Is it a good investment technique to buy same big company stocks every month?
Being a private company, I don't get any stock options. All the income I get is in cash. As I hear in Blind that a lot of folks get RSUs and earn a lot from them, I was thinking of ways I can try to catch up wrt TC. Today, I invest any left over money in the beginning of every month into Vanguard ETFs.
Is this a good/bad investment idea: if i plan to invest 10-15% out of my family income each year into stocks? As I never invested in stocks before, if I take 10 or so big company stocks (FAANG, TSLA, JNJ etc.), and equally split that amount each month between them without trying to time the market ?
If the idea itself is bad, please correct me. If the idea is good but the stock choices are bad, please propose the right ones.