In the midst of the economic outfall from the COVID-19 pandemic, many investors are wondering whether to buy, sell, or hold their current stock position, along with many other burning investing questions. Andy Tanner, the founder of the Cash Flow Academy and Rich Dad's Advisor on Paper Assets, explains that what sets apart those who will come out ahead versus those who lose money at a time like this boils down to one question: “do you want advice or do you want to get smarter?”
Learn how to calculate market capitalization, why it’s important for your investing strategy, and how to build a stock portfolio that balances risk and return.
Learn what an Initial Public Offering (IPO) is, how they work, where to find them, and when it’s a good idea to invest in one.
Discover how to perform a security risk analysis. Learn step-by-step methods to analyze the systematic & unsystematic risk of any security.
Learn how to use stock sectors to reduce risk, improve returns, and balance your stock portfolio.
Learn the 3 questions to help you choose what stock market investing strategy is right for you.
Learn what a WealthFit balanced portfolio is and how to balance yours with businesses, paper, commodities, and real estate
Learn to read and understand any company’s 10-K report to accurately gauge the company’s health and make an informed investment decision.
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Do you wish you could pick up a stock sheet and understand all of it? Learn how to read a stock like a pro and speak the language of seasoned stock investors.
Your 401(k) is doing nothing for you. Learn how to become an investor and start saving in a way that will ACTUALLY benefit you.
You don’t have money—yet. Learn how to begin businesses, invest in real estate, and make your start in the stock market from scratch.
Tons of people have investments, but only a few are great investors. What makes the difference? Here’s a hint: it’s not luck.
A stock is simply a piece of ownership in a company. But the stock market is a complex environment.