Many people have been asking me where to invest some money, especially where to start investing when it is the first time.
I have written some entrances about the stock to own for the next decade, but of course some people would like to step little by little into the water rather than jumping in straight ahead. For the new players I would definitely recommend a mix of stocks in various markets seeking not only an exponential growth but also dividend.
Many people would say: stick to the blue chips, but in my opinion you can always go to a traditional bank where you will be offered that and will get some gift for being a new customer. What I want to offer is one step further, something tailored for the new players. As always, the stock market is as unpredictable as 2020, but the risk is minimized by the amount of information gathered.
Here is the package of stock to pick if you plan to step into the waters with 10.000€ (1.000€ to each stock) divided in two categories. The first, dividend, is the part where you will see your money grow year by year regardless of the performance of the stock. The second, the potential growth, is the slightly riskier part that will outperform the traditional “bank system”.
Iberdrola (IBE) - 4,37% - year dividend yield: 43,7€
Repsol (REP) - 15,03% - year dividend yield: 150,3€
Allianz (ALV) - 5,28% - year dividend yield: 52,8€
Coca-cola (KO) - 3,23% - year dividend yield: 32,3€
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) - 4,81% - year dividend yield: 48,1€
Total year dividend yield: 327,2€
Agile Therapeutics (AGRX)
Virgin Galactic (SPCE)
American Manganese (AMY.V)
My personal forecast for the next decade is that these stocks will outperform the market, being a perfect combination not only between industries but also markets (USA, India, Spain, Germany and UK). As I said, this should be only used as a guideline for rookies searching to invest 10k. If you want to have a more personalized investing plan, or invest bigger or smaller amounts feel free to contact and we will together create the perfect plan for you.