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  • The American Dream Experience | 2-Day Workshop | October 21 -22

  • October 21, 2022

  • Gretchen Stangier

  • Portland, OR

  • Financial Education


The American Dream Experience is a compelling encounter with clear life altering truths about economics and investing. The free 2-Day workshop is on October 21-22 in Portland, Oregon. Seating will be limited.

Date & Time:

Friday, October 21, 2022
08:00AM - 06:00PM


RSVP by 10:00AM on September 30, 2022.

The American Dream Experience: Investing Reimagined

The American Dream Experience is a powerful group seminar that invites investors to consider life-altering truths about the empirical and behavioral dimensions of wealth creation. Whether you’re a longstanding investor or complete financial novice, you’ll discover things about financial markets, and about yourself, that empower you to make sound decisions about your financial future.

In the American Dream Experience, you begin by identifying a purpose for your life that is greater than money. This has a surprising and immediate impact on your relationship with money, shifting the lens through which you view the world from one of scarcity to one of abundance. The American Dream Experience then breaks down Nobel Prize-winning economic research into principles that can easily be understood and applied. This is an important first step in freeing yourself from stock picking, market timing, and track record investing – investing behaviors that are akin to speculating and gambling with your money. This knowledge can have a significant impact on your capacity for long-term wealth creation.

Your family’s financial future is too important to miss out on this life-altering event.

If you’re ready to reclaim your American Dream, contact us to find out more.


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