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I have no clue on stocks but just curious on how many people are into it. Please provide details like at what age you started to invest in stocks, percentage of salary you dedicate, how much you made/lost.

Any interesting stories to share?

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I started investing right after I started working in my first job after grad school...so at the age of 24...ippatiki around 18 months ayyindi roughly since I started investing.....currently, I invest 70-80% of my savings (after tax cuts, rent, loan payments and monthly expenses)....Aa 80% lo, I max out my Roth IRA first and rest I put in my individual brokerage account.

Coming to individual brokerage accounts, I mainly invest in stocks and index funds..I don't do options that much (options in general more risky than individual stocks, especially shorting stocks)..so far, I have only touched options couple of times. Maybe future lo after 3-4 years, I will start doing options more once after I have much better understanding of market but initial stage lo it's better to do mainly stocks, Index Funds.

My suggestion for any beginner is to start with Index Funds, something like an Index Fund which tracks S&P500 Index. It's safe and always is profitable in long term. Also, start as early as possible. So far, I have had around 35-40% returns (last 1-2 months have helped...during the market crash in Feb/March, I did have like -5% returns)...I don't do much day trading...I usually invest in companies which I believe in long term. So, I don't worry much about short term fluctuations.
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recent ga invest cheytam start chesa .. oka 4k petti shares konna, andulo 2 tesla shares unnayi avi matram baaga adaragottayi migitayi decent.

only if i might have bought 70 tesla shares in march when its around 250 .. ah returns tho would have bought a real tesla.
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Started investing at age of 17... initially I started more for research and understanding than to making money

I am big fan of buffet and value investing

Presently have some positions in stocks that I am looking in long run

But as of now I was never In losses bad bets chesina kuda I was able to get out with out profits using various techniques like averaging and understanding business cycles and domain
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Originally Posted by Trequartista
I started investing right after I started working in my first job after grad school...so at the age of 24...ippatiki around 18 months ayyindi roughly since I started investing.....currently, I invest 70-80% of my savings (after tax cuts, rent, loan payments and monthly expenses)....Aa 80% lo, I max out my Roth IRA first and rest I put in my individual brokerage account.

Coming to individual brokerage accounts, I mainly invest in stocks and index funds..I don't do options that much (options in general more risky than individual stocks, especially shorting stocks)..so far, I have only touched options couple of times. Maybe future lo after 3-4 years, I will start doing options more once after I have much better understanding of market but initial stage lo it's better to do mainly stocks, Index Funds.

My suggestion for any beginner is to start with Index Funds, something like an Index Fund which tracks S&P500 Index. It's safe and always is profitable in long term. Also, start as early as possible. So far, I have had around 35-40% returns (last 1-2 months have helped...during the market crash in Feb/March, I did have like -5% returns)...I don't do much day trading...I usually invest in companies which I believe in long term. So, I don't worry much about short term fluctuations.
Good Post. Recent gane invest cheyyadam start chesa. I don't have much idea on the stock market. Looks like Index funds will do for me.
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i never invested stocks on regular basic ... 365 days ... i am a seasoned stock trader, selective seasons only ... market unpredictable ga unnappudu okka paisa pettanu ... initial ga 20s lo undaga chala poindhi ... konni stocks delist aipoyayi konni MFs negatives loki velli poyayi, after fund management charges .. 

then i started planning nicely using tools .. tracking stop losses .. setting up goals for stocks, price alerts etc., stocks to watch, stocks bought, stocks disposed ila multiple buckets lo track chyetam begin chesaka .. efficacy really improved

entha sampayinchanu ani cheppalenu ... there is no such tracking .. profits reinvest in gold/plots etc., losses add to experience and lessons learnt ... 

but baga gurthu undi poindhi mathram... satyam ... stock 8rs ki padi poina rojuna .. insider news vachindhi support will be there they wont kill satyama ni .. 12 rupees ki konna .. 35-40 rupees ki amma ... few weeks gap lo ... it paid for my new car
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Stocks ante 🙄 ? Ane na lanti batch evariena unnara 😛
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Stocks ante 🙄 ? Ane na lanti batch evariena unnara 😛

Nenu unna ga Kangaru beda 😁
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Need to do bit deep analysis to get bit consistent profits
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Tq.. endho e software uncles gola 😛😝


Nuvvu hardware aa ?
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Tq.. endho e software uncles gola 😛😝



I dont know what is ur age?

But financial education beats every other education... u will realise its importance when u are growing old...


U dont need to invest in stocks only....start SIP at early age 5k or 10k per month.. u will see crores at the retirement age...

Let say ur 25... u invest 10k everymonth in SIP for next 25 years ....u will earn 1.25crs at 10% interest rate..
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i never invested stocks on regular basic ... 365 days ... i am a seasoned stock trader, selective seasons only ... market unpredictable ga unnappudu okka paisa pettanu ... initial ga 20s lo undaga chala poindhi ... konni stocks delist aipoyayi konni MFs negatives loki velli poyayi, after fund management charges .. 

then i started planning nicely using tools .. tracking stop losses .. setting up goals for stocks, price alerts etc., stocks to watch, stocks bought, stocks disposed ila multiple buckets lo track chyetam begin chesaka .. efficacy really improved

entha sampayinchanu ani cheppalenu ... there is no such tracking .. profits reinvest in gold/plots etc., losses add to experience and lessons learnt ... 

but baga gurthu undi poindhi mathram... satyam ... stock 8rs ki padi poina rojuna .. insider news vachindhi support will be there they wont kill satyama ni .. 12 rupees ki konna .. 35-40 rupees ki amma ... few weeks gap lo ... it paid for my new car
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