It's true. Those of us that end up being successful are often the ones who know how to invest, save, and manage money. Even those of us that work lower paying jobs and don't know where to start have opportunities to invest and make more money, it's just about finding the right strategies. For example, if you have $500 to invest, and you want to see fast growth, a portfolio consisting of one or two stocks might provide the right growth potential. If that sounds up your alley, I would recommend Robinhood (link on home page). Robinhood lets you manage individual stocks anyway you'd like. If you have, say, $10,000 to invest, you might go for something more conservative, like an ETF (Exchange Traded Fund). These are collections of different stocks or bonds that are put together and sold as a single investment. If this sounds like you, try the Stash app (also on the home page). As with all things, the key to investing is practice and learning. So go practice!