While women are confident in many areas of their financial lives, they have historically felt less confident or no confidence when it comes to investing. Why? Sarah Charles begins with the question “What is confidence?,” a question that Kitty Kay and Claire Shipman set out to answer in their New York Times bestselling book The Confidence Code. She then takes the lessons learned from The Confidence Code and applies them to the basic principles of investing on the hopes that more women will answer “Yes” when asked: are you confident when it comes to investing?
Sarah Charles, CSRIC™, AIF® / Director of Business Strategy, Sr. Financial Advisor, DHG Wealth Advisors
Date: November 1, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
CPE: 1 hour CPE, pending approval
- CPE Credit: One hour of CPE (pending approval)
- Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
- Prerequisites / Advanced Preparation: None
- Course Level: Basic
- Participants: Individuals seeking to learn more about saving and investment strategies
- Program Content: High level discussion on developing more confidence when making financial decisions
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