Financial Investing and Trading was founded by entrepreneur and self-made millionaire Gill Fielding.
Gill has learnt the hard way, just like everybody else in the country that if we don’t take action and do something to secure our financial future, we won’t have one!
We all need to take responsibility for our own financial future. We aren’t taught financial education in schools, or the best way to save our money, or how to have a nice pension later in life. But it’s never too late to do something about that.
Financial Investing and Trading was set up in order to help people do exactly this, take control of their financial future. Nothing is more frustrating to Gill than people’s attitude towards money, she knows that it is completely possible for every person in the UK to be able to retire with a nice lump sum of money which they have created for themselves.
From the day each of Gill’s children were born, using the governments ‘nappy fund’ she invested £50 per month into a savings scheme for them and when they reached 18, they each had over £35,000!
After seeing how much money could be made over 18 years using compounding, Gill set out to teach herself about shares and investing, and how much return she could make on her money invested over a different time span.
So, along with her son Michael, they set out to prove that they could make 10% return on their money invested over the course of one year. They wanted to share their experience with others in hopes to inspire people to do the same.
They wrote down all of their lessons and leanings over the year and complied them into a book ‘Solving the Financial Investing and Trading Puzzle’.
From this they then developed online courses in order to show people how to do the same.
These online courses are a step by step guide designed to help everyone, from complete beginners to those who want to take the next step in the world of investing and trading, these online courses will help you learn, and more importantly understand how to create wealth using stable assets like shares.