It’s a huge mistake to think that “small” investments equal “worthless” investments, has nothing could be further from the truth.
A small investment of about $100 into BitCoin when it was first released to the general public would be worth hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars right now – and could be worth even more money in the near future! A small investment into Apple before the iPod was released, Amazon before they took off, and Microsoft before they really found their legs would have you rolling in more money than you even know what to do with right now.
Small does not mean worthless, insignificant, or not important.
It does, however, really mean that you have to be smart, savvy, and strategic about the way that you go about investing this money. You can’t just make “willy-nilly” calls with your money, pumping it into this stock or that, pulling it out without any real rhyme or reason come in and reinvesting it into other stocks because you “feel good” about one. That’s not the way to have any kind of real or lasting success with just a small amount of capital to invest.
No, you have to be smart, you have to be strategic, and you have to be systematic about how you invest smaller amounts of capital into different investment vehicles. Take advantage of the tips and tricks we include below and you should be able to supercharge your results and get outsized returns your relatively “small” investments.
Look for big opportunities
The very first thing you have to do when you have a smaller amount of capital to invest is to focus on opportunities that have extreme growth potential, the opportunity to increase in value exponentially, and a chance to catch on like wildfire and “go viral”, as they say. A small investment in one of these disruptors can prove to be worth a small fortune going forward.
Invest in niches you understand
It’s also important that you have as much control investment as possible, and the only way this is going to shake out is if you understand the industry and the niche that you are investing in in the first place. The more information, the more knowledge, and the more intuition you have about a particular niche the better off you are going to be.
Go all in on small opportunities
Generally, diversifying your investment is a smart move to make, but if you only have a small amount of capital to invest you’re going to want to “put it all on one pony” until you are able to generate enough capital to spread your money out, diversify your holdings, and provide yourself a little bit extra security than you would have had otherwise.
This runs contrary to the kind of investment advice you’re going to get from most run-of-the-mill or traditional investment brokers, bankers, and investment firms, but it really only applies because you have such a smaller amount of capital to work with which means your returns are going to need to be maximized to their fullest extent – something that diversity in your investments just can’t provide.