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The hardest part of learning any new skill is getting started. Time and time again when I am discussing the concept of financial independence with interested parties, they say they feel lost from the outset because they simply have not learned the language.

We would like to introduce our readers to the Financial Freedom Dictionary page located on the upper bar of this site. This page will act as a dictionary by providing a one-stop resource for new investors to learn the language of financial freedom/early retirement. We prefer the term “financial freedom” because it is far more flexible and allows for the fact that most ambitious people will continue creative pursuits long after achieving financial independence.

With investing, many definitions can mean different things when applied to different branches of investing. This dictionary will be stock-market oriented with its definitions. The list will evolve over time as we realize what has been omitted. The list will not, of course, be entirely exhaustive. The learning curve never really ends.

The dictionary is in its infancy at the moment and will grow over time. We decided to release this now as opposed to later when it would be more comprehensive since it will continue to grow over the years.

Please bear in mind that the definitions you find are our definitions and may not jive verbatim (or even at all) with what you find in a traditional dictionary. With that in mind, however, if you feel we’re wrong about anything, be sure to let us know. Any constructive feedback is always welcome around here.

We hope you like what we’re aiming to achieve.

Thank you and take care!

The Get Rich Brothers

What would you like defined in this Financial Freedom Dictionary?

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2 thoughts on “Introducing The Financial Freedom Dictionary!

  1. Nice idea! I like it. Let’s get as many people familiar with the terms so they can become addicted like us haha Very solid plan. I appreciate you taking the time to put that together.

    Bert

    1. Hi Bert,

      Thanks for reading through. I’m hoping to really develop it over time into a useful resource for investors new and seasoned alike!

      – Ryan

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