Investment education is a big deal to us. Without it, we’d be hard pressed to say that we’d be where we are today. Before you get started with reading our most current educational pieces, we’ve pinned a very popular read for you on this very page, “So You Want To Be A Full-Time Investor? Follow These Ten Tips.” We suggest that you read it as it takes some of GeoInvesting co-founder Maj Soueidan’s insights as to what you have to consider if you think you have what it takes to quit your day job. After you digest this information, enjoy the rest and look for regular updates!
By Maj Soueidan, Co-founder, GeoInvesting
I began my full-time investor career path while in college between 1988 to 1992. From time to time, I find myself struggling to shed some of the bad habits that get in the way of maximizing my investment experience. I think a lot of investors can sympathize with these problems, so I decided to make a top ten list of rules to follow for those that are thinking about becoming a full-time investor. Hopefully, this will help you learn from my experience. Read the entire article here…
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