From time to time as one explores self-help and financially-oriented books and websites, one will often run across mentions of stocks and other financial "helpers" - but a lot of people shun those suggestions, mostly out of fear and/or ignorance. Now, I don't mean that in an insulting or otherwise "bad" way - I just mean to say that people who are not familiar with stocks and investments tend to err on the side of caution when it comes to exploring them.
That's where this very helpful blog/website comes in: "Access Not Denied" - as explained in the weblog's "About" section, is an extension of ideas and opinions offered by J. A. Saglimbeni and his fellow contributors. He created it to try to influence his readers to think differently about their dreams and ambitions. J.A. firmly believe that one can succeed in life even after hardships and can create a great life and hopefully can make their dreams come true.
And really, isn't that what we'd all love to do before "the inevitable end," whenever that may come? Isn't that why so many people are obsessed with "making money blogging" and related endeavours?
What I like best: all of the info is FREE! My fave 4-letter word! The "Resources and Websites" tab will put you right on the pages of sites like Google Finance, CNBC, Bloomberg and The Motley Fool. There is also a comprehensive list of links to free stock charts sites.
Access Not Denied blog offers an impressive yet simple introduction into the world of finance that should be bookmarked by anyone hoping to clear a better lifepath for him or herself. You can jump in both feet first, or just jump on the site from time to time, "learn in small chunks" as an old friend of mine used to say. You can familiarize yourself with the terms and tips needed to understand and participate in the broader "financial world."
I've been to J.A.'s blog: I like it a lot and I'm adding it to a new sidebar business and finance feature soon to appear here on my blog - so I recommend you check out Access Not Denied - you won't be sorry!
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