B”H I’m going to push off April’s Reading List for a few more days, and talk to you about a book that I just read, last week, on May 8th and 9th, specifically, because I don’t want you to wait till May’s Reading List to hear about it. It’s called The Latte Factor by renowened author and financial expert David Bach. Here’s why every woman I know should read it
B”H I’m sure many of you are familiar with the recent research in the financial services industry which shows women to be better investors than men. On aggregate, women still invest less than men, but apparently when we do invest, we fare better. Among the reasons noted are: women tend to trade less during market upheavals; women tend to tie their investments to their particular goals; and finally, women are
B”H Do you like to talk about money? I do. If you’ve been listening to this show for a while, you know that about me. I love money. I love what it can do for us and for our communities. I love making it, investing it, and using it to help others. And, I’m obsessed with helping women gain a better understanding of what money and wealth is really about.
B”H What do you think when you hear the words rich, wealthy? Ever noticed what comes to mind? What are your associations about money? Could you use a bit of a mindset shift? You’re listening to Jewish Latin Princess, I’m Yael Trusch, your host, welcome to the show! My guest today is The Fiscal Femme, and creator of The 30 Day Money Cleanse, Ashley Feinstein Gerstley! As a trusted money expert,
B”H Did you do an accounting of how much you spent on Passover? Did you go over budget? I actually did! My only saving grace is that my meat and chicken order this year was large enough to last me till Rosh Hashanah. So it all balances out. Budget for Passover!? You’re listening to Jewish Latin Princess. Welcome! I’m Yael Trusch your host. Yes, my guest today would tell you
B”H Good Morning Ladies! I’m going on a limb here, with an epic post on a topic that is a bit risky for three reasons: 1- You will see that I’ve made mistakes – plenty of them – but that’s ok with me; 2- Money is something kind of taboo – people don’t talk about it; which is part of the reason I think so many people suffer with money related issues (been