If you don’t know what a cryptocurrency is or how mining works; if you want to learn more about Bitcoin, what Pi Network is, and the kind of profits and risks that come with investing in cryptocurrencies, then this is the article to read.
Disclaimer: I’m an engineer, not a financial advisor or a trading expert, nor am I holding myself out to be. Thank you.
I am going to be bluntly honest here and say that this was not an easy topic to research and study. Maybe because it has been a while since I did some comprehensive reading on a topic I’m not familiar with (given this is my first article this year), or perhaps because it is indeed a bit of a complex topic.
Either way, I hope that in this article I would have managed to make it simpler and easier to understand for those who have absolutely no idea what a cryptocurrency is and how it works.
If you think you must have a lot of money before you can start investing to generate passive income, think again, because in this post you will find 5 different methods through which you can invest your money with amounts as little as $0!
Many people hope they could start investing money, to be able to secure their future and create a better life for themselves and their families. But many people also assume that in order to be able to start investing and create a passive income source for themselves, they need to have a lot of money first, and this is where they are wrong.
If you really want to start investing and create some passive income sources for yourself, you can start investing right this second. Even if you have $0 in your bank account.
If you have no clue what an index fund is or how to invest in one, in this post, I answer 7 questions that briefly cover all you need to know to start investing.
Let me begin by saying that investing in the stock market is one of the topics I have been avoiding to get into (there’s a list of them) because of how intimidating it felt. I had absolutely no clue what to do with this and every time I try to read about it, I get a headache!
However, eventually, I reached a dead end because I couldn’t find another topic for this week. And I figured I’ll have to get into this eventually if I wanted to properly create a diversified investment portfolio.
If you look at any established investor, you will find that they have to have money in the stock market, one way or another.