DISCOVER THE ECONOMIC LITERACY YOU NEED TO MAKE EFFECTIVE FINANCIAL DECISIONS AND ACHIEVE WELATH ON YOUR TERMS!
Everything that happens in the world―even things we don’t see or understand―affects our abilities to earn, invest, and make money. Conversely, your choices about what to do with your money can ignite the changes you want to see in the world. But how do you know what to do? Where do you begin to answer the question “What should I do with my money?”
Bryan Kuderna credits his professional success to a deep foundational knowledge about how policy, politics, and economics intersect to form the ever-changing world order. Now, in What Should I Do With My Money?, he shares his experience and insights with novice and seasoned investors alike. It all comes down to nine key issues:
Population / Entitlements / Education / Economic Philosophy / Environment / Technology / War / Religion / Personal Finance
What Should I Do with My Money? delivers the facts and insights you need to make the right financial decisions for your life, whether you’re just starting your career or preparing for retirement.
"Kuderna proves why economics makes the world turn round. From religion to big tech, this book highlights why things are the way they are, and how your money fits right in the center of it all."
- Frank O’Connell, former President of Reebok Brands and HBO Video and author of “Jump First Think Fast”
“Whether conservative or liberal, your finances and well-being, and those of the country’s, can only be enriched by reading Bryan Kuderna’s thought-provoking book. He brings big questions down to one simple, recurring one: What Should I Do with My Money?”
- Lee Barney, Finance Editor at Newsmax
“In a time of inflation, political uncertainty, and a changing global economy, there are few things more important than what you should do with your money. I have not seen a better path to achieve the financial and emotional freedom needed to be the best version of yourself, than Bryan Kuderna’s book.”
- Jim Campbell, syndicated radio host and author of “Madoff Talks,” now a Netflix documentary series
“Sometimes the title of a book reaches out and demands that you immediately read it. That happened to me as the question of, 'What should I do with my money?' has haunted me for years. Thanks to Bryan Kuderna and this book, now I can successfully answer that question for myself. I never saw the connection between my money and the global economy, but now I don't know how I ever missed it."
-Gregg Stebben, author of “Whitehouse: Confidential” and “Does Putin Have to Die?”
“What Should I Do With My Money is a must have for investors in today's world. Bryan gives clear, easy-to-understand explanations of market conditions and shares his financial strategies. He managed to make economics entertaining and ultra-relevant. Everyone needs this book to develop a strong investing strategy for the future.”
-Rick Grossman, Entrepreneur Magazine and author of “Franchise Bible”
"THIS BOOK WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THE PRIORITIES, BELIEFS AND LIFESTYLE OF THIS GENERATION AS WELL AS REVEAL SOME SOLID FINANCIAL STRATEGIES."
- RICK GROSSMANN, ENTREPRENEUR MAGAZINE
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a millionaire by the age of 30? Then it's time you stop listening to the inexperienced and biased talking heads, latest sales gimmicks, and advice from the good old days.
Young professionals are now facing both economic opportunities and obstacles unlike anything witnessed before. Millennial Millionaire pulls back the curtain on the financial industry to give you an insider's look at how to make money work for you.
In this no holds barred narrative, Bryan Kuderna reveals the secrets to financial independence in a concise and easy to understand manner. You will learn how to take advantage of this quickly changing economy, leverage higher education (or lack thereof), build a financial plan, save for retirement, become a master networker, fast-track your career, and become a millionaire by your 30th birthday!
“We are all on this earth together, and so is our money. You must understand that money, your money, rests at the heart of every major issue in the world.”