I am a single mother who is looking to invest my money. What suggestions do you have for something that will be good for short term earnings and long term as well?
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I’m a big fan of Ric Edelman, the Financial Advisor, who does a weekly radio show for decades. He says that his objective to help people become rich.
(Disclaimer: I’m a Client for several years and get nothing for giving this recommendation.)
He offers — and several of my coworkers have taken them up on it — to spend some time with ANYONE regardless of possible account size and help identify your goals and suggestions how to reach them.
One specific coworker had a job, a mortgaged house, and nothing else. One of their Financial Advisors has spent four hours with her over the last three months coaching her financially. So I’d recommend that you talk to one of these guys rather than trying to go it alone.
There is NO obligation to do business with them.
They are registered financial advisers which means they work in your best interest (i.e., the fiduciary standard).
They have an account minimum of 5k$ if you want to have them handle your investments. So, I’d say 1-800-call-ric or ricedelman dot com.
I worked on Wall Street for a couple of decades, managed my own portfolio, and I wish I had found them much sooner. Just my opinion.
Remember the sources of my education! I’m just a fat old white guy injineer with:
- Law “degree” from watching Judge Judy;
- Medical “degree” from watching Doctor Phil;
- Building “degree” from watching “Holmes on Homes”;
- Investing “degree” from reading about Bernie Made-off;
- Finance “degree”from listening to Ric Edelman;
- Sensitively managing Human Resources from watching Chef Ramsey; AND
- Creating loving / caring human relationships from studying the movie roles
of Gunny Ronald Lee Ermey!
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