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What is a #MoneyMover?

A money mover is a person that takes finances seriously.  They understand that there is money to be made by investing and trading stocks.  A #MoneyMover understands the secret to making money in stocks, is staying invested long-term, through good times and bad.  I was able to retire from Corporate America at 37 years old because I was moving my money while working.  I started several side businesses, and eventually was able to retire after hitting a million in the stock market.  It's never too late to start, but the sooner you start investing and learning about the stock market, the better off you will be!  Let me teach you! 

There is no need to rush!  I will take my time with you and simplify the process.  I know it can get overwhelming looking at all the stock charts and percentages they show on social media.  

Start with my basic stock term flashcards.  If you have children, go through the cards with them!  Learn together, its rewarding in the end.  

How does financial literacy contribute to financial wellness?

"Financial wellness depends in part on how well individuals navigate the myriad of financial decisions faced in the normal course of life. Financial literacy is knowledge and understanding that enable sound financial decision making and effective management of personal finances. As such, financial literacy contributes to financial well-being."


When it comes to teaching your kids about the stock market,
it can pay to start early!

Financial literacy at a young age may correlate with higher net worth in your 20's and beyond, according to a study by the research organization Brookings Institute.

Understanding the stock market is a key element of financial literacy. Yet, it can be intimidating. The key may be to break down complex topics into simpler ideas that your children can understand. Slowly introduce the concepts as your child grows up. You will be giving them a powerful tool for building long-term wealth and setting them up for adulthood. Start with my printable stock markets flashcards.  

Learn investing basic terms with these Print and Fold flash cards. This technique worked for me and my 14 year old daughter. 


According to a Yale study, using flashcards can be a very effective self-testing approach. Even the act of making flashcards is a way to “work” the information, challenging you to think about which information to have on one side and the related description on the other.

It is important to use the flashcards multiple times. Just like the first time you review any relatively new information, the first time you use the flashcards may be a bit overwhelming or frustrating because of the “forgetting” that has occurred. Here’s the good news: with repetition, you will remember more and more, therefore forgetting less and less.


Because of the nature of the content there will be no refunds once purchased.  These cards will be for you to keep forever, you can go through them at your own pace.  I will continue to add relevant terms, free of charge. 



Stay tuned for educational videos!

Below is an example of "trading" in the stock market.  I will post more videos on trading, gradually.  Please note, there is a difference between investing and trading. 

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