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Podcast #17 - Investing 101: Back to the Basics

How much do you know about your investments and how they’re working for you?

Keil Financial Partners believes that the more you know about your money, the better decisions you’ll make.

In this episode, Jeremy Keil brings the world of investing back to its basics. From the different types of investments to how each investment type works to serve you, Jeremy breaks down the ins and outs of the investing world to help you better understand what options are available for you and your needs.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The four major types of investments
  • Why the belief that you can’t lose money with individual bonds is a myth
  • What to consider when investing in real estate
  • Ways to diversify your investments
  • The difference between active and passive investments
  • And more!

Tune in now to brush up on your investing knowledge with Jeremy Keil!

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