From where to start investing?

Yes. Most new traders jump in for the "big money" in a "short time". Many quit once they realize the path is long and full of roadblocks.
Well said. Trading isn't everyone's cup of tea. One needs to put in a lot of hard work and devotion to time to have a consistent favourable experience.
  • Keep learning from your mentors.
  • It’s better to start with a demo account. It will give you better insight of real world trading with no real money risks.
  • Never jump directly into trading without knowledge and without proper guidance.
  • Make your trading strategies and plan and test your strategies before investing.
  • Keep your eyes on the market and follow consistently to understand the market.
Investment starts with the proper money management. You can start with less risky investments such as investments in stocks of bluechip companies and mutual funds.
I would start investing from saving the money and making a financial cushion. Many people ignore the importance of this step, but they are absolutely wrong. Before investing, you should make sure that if something terrible happens in your life, you will be able to cover the extra expenses or absense of income without withdrawing the money from your investing account. Firstly, you should feel financiallt safe and only after it can you invest.
Technically, all ypu've got to do is just to find the broker and make an investing account. I would also recommend you to read Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. This book is a nice introduction to the world of investing. It will give you lots of useful information concerning balanced portfolio. Surely, it is not a page-turned and you'll have to demonstrate some patience, but it is definetely worth it.

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