In this episode Donnell explores sector based ETFs. He also shares his theory on the American economy.
ETF Investment Sectors
In this episode Donnell talks about preparing for an economic downturn. If you started investing in your 401K plan within the last 10 years the market has been good to you. Have you thought about a strategy to reallocate your portfolio investment when the economy hits a downturn? What goes up must come down... In this episode we explore these topics.
In episode 4 we discuss the power of compounding interest and paying yourself first. The term pay your self first has been tossed around as a proverb. Like most proverbs the concept is not "that deep". tune into episode 4 to learn how leveraging the act of paying yourself first with interest that compounds.
On episode 2 of The Block And Nickel Podcast, host Donnell talks about the concept of "Investing for ownership" and the transformation of wealth within a family. We also discuss ownership of time and money. Generational wealth has to have a genesis and investing for ownership is a path that Donnell believes in to help you create generation wealth. Look forward to The Block & Nickle Podcast every Tuesday on the Freedom Train Radio Network.
Welcome to the first episode of the Block and Nickel podcast, hosted by Mr. Donnell Durden. Block and Nickel is a podcast that focuses on economic education and empowerment; how we can use money to change our lives. Mr. Durden puts his spin on teaching financial literacy for our community; you will finally enjoy learning about economics. Tune in to episode 1 of the Block and Nickel podcast.
Hosted by: Mr. Donnell Durden
Born and raised in Miami, Donnell moved to Tallahassee, FL to study Economics at Florida A&M University. Although, his Grandfather and Dad were successful entrepreneurs plus real estate investors. Donnell hadn’t been exposed to the stock market and portfolio investing until he landed on the “Hill”. Amidst his graduating year, Donnell made his first stock trades with Money Gram and Finish Line. While the market crashed his two trades were extremely profitable. Since graduating, Donnell has continuously worked W2 jobs, did some economic consulting, invested, and started small businesses. He is a lover of culture, technology, and investing. Moreover, He enjoys power lifting-weight training but hates cardio!