Introduction to Investing
A Tool Belt for Investment Newbies
Many see the concept of investing their money as too intimidating or too risky. Instead of taking the time to learn the basics and benefits, they do their best to blindly save their money and hope that it’s enough to live off of come retirement. The good news is, you don’t need to be a financial advisor, a mathematician, or a man to understand the fundamentals and importance of investing. Nor do you need to throw your hard-earned money into risky situations. You just need guidance from the right coach who’s been in your shoes and can understand your financial frustrations and confusion.
My Introduction to Investing sessions establish a welcoming environment that removes the intimidating stigma that many attach to investment education. It’s a safe, inclusive space for women to gain knowledge and confidence around basic investing terminology and practices.
Introduction to Investing Benefits
You don’t need to have years of industry experience to gain a foundational understanding of investing – you just need the right coach to break things down in a way that’s easy to comprehend.
Investing doesn’t need to be intimidating. I’ve curated a basic curriculum that caters to women who aren’t looking to become wealth advisors but hope to establish a new level of confidence.
1-on-1 or Group Settings
Introduction to Investing can be held in either individual or group sessions. You have the option to explore the basics of investing on your own or with your husband, children, friends, and coworkers.
“I contracted with Allie Sprinkle to hold an informational meeting about women and their understanding of their financial resources. Not just a flyover of reading a financial statement 101. But how to access/plan/react/and change their circumstances. Allie performed, taught, and gained many confidences. She since has helped several with individual needs and most importantly empowered many to know and understand their own wealth management. Thankful to have her in my resource belt!”
- Heidi S.