Last step in your personal financial security formula
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World Financial Planning Day: 5 Resolutions You Should Make
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Investing is not something I spent a lot of time on for most of my life for one simple reason — I did not have much money to invest!
As you will hear me explain, it wasn’t until 2007, a full eight years after starting my first online business, did I make enough money to invest in my first property, which wasn’t just an investment, it was where I lived for the next three years as well.
As my business income grew, I started to think about how I could save for my future and for fun too. That’s when I started to educate myself about investment options and experiment with opportunities.
In this podcast, you’re going to hear about my first forays into tech stock investing during the first dot-com bubble, including how I invested in an online shopping mall that was eventually bought out by a mining company(huh?).
I also talk about my more recent experiences investing in startups, big tech stocks, and cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Ethereum.
I also explain how Tony Robbins books influenced my decision to invest in low-fee index funds as a long-term safety net.
Show notes and downloads available here: http://www.entrepreneurs-journey.com/23349/investing/
Enjoy the podcast,