5 Replies to “what can be the best investment policy for a beginner?”

  1. Very simple ones.

    Mutual funds or ETFs, you can go even more simple with a retirement fund that balances your portfolio with stocks vs. bonds as you age for you.

    Dollar cost averaging.

    Depositing x percent of your income every x period

    Beginning with a tax-deferred retirement fund, if you qualify (IRAs, 401s, Roths)


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