Shares prices and the market as a whole move up and down all the time. Anything from a new

product launch to recent media coverage, or even a politician’s tweet, can change how people

feel about a company. As people’s long-term views change, they may buy or sell shares, which in

turn may change a company’s share price.

Why Shares Prices Move


Long-term investors don’t get caught up in the day to day movement of the market. When you

see prices move, it’s a great opportunity to see what news may be impacting a particular company

or the market as a whole. As you learn more over time, you can continue to re-evaluate your

long-term view of a company.

The reason for Shares investments


✓  The reason for so they can make returns on their money.

✓  Investing is a great way to save for a down payment on a house, a dream vacation, or retirement.

✓  Investing also lets you get involved in companies and industries you’re passionate about.

✓  Follow your passion if you can’t live without coffee you may invest in Starbucks.

✓  If you’re excited about technology, you may invest in Apple or Vanguard Information Technology,

a technology-industry fund (ETF).

The strategy


✓  Don’t wait to invest.

✓  Getting started with a small amount of money is better than not investing at all.

✓  Over the last 50 years, the shares market has averaged a 10% return. With $250 invested today,

and a 10% return, you'd have about $260 in ten years.

✓  Past performance of the shares market doesn’t guarantee it will continue to perform this way in the future.

The amount to invest


✓  There is no hard and fast rule of how much you should invest in shares.

✓  A good goal is to invest 5%-10% of your monthly income

✓  Your investing strategy should take into account your current financial situation, your financial goals,

your timeline, and your risk tolerance.

✓  The younger you are, and the longer you expect to be investing

✓  The more you can focus your portfolio on long-term gains, and the less you have to worry about short-term risk.

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