Have you asked yourself one of these questions in the past month?
Do I have enough money in my retirement account?
Will my child have enough money to go to the college of his or her choice?
If I lose my job, do I have enough money saved to support myself and my family until I can get another job?
Am I happy with my investment portfolio's recent gains?
If this sounds familiar, keep reading.
Some of us are not reaching our economic goals despite the fact that the S&P crept up 9.5% in 2016?*
Many of my subscribers, who are very smart people, reach out to me weekly & ask me what stocks to buy.
What prevented them from investing in an index ETF last year so that they could have benefited from last year's market gains?
So much information and so little time
My subscribers say that they want to learn more about investing but they don't have the time to do intensive market research.
They find that reading about companies, industries and investing methods is very time consuming.
But, when the pain of not acting is greater than the pain of acting, it's time for something different
Sound investing requires spending time conducting research and developing a personal investing strategy. If you can do this effectively on your own for free, then go ahead.
If you're looking for a better way...
Charisse Says NEXT LEVEL - How to Make Money in the Stock Market
Charisse Conanan Johnson, CFA (chartered financial analyst), is an investing wealth expert, writer, public speaker and TV personality. Charisse is the creator of the Charisse Says platform, where she actively blogs and has also produced the Charisse Says Show and Charisse Says Online Academy, where she makes investing simple, easy, and fun. Charisse has also been featured as a financial expert on FOX News and Experian. Charisse is a financial contributor to the Huffington Post and American Express OPEN Forum. She has pursued a life of purpose by investing in financial markets, teaching, building businesses, and stepping out on faith.
In addition to her work on Charisse Says, Charisse is currently a Partner and Head of the Chicago office at Next Street Financial, which provides financial and strategic advice to small businesses and the organizations that support them.
Charisse is also a General Partner for the Bulldog Innovation Group, a venture fund focused on Yale alums investing in entrepreneurs with a Yale affiliation.
Prior to launching the Charisse Says platform, Charisse was Founder and CEO of Smarteys, a financial services company that built web-based tools that helped college grads manage their finances. Prior to building Smarteys, Charisse was a Vice President at JPMorgan Asset Management in New York City. She conducted stock market research as a generalist, and her research covered 18% of the $10billion JPMorgan Mid Cap Value Fund.
Charisse is also a graduate of Yale University and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. She loves building relationships, traveling, sports, and exploring the world through international cuisine. Charisse resides in Hyde Park with her husband.
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