Hey fellow investors,
I’ll do this in english … but answers in dutch are welcomed as well.
As I stumbled upon Bux zero, I got really interested in the low level entry into the world of investing and am totally hooked on it. At the moment I have a small portfolio. I am building this up with an investment of about 100 euro’s per month.
The question I want ask to the more experienced investors here, is :
Because I use 100 euro per month, I tend to buy stock that are somewhat lower than 100 euro, or multiple different stocks that are cheaper. This also means i ‘miss’ out on the more expensive ones (tesla, amazon, etc …)
Is it better to save up a bit and buy a certain stock in a larger bulk (or larger price) or Do i keep buying smaller stock piece by piece.
My current portfolio, which I try to keep diverse holds :
1 x Abbvie
2 x Realty income
3 x Stag
1 x Vanguard S&P 500 UCITS ETF
1 x Ishares Core stoxx 50 ETF
1 x Ishares Euro dividend ETF
3 x GBL
1 x Econocom (my free stock and my first, so I keep it for sentimental reasons )
Already a big thanks beforehand for the tips/tricks/help !