Top Investment Mistakes to Avoid for Maximizing Returns

It’s no secret that the pandemic brought a wave of new investors eager to give a shot at playing the market.
In fact, a Charles Schwab study found that 15% of all current U.S. stock market investors got their start in 2020 — giving rise to what Schwab calls the “Investor Generation.”
The pandemic prompted the perfect timing to begin investing: stocks became cheaper to buy as the market dipped, savings account interest rates got slashed in half and many young consumers were stranded at home with nothing much else to do.