Start investing as early as possible. Even if it is just $1 per week. And then be consistent. Even if you need to save up money to make sure that you have enough to invest in the market every single week.
Investing should become your habit in good times and bad.
The earlier you start the more compounding that will happen.
And if you need to use a roboadvisor or money manager to help you manage your funds that is fine, but also have a brokerage account that you can log in and make investments yourself. You need to get your hands dirty in order to take full ownership of your finances and future.
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