Can Confucius be your guide to the stock market?
What insight can you draw from Robert Frost or Plato or Mark Twain?
Well, you'd be surprised. Especially, perhaps if you happen to be a millennial.
You know the millennials, don't you? They're the ones born roughly between 1982 and 2004 -- the ones we keep reading about and hearing about. This is the first generation to come of age in the 21st century. It a big group that ranges in age from the teen years to 35. But mostly we identify them as people who are now in their 20's.
|Bryan M. Kuderna|
Enter Bryan M. Kuderna, founder of the Kuderna Financial Team.
Bryan is a Certified Financial Planner™, Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow, and an Investment Adviser Representative. He holds the following professional licenses: Life and Health Insurance in multiple states, FINRA Series 7, FINRA Series 65, FINRA Series 63, and FINRA Series 6.
That's a lot of professional bric a brac.
But don't let the titles and the licenses scare you away.
Because Bryan's a millennial. And it wasn't very long ago that he was a student at The College of New Jersey where he received his Bachelor of Science degree.
Bryan seems to have been a typical college student except that by applying himself early on, he appears to have gotten a jumpstart in his quest for financial freedom. And now he has written a book called Millennial Millionaire, A Guide to Becoming A Millionaire by 30.
If your eyes roll back into your head as soon as you begin to hear or read financial terminology, you're gonna be pleasantly surprised once you begin to peruse Bryan's concise guide. That's because it's simply written in plain language and chock full of straightforward tips on how to make money, retain it, manage it, make the most of it and be sure that it's around for your retirement sooner, rather than later. And if you think a million bucks is a staggering amount of money that will take you eons to accumulate (if at all) then you haven't acquainted yourself with Millennial Millionaire. Because in quick, easy chapters (the book is less than 150 pages) Bryan shows you how common financial instruments and practical strategies can help you reach your goals sooner than you might think.
But what about Yogi and Plato and Confucius and Mark Twain and all the rest? Where do they fit in?
Funny you should ask.
Bryan's book is peppered with entertaining and insightful observations from all of these and many others -- pithy quotes that conveniently link to the helpful points the author is making throughout. And you'll also find anecdotes in the book that will make you nod your head in recognition.
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