Investment knowledge is the foundation of financial success and, ultimately, financial freedom.— Thobelani Maphumulo, author - Invest Your Way to Wealth
This week Ray White (in for Whitfield) spoke to Thobelani Maphumulo, author of “Invest Your Way to Wealth”.
Description by publisher Penguin Random House South Africa:
How do you grow your capital while still preserving it?
And how do you use investment vehicles to contribute positively to your financial freedom and comfortable retirement?
The answer is simple: financial education is the precursor to good investment decision-making.
“Invest Your Way to Wealth” is the guide to financial literacy.
From asset classes to forex markets, the time value of money, risky and risk-free assets, cap rates, property, debt, SMMEs and angel investors, Thobelani Maphumulo explains the financial terms and concepts ordinary South Africans need to know to become financially savvy quickly and, ultimately, to retire financially secure.
Easy to understand, practical and informative, “Invest Your Way to Wealth” is essential reading for fledgeling investors who need a trustworthy and accessible guide to a range of investment options that will help preserve and grow their capital before they engage expensive experts.
By using the knowledge and tools provided in this book, you, too, can watch your money grow.
For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.
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