I started investing at the end of 2019 but increased my time exponentially last year. As I spent more and more time dissecting companies and the market, I realized I was learning skills that helped me become a better marketer. Putting money into investing requires a certain time spent to ensure that the investment profits over time. It’s like joining a gym in the sense that the monthly cost encourages participation.
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