In the world of investing and financial planning, understanding the fundamentals wins. Personal finance guru Greg McGraime shares the secrets he teaches executives at Fortune 500 companies. With over 30 years of experience helping people just like you reach their goals, he offers time-tested advice you can apply immediately to execute a winning investment strategy.
No matter where you are in your investment planning stages, the strategies and recommendations in this accessible audio course offer just what you need to meet your goals. In 24 lively audio lectures that you can enjoy while commuting or exercising, you will master the skills and strategies employed by America’s top investing experts.
A seasoned personal wealth advisor and broker, Greg McGraime leads workshops for companies like Google, Yahoo, HCA, and Intuit. These talks allow you to sit in the audience of one of his celebrated workshops, learning the answers to questions like these:
- How do you create a solid investment plan that best suits your needs?
- Should you be investing in individual stocks or mutual funds?
- How can you get the most wealth from buying and selling your home?
- How should you prepare for retirement?
- When should you buy or sell an investment?
- What’s the best way to save for college?
After exploring these and many more topics, you will walk away with deep wisdom and renewed confidence about your personal finances.
This course is part of the Learn25 collection.
Cosa pensano gli ascoltatori di Investing 101: How to Save, Invest, and Secure Your Retirement
- Tom McGowan
Highly useful information clearly presented
I found this course well-organized and packed with practical and well-supported information. The presentation was lively and engaging. Personally, I appreciate it when material is presented directly by the expert rather than through a narrator. McGraime knows his stuff and doesn't have either an ax to grind or something to sell. The basic tenets of this series guide our family investment decisions and are informing our retirement planning. Very good material. At times, McGraime repeats himself, but I found this reinforced his main points making them more memorable.