I am prone to rambling so bear with me.
As a young 23 year old who has only just started their investing journey ( About 1 year in). Just last year I started a job in a new career path, I’m now working in a warehouse and doing a diploma of logistics which has enabled me to start saving and investing.
I’ve always enjoyed understanding businesses and how they work. However been so new to shares there is lots I still don’t know and need to learn but that’s the joy of it right.
Since Strawman has lots of members all of who are probably older than me and have been investing for much longer. I thought it would be good to hear about people’s first 5 years of investing ( not a set time just thought that was a decent amount of time for returns to really show true). Anything from their experience, tips, tricks, books to read, podcasts to listen to ( already listen to motley fool money and the good oil) and how they do valuations. I do find valuations tricky of course there is no one right way, but do wonder what is a good way for small cap company’s or company’s that don’t have a sales yet.
I only run a small portfolio right now but I am saving well and adding to it often. I think investing into my knowledge/ learning is definitely the best thing I can do for the long term.
If there is anything people think I have missed or should be asking please don’t hesitate to point it out. Thanks.