You don't have to be an expert to invest. You don't even need that much money to invest.
Yet many of us put off investing because it's seems intimidating or overwhelming.
With so much information out there, we asked the Wall Street veterans to simplify their top investing advice.
"If you just look at history, one of the best ways to invest is to be diversified and really buy and hold for the long term," Robinson tells CNBC.
Here's a closer look at what that means.