You have a crisp, new one hundred-dollar bill in your wallet.
Listen up. Just because you don’t have much money to invest doesn’t mean you shouldn’t invest it.
Want to know the most difficult part of investing? Starting.
You read that right!
Just starting is rather difficult, and once you accomplish that challenge, investing going forward is pretty easy.
For those of you who are discouraged because you only have a little bit of money to invest – don’t fret!
One hundred dollars is a great way to get your foot in the door and start a habit of investing that could very well lead to a bountiful harvest down the road.
I’ll tell you from the start that it isn’t easy to find ways to invest just $100. Many brokers have account minimums.
Additionally, sometimes you might find yourself being charged, for example, a $50 annual fee which can cut your account in half. That makes no sense.
However, there are a few ways you can invest $100 dollars and have it be worth your time and effort. I’ll show you how.
I also invited a plethora of other financial experts to lend their advice for this article. You’ll get a big helping of financial advice along with some unique ideas I didn’t even have in mind. Really, these guys are smart and creative – pay attention to what they have to say!
Let’s start things off by looking at a few investments you shouldn’t put your money into – they’re sneaky and dangerous!