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Learn How to Start Investing for Retirement From An Ex Investment Banker and Harvard MBA
Ask anyone you know if they are saving and investing enough money for retirement and you'll be met with a blank stare or shrug. But if you ask them if they think social security will be enough for them to live off of during retirement, the answer is usually the same: NO.
This free hour-long workshop will guide you so that you can open your first investment account and start investing! If you already have a 401(k) account or IRA, that's even better because it'll help you make better investment decisions.
The free workshop will teach you:
- Why investing for retirement is one of the most important things you can do
- How to leverage the power of compound interest to make your money work for YOU
- The #1 way to create a simple and effective investment portfolio with index funds
- How to earn your fair share of stock market returns
- To feel confident making investment decisions
Registration is free.
Date: Thursday, December 17, 2020
Time: 2:00 p.m ET / 11:00 a.m PT
Even if you cannot make it live, register anyway and we'll send out a workshop replay. Hope to see you live!
After graduating with two Ivy League degrees in business (MBA and B.S. in Finance), Camilo felt extremely self-conscious about the fact that he didn't know how to invest his money. Having been raised in a low-income single-parent household, he was simply never taught these lessons growing up, and all of his formal training was in corporate finance.
But after speaking to his peers who came from all walks of life, he realized that he wasn't the exception. Nearly everyone he spoke to confided in him that they were confused, scared, or just too intimidated to start investing.
Fast forward several years and Camilo is now a Senior Personal Finance Contributor at Forbes.com, CEO of TheFinanceTwins.com, and a recognized speaker and personal finance educator.
Camilo has an MBA from Harvard University and a Bachelor's degree in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. You can reach out to him @thefinancetwins.