Investing For Beginners — How To Become A Great Stock Market Investor
On this week’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott welcome self-taught investor and the co-host of the Investing for Beginners Podcast, Andrew Sather to the show.
Andrew Sather has been a self-taught investor since 2012. His investment journey began when he first acquired an internship opportunity at a college and met his mentor who taught him everything he needed to know about personal finance and the stock market.
Andrew is also the publisher of einvestingforbeginners.com and the daily email newsletter, The Sather Research eLetter. He is the co-host of The Investing for Beginners Podcast, which boasts over 1.5 million total downloads. Andrew specializes in identifying value traps and avoiding stock market bankruptcies.
Listen in as they discuss:
- Andrew’s journey to becoming an investor
- Advice for new investors
- Steps a new investor should take to begin investing
- The worst advice seen or heard given in getting started with stock market investing
- What you need to become a great stock market investor
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: My tip of the week is to learn how to start getting involved with the stock market and listen to the podcast, you can go to Investing for Beginners Podcast or einvestingforbeginners.com.
Scott: Sometimes you have a picture and you just want to get the background out of it, so check out photoroom.com, they have a background remover tool. You upload the picture and with AI it makes the background go away. No need to photoshop, AI can do it for you.
Andrew: I’ve been listening to this book called, The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel, it’s fascinating and really unique. There are so many takeaways, but one of them is just an idea like, “Depending on what generation you’re born in, you have a completely different outlook on money, not to mention what country you’re born into.”
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