First of its Kind Investment Book Empowers Women to Close the Gender Investing Gap
The Sassy Investor, is a new colourful investment workbook written for women by Canadian author, Michelle Hung, teaching them how to invest and build a lifetime of wealth.
From education to execution, this colourful workbook focuses on tactical execution with real-life examples and is a refreshing deviation to the many often-dense, self-help financial literacy textbooks written by an aging demographic.
About the Book:
Michelle Hung breaks down why women need to focus on investing - from a longer life expectancy than our male counterparts, to having a life vest in the age of the #MeToo movement, learning to invest is a topic that is now within reach for women of all educational backgrounds and incomes.
The Sassy Investor workbook draws on personal experience and life stories collected from friends and family. After undergoing back-to-back major life changes in 2015, Michelle Hung found herself in need of cash. It is through her personal experience and investment expertise that allowed her to ride out the storms – without plunging herself into consumer debt.
Michelle Hung is now on a mission to educate and empower. The gender investing gap is one area where women can collectively work to close – they just need to do it. Investing knows no discrimination.
"A great book written in simple terms...accessible to anyone. Many financial books are dry and boring - but this one sure isn't. Worth the read!" commented Derek Foster, National best-selling author of 6 books including The Idiot Millionaire.
Join Michelle at her book signing event on March 2nd from 11am to 2pm at Indigo Bay & Bloor located in the Manulife Centre at 55 Bloor Street West in Toronto.
The Sassy Investor is now available online on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Chapters Indigo.
About the Author:
Michelle Hung is the founder of The Sassy Investor, and a recently published author of the self-titled book, The Sassy Investor. An advocate for financial literacy, she is on a mission to spread the word on the importance of financial independence and how to achieve it.
Michelle graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2008 with a Bachelor's of Mathematics, with a specialization in Finance, and has spent seven years working in the investment banking and venture capital industry in Toronto. She is also a CFA charter holder.
If you'd like more information about The Sassy Investor, or to schedule an interview with Michelle, please contact her at 416-605-9800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.