Hello, SOTGC community,
There’s a relatively new movement among young, socially conscious professionals. Instead of investing in the stock market or real estate, young professionals often prefer to invest their money in ways that will enhance their communities. Earning a good return on their money is a secondary consideration.
As you can see from watching this interview that aired on ABC 7 Los Angeles, I’m skeptical about this method of investing.
I make no secret of the fact that I’m an advocate of the stock market. That’s how I built my wealth. And now I teach other women how to become successful stock market investors.
If you follow the 5 Rules That Helped Me Become a Millionaire, you can build wealth with potentially higher gains and lower risk than investing in your neighborhood store.
If you are self-employed and live in the San Diego area, consider attending my next Lunch & Learn on Thurs, October 23 in Mission Valley. I’ll be joined Mary Beth Storjohann, Founder of Workable Wealth. We’ll be providing tips on how to conquer the entrepreneur’s greatest challenge: budgeting, saving, and investing for retirement on a variable or unpredictable income.
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