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How To Invest For Teenagers

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If you ever wanted to know how to invest as a teenager, this is the video for you. My best investing advice for teenagers.

There are many different ways of how to invest in the stock market or just how to invest in general. There’s real estate, credit cards, dividends, and many other forms of passive income. Regardless of which you decide to pick, the choices can be overwhelming.

I like to think of life and investing like a video game. Unfortunately we don’t get to pick our character or stats at the beginning of this game, those will be assigned to us at random. But just like life, you control your character, if you max out all the things you can along the way, while collecting all the items, and if you grind enough, and level up your character, you’ll be able to get through it a lot easier. And it ever gets tough or frustrating, just like life, you don’t just quit the game. As long as you understand that you can’t control the outcome of this game, there’s a lot of RNG, especially favorable toward people born into money, but the more you keep playing, the more skills you unlock, the more special items you can find, the more enjoyable the game will be. Let’s start at the beginning.

Age 13: You might be wondering How do I invest $100? Here’s the answer, you should invest wherever you get the greatest return on your money. Right now, whether that’s a hundred dollars, or a thousand dollars, investing it in the stock market will not get you the greatest returns. If you tried to invest even $1,000 today, at best you will make a hundred dollars and at worst, you can lose all of it. The returns are not worth the sacrifice just yet. The greatest returns are going to be in developing your character by boosting your stats. if you don’t have the money, time is another currency in this game of life. You can invest your time or money. Watch as many videos, and pay very close attention to tutorials. This is the age to learn and listen.

Age 14: start to read or you can also watch my YouTube channel, whichever works best for you but the books I recommend are: Simple Path To Wealth by J.L. Collins, I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi, and the third book is The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham.

Ages 15-17: go on as many side quests as you can. Try swimming, piano lessons, cooking, dancing, drawing, photoshop, photography, and say yes to everything. Through that process, you might find your master skill or “passion”. This is a missable side quest that most people don’t ever get to do, but if you can do this early, you will get a huge financial advantage especially if it’s something society values.

Age 18: we’ve come to the most important level in the game. This is going to set up your play style for the rest of the game and there’s a lot to do here. We need to collect some key items, this is part of the main storyline, so don’t wander off the map. Hopefully by now you’ve collected a bit of money along the way, so it’s logical to do the following.

1. Get a bank account. Ideally you want one with the highest interest rate possible so that while you leave your money here, it’s going to make you money – compound interest style. Avoid account minimums and/or hidden fees.

2. So get yourself a credit card as soon as possible. I recommend starting with a secured credit card like the Discover It Secured, it’s pretty much the “gold standard” of credit cards to start with if you have no prior history. Pro tip: If you’re a student in college, instead of the Discover It Secured, go with the Discover It Cash Back for students, it’s the same principle but with way better perks. Our goal here is to reach a credit score of 750 and above. This takes about 8 months to 1 year. Make sure to pay down your balance in full each month and never carry a balance (35% of your score), utilize no more than 10% of your monthly spend limit (30% of your score), and do this as soon as possible, this is your length of history (15% of your score).

3. Get yourself either a ROTH IRA , or a traditional IRA. Think of these like savings accounts but instead of keeping cash, it’s mostly for your stocks. These accounts protect your money from paying taxes. Do this as early as possible, it’s the most important step.

4. Buy a stock from the stock market or an investment, this one is overwhelming, not only because there are literally thousands of companies to choose from, but because there’s also half a dozen character styles to select from from real estate investor, to dividends, to growth, etc. If you don’t have time to decide, look into VTI, and with this one stock, you’ll outperform 95% of people. VTI allows you to own a couple thousand stocks with just one. Those are called ETFs.

5. Build good habits like start tracking your expenses for each dollar you make and spend. Take care of your health to avoid expensive healthcare costs in the future, be frugal and live below your means, and be consistent. That’s the secret to success!


Andrei Jikh says:

Sorry for my lateness! Here is the free Discord link in case you missed it! https://discord.gg/Hff86m9

Metal Bum says:

A great video like this shows how messed up our liberal education and colleges are. If you do what Andrei says you’ll be more successful. Than what any professor or math teacher or physics prof tells u

lydia yuna says:

Agreed everything but the stocks. Teenagers should invest yourself, not stock market nor dividend, those are for your grandpa with their retirement, your time and money should be spent on something better for your future, knowledge, skills, expertise, passion and a healthy living habit. or make your own youtube / tiktok video . The boomers invest in stocks because they can't do anything else, you have more choices

Keeping Up With The Kenneys says:

😭😭😭 Goblet of fire is my fav too

Bondishloka Gaming says:

Well I’m 16 so kinda late but still researching, I’m not to the part of saying yes to everything though

xuletaz says:

by any chance do u play pokemon vgc? btw u r awesome man

Cristiano Marinelli says:

My favorite book is probably the Intelligent Investor.

Cristiano Marinelli says:

Andre: It's not money, its VISA.
Me: Its Crypto..

Rase -iwnl- says:

avocado toast LMAO

Zach T says:

Wow, just turned 19 and am opening a Roth IRA right now! I wished I would have known this when I was 13! I loved the video game analogy with a clear explanation. Thank you for this!

gamer Guy says:

Did andrei photo shop himself to look like a teenager lol

HanGAR says:

Really goblet of fire… obviously order of the Phoenix is best

Devo Danie says:

See i have a passive ability called enhanced adaptation so yea I already mastered the skills😂

Dmytro Tsvyk says:

I start every video with 👍

cspriggs96 says:

You're the best Dr. DRE J

yes sir i am aware says:

My dads card that he made me a AU on was older than me, it went down when I opened my own CC. Thankful to have a financially savvy parent with an excellent credit score. (Altho… I need to convince him to make a retirement account… immigrant parents :/)

Marty D says:

Yung Andrei

Milan Brouns says:

good job man!! educate !! your videos are great!!

Jason 000 says:

Almost at 1 million subs crazy!

Jason 000 says:

I like the video game part😂👌

The Silver Line says:

Geez man. Your effects and editing are amazing. Great topic!

Péter Vas says:

Whats happening with Boeing?

Violent Visuals says:

This was a great video

Kyu Choi says:

Thank you for providing such a great advice for the little ones.

investment 16 says:

This video should be called How to Life

NikkiBrutal says:

Can you make a video talking more about the parent side of making a custodial account for a child? like how to set it up, who pays the taxes for it, when does the child have full access to it?

Silent Echo says:

If only this video was there 5 years ago when I was 13 ☹️😭

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