The concept of investing is not a new one. It is said it originated in Amsterdam in the 1600s but there is also evidence that it originated from the 'Code of Hammurabi' all the way back in 1700 BC. However, the framework for investing has been constantly evolving and its necessity is ever more important in the modern world.
Here we will be covering how you, as students, can learn the basic concepts of investing to make your financial future a little bit more secure and your wallets a little heavier.
Risk is just one of the basic concepts for students to know before getting into investing. While all levels of risk have multiple methods of investing than the few we mentioned, identifying where you fall among these levels are crucial to step into the world of investing.
Remember that it is always better to step into investing than to never step in at all. Take risks and get your money to work for you early before you start working for your money.