There’s been lots of conversation this past year about the importance of having multiple sources of income and not relying solely on your day job. Many of us are still dealing with the impact of the pandemic and like me, you’re probably thinking of the different ways you can supplement your income to ensure you have some cushion should something like this ever happen again. If so, then you’ll love today’s episode with Teri Ijeoma, founder and CEO of Invest with Teri! Teri teaches you how to supplement your daily, weekly or monthly income with trading so that you can live your best life.
Teri began her professional career working in education and non-profits. When she started trading stocks nine years ago, she initially saw it as an opportunity to simply supplement her income. However, she was so successful with this side hustle that in 2017, she decided to quit her job, travel the world, and begin trading full-time. She now offers an online curriculum that shares her investing strategies with people all over the world.
During the episode, we discuss:
- Her upbringing in Dallas, TX and college experience at MIT
- Her switch from being an educator to trading stocks and traveling full-time
- How you can learn how to trade, pick the right companies and make consistent gains
- Her advice for young people interested in investing but aren’t sure where to start
- Details about her Trade and Travel program
- What being a part of the African Diaspora means to her
Learn how to trade and travel: https://itradeandtravel.lpages.co/1000aday/
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“We’re some of the hardest working and creative people on earth. Just being a part of that legacy means we can rule the world.” – Teri Ijeoma