Published On: Sun, Jan 12th, 2014

How Can I Start Investing?

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I get this question a lot and it’s probably the easiest one to answer. My answer begins with a question. How much time do you have? If you’re like Sweet Georgia Brown then you might not have the time required.

Take a little time to watch my latest video; I will give you an easy way to start investing as well as a good book to start with if you are ready to invest in individual stocks.

Plus, I beg for porridge. Watch it simply for that fact.

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LaTisha Styles

LaTisha Styles is a motivational speaker, millennial money expert, and spokesperson specializing in simple finance for millennials.
LaTisha is the producer and host of Young Finances TV, a weekly series featuring funny, insightful videos on the basics of personal finance. LaTisha has been quoted in Forbes and Mainstreet, featured in The Economist, and mentioned in US News as a top personal finance expert to follow on Twitter.
You can follow LaTisha on Twitter for daily millennial money tips to budget, invest and achieve success!
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- LaTisha Styles is a motivational speaker, millennial money expert, and spokesperson specializing in simple finance for millennials. LaTisha is the producer and host of Young Finances TV, a weekly series featuring funny, insightful videos on the basics of personal finance. LaTisha has been quoted in Forbes and Mainstreet, featured in The Economist, and mentioned in US News as a top personal finance expert to follow on Twitter. You can follow LaTisha on Twitter for daily millennial money tips to budget, invest and achieve success!

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