The world of finance can be quite difficult to follow with a lot of facts to take in, guides to be followed and rules and regulations to abide by. With so much to learn it can be easy to get a decision wrong and doing so could be financially disastrous, leaving many people choosing to just leave their money gaining a little bit of interest in the bank instead.
Scared off by the risk of losing their money and high fees from advisors, many people choose not to invest at all even if they do have the finances to do so. One London escort, however, has learned to invest her money for herself and is using her knowledge and experience to help some of her colleagues to do the same.
Making Wise Investment Decisions
Laura, a London escort for 14 years, had wanted to make investments but was deterred by advisor’s fees and minimum account restrictions. As somebody that wanted to start with just two hundred pounds, she found that many financial institutions were not willing to open accounts for such a small amount. The fees also deterred her from using a professional advisor and instead she chose to learn how to do it herself.
There were mistakes made to begin with and some of her money was lost due to poor decision making, but before long Laura began to get a better understanding of the markets and what made a good investment opportunity. She is now making wise investment opportunities for herself and her portfolio is steadily growing into something that will give her financial security well into the future.
Passing on Advice
Laura has also been helping fellow London escorts with their finances, meaning others are also benefiting from Laura’s experience and knowledge. While there are legalities surrounding non-authorized people giving financial advice, Laura is sure not to break the rules so she is free to help her friends without having to be concerned about the financial authorities. Laura has also been sure to be extra-prudent when giving advice on other peoples’ money and advises only on the safest of investment opportunities, unless her colleagues specifically ask for something a little more risky.
Laura’s advice has been welcomed a great deal by those who are taking her advice. Their own portfolios are steadily growing and they are confident that they too will acquire a portfolio that provides them with financial security for the future.
When you are taking financial advice, it is generally advisable to take advice only from people that are qualified to do so otherwise you stand a greater chance of losing your investment.
That is not to say though that unauthorised advisers don’t know what they are talking about and they can still give advice that can lead to you making significant gains. In Laura’s case, her advice has helped some young ladies to begin building a better and more secure life for themselves and their families in the future.