What is the min amount of shares (in terms of cost) that you would buy if you are a 2 year beginner investor? - Seedly
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Serene Toh

Asked on 14 Nov 2018

What is the min amount of shares (in terms of cost) that you would buy if you are a 2 year beginner investor?

I was really conservative for 2 years while learning how to invest. I tried to diversify my portfolio too quickly. I set aside $1K monthly to invest, & purchased shares whenever I get $2k-$3k. (Not cost effective, but this was the amount I was comfortable to lose)

So now have about 20 shares @ $2k-5k each. Will reorganise these later.

Need some advise fir future investments now I’m ready to up my game. What is the min to spend? Is it worth buying 1 share of stocks worth 1k USD each?

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Yang Teng
Yang Teng
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Updated on 14 Nov 2018

I think you should be looking at the valuation compared to price rather than just price by itself. Some companies stock worth a lot hence cost a lost, but others are just expensive.

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