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Traditional stocks and bond investments may present great opportunities to earn a supplemental income, but they can be time-consuming as well. You can’t just decide to pick a stock and start trading because it takes research. Many investors already have full-time jobs or other ventures to take care of, and that makes it hard to dedicate a lot of time playing the market.
However, the stability of your finances demands that you set aside time to manage your investments. For some investors, hiring a financial advisor is the ideal solution to this dilemma but for others, not so much. Financial management services cost money, which a young investor may not have.
So, how can you bring in that extra cash without spending too much time on the stock market?