Have you ever had a lightbulb moment where you realized that the time and effort you were putting towards something just wasn’t worth it? Minesh Bhindi, a wealth manager, investor, speaker, and CEO of Perfect Portfolio did - and all it took was an unwanted call in the middle of the night to change a lightbulb. Now, he dedicates himself to coaching and mentoring others who want to experience more freedom in their lives and invest safely – but with maximum returns. He knows that investing can be risky, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing and don’t have good mentors in your corner. Listen in to learn some investment advice from a pro and hear how he balances his investment portfolio.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
3 Key Points
1.) Identify what you really want and build your portfolio with that goal in mind.
2.) Investing is hard - if you don’t know what you’re doing.
3.) Coaching and mentorship are critical to avoid costly and careless mistakes.
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