HOW TO LIVE OFF INVESTMENTS & DIVIDENDS – Investing for Income and Financial Independence
Investing in the Stock market can be tricky or overwhelming, but is there actually a way you can become financially secure and even create a passive income from investing through dividends or growth portfolios?
How much do you need to invest per month OR have invested in total to live off the income/interest every year?
In this video I answer those common questions on how to invest for long term income.
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**DISCLAIMER – When you invest your capital is at risk, that means you might not get back what you invest initially. This blog post is meant for educational purposes only and does not act as personal finance advice. Always speak to a Financial Advisor or specialist if you are unsure of your money & financial choices before making any decisions.
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