Money Roundup: Free Investing Guide Edition

by Michael on Dec 8, 2013

I recently spent some time assembling a short investing guide based on my own philosophy and experiences. The underlying premise is that successful investing doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, it probably shouldn’t be complicated.

Yes, there’s some basic knowledge required — that’s the point of the guide — but you really don’t need any specialized training to be successful. Rather, you just need a healthy dose of common sense and a bit of good, old-fashioned discipline.

The guide itself is 12 pages long and breaks things down into five simple steps. If you’re interested, just sign up to get my articles via e-mail and I’ll send you a link to download a free copy of your very own. 😉

Note: Existing e-mail subscribers will receive a download link inside this article or with the next weekly update. So if you’re already a subscriber and are reading this on the website, keep an eye on your inbox.

The target audience is those who are interested in building an investment portfolio but aren’t sure where to start. That being said, more seasoned investors might still enjoy the content — or might know someone who would benefit from reading it.

And now… Here are some articles that caught my eye this past week:

And finally, in honor of the winter storm that’s been blasting much of the country, here’s a reminder that you only have a few weeks left to claim the tax credit for energy-efficient home improvements.

That’s it. I hope you’ve been having a great weekend.

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