Yes, I know, it's kind of like a chicken and egg thing. You have to pay to play, or you need to invest money to make money, right. And, the truth is, these statements are pretty true. But, it's also true that you can make some money even if you only have a little to invest.
So, let me share a few caveats before I proceed. First, the stock market is NOT for everyone. Second, there are many approaches to investing, and what's right for me, may not be right for you (and vice versa). Everyone's needs and risk tolerance are different. Furthermore, your investment strategy may differ based on your age and your financial situation.
Now, the next thing I want to say is that if you are super tight on money and can barely pay the bills, this probably isn't for you. In my opinion, if stock market trading is new to you, you want to approach this slowly and carefully. For some people, trading in the stock market can become a risky habit...like gambling.
So, in my opinion, you should only invest what you can afford to lose, and then you won't get into an unhealthy or risky situation. If you have an interest in this, my advice is to first save up some extra money and then try this out.
I've recently learned from a friend that there is a way to earn money via active stock market trading...that you do yourself...by investing in penny stocks. The good news on this is that you don't need a lot of money to start. And, the best way to do this well is to learn from the experts on how to do this. Yes, many have succeeded, and most of those have followed a program so that they learn it much faster without wasting lots of money on experimentation.
One of those programs is to follow a method that Kyle Dennis invented using Biotech Breakouts Stock alerts. You see Kyle is one of those rags to riches success stories. He was able to turn $15,000 into more than $1.5 million. And, he has now turned his methodology into a program to teach you how to earn a lot of money by only investing a small amount.
You can read a review of Biotech Breakouts Stock alerts here. My friend, Russell Barbour wrote this article and has used the program himself.
Now, I know this isn't for everyone. For me personally, I follow a more passive approach with my investments. But, if you are one of those people who likes to dabble and experiment and have more of hands on approach to your investments, this may be a good program for you. It's a beginner's guide on how to earn a lot.
Once you understand the methodology, you can turn the money into a bigger pot of money, and then from there earn more.
If this is something that interests you, read Russell's review and see if it's a good program for you.