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The 11 Worst Mistakes First-Time Investors Make

By Lambeth Hochwald

People who start to invest earlier in life are not only taking proactive steps toward a stable future, but also cashing in on time, which is investing’s best friend, says Nick Holeman, a certified financial planner at Betterment, an online financial advisory firm. “The younger you start investing, the more you can reap the benefits of compounding and long-term market gains,” he says.

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This article originally published June 13th, 2018 on Reader's Digest


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