Benjamin Franklin once said, “If a man empties his purse into his head, no one can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”
Those wise words from a very wise man still hold true today.
And I hope you’ll forgive me for using them as another shameless plug for our monthly newsletter Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English.
You see, there’s more investment information available today than at any other time in history. However, the problem you face with this information overload is twofold.
First, you need to know how to discern the BS from the real deal. Second, you should know that you don’t have to be a millionaire to get million-dollar advice.
So, in order to make the best decision for your interests you must determine how to filter the information that’s available to you.
Let’s look at some or your choices:
Research published by major investment firms
Newsletters published by private firms
Your “Cousin Eddie”
Most research published by the big boyz is hard to understand (it’s too technical and is slanted towards their own products).
Most newsletter published by private firms are written by copywriters with little or no experience in the markets.
Cousin Eddie? LOL!
Financial$Matter is different in that we have over 108 years of combined hands-on experience in the investment world.
We make understanding Wall Street so simple that you’ll have to have someone help you to mis-understand it.
Simplicity is our strength.
And for the price of a couple of lattes, our newsletter is a steal.
If you like our emails, you’ll love our newsletter.
Discover what Ben Franklin was talking about (HERE).