Any Suggestions For Our Future Posts?

Any Suggestions For Our Future Posts?

Hello guys!

I hope you are having a good time around. 

Up until now, we have been writing on the topics that we felt would be beneficial for you. However, we would like to take this moment to ask you for your suggestions so that we could write in the near future.

The topic could be anything that comes under Personal Development and Investments.

You can even ask some questions if you feel like it. We’d be more than happy to answer them with the best of our knowledge.

Please drop down your suggestions in the Comments Section, or visit our Contact Page if you want to recommend to us privately. 

Thanks a lot for reading! Have a very good day!

Earlier Posts:

5 Investment Psychological Traps and Ways to Overcome Them – Part I

My Morning Routine During this Corona Virus Pandemic

This Post Has 24 Comments

  1. Vic Crain

    There are a ton of interesting topics, especially at this point in time.
    1. No one alive has seen a deflationary environment, which is at risk of happening now as consumer demand wanes (and may stay down as people try to pay off debt and build cash reserves — if they do that).
    2. Relatively few in the US were alive during the high inflation environment of 1979-1982, when mortgage interest when to upwards of 20% and credit card interest was absurd.
    3. The inheritance that isn’t there. How to cope when you parents don’t have a will or they take out a reverse mortgage and don’t tell you. (As an insurance agent, I’ve run into both situations. Talk about ugly.)
    4. Scenario-based or contingency planning: since no one really knows what the economy or this virus (or the next virus) is going to do, how to build plans for different situations.
    5. Reducing debt.
    6. Teaching teens and younger adults about money and debt.

    1. Pro Investivity

      Thank you so much, Vic, for such a detailed suggestion list. We have added all your suggestions in our notes to research further, before writing on them.
      Once again, thanks a lot! 🙂

  2. Metanoia Piece

    I suggest you teach us about Savings and Investments as it relates to our financial growth and empowerment.

    Thank You.

    1. Pro Investivity

      Hmm.. Savings and Investments. We have taken them into consideration. Anything particular about Investments you want us to write about?

      1. Metanoia Piece

        I would really have you talk about Real Estate, the new ways one can learn the techniques behind.

        1. Pro Investivity

          Yup! Real estate sounds intriguing topic. We are also learning about it, and planning to write about it as soon as I finish studying about it.
          Thanks a lot for your valuable suggestion!

  3. Financial Grant Paul

    Since you hit on the topic of investment, perhaps this is the first downturn many investors are facing. A mixture of investor psychology and strategy during tough times in the global economy might help meet people where they are at. For example, “5 Things You Should Never Do in a Market Downturn”. I would be happy to collaborate with you on something like that if you’re interested? Either way, I love the content you guys put out. Cheers!

    1. Pro Investivity

      Thanks a lot for such a wonderful suggestion. This topic sounds really interesting and into the moment as well.
      Regarding the collaboration, we’d happy to collaborate with you. We’ll get with you shortly, if it’s alright.
      Thank you, Grant! Cheers!

      1. Financial Grant Paul

        Sounds good and exciting! Thank you!

  4. Natalia Fernandez

    Do a post on financial moves college students can make to set themselves up for a successful future!

    1. Pro Investivity

      Oh yeah! This topic would be really helpful for potential college students. We have added your recommendation in our list. Thanks a lot for your suggestion, Natalia. 🙂

  5. I would love to see more about passive income. This would include standard investments like various types of mutual funds and capitalizations. However, the other side of passive income would be the entrepreneurial pathway of writing a book, starting a blog, creating a YouTube channel, or the multiple types of side hustles that we can start. Understanding the numbers (visitors and money I can make) and how much work is necessary would help me know what to look forward too.

    Another idea is about creating a guide for finances. For example, Dave Ramsey has several steps that lead to financial freedom – emergency fund, get out of debt, how to invest in retirement, pay off your house, then build wealth. I could see you developing a very helpful course that includes financial information and personal development material.

    Also, like how you recommended books about finances and movies about the stock market, do you recommend any online courses for those who have no idea where to start?

    Similar to your psychological fallacies to avoid, you could talk about the tricks that people/insurance companies play on people. What are bad ideas for insurance and loans that appear to be good?

    Lessons about debt, especially myths and lies would always be helpful. For example, I recently learned about manual underwriting. This means that I don’t need a credit score to get a loan. You may not agree, but I also think getting a loan on a car is bad. Which leads me to my next suggestion.

    Lessons from millionaires, especially “average” millionaires that aren’t EXTREMELY rich. I’ve heard many times that millionaires often drove old cars until they had a lot of money. This form of discipline indicates their level of success.

    As a personal development person and an investment guru, I think you are in a great position to display the power of compound interest in a very powerful way. You could show some easy calculations that lead to immense success while relating it to patience and commitment.

    Like you talked about your morning routine, maybe you could share how you personally handle your money. How do you budget? What do you invest in? What are some major mistakes you’ve made or have seen other people make? Do you have any productive and/organizational tools that help you keep track of your money and budgets?

    1. Pro Investivity

      Incredible! All these topics you have written are so important to discuss about. Thank you so much for your time and effort for commenting so descriptively. It must have taken a lot of your time. We sincerely appreciate it. 🙂

      Honestly, even we have been thinking about writing about passive income for a long time. I think we should go for it!

      About developing the finance course – this one is something I had not thought about. But now, I can’t get it off my mind.

      About the online courses on investments, I’m currently writing about it.

      Overall, I have just added on your suggestions in a MS Word File. It’s more than a page! I hadn’t expected such a wonderful comment. But now seeing your comment, I feel immensely grateful, and at the same time, we have a lot of topics that we could write about.

      Once again, we’d like to thannk you for writing such a descriptive comment. It means a lot to us.

      Have a good day!

      P.S. You will be seeing a lot of your suggestions in our future posts!

      1. You’re very welcome and I’m excited to see what your blog grow. I will be paying attention! Hope your day is good too!

  6. Peshy Jums

    Saving?! The smart way to handle finance eg I hear people talk about long term and short term saving. The percentage of your rent should be ,.. that kind of saving related info.

    1. Pro Investivity

      Hey, Peshy! Nice to see you around.
      Sure, saving is a topic that seems to be very important, and we are going to write about it soon.
      Thanks a lot for your valuable input, Peshy! 🙂

  7. E Omah

    Can you please write a post on everything you need to know before entering the business world? Highlight topics like identifying fraudsters and how to deal with them. Thank you.

    1. Pro Investivity

      Hi E Omah,
      Oh yeah! This topic is indeed critical in the contemporary world as a lot of fraudsters are stealing a lot of peoples’ dream.
      Thank you for your suggestion. 🙂

      1. E Omah

        I’m glad to be of help.😌

  8. Hi! I’ve found your blog today after setting mine up – more posts to come 😉 – and I just wanted to say that I’ve been really inspired by reading through some of your articles, particularly due to the similarities in our aims. I wanted you to know that I really appreciate the time and effort you have put into this!
    As for some suggestions for blog posts you could write, I would love to see your opinion on where in the stock market to invest. I’m planning to write an article on why I (personally) am partial to index funds, but I would be very fascinated to see your side of things!

    1. Pro Investivity

      Thanks a lot for your kind words! I would love to write about the topic you are suggesting. It’s a great idea. Thanks a lot for the suggestion!

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