Asked on 06 Apr 2019
30% - 50% for now, but only if you already set out your emergency funds and insurance covered.
Remember to always have a safety net before investing.
As much as humanly possibly, after deducting necessary expenses such as food, transportation, utilities, insurance etc. Investing early helps, but with a larger amount of contribution, then compounding effect can have some meaningful impact
20-60%? It really depends how low your expenses can be.
After setting aside your 6 months emergency expense, I'd invest everything on top of that.
I'll keep cash for any short term requirements that need to be paid within a year though.