How to Invest In Stocks for Beginners 2021 [FREE COURSE]

Watch the updated for 2022 how to invest in stocks course here:
https://youtu.be/cB1c2LB6_hg

Attend my daily FREE Stock Investing Webinar (I’ll teach you how to invest in stocks):
https://www.charliechang.co/investing-webinar-registration

In this FREE 1 hour long course, I’m showing you how to invest in stocks for beginners! This is a full-length, 100% free beginner’s guide that will take you step by step through investing your first $100. By the end of this video, you’ll know EXACTLY how to make money investing in the stock market.

And more importantly, I will give you the actionable steps you need to take today to start investing and letting your money grow. The wealthy tend to keep very little of their cash in a bank account – rather, it is usually invested in stocks, real estate, or other investments. This is a super important concept and will help you create substantial wealth over your lifetime.

If you found this video helpful, please consider using my links below to open your account! It doesn’t cost you anything extra and you’ll actually get free stocks for signing up 🙂

Get started investing today:

► Get up to 12 Free Stocks on WeBull when you deposit just $0.01 (valued up to $30,600): https://bit.ly/webull12stocks

^This offer expires November 30th, 2022 so get it while you can!! Make sure you invest at least $0.01 in order to get the additional free stocks, which should be worth significantly more than the first!

► Get $10 and up to 15 Free Stocks on Moomoo (valued up to $30,000): https://bit.ly/moomoo15stocks

^Also expires November 30th, 2022 so act fast!!

► Get a free stock when you open a Robinhood account and deposit any amount!:
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► Use my link and get your first $5,000 managed free with Wealthfront:
https://www.wealthfront.com/charlie

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Timeline:
0:00 – Introduction
0:22 – What topics we will cover
3:23 – My background
4:06 – Why you need to invest ASAP
7:06 – What is the stock market?
8:38 – Definition of a stock
9:41 – Types of stocks you can buy
12:03 – Risk tolerance
13:17 – Intro to the VOO ETF (a great index fund)
14:12 – Types of brokerage accounts
17:06 – How to set up a stock trading account
19:49 – Walkthrough of Robinhood
23:56 – Walkthrough of Webull
26:23 – Introduction to robo-advisors and Wealthfront
29:12 – Types of trades
30:55 – How to research stocks – we will go over key terms and examples you should know
37:45 – Walkthrough of analyzing a stock
41:23 – Timing the market
43:00 – Dollar cost averaging
43:49 – How to make money with stocks (appreciation vs dividends)
46:06 – Tax implications of investing
47:39 – Long term vs short term capital gains
49:07 – Retirement accounts
50:07 – Tax Loss Harvesting
52:13 – Warren Buffett’s principles of investing
54:02 – Value vs Momentum investing
55:44 – Why you NEED to invest early
57:53 – How much should you invest?
59:39 – Due Diligence & further research
1:01:36 – Actionable steps to take now

Thank you for watching and happy investing! If you found the video helpful, feel free to share it with a friend. And like and subscribe for more content just like this!

-Charlie

#HowToInvest #StockMarket #FreeCourse

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