My favourite part of the course was tracking my finances it felt like one significant but highly ignored aspect of financial growth. To be frank I had non I only lived in dreams, had no strategy whatsoever and risked alot and lost great amount of cash example in forex market. I entered the course with several goals which are to know how to save, how to get multiple sources of income and how to invest to fund my future lifestyle dreams. I have launched a vehicle that has boarded towards my long term goals and purpose, I have a clear view towards where am headed
My favourite part of the course was the case scenarios/examples covered by Val and Rina. They made all the lessons learnt from the course very practical. I also benefitted a lot from the weekly live Q&A sessions. Before investable, I thought I knew almost everything there is to investing here but my knowledge was very shallow. After Investable, I feel better equipped to make the right investments according to my goals.
As a person who thought I already have some financial knowledge there are 2 modules that I thought would be helpful. 1. Importance of breaking down goals into 3 areas, in fact during the course I immediately set up a standing order to build a low-risk emergency fund and re started sending funds to my pension fund which I had paused 2. The podcast featuring Kevin. I found those extremely helpful. I hope I will be able to get in touch with Kevin to aggressively start working on my real estate goal which had temporarily paused.
Alternative investments was my favourite part of the course as this was a subject i had little knowledge of. I am now on course implementing the lessons learnt in Investable.
My favourite part was also my most challenging, which was identifying my goals and classifying them. When I chose to do the course, I thought I will be told where to put my money, I did not think it connected to my goal or even values. The course was eye-opening and made my life easier when deciding where to invest and for what.
My favorite part of the course was section 4, it taught me how to link my goals and my money. I had a few savings and taking the course enlightened me on how to grow the money. My investment goal was to increase my savings towards my emergency fund and and be consistent in buying stocks at the NSE. I have so far achieved to save four months EF which was my target. Am now focusing on savings and buying shares.