Do you want to start investing responsibly on your own but don't quite know where to begin?
Are you currently investing money with the bank and decided to go with the first fund that was recommended to you by an advisor?
Did you previously open a self-directed account just to buy individual stocks that you were unsure about?
Do you want to make money in the stock market without spending the time to research individual stocks?
If you answered yes to any of those questions then this course is for you!
In this video presentation I will provide a personable teaching on:
- What to look out for when investing with the bank
- Explanations on the stock market and indexing
- Investment options that will help you save MORE in the long term
- How to responsibly create your own investment portfolio suited for the long term utilizing ETFs.
- A PDF of valuable resources to help you on your new financial journey
- A Rebalance Calculator
- Part 1A: ~30min
- Part 1B: ~20min
- Part 2: ~40min
- Part 3: ~25min
I'm an electrical engineering graduate who enjoys the topic of finance. Talking with both friends and family I realized there was major trend of people not understanding their investments. I was once in the same boat and during that time I had difficulties finding the proper resources to help improve my knowledge.
I wanted to create an affordable course that essentially gave people the tools and information necessary to invest responsibly without having to struggle and fumble their way around the internet. With this course I take all the knowledge I have gathered throughout the years and present it in an organized and actionable manner. I put in some extra work so you don't have to.
This is an educational resource. This is not a replacement for advice from an accountant or personal finance advisor.
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You'll get 4 streamable videos + PDF with links to resources + Rebalance Calculator
- You'll get 4 streamable videos + PDF with links to resources + Rebalance Calculator