I'm just curious to know what people's various experience are here.
How much time do people 'invest into investing' on a weekly basis? Time is money in the working world after all.
Would an hour or two a week be enough to keep an eye on a portfolio of say 15 stocks once established (as well as keep an eye out for new dangers /opportunities? Anyone care to give a breakdown of their time (how much time looking at the economy, individual stocks etc?). I am sure there are a lot of dependent factors but just broadly speaking, what's your experience?
Related but probably more variable question: how much have people spent at the bottom end of the learning curve learning the fundamentals of the stock market?
Several questions here - feel free to respond to any or all .