Invest in Your Financial Education

Investing in your financial education is believed to be the second principle in wealth creation.  In order for your capital to grow faster, you need to take measures that help educate you on some key aspects of finance and investment. Acquiring knowledge in finance and investment is key to wealth creating and wealth management.

The Bible even says, “For lack of knowledge, my people perished” (Hosea 4:6). So in order to stay strong financially, acquire some knowledge. It is possible to profit from investments and difference market conditions when you know what you are doing.
Your financial intelligence is key to your financial growth and every improvement will pay dividends for a life time.
These are some ways to invest in financial education.
1. Register for Short Financial Courses:
Most of these short courses do not require much time and money, however, their results on your financial life are immeasurable. With my coaching sessions, you’ll get the chance to ask face to face questions, focus on real securities in the Ghanaian market, learn from my mistakes and successes, and get access to my investment management tools and database.
2. Find free video channels on finance online:
Some examples of these free video channel or sites include KhanAcademy.org (One place I can’t stop visiting). You can learn  virtually everything  here when it come to Finance and Investment.
I don’t want to forget, one of my favorite classrooms, Alison.com . This is where everything begun for me. I still love it.
Finally, Investopedia.com is another lovely site you can visit for financial education.  
3. Follow my YouTube Playlist:
Peagama Finance Class playlist has great videos that will help you understand finance better. Don’t be disturbed if you don’t understand some of the sophisticated finance terms, it’s just a matter of time. You will get there one day. Remember “he who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying.“-Friedrich Nietzsche.



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