Today, with the evolution of the internet and gadgets getting more hi-tech. It's just impossible to say that there is limited source of financial knowledge. Financial freedom resources can be found anywhere, you just have to know where to look and whom to ask. I will site a few examples.
A lot of financial freedom blogs such as this blog you're reading now. Things such as Make Money Online and Make Money through Business resources are just about anywhere on the internet. It's also not too hard to learn about the different kinds of investment vehicles such as stocks, and mutual funds through the online investment encyclopedia, investopedia. Join facebook fanpages that advocates the same set of goals you have for your finances. If you want join this blog's facebook page, just search for "Every Peso Counts" on facebook and get updated on the latest articles here.
Do you know that by simply talking to bank tellers, insurance agents, stock brokers you can easily get "free information" and increase your financial vocabulary which is essential to attaining financial freedom? I noticed this when I attempted to invest on a mutual fund product and happen to learn a lot of things through the agent that presented me the investment product. Just lend an ear and keep an open mind.
Newspapers, books, magazines
Books such as Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad (see my top 5 financial advice people and top 5 financial advice books) offers a chunk of knowledge on how to attain financial freedom. You can read about financial articles on some news paper columns or magazines that are all about making money or saving money. My office friends recently subscribed me for a one year subscription of a money magazine.
So there you have it, a head start. Explore now and try to attract more people like you who are interested in attaining financial freedom.
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