Day 26 of BiG’s 30 Day Bucket List Investing Challenge
Time to invest – just do it.
If you’ve got a handle on these 3 important money and investing fundamentals we’ve already covered in the Challenge:
Managing your money and having your finances sorted
If you’ve still got some money things to work on – take a look at the resources in Challenge Day 2 and throughout BiG.
Understanding the best investing options for you
If you aren’t sure yet of what you want to buy, or how – Days 3-5 especially will help. You might want to do more research and take advantage of any end of financial year or other ‘special offers’ for investing products or services throughout the investment industry.
Look out for any deals or offers I come across on BiG and on BiG’s Facebook Page.
Getting professional advice from financial planners or other experts
Days 9-19 go through the types of advisers and if you’re going to use them, how to choose them
Then, you’re ready to buy shares, into a fund, an investment property or other investment.
Take a look in BiG Directory Ancillary investment services and Directories/Comparison/Rating/’Find’ sites and providers to learn:
- How you buy investments
- Who can help you buy them or buy them for you, such as:
- Financial planners
- Property investment advisers
- Real estate agents
- Buyer’s agents
Whether it’s the real estate pages with your 20 Must Ask Questions for Property Investors and Margaret Lomas, or anywhere else, with anyone else.
I hope that all the guides, tools and tips I’ve given you in BiG make your shopping more successful for you, than perhaps in the past.
Love to get your feedback – email or leave a comment.
I’d also be delighted if you find BiG and my work helpful, and share it with friends, family and others who want to build on their investments.
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All the very best with your life, money and investing.
Where to next:
Enjoy Days 27-28, it’s the weekend (maybe it isn’t for you, but take two rest days anyway) – reviewing or reflecting.
Day 29 BiG30Day Investing Challenge – Haven’t Started Investing Yet? Maybe You’re Dreamin’?
Day 30 Finale! BiG 30Day Investing Challenge – Investing BiG Regrets | Investing B.S. | Investing Boot Camps
What we’ve covered so far in BiG’s 30 Day Investing Challenge::
Day 1 – Take over your life, before it overtakes you
Day 2 – Where the Bloody Hell Are You?! Assessing your current financial situation
Day 3 – The Lazy Investor’s Way to Set Goals
Day 4 – Spoilt for Choice! The Many Types of Investments and Strategies Available to You – the Investor!
Day 5 – Who Can You Turn to for Investing Help? People and ‘Players’ in the Investment Industry
Days 6 – 8 Rest, Review and Reflect
Day 9 – How to choose a financial adviser and advice you can trust. Part 1 – Financial planners
Day 10 – Part 2 – Rate the Raters! Investing Rating sites, Top 10 …, Best …
Day 11 – Part 3 – The Investing Information Tsunami!Media, Books, Magazines, Websites, Blogs, Podcasts, Webinars …
Day 12 – Part 4 – Less Regulated Advisers – Analysts, Commentators and Gurus
Days 13 – 14 Rest, Review and Reflect
Day 15 – Part 5 – Less Regulated Advisers – Gurus
Day 16 – Who are the best investment gurus? Part 1| Avoid some Gurus
Day 17 – Part 2| Find a Guru
Day 18 – Part 3| Rate a Guru
Day 19 – Part 4| Choose a Guru
Days 20 – 21 – Rest, Review and Reflect
Day 22 – Time to invest – just do it! Step 1 Use Neuroscience and Psychology – Investing Hope to Reality
Day 23 – Step 2 Choose your investing team – or DIY Investing
Day 24 – Step 3 Be a smarter, more intelligent investor
Day 25 – BiG 30Day Investing Challenge | Time to invest – just do it! Step 4 Build your own investing plan and strategy
Get your own independent financial advice tailored to your specific needs before taking any financial or investing action.
Conduct your own independent research on ‘gurus’ or other experts. Any hyperlinks to or quotes from any third parties are provided for reference only, their comments or opinions aren’t endorsed, adopted, or otherwise approved by BiG.
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