You Can Be Your Own Money Manager
Does anyone care as much about managing your money as you do?
The reality is that it's easier than ever to be in control of your own money. Over your lifetime, hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of dollars will pass through your hands. And you have the potential to increase that sum, or even retain it (rather than losing it in the stock market, or to fees and taxes).
Many people are scared of taking control, but control doesn't mean you have to know it all. You can still partner with people who help you make decisions. Control is about having your money live in places and institutions that don't lock your money away and make choices on your behalf. You just need to have the desire to change a few of your money habits to get more desirable results for yourself.
When you leave your money in assets you don't control, those institutions take risks with your money. They lend your money out to other people. They profit while paying you pennies on the dollar in interest.
What if taking control of your money could give you more stability, more certainty, more growth, and more freedom to do what you want?
To learn more, watch my whole video below.
BONUS: Check out this conversation with Jean Eells, PhD. She's the founder of E Resources Group, which offers education on agriculture and the environment.
Additional Bonus Content:
Banks vs. Insurers During the Great Depression, by Bob Murphy
E Resources Group (from the above video)