posted on Mar, 9 2019 @ 11:23 AM
Nobody needs to be a good investor when they are a good saver.
There are people who strive to save all they can as they spend away... constantly looking for savings and earnings to purchase freedoms that feel
pertinent at the time. The other people save all they can, utilize the extreme powers of compounding interest, and let investments steer their
purchases. The average good saver and investor works for free... picking up the pennies and sense that the financially uneducated or caring leave
behind. No matter the form of government behind the economics at play there will always rich and poor classes. Of course there will be bad actors in
all genres, but the primary culprit of bad investing stems from the lack of financial education in schools.
Schools don't teach financial literacy... governments don't allow for it. This means that people rely on their government for financial education...
which is a completely bad decision. After schooling people typically are in need of a job or others to take up for their lack of financial education
or learning. The average student knows so little about fending for themselves and how to play monopoly in real life, that they take on the mindset
that investors are the bad guy. The bad guys are the ones not teaching kids investing while making them feel all secure and fearful in their
financially uneducated worlds. Governments prefer citizens don't learn finances, as it keeps the masses enslaved to what a government wishes, instead
of latching on to the freedoms that come with financial literacy.
Maybe we should be blaming the school systems for such beefs, instead of taking it out on people that learned investing for themselves? When will the
need for others to achieve for us individually stop? For Christ sake... investors are essentially just recycling what poor money managers waste.
Scammers exist, surely. But just like a dog that senses fear, scammers prey on the uneducated and fearful. Entrepreneurs don't have the luxury of
being fearful about money, and don't rely on others to classify its worthiness. It's those that live in fear, demand a job for security and education
(which is what another does for us) that looks at investors habits and claims to know the real reasons that they invest.
Please... just think about this OP for a minute. Not only does it claim that they themselves are uneducated to what investors do, but it bundles all
investors up into a stereotype indicating that all investors are crooked. Personally, I just make my bed each time I wake and worry about what
opportunity may be available to the miracle of time before me. If I relied upon another source for my realities of understandings based around the
subject, then I suppose I would be quick to point the finger elsewhere too, when it came to financial literacy.