A working professional has limited time and while everyone wants to get rich, investing for wealth creation takes time. So how does a busy professional take money from their salary and invest?
Well, the first step is accepting that you have neither the time nor the knowledge to make an informed investment decision. So you’ll need someone who does – perhaps a wealth coach. More importantly, you must remember not to blow your savings by investing in something you don’t completely understand.
That said, anyone can get rich by investing wisely. So, let’s get some of that simple wealth wisdom into our nervous system.
You need two primary things to start growing your wealth and become rich: A) A high-interest savings account B) Small but regular investments
So, how do you start investing money wisely without spending too much time on it? Well for that we must look at an average working professionals strengths and weaknesses.You will find that you can mostly align yourselves with these. If you don’t, you can consult a Cube Wealth Coach for free and get more specific advice right away.
Strengths of a Working Professional
You earn a steady income
You have mostly fixed expenses
You can control frivolous expenditure
You can set aside money regularly
Weaknesses of a Working Professional
You don’t have the time to invest
You can’t keep track of the markets
You don’t know where to invest
You don’t know how to invest
You need liquidity for emergencies
That said, the good news is your opportunities are boundless from mutual funds to share, gold, property & more. So, now let’s understand what investment is right for you.
What Investment Is Best For You?
How to Start Investing Money?
Get Professional Wealth Advice
Understand Your Investment Needs
You must identify your risk profile and set up a time horizon for your investments. Are you aggressive and willing to risk loss for higher returns? Are you super conservative and want moderate but safer returns? This coupled with whether you’re in it for a short span or the long haul are questions you must answer for yourself.
Invest in Mutual Funds Using SIPs (Systematic Investment Plans)
A SIP offers you the freedom to start small and allows you to liquidate assets if there is an emergency. Start smart with say 10% – 15% of your monthly income. Then as you gain comfort and understand things better, you can increase your investment.
Think Automation & Diversification
Next, you should look at a good wealth management app. We, of course, recommend Cube Wealth as it can help you find the right portfolio using not just a mutual fund but multiple assets. You can set monthly automation and forget about investing woes. Try The Cube App here.
Cube gives you access to the world’s best Wealth Coaches, Investment advisors and automates the whole investment process.