If you search online for “how to invest” or “how to open a brokerage account,” you’ll see almost 7 billion results.
That’s right, 7 billion articles, videos and forum posts that showcase the bare minimum of information and then send novice investors on their way to “conquer” the market.
That’s like taking Astronomy 101 in college and then immediately trying to go to the moon with NASA.
Both missions are bound to fail.
After all, a Dalbar report showed that in the 20 years ending in 2018, the average investor generated an annualized return of just 1.9%. Comparatively, the S&P 500 showed an average annualized return of 5.6% over that period.
That’s why Alexander Green has created a new three-part video series, Investing 201.
What Is Investing 201?
Rather than focus on the topics that are easily answered by nearly 7 billion other sources, the Investing 201 series dives into the more nuanced and equally important principles of successful investing.
Alex will answer some of the most critical investing questions, such as “What is a good stock to buy?” “How do I build a strong portfolio?” and “How can I ensure I buy low and sell high?”
Each episode of Investing 201 is short but filled with invaluable financial knowledge that only a longtime expert could know.
Your professor is no stranger to you. He authors two Liberty Through Wealth columns a week and is The Oxford Club’s Chief Investment Strategist. I’m talking about Alexander Green, a 20-plus-year veteran of the financial space and award-winning investment strategist. Alex has seen portfolio success through the dot-com boom and bust, housing bubble, 2008 recession, and 2020 coronavirus crash.
Whether you are new to the markets or want to sharpen your investing skill set, Alex’s new – and entirely FREE – YouTube series is for you.
If you want to “enroll” in Investing 201, check out the first episode.
In the first episode, you’ll discover…
- The one question that can help you avoid hundreds of ill-informed investments
- Why most investors aren’t diversified
- The four portfolio-killing mistakes made by nearly every investor (likely including you!)
- And so much more…
P.S. Stay tuned for Episode 2 tomorrow and Episode 3 on Saturday!