Did you take that one piece of action from episode 5 and pick up a book from an independent resource?  


Try to read 1-2 financial books a year on minimum and astounding things will happen over your lifetime.  The compounding effect of accumulating knowledge from the right sources can change the course of your life, your families lives, and the lives you come in contact with across your lifetime.


In this episode we will cover:

  • Characteristics of a sound investor
  • Investment Terminology
  • Risks when it comes to investing



    •  Listen to Larry Swedroe  
    • Inflation Data
    •  Jim Cramer is an example of bad investment advice. Jim Cramer is more of an entertainer. John Bogle (creator of the first publicly traded index fund) is an example of good investment advice. Learn to identify the difference.