Good Sunday Morning To You!

Coming from a childhood where my father like to gamble, didn’t hold onto to jobs until later in life, and a mother who worked all the time, kept us with a roof over our head, clothes on our back, and food in our stomach, I would enter Wall Street in 1984 with no formal training, little funds to spare, and was Catholic not for God’s glory, but for the sake of being married.

A fast-pace career, God played no real role in it until after making and losing my first large sum of money at the turn of the new millenium. It would trigger my first real attempt to embrace my Catholic Christian faith, and with that, begin to explore and come to understand that the blueprint for life, the Holy Bible, was the best money guide book in the world, bar-none.

The following is being provided to assist others in appreciating what it took me decades to come to realize, and hopefully help you not to go down financial paths the world offers, that ultimately leads to destruction.

Peter Grandich’s book, “Confessions Of A Former Wall Street Whiz Kid.”

Suggested Readings

Debt is not usually your friend:

Making a living is okay. Believing your own publicity and more money equals more happiness, is not:

“For the love of money is the root of all evils, and some people in their desire for it have strayed from the faith and have pierced themselves with many pains.”¬†Timothy 6:10