Investing money for the first time can be daunting. It’s understandable that you might worry about whether you are making a mistake due to inexperience.

However, if you invest wisely instead of paying money into a savings account, you can achieve a much greater return. By making financial investments, you can build up assets for a particular purpose – for example, paying for education, purchasing a major item, starting a family or ensuring financial security after retirement.

Do you need large assets to do that? Absolutely not. If you’re earning money and often have some left over at the end of the month – even CHF 100 a month is enough – then you can invest money too. Is expert knowledge required? Not at all. You just have to spend a short amount of time reading up on the subject of investing money before you can get started.

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