In “How To Start Investing In Stocks For A Complete Beginner”, you will learn how to buy stocks so that you can get your money working for you. This is the first step toward financial freedom. Imagine a life where you work only if you want to work. You are free to spend your time doing what you want, when you want without worrying about money. Opening a brokerage account and investing in stocks is the first step toward that life, but you have to know how to do that, and it will go much faster if you can avoid the costly mistakes that beginning investors make. This isn’t a get rich quick scheme, this is the power of compound returns. It starts out slow, but give it enough time and it can fund any lifestyle you can imagine.
You can find this information all over the internet. The problem is that they
are unable to give the information in a format that is easy to understand
they get commissions or kickbacks when you buy things that aren’t ideal for you
don’t get you to take action.
I have used my knowledge and experience as a personal finance teacher to create a course that:
is easy to understand.
unbiased for commissions or kickbacks
I have included lessons on opening up your first brokerage account all the way to choosing investments. The course also includes quizzes and a complete video walkthrough to make sure that you are able to take action on what you learned. At the end of this course you will have opened your brokerage account and started making investments all while avoiding the mistakes most beginners make, so you can become financially free.
This lecture shows students what to look for when choosing their stock brokerage firm and gives some of the current best options.
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Table of my current favorite brokerage account providers showing the fees, and benefits of each.
This lecture discusses the pros and cons of the different types of accounts: regular brokerage account, traditional IRA, and ROTH IRA.
This lecture discusses the importance of asset allocation and its effect on total investment returns.
This lecture goes through best practices for choosing asset allocations. How to get the most returns with the least volatility.
This article shows the results of 3 different allocations during a backtesting analysis. Shows the compound annual growth rate as well as the volatility, and worst loss during the time period.
This lecture discusses the importance of rebalancing as well as strategies for optimizing your rebalances to keep your portfolio on target.
This lecture talks about the characteristics of three investment vehicles: stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs.
This lecture gives insight in choosing the best investments to maximize your returns.
This article shows the best investment choices organized by investment vehicle. Each choice includes a description of the goal that it accomplishes as well as the expense ratio and minimum investment.
This video is a walkthrough of setting up a brokerage account from start to finish.
This video is a walkthrough of buying a mutual fund and then an ETF from start to finish.
Zack Neilson teaches Personal Finance and is the SAT and ACT test preparation instructor for his high school. He is the owner and operator of AZ Money Coach, and creates courses on Udemy. Zack has his masters degree in Secondary Education and is uniquely qualified for breaking down the complicated subject of money in a logical way with maximum results. He loves thinking about money and finances and reads everything he can find on the subject. Zack has been able to leverage his knowledge on finances to create a life of freedom on a modest teacher’s salary. His goal is to pay forward the blessings that he has received by helping as many people as possible to realize the abundance that he has been able to achieve.