7 Tips For How To Invest, When You Literally Know Nothing About Investing
By Sarah Fielding
“I know that it can be kind of daunting to think about retirement when you’re 25, for example,” Chrissy Celaya, CFP® a Financial Planning Expert and CFP Supervisor at Betterment, tells Bustle. “But just being able to assess it on an ongoing basis, and that can be once a year even. You can make sure that as you evolve and your goals change, that your plan also follows along with that.”
So ready to get started? Here’s Celaya’s best advice for first-time investors.