In the 2008 Berkshire shareholders meeting, one investor asked, "I am 30 years old, single, one income, and I want to save one million dollars. How will I invest?"
Simple buy the ETFs that trend upward momentum in the markets to make money.
The biggest advantage of the ETFs is that they allow investors to buy the "market" and not only aan individual company stock. For example, buying an S & P 500 ETF means an equal participation in the US market momentum.
Because it is to buy the "market", as long as the market trends upward in the long term, one will eventually make money. However, buying individual stocks is not the same thing! Investing in individual stocks inherits higher risks. Sudden changes in a company's profitability will cause an unexpected plunge in the share prices and incur huge losses.
Investment is easy. No time to research? Look to invest in EFTs or mutual funds that track the broader market such as the S & P 500 index.