Steel Guest

Features

The extraordinary services offered by experienced people for exceptional results.

  • ASSET MANAGEMENT

    Managing your assets globally with 24x7 monitoring and maintenance.

  • TAX SAVINGS

    We make sure that your finances are properly planned, and the minimum amount of tax is being paid.

  • HIGHER SAVINGS

    At Steel Guest, there are good possibilities of higher savings compared to other firms.

  • MONEY GROWTH

    We can give a hundred percent assurance that your money in Guest Steel will see growth and you will definitely have good profits.

Meet the team

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    Coffee and beers

    Betty

    Betty is one of our chief consultants and senior finance advisers. With more than seven plus of experience in the field she definitely one of our prized assets.

  • Says

    "I like ancient stuff"

    Cecile

    Cecile is chief customer relations manager. She has been with us for more than five years. From day one she has acted as a connecting bridge between the customers and us.

  • Moto

    Live and let die

    Jones

    Jones is our chief financial advisor. His out of the box thinking and his different approach towards finance has always helped us to provide better services to our clients.

Testimonials

  • uest steel was recommended by one of my friends. I had one of the best experiences. They are very particular about their customer's satisfaction. The employees are so polite and friendly.

    Heather
  • It has been great working with Guest steel. I have been their client for more than two years. Guest steel has been managing my assets for the past two years. Their periodic updates and reports really help a lot. I would definitely recommend Guest Steel to anyone.

    Manos

The Financial Wizards

Guest Steel makes sure that they provide exceptional services and result oriented solutions for their customers in the field of finance. The mastery and command over the field of our expert team have contributed a lot for the success.

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Our Blog

Stock Market Investing Tips for beginners

What most people do not understand is that you do not have to be intelligent to be successful in the stock market. Although it can certainly be beneficial to be smart, it is not a prerequisite by any means. Here are some tips for beginners investing in the stock market.

1. Long-Term Goals

It is essential to set a purpose as to why and when you’d need these funds before investing. Remember this; there is absolutely no certainty when investing in the stock market because it is that volatile. If you have set aside a capital to invest, forget about it after you have spent it since you’ll have no security over it.

Set a goal as to how much capital you’d like to make and at what point in time and invest with all that in mind. The amount that you spend, the net earnings per year and the number of years are all determinants when it comes to growth.

2. Emotions

When it comes to stock market profits, people often blur the lines between a logical decision and an emotional one. A “bear” is someone who isn’t supportive of the market whereas a “bull” is the exact opposite. There is a constant battle that happens between the bears and the bulls during market hours, and this reflects directly on the prices.

Even something as small as a rumor or speculation can create changes in the market. These are often taken more into consideration than the assets and prospects of a company. You’ll always be posed with the question of whether or not you should sell or buy, no matter whether the stock price is doing good or bad. This is why you should have a very valid reason as to why you should buy a stock as you also must expect where the prices will go in accordance with your reason.

 

3. Risk Tolerance

The amount of risk that you can psychologically handle is called risk tolerance. It is influenced education, income, wealth and age. The first three influence risk tolerance in a positive way, i.e., you’ll have a higher risk tolerance. But the last factor decreases your risk tolerance.

Another factor that is instrumental in risk tolerance is how one perceives said risk. Hence, to reduce risk tolerance, you need to know as much as you possibly can about the stock market, especially how you can buy and sell and how volatile the prices can get. Doing so will help you understand and control your anxiety when investing.

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