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The coronavirus attack was fatal to the global economy. But some see this cloud of uncertainty through adaptability, including me. In light of market instability, we spend a lot of time reading financial trends, terminology, and general teachings. No matter what may or may not happen, I think now is a great time to learn more about investment.
S&P Global Financial Literacy Survey it turned out that overall financial literacy worldwide is small, and it is risk diversification is one of the least understood concepts, a particularly relevant topic in today’s economic climate. And this division is unevenly distributed by gender, social class and race. I reached out to my girlfriend Anna Sophie Hartwigsen, co-founder DenmarkWomen’s Invest and 2020 Forbes From 30 recipients under the age of 30, they shared some recommended resources to help get a balanced view of the financial landscape.
1. Invest as best you can (podcast)
Invest as best you can it’s a podcast hosted by Patrick O’Shaughnessy, CEO of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management. The podcast (and website) states that it is “an ongoing investigation into stocks, markets, investment strategies and ways of thinking.”
Why I like it: The presenter began his career in finance during the global financial crisis of 2008, a particularly difficult time for investment. But given the current situation, O’Shaughnessy breaks down the very relevant prospects, strategies and tips regarding the approach of today Stock Exchange and diversify risk by preparing for a rise.
2. Morningstar Investment Class (online course)
Morningstar is widely regarded as one of the industry’s leading independent financial research companies on mutual funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). This is a complete learning platform designed to introduce both new and experienced investors to the strategy of analyzing and evaluating the financial health of companies for future purchases.
Why I like it: For those interested in long-term strategies based on basic economic fundamentals, this is a fantastic course pursued by a prestigious financial institution. Lessons are easy to follow and language is easy to understand. Upon completion of this course they have a solid foundation for further developing your investment knowledge.
3. Magazine (podcast)
Hosting Wall Street Magazine,, Magazine it’s about money, business and power. It brings a personal account of economic and business developments around the world, exploring how certain developments can have a particular impact on the economy and avant-garde impact on society.
Why I like it: Accompanied by a fantastic podcast to demystify charts and numbers from real stories. For example, in one a recent episode, the hosts discuss how indebtedness resulting from the coronavirus crisis could lead to another financial crisis, outlining the mechanisms operating on the surface.
4. Investments for teapots (book)
An important guide for creating a quick but detailed review of investments: where to invest money to increase the profitability of IRAs and 401 (k) s, and identify new opportunities and weigh risks and returns. With hundreds of pages of accurate information, a great guide to learning theories and jargon.
Why I like it: Developed a well-organized, comprehensive introduction to investment and remains true to the promises of “mannequins”. In other words, an affordable introduction to conservative investing principles is a great place to start.
4. Women Invest (online training)
For decades, the financial industry has failed to include and attract women, both private investors and professionals, to management positions. In fact, the United States is made up of men 80 percent or more are financial advisors and at least 90 percent are mutual fund managers. The Women’s Investigation aims to bridge this gap and empower women through online courses, seminars and communities. As founder Anna-Sophie Hartwigsen comments, “instead of changing women, we need to change the framework.”
Why I like it: More than 20,000 women are already registered and registered as part of a community that has already established a strong presence in Europe. The site provides access to webinars, tutorials, events and communities to connect women interested in investing with a thriving network of like-minded people.