Kenya boasts a diverse economy, improving infrastructure, and a young, dynamic population.
But high interest rates and instability in the banking sector have left many Kenyan stocks trading at multi-year lows, offering investors a great entry point for exceptional long-term returns.
So, how do you get started investing on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE)? Here are a few tips.
Start By Bulletproofing Your Finances
While investing in stocks is one of the best ways to build wealth over time, a positive return is not guaranteed.
Volatility, however, is pretty much a sure thing.
So, to minimize risk, it’s crucial that your finances be ironclad.
Read more: How to Begin Investing on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
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