No matter how much or how little money you earn, always save at least 10% of your income, then make that money work for you.
September 2021, monthly investing/saving:
0% – savings –
Acorn (I don’t use it anymore, just found better tools to invest/save)
2.7 % – saving in cash
2.7 % – stocks – Public
0% – cryptocurrency – Coinbase (holding some crypto but moved to invest to Titan)
2.7 % – investing account stocks/crypto – Titan
2.7 % – Fundrise after using it for 1 year, I found it getting more effective, I invest in it on monthly basis now.
10.8 % – total
The most common way to invest, I use the Public app, a super-easy way to manage your portfolio and see % changes, here is what stocks I actually have. Some companies pay good dividends. Personally, I think the market will crash soon
(1-12 months), 10.31.2020, 1-3 years (9.1.2021).
I use Masterworks to buy “pieces” of famous paintings.
- 25 shares of “Coup de vent“ by Claude Monet
Using Fundrise to buy pieces of real estate projects, long-term investing, moved to investing on monthly basis.
Buying USA mint products quarters, $1 dollars, etc. Coins can be a very good investment, I saw a growth of hundreds of percentages during 10-15 years for some of them. And I just like to collect them. (9.1.2021) slowed down on that, thinking about investing in gold.
I moved to keep some savings in cash, as it is always good to have it if the market crash or if I have the opportunity to invest.
Bitcoin, LTC, Ethereum, XRP, and more of my currencies of the future.