You worry constantly about money even as you work toward your goals. Do I have enough? How long do I have to save for? What can I do to make more money? Whatever your answers are, it is always in your best interest to invest your money. You see, your income is yours, but it’s not really yours until you save and/or invest out of it. The best way to build wealth through investing is to get started as soon as possible.
Are you a salary earner contemplating how to start your investment journey? You may be thinking you do not have enough money to start investing. Think again. You can start your investment journey today with as little as N20,000.
Investing your money is required for growing your wealth and achieving your life growth goals. Rather than getting intimated about your investment opportunities, here are simple tips to start your investment journey.
Here are simple steps to start your investment journey:
1. Have a goal:
What do you hope to accomplish with your investments? Will you be funding your education? Buying a home or retiring? Before you invest your money, truly consider what you hope to achieve with that investment. Knowing what your goal is will help you arrive at smarter investment decisions along the way.
2. Do your research:
Once you have written down your goals, the next step is to start your research, the better you understand your options, the better your chances will be with your investment. Check out treasury bills, fixed deposits, Eurobonds, Money market funds, Rosabon Currency Note among others. If you need help before deciding, you can reach out to our investment experts.
3. Use Rosabon Earning Plan:
Get your money to work harder for you with the Rosabon Earning Plan. You can start your saving/ investment plans with as low as N20,000 while you earn up to 15% on your saved funds.
Ready to start your investing journey? At Rosabon Financial Services, we endeavour to make your entire investment journey a fruitful one, click here to get started. .
Alternatively, you can contact us today and call 0700-7672266, 01- 4601130, 090-8898-8555 or call Sophia on 0815 084 6659 (Port Harcourt), Chineye on 0815 088 0082 (Port Harcourt) or Aderonke on 0811 239 1001 (Abuja) or send us an email at [email protected]