Recently, I got an email encouraging me to sign up for a webinar to learn how to earn 1-4% per day. Imagine! Of course, there was an expensive car in the background. πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ A “modest” 1% (instead of 4%) a day out of the starting $10,000 after three years grows to $17 million! And someone wants to teach such a great strategy for money instead of using it themself? If you believe in such methods, then there is no point in listening to this episode any further.

If you are looking for quick and easy money on the market, do not expect miracles because you will likely be disappointed. My mission is to show how to invest using reliable and proven methods. There is no magic here.

A healthy home budget and regular wise investing of surpluses is almost a guarantee of financial success LONG TERM. It won’t be three years, it won’t be so sexy, but it will be REAL. You can then retire earlier than most of the population. What’s more: you gain financial freedom.

I invite you to this episode which comes from the LIVE session during which I presented an introduction to ETF investing. Even if you are a complete beginner, everything will be easier after this material.

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There are arguments in favor of traditional passive index funds: they offer low fees, liquidity, and broad diversification. They match market performance, have negligible trading costs and tracking error, and they beat most active managers most of the time.

On the other side, there are also factor strategies gaining popularity for a reason: they are transparent, offer exposure to widely agreed-upon sources of expected return, have low management costs, and, with proper design, reasonable transaction costs.

In this episode, I am honored to speak to Vitali Kalesnik, a recognized expert in factor investing. He’s a partner and Director of Research at Research Affiliates. Vitali explains the details related to factor investing. You will learn, among other things, what it is, what the associated risks are, and how to properly use them in practice.

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Today’s guest is Grzegorz Link, who professionally works as a quant for an investment fund. Grzegorz is a physicist by education, which may surprise some. However, the thing is that in building market models, skills such as programming and mathematics are the primary tools, which is the same for contemporary physicists.

We raise many interesting issues during the conversation, trying to answer the question – how is it possible that a well-known investment strategy can still be profitable. You will learn about common investment myths, pitfalls, and difficulties awaiting investors.

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