Some of the investors who are earning billions from the stock market have suggested doubling your invested money every three years at a CAGR of 24%. Investing in stocks doesn't mean you can sit idle and earn higher returns. You can earn profit as well as lose it. But staying patient for the long run and diversifying your portfolio is a good option.

Speaking of diversifying, the RBI of India has permitted investors to invest an amount in US stocks. Most of the stocks are traded on an exchange such as NASDAQ. Some of the best NASDAQ stocks of the year include Workday WDAY, Nvidia NVDA, Zoom Video Communication ZM, Tesla shares, JD, Marriott Int MAR, Apple AAPL, Expedia Group EXPE, and Ulta Beauty ULTA.

A stock market, also known as an equity market or share market, is an auction where several buyers and sellers join to carry out the purchase and selling of stocks. Purchasing a share of a company means you are given legal ownership for a part of the company.

Basic information on how the stock market works

  • The purpose of investing in the stock market is to provide companies with capital to expand their business. In return for this, investors also get advantages. The investors get an opportunity to have a share of the profits earned by the companies.
  • Stocks are not only traded on exchanges but also over the counter. Government agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States regulate the stock exchange, which is a marketplace for investors to buy and sell stocks. For the stocks being traded over the counter, they can be purchased or sold in the marketplace through either a dealer or a market maker.
  • The most regular participants of the stock market are investment banks, stockbrokers, and investors.
  • Stock market indices are designed to reflect the overall performance of the stock in the market. These performances decide the chances of making profit or loss from investments.
  • Bull and bear markets - "Bull market" refers to the stock market when the prices of the stock are gradually rising. Most investors are tempted to invest in this type of market rather than short sellers of stocks. In the case of the bear market, the price of the stocks keeps declining. Through short-selling, investors have the chance to earn profit in bear markets.

Some of the investors who are earning billions from the stock market have suggested doubling your invested money every three years at a CAGR of 24%.

  • Analysing the stock market - It is important to analyse the stock market by considering the price to earnings ratio, debt to equity ratio, return on equity ratio, and profit margin of the company you are about to invest in.
  • Approaches to stock market investing - There are several methods for picking up a perfect stock to invest but the two basic approaches are value investing, or growth investing.

How can you become rich by investing in the stock market?

Here are some tips for you:

  1. You must set your financial goals and decide your investment appetite based on your earnings and savings.
  2. Make proper research about the company you are investing in. You can also keep track of the most listed companies so that investing becomes minimally risk-prone.
  3. Stop regretting after you have already invested. You must keep in mind that investing at lower prices and selling the stocks at a higher price is almost impossible until you have inside information in the company. You have chances to make a profit as well as incur a loss.
  4. If you want to earn more then always take liquid stocks as they provide chances to earn higher returns.
  5. While investing in a stock market you must understand the market properly, stay patient for a longer period, and stay focused with your investment goals. Don't get affected by market fluctuations.
  6. Make a monthly budget plan for investing in stocks. With a budget plan, you can cut off your extra expenses and increase your savings, which will help you to further increase the amount of investment.
  7. Use index funds so that your portfolio gets the chance to broadly diversify. With a single stock, you cannot be rich, so start investing with a small amount in different funds of several companies.
  8. Hold stocks for a long time. Buying and selling of stocks within a few months or a few years are not beneficial for investors, as they may not earn returns from the amount as expected.
  9. Diversify your portfolio to reduce the number of risks and increase the return rate. Speaking of diversification, you can try investing in US stocks, as these are going to become more promising than ever before in the coming years. For example, the trading of Nvidia Corporation shares has increased by 26.57% in the current year. Investing in such shares is a smart choice. This will also add global diversification to your portfolio.


  1. Risk calculation is very important in an investment procedure. If you are not tolerant of risk then it is suggested that you don't invest in the stock market as these are highly risk-prone areas. Decision risk factors like market risk, business risk, inflation risk, regulatory risks etc, are all factors.
  2. Don't borrow money from leveraged investors for investing in a stock. This will push you to the losing side right from the beginning, as in case of any market fluctuations you will have to bear huge pressure to pay back the borrowed amount of money and is, therefore, a risky practice.
  3. Review your investment portfolio regularly.
  4. Have proper knowledge of when you are going to invest more, when to sell the shares, or when to exit from the investment.
  5. Don't make emotional decisions. Instead depend on facts, and data, to look into the company's performance, and how much the company is promising.
  6. If you are a new investor then you must do a shadow or a diamond investment so that your knowledge is enhanced and you understand the market more accurately.
  7. Beware of penny stocks. Don't invest in these stocks by seeing the minimum amount of investment as it may lead you to go bankrupt.

On a closing note

Investing in stocks means you want to increase your capital but there is nothing free in this world. Hence, to earn more you need to face the risk factors. Besides this, you need to have patience, skills, a focused mindset, clear financial goals, and a proper plan of investment. No one can say for certain that you will become rich by investing in the stock market but there are chances that your capital will keep growing if you are holding the stocks for a longer period.