Monday Motivation: Frame Your Financial Goals.

You have started saving, but will you have enough to buy a house 10 years down the line, or even a car five years hence? People tend to save aggressively and invest with extreme vigour, but do so blindly, jeopardising their goals.
This is a mistake common to most investors, irrespective of the age group. The next step then is to frame your goals. Don’t just make a mental note of the things you want to finance, but write these down in detail.
Split your goals into three categories: short-, medium- and long-term goals. Then list each one clearly, along with the number of years to achieve each, and the exact amount you will need. Once you have penned down your goals, you will be able to determine how much and for how long you will need to invest. Read more at: //