Learn how to take control of your finances for under $40

Be your own accountant and handle your assets with this personal finance class bundle.

  • As we navigate the global pandemic, staying on top of your finances is essential.
  • Financial freedom is possible by focusing on budgeting and investing wisely.
  • Accumulating long-term wealth is a skill that can be learned, and this Personal Finance Master Class Bundle can help.

The stock market may have rebounded, but roughly half of Americans don't own any stock. Thankfully, learning how to budget and invest are skills that anyone can learn.

The Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle is your ticket to financial freedom. The nine courses featured in the bundle include detailed instructions on how to manage your personal finances, the skills needed to trade stocks, and the fundamentals of real estate.

Three courses focus on managing personal finances—an especially valuable skill at a time when consumer spending is down and unemployment is on everyone's minds. The first course puts your bank account into perspective by honing in on the three pillars of personal finance: saving, protecting, and making money. Twenty-five exercises show you how to accomplish this trio.

The bundle also includes a personal finance masterclass offering six hours of lessons that will help you gain the tools you need to manage and build your wealth so you can attain a new level of financial independence. Another course shows you the ins and outs of today's economy by introducing you to a few simple, proven laws of money management.

For those wishing to invest, two classes on day trading will point you in the right direction. If real estate is more your speed, two more courses help you analyze and understand the market. A final course on financial analysis rounds out your education in money and markets.

Ready to take control of your finances? The Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle is on sale now for just $39.99, a 97% discount from the list price.

Price subject to change.

The Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle - $39.99

Master Your Finances

When you buy something through a link in this article or from our shop, Big Think earns a small commission. Thank you for supporting our team's work.

More From Big Think
Related Articles

Smartly dressed: Researchers develop clothes that sense movement via touch

Measuring a person's movements and poses, smart clothes could be used for athletic training, rehabilitation, or health-monitoring.

Technology & Innovation

In recent years there have been exciting breakthroughs in wearable technologies, like smartwatches that can monitor your breathing and blood oxygen levels.

Keep reading Show less

Do you worry too much? Stoicism can help

How imagining the worst case scenario can help calm anxiety.

Credit: OLIVIER DOULIERY via Getty Images
Personal Growth
  • Stoicism is the philosophy that nothing about the world is good or bad in itself, and that we have control over both our judgments and our reactions to things.
  • It is hardest to control our reactions to the things that come unexpectedly.
  • By meditating every day on the "worst case scenario," we can take the sting out of the worst that life can throw our way.
Keep reading Show less

Study: People will donate more to charity if they think something’s in it for them

A study on charity finds that reminding people how nice it feels to give yields better results than appealing to altruism.

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels
Personal Growth
  • A study finds asking for donations by appealing to the donor's self-interest may result in more money than appealing to their better nature.
  • Those who received an appeal to self-interest were both more likely to give and gave more than those in the control group.
  • The effect was most pronounced for those who hadn't given before.
Keep reading Show less