Potential Profits: Capital One Investing

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Making money as a part-time investor is not only possible, it could be a great way to get a passive income going that could supplement and ultimately replace your main source of income. The success that you can find as a market participant can release you from suffocating office jobs, if you put in the time and the effort. Capital One Investing could help you along on that journey.

Capital One Investing is an arm of the Capital One bank, that was created to compete with TD Ameritrade, Etrade and all the other online brokers where you can invest and try to make money. Cap One is best suited for casual investors rather than high frequency traders. There is no high powered trading platform that allows investors to access the market and make trades quickly enough to take advantage of day trading spikes and dips. The company is not set up for that.

Most brokerage accounts allow users to buy and sell stocks, bonds, currency, futures or other market products in the hopes of making a profit. The brokerages charge fees or skim off fees to pay for the service that they are providing. That service can be as simple as access to the markets that you want to participate in or as complex as investment education, real-time streaming financial news and third-party research that can help you make decisions.

Investors with a long term plan in mind and an aversion to day trading would be well-served by Capital One Investing. The company also has what it calls a sharebuilder investment plan, that allows users to pick a stock and set a schedule for investing a certain amount per month in the stock. That comes along with a reduced commision of $3.95 per trade. The set it and forget it method is great for investors that want to put aside their money, check it very little and get the expected 8 percent return over the years.

No matter what kind of investor that you want to be, whether it is an active trade or the play it safe, long-term investor, you need to further your education about the financial system and the markets. Start by reading the right books. Warren Buffett is one of the most famous investors in the world. He is a proponent of the slow method of investing, where you put your money is long term growth companies that you know very well and don’t expect to do much in terms of volatility. His books on investing are a great place to start.

John Bogle, the founder of the Vanguard Group, is the creator of the mutual fund. Index investing is all about leveraging the power of a large group of companies together in a particular sector and hedging your risk all over those companies, rather than in one stock. His investing philosophy can be outlined in several books that are available in public libraries.

One of the keys to being a successful investor is to control overhead. Don’t spend too much on research and education. Start small with the local library and then move on to more expensive options, once you have figured out their worth.

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