Most working class people aren't ready to invest meaning they're drowning in debt, don't have an emergency fund and they don't understand how investments work, yet they always ask "what should I invest in?" Let me first say this, in no way, shape or form is this post or any other post on this site intended to be considered financial advice, legal council or any other form of professional opinion. I'm NOT a licensed financial adviser or planner. This post and site in general is for information purposes only. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, I usually don't answer that question because it's really a loaded question. What a person invests in has a lot to do with what they want in the end and because that's different for everyone I try to stay a way from such loaded questions. However I do know that there are places that you can find double digit returns if you're looking for long term growth. This video is one of my early shows, Talking Money in the Morning LIVE and I actually showed live via screen share where to find great returns via Vanguard. Check it out and let me know what you think. BTW fast forward to the 7 minute mark to skip the intro.
Talking Money in The Morning LIVE! How to get higher returns on investments with Vanguard.
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