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Tackle Today: Learn About Market Funds – Webinar Tonight!

November 8, 2021

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Bull markets don’t require expert stock picking to participate. Profiting can be as simple as buying a widely diversified basket of equities – a fund, in other words.

To help you understand the nuances of the various funds available, Coach Greg “Old Money” Holmes is hosting a special webinar on our YouTube channel tonight at 8:30 PM EST. In it, he will teach the following:

✅ What is a Mutual Fund?

✅ What is an Index Fund?

✅ What is an Exchange Traded Fund?

✅ What are the performance metrics of each fund?

✅ What is the fee structure of each fund?

You’ll leave the webinar with a much better understanding of how to select the best funds. We’d love to have you join us. Click on the button below to go to the YouTube webinar and set a reminder.

Chart of the Day: United States Steel Jumps

Chart of the Day: United States Steel Jumps (X Chart)

News of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passing over the weekend is boosting steel stocks like United States Steel this morning. X stock is up 7.3% right out of the gate. Let’s see if the rally has legs.

Video of the day: Investing for Beginners – Understanding Market Funds [WEBINAR REPLAY]

Watch again this fun and informative live event with Coach Greg “Old Money” Holmes where he will teach you:

✅ What is a Mutual Fund?

✅ What is an Index Fund?

✅ What is an Exchange Traded Fund?

✅ What are the performance metrics of each fund?

✅ What is the fee structure of each fund?

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