In the past few months that I've been investing, I've learned a lot. I went in knowing essentially nothing, but experience and some tips have helped me out. I began with some smaller investments to get my feet wet, and then transitioned to copper shares UK for more money. The copper shares have resulted in a lot of money for me. The miners who work to extract copper from the Earth have put in a lot of work and are great at finding large amounts of the metal. Since copper is in demand, the shares can net a good profit.
I didn't stop with the copper shares. I also looked into shares around other metals that were being mined for profit. Things like iron, aluminium, and gold are usually what people look for when they're mining, because these metals are used in a lot of things, even some things that we don't even realize. People all over the world use these metals, and countries that don't have easy access to them will buy them from other countries. Using a safety first strategy, I place a portion of funds into the shares for these metals and looked at the results to decide if I should continue.
The other metals shares gave me a great profit as well. My friends have heard that I've been doing quite well in investing and want me to help them get started. They all want to make a little extra money beyond what they've been getting at their jobs, and think that the best way to do it would be by investing. I had to tell them that they shouldn't expect to make a lot of money on the first day, and not to go crazy with it, or they would make a decision that they would regret.