KI$$: Stocks To Build A Second Source Of Income.: Keep It Simple, Stupid.

KI$$: Stocks To Build A Second Source Of Income.: Keep It Simple, Stupid.

$9.95

THEY SAY THAT LOVE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MONEY, BUT HAVE YOU EVER TRIED TO PAY YOUR RENT WITH A HUG? In today’s changing environment, it is critical to build a second source of income. This if you work in the gig economy or even in a traditional corporate job. There are, of course, plenty of books, tutorials, calculators, and tools on personal financial planning. This may equally be a problem. The key investment concepts are very simple, but get lost in a world of twenty-four hour global financial news coverage. This book embodies independence, thrift, and self-reliance. My emphasis is on providing an understanding of foundational investment concepts necessary to help you plan, save and invest to reach your financial goals. The emphasis is not on math and formulas but basic concepts. Under thirties, start early to allow full advantage of time and compound interest.


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THEY SAY THAT LOVE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MONEY, BUT HAVE YOU EVER TRIED TO PAY YOUR RENT WITH A HUG? In today’s changing environment, it is critical to build a second source of income. This if you work in the gig economy or even in a traditional corporate job. There are, of course, plenty of books, tutorials, calculators, and tools on personal financial planning. This may equally be a problem. The key investment concepts are very simple, but get lost in a world of twenty-four hour global financial news coverage. This book embodies independence, thrift, and self-reliance. My emphasis is on providing an understanding of foundational investment concepts necessary to help you plan, save and invest to reach your financial goals. The emphasis is not on math and formulas but basic concepts. Under thirties, start early to allow full advantage of time and compound interest.

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