Friday Financial Tidbit-Financial Literacy Month Videos Weekly Recap

Another week of great financial literacy month videos to share with you today.  There were some really good videos this week dealing with stocks and bonds, mutual funds, having H.O.P.E with your finances, being resourceful, and making budgeting fun. Hopefully you found these to be as educational and motivating as I did. Just a reminder that you can check out the videos daily either on my Twitter feed or though Facebook.

You can check out last week’s videos here if you missed them.

Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 16-Stocks vs. Bonds

Marc Prosser does a great job of explaining the difference between stocks and bonds.

Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 17-H.O.P.E

Bradley Vinson from BradleyVinson.com shares how to have H.O.P.E with your finances:

H-Hate Debt

O-Organize Life

P-Prioritize

E-Engage with positive people

Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 18-Be Resourceful

Julia Graylion from PromisesFC.com shares how being resourceful will pay off not only at home, but at work as well. Very encouraging info from Julia!

Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 19-Mutual Funds

Jeff Rose from GoodFinancialCents.com  shares how mutual funds are like soup. Very creative way to share how mutual funds work.

Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 20-Budget Party

Brent Pittman and wife from OnTargetCoach.com show us how to have a party when developing a budget! Follow their five tips when budgeting and you’ll be able to call budgeting fun!

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Giving people hope and seeing them win with their finances is something I have a strong passion for. Because of this passion I started JW’s Financial Coaching in the summer of 2010. Financial coaching has allowed me to combine my passions of finances, teaching, and helping others by helping people get on the right track financially. I'm interested in hearing your story so please do not hesitate to interact with me through social media.
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