Many of us today are experiencing the strains of helping our aging parents cope with their loss of independence and control. We often approach this issue from a health and living conditions perspective. Another equally important but less considered perspective has to do with financial matters.
Ruben Antoine shares childhood lessons learned preparing for hurricanes and applies them to a new TMA investment drill.
Having recently turned 30, I paused to reflect on my personal and professional accomplishments. Completing two professional qualifications, working in three different countries, and travelling the world, I set my dreams as my goals and made them reality. By making the right choices and working hard, I progressed quickly in my career to hold strategic roles at a relatively young age. Yet I began to realize that my career path was falling short of where I wanted it to lead. Given my strong interest in finance and investing, my dream was to help others create a better investment experience and I therefore decided to become a private client portfolio manager.