The purpose of The Investing Tutor is to teach the topic of investing in a way that is easy to understand. We all have dreams of being able to live a very comfortable and stress-free life. To achieve this, it is important that we learn how to invest. Unfortunately, this is not taught in school. As a result, many people are stressed about their finances. This lack of knowledge causes working professionals to either delay investing or sign up for investments they don’t understand. Many workers have investments (such as a 401K) on which they will have to depend, yet they have no idea how it works or how much to save for retirement. I couldn’t sit idle and watch this continue. This is why I created The Investing Tutor.
I simplify the topic of investing and make it very easy to understand.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase I will issue you a refund.
You get to join a community of people that will support you every step of the way.
“I've known Hans all my life and aside being a man of integrity, he's an individual who's very passionate about teaching others to invest. He understands the intricacies of the market and has 10yrs of experience investing. I highly recommend him.”
Edwin Safo-Kwakye Jr., Analyst
“I have known Hans, the founder of The Investing Tutor for about 10 years. During this time, he has amazed me with his knowledge and ability to manage finances. Hans has educated my husband, as well as several of our closest friends in investments. His words of wisdom have led us to think of our futures when making critical decisions early on in our blossoming careers. Hans carries with him a wealth of knowledge and passion for bettering the lives of others. As an educator myself, I can attest to his ability to develop strong relationships, as well as his honesty and integrity in helping others.”
Nicole Welt, Educator
“Hans has been a friend and a trusted tutor to me and my colleagues for over 4 years. He exudes passion and a clear desire to educate men and women on financial responsibility. I am confident in his ability to pass on his knowledge about investing to the next generation.”