You probably spend most of your day looking at your phone. Maybe you’re texting friends, browsing the web, or paying solitaire. What if you could be using some of that time learning how to improve your future?
The electronic version of my book on investing and money management, The SmallIvy Book of Investing, Book 1: Investing to Grow Wealthy, is going on sale starting Today for only $1.99. This book starts by giving you all the information you’ll need about stocks, bonds, and other types of investments, including the risks involved. It then tells you how to manage that risk to use investing the generate additional income so that you can grow your wealth more quickly than you can with a job.
The middle chapters discuss what you should be doing at each stage of life if you want to become financially independent – that magical state where you don’t need to work to support yourself and your family. It also provides a plan for cash-flow management – how to budget your money and start your savings compounding and so that you’ll have the money you need for things like new cars, college bills, and retirement.
Next, the way to invest if you’re serious about making money, not just playing around with investing, is discussed. Here the information about risk and reward given in the first chapters is put to use to show how you can take reasonable risks for a chance to beat market returns with the portion of your wealth beyond what is needed for necessities.
Finally, mutual funds are discussed, including their use in IRAs and 401k plans.
Take a look at the book on Amazon and be ready Monday to get your copy at this special price. Download a copy for just $1.99, then use some of that time you spend starting at your phone to be learning about investing and money management. Also, if you do buy a copy, please consider leaving a review on Amazon to let me know what you think.
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Disclaimer: This blog is not meant to give financial planning advice, it gives information on a specific investment strategy and picking stocks. It is not a solicitation to buy or sell stocks or any security. Financial planning advice should be sought from a certified financial planner, which the author is not. All investments involve risk and the reader as urged to consider risks carefully and seek the advice of experts if needed before investing.