SAVING vs INVESTING – Which one is BEST for me RIGHT NOW?
It is the age old question – when is it best to save and when should you be investing?
Is it based on particular goals or when you hit certain milestones with your money? In this video I break down when you should be investing and when you are best to focus on saving overall.
Any advice given in on my channel and videos is for information purposes only, and does not act as financial advice. Your financial decisions are your full responsibility, and if you are in any doubt, please contact a Finance adviser before undertaking any investment with your money or change to your financial activities.
Invest using Etoro – https://mamafurfur.com/etoro
71% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money
Invest using Trading212 – https://mamafurfur.com/trading212 (and watch my video to receive a FREE SHARE with £1 invested)
**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.
I’ve also launched a new course if you are looking for more background into investing here so please check this out if you wish to invest or develop your knowledge of the stock market further:
Be sure to check out a few more of my money making and job related videos here:
Enjoy this video?
Why not check out these other blog posts on similar topics:
TAGS:saving vs investing,how to save money,investing,saving,saving for beginners,investing for beginners uk,stock market for beginners,when is best to save,how to start investing uk,how to save money fast,how to save money easily uk,debt free uk,debt free community,mamafurfur,should i invest in the stock market,should i save money now,saving cash vs income,saving cash vs investing,what to do with extra money