Building Your Nest Egg


Here's what you'll learn:

  1. 1Intro to Retirement
  2. 2Intro to different retirement accounts
  3. 3Introduction to Retirement Funds
  4. 4Setting Up a Lazy Portfolio

Introduction to the Pack

Investing smartly for the long term is a crucial ingredient to being ready for retirement. This course will take you through the basics and strategies of investing for retirement, so you can make sure that nest egg of yours is golden.

4 Courses

Intro to Retirement

Retirement planning is without a doubt one of the most important things you can do in your life, but is often put off until later in life. This course will get your retirement planning started on the right foot.

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  1. 1 Should I be planning for my retirement? Start Course
  2. 2 Know Your Number
  3. 3 Harness Compound Interest
  4. 4 Take Advantage of Employer Programs
  5. 5 Invest in an IRA
  6. 6 Consider Your Home
  7. 7 Consider How You'll Earn Money in Retirement
  8. 8 Quiz

Intro to different retirement accounts

With so many choices out there, picking the right retirement savings account can be overwhelming. In this course, we’ll walk you through some of the different options.

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  1. 1 Intro to Retirement Accounts Start Course
  2. 2 The 401k
  3. 3 Case Study - Coca-Cola
  4. 4 The Roth 401(k)
  5. 5 IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts)
  6. 6 Roth IRAs
  7. 7 401(k) vs IRA
  8. 8 Quiz

Introduction to Retirement Funds

Target Dates are a great way to invest in retirement. Learn all about them in this course.

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  1. 1 The Challenges of Investing for Retirement Start Course
  2. 2 How Age Affects Investment Strategies
  3. 3 What are Target Date Funds?
  4. 4 How Target Date Funds Work
  5. 5 How to Choose Between Different Funds
  6. 6 The Big 3
  7. 7 Why Target Date Funds Might Not Be Right for You
  8. 8 Quiz

Setting Up a Lazy Portfolio

Setting up and managing an investment portfolio can sure be a lot of work! If you’re short on time (or just plain lazy), this course will provide some guidelines on creating a portfolio that requires less effort to set up and monitor.

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  1. 1 What’s a Lazy Portfolio? Start Course
  2. 2 Determine Your Investment Objectives
  3. 3 Identify Your Lazy Investments
  4. 4 Ongoing Lazy Monitoring


Ryan Hops

Wall Street Survivor

Former hedge fund analyst in Hong Kong, Ryan joined Wall Street Survivor in 2008 to help build the next generation of financial education.

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Course Taker

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