facebookHi, I'm a uni student who just started investing using robo advisors for 6 months now. I'm looking to invest in stocks by myself, should I start with exploring the local market or foreign (US)? - Seedly

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Anonymous

22 Jun 2021

General Investing

Hi, I'm a uni student who just started investing using robo advisors for 6 months now. I'm looking to invest in stocks by myself, should I start with exploring the local market or foreign (US)?

I'm basically looking for other possible "pathways" to grow and put my money to work, more towards long term gains. If there are other ways to do so, I will be interested to hear your suggestions!

Discussion (7)

What are your thoughts?

Just a low expense ratio etf that tracks the S&P500 will do.

  • Keep reading mate. Understand the fundamentals and the factors affecting the market in general, the industry and the specific stocks you're looking at.

  • Don't follow the crowd - once you hear about it, everybody is already in and could be looking to sell to the next chump.

  • Don't go broke - no all-ins please.

Suggest exploring in US market bcos local market do not have much growth stock if we compare with US...

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