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Golden Rules of Investing

Investing to achieve financial freedom is simple when you follow these simple rules. We’ll discuss why it makes sense to start investing right now, no matter how much you’re earning. Why picking stocks should not be your priority, and why you should mostly avoid it. How a diversified portfolio will prepare you for any financial climate. And why keeping costs low and automating your investments are essential for long-term wealth growth.

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Financial freedom is the state of having enough wealth to live on without having to work for a living. This typically means having enough passive income or investments to cover all of your living expenses, so that you can live comfortably and not have to worry about money. Financial freedom is not the same as being wealthy, but it can provide a similar level of security and peace of mind. It's important to remember that financial freedom is a personal concept, and what it means to you may be different from what it means to someone else. For some people, financial freedom may mean having the ability to retire early, while for others it may mean being able to pursue their passions and hobbies without worrying about money.

The earlier you start investing, the more time your money has to grow through compound interest. This means that you can potentially earn a higher return on your investments over the long term. It’s also advisable to not pick stocks. Picking stocks is difficult because the stock market is complex and unpredictable. There are many factors that can affect the performance of a company and its stock, such as changes in the economy, competition, and market trends. Long-term SIPs almost always give better returns than picked stocks in the long run. Diversifying your investment portfolio is important too. It means investing in a variety of different assets, such as stocks, bonds, and real estate, in order to spread out your risk and increase your chances of achieving your financial goals. This is important because it can help to protect your investments from the potential volatility of any one particular asset or market. Finally it’s important to keep your transaction fees and taxation low by investing in tax-saving instruments and automating your investments with Systematic Investment Plans or SIPs.

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