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What I learned from reading 100+ Money & Finance books For the past 4 years, my passion has been to read and apply the greatest financial & money …

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  1. Over the last few years I have also learned so much about investing, saving tax etc. Wish I had done it sooner in my life (i.e. 18) instead of waiting until I am in my 50s. I urge all younger people reading this to invest NOW.

  2. Hi Jennifer. What share buying platform do you use? I’ve looked at Hargreaves, IG and Ajbell, however there fees/charges are quite high to buy and sell 😟 I’ve looked at Freetrade and trading212 but I’m hesitant as there are a lot of negative reviews on line about them. I don’t know who to choose. Id greatly appreciate your opinion on this? Thank you

  3. I'm investing in a Vanguard lifestrategy fund through a stocks and shares ISA but I'd also like to buy individual stocks through trading 212, but I'm only aloud one stocks and shares ISA per year. my one is with vanguard. What can I do to buy individual stocks without paying tax on my gains I'd like to invest in both.

  4. Nice video. Really well shot. Thanks for all the videos. The intelligent investor is a favourite of mine (if someone is buying it today you can get a version that summarises each chapter as the book can be quite dense). Tony Robbins more recent book Unshakable covers most of what he talks about in Money Master the game with less of his overhype style that Tony Robbins is known for.

  5. Thanks for this video. You suggest Vanguard has low fees for many of its financial products. I find regular savers last one year so there isn't time for much compounding.

  6. Thanks for your content Jennifer. I subscribe to several YouTube channels on investing and crypto currency. I also started reading about a year ago, my first book was Rich dad poor dad, I then read the richest man in Babylon, the science of getting rich, think and grow rich and several others. Although these books are written by millionaires who invest huge amounts of money I learnt to invest with what I could afford. You can apply the same principles on a scale that suits your individual income. I cut down on spending on unnecessary things and prioritising my spending, so I spend less on things I use the least. I have been able to invest 30% of my income for the past 2 years now split between crypto currency and a self invested stocks and shares ISA. With the way things are going with central bank currency creation and more debt on top of debt, cash in the bank is dead money…..

  7. Great video Jennifer! I really appreciate your content and I find it is super spot-on lately.
    I am now reading "One up on Wall Street", it was one of the first books that came as a recommendation when I started looking for investment books (before I found your channel), but next on my list as some of your top recommendations ("Go fund yourself" and "The science of getting rich").

  8. Funny how 80 20 works. I was a salesman and 20% of my customers always delivered 80% of my results. Have you ever done a video specifically about bonds? I can't seem to get my head round them. I suppose I could just let Vanguard decide but I am likely to be wanting to invest a lump sum so timing might be more crucial. Have a suspicion now might not be the best time for bonds. ie would it be better to buy bonds in a time of rapid equity growth?

  9. Thank you for your content. When I found your channel last July I set a goal of £50,000 by 27 – I just checked and I'm on £49,700 and I'm getting paid two days before my birthday to hit the goal. Next up is £100,000 by 30 💪 My goal is homeownership.

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