“Hey ‘friend,’ can I borrow a couple thousand? I ‘promise’ to pay you back next week.” Do you find it hard to say no? Do you let people abuse you financially? Do you keep letting people borrow money from you even when you know they never pay you back? I’ve had to watch my own mother suffer through that during the early years of my life so when I saw Chinkee Tan’s video, I just HAD to write about it. Never let people take advantage of your kindness.
Kahit nakagawa na ako ng budget plan dati (Your Wealthy Mind Savings and Budget Plan), naisip ko na medyo mahirap iyon lalo na para sa mga nagsisimula pa lamang mag-alaga ng kanilang finances. Ang guide na ito ay para sa mga baguhan at ituturo nito kung paano mag-budget at mag-invest para magpayaman.
Paano nakakapagpabago ng buhay at nakapagbibigay ng napakaraming oportunidad ang isang simpleng budget plan? Basahin mo muna ito at matututunan mo kung paano. (Isang clue nga pala yun!)
Although I’ve made a budget plan before (Your Wealthy Mind Savings and Budget Plan), I thought that it might be a bit too difficult for those who just started taking care of their finances. This guide is intended for beginners and it will teach you how to budget and invest for wealth creation.
How can a mere budget plan that you can read in 15 minutes potentially change your life and bring you endless opportunities? Keep reading and you might just learn how. (That sentence was a clue by the way!)
Matapos pag-aralan at sundan ang mga tuntunin ng napakaraming personal finance at investment books gaya ng “The Millionaire Next Door,” “The Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio,” “The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing,” at iba pa, may iilang tuntuning paulit-ulit na lumilitaw dahil sa halaga nila. Kung ikaw ay baguhan pa lamang, ito ang sampung tuntunin na kailangan mong malaman tungkol sa kung paano mag invest sa stocks:
1. Mag-Aral Muna
Sabi ni Warren Buffett, ang isa sa pinakamayamang bilyonaryo ngayong 21st century, ang “risk o panganib ay nagmumula sa kamangmangan.” Libro man, seminar, blog articles, o kahit ano pa, kailangan pag-aralan mong mabuti ang mga investment guides bago ka magsimula. Kung hindi, malamang mawawala ang pera mo sa mga “investments” na nalulugi, at madali ka ring maloloko ng iba.
Sabi nga ni Jim Rohn, “Ang pormal na edukasyon ay magbibigay sa iyo ng pangkabuhayan; ang sarili pag-aaral o self-education ang magpapayaman sa iyo.” Kapag nag-aral ka ng kusa mo, malamang matututunan mo ang mga susunod na tuntunin (at marami ka pang ibang mas-mahalaga at mas-advanced na lessons na matututunan).
After reading and following the advice of so many personal finance and investment books like “The Millionaire Next Door,” “The Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio,” “The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing,” and several others, there are several lessons that come up again and again due to their importance. If you’re a beginner and you want to learn how to invest in stocks, then these are the 10 crucial lessons that you need to know:
1. STUDY FIRST
Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest billionaires of the 21st century, said that “risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” Whether it’s from books, seminars, blog articles, or anything else, you must read and learn from the best investing guides out there. If you don’t you will likely waste money on “investments” that are doomed to fail, and you will also be VERY easy to scam.
Like what Jim Rohn said: “Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.” If you start properly educating yourself, you will most likely learn the next nine lessons on your own (and you will also learn several more valuable and advanced lessons as well).