Are you looking for tips on how to invest for beginners? If so, then you are in the right place as this post will give a massive list of investment tips perfect for first timers.
Investing is a big financial move.
And it can be pretty scary especially for first timers.
The day I decided to make my first investment, I wasn’t really sure what I was doing. I had my fears and reservations too.
But, what led me to consider investing my money came through constant reading and researching.
The more I got exposed to the basics of personal finance, the more I learned the principle of investing. And how it is more of a need rather than a want.
I hope this post gives you a motivation to binge read some of the investing posts I’ve made through the years.
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How to invest
Let’s begin with the important posts you need to read on how to invest. These posts are important to be read before you decide to invest.
8 Things You Should Do Before You Invest
How to Invest for Beginners in the Philippines
How To Invest Your Money for the First Time
How to Invest Your 5,000 Pesos
How to Worry-Free Invest in the Philippines
Believing These 4 Myths About INVESTING Keeps You From Growing
3 Best Investment Strategies for Beginners + A Look at How I Invest
Where To Best Invest Your Money
Investment Options You Can Try With Your Bank
Investing During Pandemic – What should you do?
Things that I realized since my First Investment
Defining Different Investment Terms
As you begin your investment journey you will be introduced with different investment terms you need to know. These terms will help you as you navigate your finances.
What is the Peso-Cost Averaging Method?
The Rule of 72: The Classic Computation every Investor Must Know
Investing in IPO for Beginners – What, Why and How
How Online Farming Works As Told By A Real Investor
Understanding Managed Funds as an Investment Vehicle in the Philippines
Infographic: Understanding Managed Funds as an Investment Vehicle in the Philippines
How to invest in different investment vehicles
There are a number of investment vehicles available for you to invest. It’s important to know the different investment options for beginners. Find out which below best suits you and the type of investor you are.
Are You Ready to Ride? Here are the Investment Vehicles You Ought to Know
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) for Beginners
Retail Treasury Bonds – What, Why and How
Intro to Feeder Funds – How To Easily Invest in US Stocks in the Philippines
The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide on Index Funds in the Philippines
SSS Flexi Fund, Real Estate, Stock Market and More – Best Investments for OFWs
ETF, Index Fund and PERA: Best Investment for Retirement Philippines
How To Invest in FarmOn : A Step by Step Guide
Reviewing Different Investments in the Philippines
Over the years that I’ve been blogging on the topic of personal finance, there are a number of investment options that I’ve managed to introduce to you. Check out the investment ideas in the blog posts below!
Cropital, PhilCrowd and FarmOn : Best Alternative Investment Philippines
GCash Invest Money Review | Making Investing Simple!
St. Peter Life Plan: Is it Worth the Investment?
Security Bank’s UITF First Impression
BPI Investment Funds First Impression – SavingsPinay
Philequity Dividend Yield Fund First Impression From Geli
Soldivo Mutual Funds First Impression
Soldivo Mutual Funds First Impression
BDO Easy Investment Plan First Impression
How to invest in stock market
Investing in stocks can be scary, confusing and complicated especially if you are just starting to learn it. With the investment tips in the blog posts below, you’ll realize that it’s actually easy to invest in the stock market. From step-by-step procedure on how to open your brokerage account to my own experience investing in the Philippine stock market, you’ll learn something new from the posts below.
Stock Investing 101 | The Frequently Asked Questions About Stocks
Why You Should Invest in the Stock Market Even If…
I’m Finally Investing in Stocks
How To Open a First Metro Sec Online Stock Trading Account
FAMI or COL Financial – Which Broker Should You Choose?
How This 24-Year Old Marino Started Investing in Stocks
My First Six Months Investing in Philippine Stock Market
How to invest in Mutual Fund
Mutual Fund is one of the investment vehicles that’s perfect for beginners and first time investors. The starting capital needed is between Php 1000 to Php 10,000 depending on where you will invest. To learn more on what mutual fund is, how it works, and how you can earn from this investment read the posts below.
Investing in Mutual Fund for Beginners | The Complete Guide
Best Mutual Funds in the Philippines – 2020 Update
7 Advantages of Mutual Fund for Beginners
Mutual Fund: Ano, Sino, Saan, Kailan, Bakit at Paano?
Gabay sa Tamang Pagpili ng Mutual Fund – SavingsPinay
5 Bagay na Dapat Mong Malaman Tungkol Sa Mutual Fund </b>
Kaya Mong Yumaman sa Mutual Fund
How to Compute Your Mutual Fund Earnings
How to invest in FAMI mutual fund
It’s no secret that my very first investment is a mutual fund in First Metro Asset Management Inc. (FAMI). At 19, I used my last paycheck to make my very first investment. It was an impulsive move but something I will never regret. It’s also the investment that started my blogging journey. Here are some of the posts I made about it and how it works.
How does FAMI Mutual Fund work?
How I Opened My FAMI Mutual Fund Account
How to Top-Up Your FAMI Investments in Metrobank Direct
How to Enroll Your FAMI Mutual Fund Account in Metrobank Direct
Update on My FAMI Investment – 2014
Update on My FAMI Investment – 2016
Investment Questions Answered
Reader Question : Which is better? Savings Account, Mutual Fund, or UITF?
Reader Question: I’m 18 years old and want to learn how to invest my money
Reader Question | Where Should I Invest My Money?
Reader Question : How to Avail a St. Peter Life Plan?
Final Notes from SavingsPinay
Do you have post requests or questions about investing? You can drop them in the comment section below or better yet send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.