Like many people today, you might be thinking about the future and the most reliable way to build wealth to ensure that you’re in a good financial position five, ten or even twenty years from now. Libertex Portfolio can help you build considerable gains over the long term by making regular trading in stocks over an extended period of time.
Libertex Portfolio lets you trade shares in top companies such as Google, Apple, Tesla and others at regular intervals. The full range of stocks spans the tech, automotive, industrial, healthcare, entertainment, medical cannabis and food sectors. But tech stocks offer the most exciting opportunities, both in terms of returns and prestige (it also comes with a bit of risk, of course).
Why invest in big tech?
We’ve all heard the stories of people who invested in firms like Google and Apple for pennies during their garage days and later became millionaires. While we might envy them, the truth is that these companies’ stocks have only grown from strength to strength, and it’s never been a bad time to invest in them. There are many unknowns in the future, but one thing is for sure: technology will continue to expand and play a larger role in our lives. It always feels like the best time to invest in these companies was yesterday, but the next best time is always right now.
Libertex Portfolio features the most prestigious tech stocks, with detailed customisable charts for price analysis of stocks and dividends
Over time, your gains will generate higher returns as the company’s stock price grows. Take Tesla, one of the greatest tech success stories of our time. Tesla’s initial public offering in 2012 sold stock at $17 a share. If you’d bought ten shares at the time ($170 investment) and just held on, your shares would be worth $11,630 today. That’s a mind-boggling 68,311.8% increase in value. Even if you arrived later to the party and bought stock for $50 a share in 2018, you would have still gained 23,108.94%. Whenever you think about Tesla’s production schedule or the social media antics of Elon Musk, the numbers speak for themselves.
Companies also pay out money to their shareholders in the form of dividends. Not all tech companies do that, but Apple and Microsoft do, and it’s a nice extra income to accumulate over time. Libertex Portfolio provides a comprehensive reports feature that tracks your simulated dividends right in the app, including handy automatic calculations of taxes and exchange rates for your country.
The Libertex Portfolio account tracks your simulated investments, profits and dividends
Being a part of something big
Investing in stock is a different approach to trading. When you buy stock, you become a part of the company’s ecosystem. Green energy, luxury goods, the latest AI and tech gadgets that arrive to enrich our lives - when you’re an investor, you’re part of what makes it all possible. The next time someone buys a new EV or fancy smartphone or gushes about how their home assistant makes their life easier, you can say “you’re welcome” for providing the capital that made it possible.
The gains and dividends are rewarding enough, of course, but the prestige and pride that comes with being a contributor to the latest technologies is a nice extra. Once you’ve been investing for a while, you can proudly declare that you believed in the company’s mission from an early stage and have the gains to show for it. For example, if you had bought Apple stock at $27.29 in 2017, you would see a roughly 450% gain today, more than quadrupling your initial investment.
Getting started with Libertex Portfolio
Once you’ve registered your Libertex Portfolio account, the first thing to do is look at your personal finances and decide how much to invest for your initial deposit. Deposits start at $10, and there’s no multiplier or leverage. The best part is that Libertex Portfolio is completely free of commissions, SWAP and account fees.
The best indicator of making money in stocks is the investor’s time in the market, i.e., how long they keep their investments through good and bad times. The stock market overall returns 10% annually, but many investors miss out on this profit due to moments of panic in the short term.
Let’s imagine that Libertex Portfolio was available last year, and exactly one year ago, you invested $100 each in Tesla (185% increase), Apple (26% increase), Google (68%) and Virgin Galactic (10% decrease). You’d have made $269 (67.5%) in profit today, not counting any dividends, with the higher-performing stock more than making up for Virgin’s decline. That’s how diversifying minimises risk (remember that the market gains 10% per year overall, even though some companies do worse than others). This sample of four companies is just an example but is a good indicator of how a mixed portfolio of tech stocks returns a substantial profit, even after one year.
Because you don’t want to be swayed by short-term panic, review your portfolio every six months or annually and make any changes you feel are necessary according to your market research.
Make the most of your money, your way
It’s as simple as investing in the biggest tech companies to build a nest egg of wealth over many years. This can be used as an emergency reserve or saving up for that dream luxury trip, retirement, family support, etc. If you can be patient, your future self will thank you.
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*Libertex Portfolio is a new product that allows you to trade in fractional shares/ETFs. Investment in Libertex Portfolio allows you to trade in a contract that participates in the price movements of certain shares, including any dividend distributions. It is neither tradable on stock exchanges nor on other trading venues, but can be resold to Libertex at any time under the terms set out in the general client agreement. Further details on this product, the issuer and the relevant risks are available here.