The seasons are (finally) changing. And with the freshness of summer in the air comes a fresh new look for Wall Street Survivor Courses.
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We’ve given our Courses homepage a complete makeover, with splashes of color and an awesome new way to discover the topics that you want to learn about.
The thinking behind this facelift was simple. We understand that you not only want to learn about the stock market, but how you can use the stock market to your advantage; how you can invest – as well as manage – your money in the best possible way to reach your financial goals. So we’ve broken down Courses into 2 main categories: Investing and Personal Finance.
Investing Courses tackle the complex topics of financial investments – and the jargon that goes along with them – and boils them down to the basics. To what you need to know. To the meat.
But learning how to invest your money soundly is only half the battle. People tend to think that the key to financial empowerment is picking the right stocks or investing in the best mutual fund, but it’s so much more than that. Personal Finance Courses cover the other side of finance: money management. Knowing how to save and spend your money is just as (if not, more) important as investing it.
So whether you’re looking to get involved in the stock market, or how to pay off your debt and budget correctly, or both, we’ve got you covered!
Check out the new pages and let us know what you think. You can shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
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