Compound Stock Earnings Offers Solutions to Financial Literacy Woes
New data suggests that, among American adults, financial literacy is shockingly low-but a company called Compound Stock Earnings is seeking to change that, offering educational courses and seminars in tried-and-true investment techniques.


It is no secret that the United States has recently gone through tough times, financially speaking, and that in many respects the economy is still recovering very slowly. A new report suggests that the country’s economic woes are compounded by low levels of financial literacy across the board, however. In fact, the Huffington Post reports that, in a new study, American adults only get an overall grade of a C when it comes to financial literacy. This, combined with external factors, has led to severe financial problems for many families-but a company called Compound Stock Earnings is seeking to change that, offering financial education courses that provide insight into tried-and-true investment techniques.

The Huffington Post article affirms the fact that many Americans are forced to learn financial literacy and basic investment habits the hard way-when times get tough, as they have been recently. Often, it is a financial emergency, or mounting college debts, that prompt an individual to seek assistance. Compound Stock Earnings, meanwhile, offers classes aimed toward helping investors generate stable income levels, hopefully minimizing the risk of these financial emergencies.

Compound Stock Earnings is a company devoted to making investment education more accessible, with particular emphasis placed on an investment technique known as the “covered call.” Compound Stock Earnings offers its educational services through online resources as well as regular seminars held across the nation. There are even webinars offered for investors unable to attend any of the conventions or meetings.

The company focuses on the covered call method because it is an ideal choice for new investors, or for those who simply desire to make a steady income with minimal risk. Compound Stock Earnings says that while this investment technique is not particularly well known, it offers a way for investors to find “consistency” in their yields. Compound Stock Earnings claims that most people who use their covered call technique end up generating a 3-6% return within a given month, which is the kind of steady ROI that many investors crave.

For investors interested in developing their financial literacy and learning more about the covered call technique, Compound Stock Earnings is holding a variety of seminars throughout the summer, in cities across the United States. A full schedule can be found at the company’s website.

Many of this summer’s course offerings are online affairs; there will be numerous seminars held in Dallas, but also made available on the Web. Additionally, intensive sessions will be held in such cities as Atlanta, Boston, Los Angeles, and Chicago.

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Compound Stock Earnings, a leading financial education company, offers seminars, resources, and other services that teach clients the precise details of the covered call technique. Though misunderstood by some, this technique has allowed Compound Stock Earnings to help its clients find success in their investments, yielding as much as 6 percent when properly executed. Founded by former banker Joseph Hooper, Compound Stock Earnings can be found online at http://www.compoundstockearnings.com.

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