From Dumb Luck to Smart & Savvy

The stock market is at record highs.

If you own mutual funds (especially in your 401k), you’re probably smiling because the market value of what you own is up – perhaps way, way up.


But wait…

Is that due to dumb luck, or smart & savvy choices on your part?

Hey, I’ll take a little bit of luck any day, too. But luck, alone, won’t make you wealthy or wealthier!

If you’d rather rely less on luck and depend more on know-how — know-how that is (almost) as easy as paint-by-numbers, yet customizable to your goals and preferences, take this course – What the H*ll Should I Do With My 401k?


After taking this class, you’ll:

  • know the 7-most important criteria to look for when selecting a mutual fund
  • know where to quickly find this information using easily accessible data from, along with information provided either by your employer or brokerage firm
  • discover a non-scientific, but effective way to determine how much you should contribute to your plan
  • understand the difference between market performance and investor performance and why it’s best to focus on the latter
  • learn a quick-n-easy way to ensure what you own is good for you given your goals – today and in the future
  • and so much more…

If you’re ready to give up the “invest; hold your breath; and hope for the best” investment approach, this class is for you.

Because being a successful mutual fund investor doesn’t have to be hard…or time-consuming.

If you have multiple 401(k) accounts and know you need to consolidate them…but haven’t, this class is for you.

Because being a successful mutual fund investor means exercising as much control as possible over what you own.

If you’re ready to increase your confidence and know that you are making the right investment decisions, this class is for you.

Because when confidence meets a solid strategy, you’re better able to respond to the market swings – which are inevitable.

If you understand that being a successful mutual fund investor really means having control over your life-style (today and in the future), this class is for you.

Because as a smart & savvy investor, you know one of the most important financial decisions you can make is to ensure your money is working for you (and not just you for it!)…you put forth the effort to utilize the benefits of time and the principles of compounding to the fullest.

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Add To Cart - Button OrangeWhat the H*ll Should I Do With My 401k? is a hands-on, step-by step class that shows you how to:

  • by-pass the jibberish and zoom in just on the information you need to make wise decisions;
  • create a quick way to filter the multitude of mutual funds available to you and choose the ones that are best for you;
  • easily create a portfolio of mutual funds that compliment each other (you won’t confuse have many funds with being diversified ever again!)

Jacquette-M-Timmons-2013About me, your teacher, Jacquette M. Timmons

I’m a financial behaviorist. Coaching, teaching, speaking, and writing are a few of the ways I do my work, which has been featured in a variety of media outlets including CNN, HLN, FOX, Black Enterprise, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal, to name a few. Using strategies that appeal to both left- and right-brained thinkers, I combine my MBA in finance with my fascination in human behavior to help people achieve their financial and life goals – integrating the psychology and emotions of money with the numbers. I’m the founder of Sterling Investment Management, Inc. and the author of, “Financial Intimacy: How to Create a Healthy Relationship with Your Money and Your Mate.”

Ready to become (more of) a successful mutual fund investor?

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$97 a month

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