Investing in QUALITY and for the Long Term

If you follow my content, you will notice that I am constantly making reference to the importance of investing in QUALITY and for the LONG TERM.

I understand some people might be wondering what exactly I mean by that.

In today’s post, I summarized it in simple terms.

I share *some* of the many metrics I look into when evaluating individual stocks or funds such as ETFs, Index Funds. 


Know that this is the type of information I teach in my courses. I show my students exactly how to research and identify high-quality investments to build an investment portfolio they can be proud of.

What investing in QUALITY means to me:

What investing for the “long term” means to me:

Found this information helpful? Want to learn more?

For our Stocks class: Join the waiting list for the Fall 2020 edition of our Stock Investing Bootcamp for beginners. Enrollment will open soon.

For ETFs/Index Funds: Enroll in our high rated funds course which is available year-round. You can check out details here.

Questions? Comments? Let me know below 🙂

One thought on “Investing in QUALITY and for the Long Term

  1. Anita Watkins

    Hi there! I love your energy and enthusiam!! I have a question for you. Do you know any good ways that i can purchase stocks or etf’s for my grown children? Ive been giving them $100 each birthday for a few years. But since ive discovered investing, i want to pass it on to my kids. My husband recommends buying them cd’s, but im much more excited about the stock market. Any ideas? It would be easier if they were all under 18, but alas, this is what ive got 🙂 Thanks again! Anita Watkins

    On Wed, Sep 30, 2020, 12:28 PM Girl$ on The Money wrote:

    > Girl$ on The Money posted: ” If you follow my content, you will notice > that I am constantly making reference to the importance of investing in > QUALITY and for the LONG TERM. I understand some people might be wondering > what exactly I mean by that. In today’s post, I summarize” >

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