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5 Passive Income Investments You Can Make With $500 (BEGINNER-FRIENDLY)

Investing 101: How To Invest $500 / Month for Beginners! Today we’ll share five different passive income investments, and our passive income investment ideas for beginners! You’ll learn how to invest $500, how to invest in stocks, and overall the best ways of investing as a millennial in 2020. Do you have any current investments?! Let us know in the comments below!

▸ Investing Apps – 0:35
▸ Investing in REIT’s – 2:30
▸ Investing in Dividends – 4:53
▸ Investing in ETF’s & Index Funds – 6:36
▸ Investing in Yourself – 7:32

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