Can I Invest With Just RM1,000? [Infographic]
This article is sponsored by Securities Commission Malaysia, under its InvestSmart initiative.
When it comes to investing, one of the most common excuses cited by people who are hesitant or afraid to start investing is a lack of capital. Why is this so? This can probably be attributed to the common misconception that you need a huge sum of money to kick-start your investment dream.
The fact is, you don’t need to be the next Robert Kuok to be able to invest. You can start small, and slowly build your investment into a healthy and solid portfolio.
Remember, you don’t need to commit hundreds of thousands of Ringgit up front to eventually see a healthy return.
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