Perhaps what you can do is to invest in long term stocks because these don't need much attention although you have to be sure that the companies in which you're investing are doing well by keeping yourself updated. Any other suggestions?
I don't go for long term trading/investment because I prefer the short term ones in which your money is liquid at all times and it is easy to know if you're profiting or losing while your money is still low. Long term goes for higher investment and sometimes higher risk too since the money depends on the company where you are investing on.
That makes sense. After you have mastered it, you can check wheter or not the person is doing it right. I would rather be as hands on as possible since I don't really trust anyone else with my money except for me.
If I have the luxury of having someone else do the dirty work then I would do it. But as of right now I can't afford to pay anyone except myself to do it for me. Perhaps when I'm older I'll consider it but y ou just hear so many stories.