Why Should You Invest In Stocks?

Why should you invest in Stocks?

A better question would be why NOT invest in Stocks?

Seriously… I can’t think of a single reason.

Well, other than my hair going grey in my thirties.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re trading Forex, Stocks, Futures, Commodities, Metal or NBA collector cards, we are all trading to make MONEY.

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Historically, the stock markets have been providing generous returns for traders and investors around the world.

However, let’s be real, of course, it is not all unicorns and rainbows, or in trading terms, it’s not all pips and pennies.

Like any investment, the stock market also comes with risks, presenting investors with various challenges.

So cutting to the chase, is the stock market worth the risk?


Investing in Stocks is not as complex as you’d think…

Owning Stocks in different companies can be beneficial for your finances in numerous different ways.

I could sit and type here all day to tell you how it’s helped me but we’d be here all day and well, you’d get bored.

This is not about me, it’s about YOU.

So let’s take a look at the 5 major benefits everyone is talking about when it comes to investing in stocks.

  • It can help you build your savings and earn regular passive income.
  • It protects your money from inflation and taxes.
  • It maximiSes income from your investments. 
  • It allows you to stay ahead of inflation.
  • It offers you the possibility to take advantage of a growing economy.

Now, all of that sounds great, right?
Let’s dig deeper and explore some of these in more detail.

Investing Is The Best Way To Beat Inflation


Historically, stocks have generated an annual return of 10%.

Now, that’s way better than the annual inflation rate.

Equity investments provide investors with better tax treatment over the long period, which allows them to stay ahead of inflation and can help slow or prevent the negative effects of both taxes and inflation.

Investing Is More Affordable Than You Think


Investing in stocks is a well-worn path to making your money work.

And the best part? You don’t even need a huge capital to get started.

You can literally start off by investing a couple of dollars.

Investing in stocks is virtually a painless way to use your earnings in the service of your future.

So skip that avocado latte one day and invest in a Stock instead!

And if it works out, you can buy me a coffee when we’re in town!

Stocks Are Easy To Buy

True that.

As they say, we live in the future now.

You don’t need to brush your hair, put a fancy suit on, or even leave your bed if you want to invest in stocks.

You can literally do it from the comfort of your own home.

Everything you need, you can find online.

Simple as that.

Stocks Are Easy To Sell

Yup, that’s true as well!

You can sell your Stock at ANY time.

You can turn your shares into cash quickly.

No hassle, no games and low transaction costs.

That’s super important and exactly what you want if you suddenly need money in a hurry!

You Don’t Have To Be a Genius To Invest In Stocks

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist, math whiz, rich, or George Soros to invest in stocks.

Sure, a seasoned investor might have an advantage over you but it’s NOT a competition.

All you need is to invest some time into learning about stocks (you’re in the right place), do some research on the companies you are considering investing in and set some money aside to invest.

You’ve got this!

Take your time. There’s no rush.

There is no need to rush and invest in the Stock market straight away.

As tempting as it is….

There ALWAYS have been opportunities and there ALWAYS will be.

Take your time to educate yourself, do your homework, set realistic goals and expectations, and get ready to conquer the market!

And before you set off and click Next, let us know why you want to get into stocks in the comments below.

Is it to make money? Is it due to its popularity? Is it to fill up your time? Whatever it is, we are looking forward to reading your responses.