Today I’m sharing with you how I would invest 10.000 right now at a stock market that feels very expensive.
But that’s not all, I am also sharing my reflection on the latest savings rate numbers published by EuroStat. Followed by my reflection on a related topic regarding the chart that shows the wealth composition per income class.
But the main topic which I address today is how I would invest 10.000 into the stock market right now in 2021. I do this by first sharing some of my foundational thinking regarding diversification and the different life situations everyone might be in.
Secondly I show you my approach to dollar cost averaging and how my investment strategy would differ based on my age.
Finally I will show you how I would find those stocks to invest in and in which I would invest those 10.000 right now given current market conditions and valuations.
Enjoy the video and feel free to ask me any question you might have. I consider answering them in next week’s video.
0:00 – Introduction
1:19 – My reflection on EuroStat’s savings rate chart
4:10 – My reflection on the Wealth Composition per income class
8:53 – Main Topic: How I would invest 10.000 in 2021 right now
9:19 – The holy grail about diversification
12:29 – How entry yield and dividend growth returns impact Yield on Cost
16:36 – How different life situations matter and what it means for wealth goals
18:22 – How I would dollar cost average the 10K into the stock market
20:02 – How my investment strategy would differ per starting age
22:22 – Where I would find inspiration for dividend growth stocks to investing in
24:11 – In what basked of Dividend Growth Stocks I would invest my 10.000 today
26:45 – Wrap-up & End
You can find those time stamps in the description of the video so that you can jump directly to the section you are interested in.
References in this video:
- My Dividend Reinvestment Calculator
- Dividend Aristocrats list at Drip Investing
- Savings Rate EU Households
- Investor Funds flowing into the market
- Composition of wealth chart
European Dividend Growth Investor
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