By Floyd Saunders, The Author of Five Paths To Wealth, Family Financial Freedom and Figuring Out Wall Street. Some of your biggest questions as you start your investing journey are: How should I start investing? With a lump sum, or use dollar-cost averaging? When to make your investments. Should you buy when the market is at all-time high levels? Should you buy only after a market correction, when stocks dip at least 10% from a 52-week high? One popular solution to this dilem
By Floyd Saunders, The Author of Five Paths To Wealth, Family Financial Freedom and Figuring Out Wall Street. When I worked for Wall Street investment banks, friends would frequently ask me for stock tips, thinking I might have inside information they could trade on. I didn’t. For my investments, I actually stayed with broad Index funds, because I had to report my holding regularly to an internal review committee to make sure I wasn’t investing based on insider information.