Investment Guides

Investment Guides

Have you considered a passive income from your stock and shares portfolio?

Do you know when you want to retire? Retirement means spending the weekday 8am-5pm time with family and working on projects you are passionate about. My passion are marathons, research and videography. To do these activities when I am 55 years old may be too late as my body (specifically my lower back) may be past its prime. 

Stocks and Shares investment is one of the easiest passive income generator available today. Yes, there is a possible risk of losing the entire capital however the level of risk can be lowered or mitigated by comprehending the basic fundamentals. We have experienced multiple market crash over the last century. These valuable lessons provides sufficient data and experience to help build a more robust portfolio. Living in the age of internet, we can deal investment from the comfort of our own home without visiting the bank and listening to bank advisor delivering advise which they do not believe themselves. Please follow my journey where I would share tips and advice on how you can start your passive income stocks and shares portfolio.

The ultimate goal is to help my readers achieve their own automatic passive income stocks and shares portfolio

Please read the following few rules carefully and re-read them search and every time before you action/invest your savings.

3 Check Box Before Considering Investment

  • Make sure you already have an Emergency Savings Funds.
  • Make sure you understand the Risks involving Investment. Yes you could potentially lose everything.
  • Stocks Investment are long term and not get a rich quick scheme.

How can passive income help early retirement?

If you can save up to £1.5 million before 40. You can actually generate a generous 5% yearly dividend which pays you £6,250 a month before tax. An investment banker in London worked hard for 8 years, saved £2m and retired by 35 cause her automatic investment income portfolio is generating more cash than her professional salary. Post-retirement, she spends her free time to work on her passion like photography and blogging which also generates additional income.

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