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I'm a Certified Financial Planner, and My Best Investment Ever Cost $10 If you don't have a lot of money, but you're ready to start investing, Entrepreneur Network partner Jeff Rose can help.

By Jeff Rose Edited by Dan Bova

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner and certified financial planner Jeff Rose explains how you can get started investing, even if you don't have a lot of money. He breaks down two great, simple investing tips for beginners:

  1. Trust, but verify. Don't just give your money to someone else and hope they will do the best thing for you with it.
  2. Just get started. You might make a few mistakes early on, but you'll learn from those mistakes and be better off in the long run.

Rose also talks about his worst investment ever, which ended up costing him $5,000, and his best investment, which cost him just $10 to get started.

Click play to learn more.

Related: How to Make the Most of Tax-Free Money

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Jeff Rose

Certified Financial Planner, Author and Blogger

Jeff Rose is an entrepreneur disguised as a certified financial planner, author and blogger.  He's best know for his blog GoodFinancialCents.com and book, Soldier of Finance: Take Charge of Your Money and Invest in Your Future.  He's also the editor of LifeInsurancebyJeff.com. He escaped a path of financial destruction from dropping out of college with over $20,000 of credit card debt to become a self-made millionaire. His mission is help future generations achieve financial freedom by developing strong money habits and unleashing their entrepreneurial spirit.   

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