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Oh you just wait, no it’s not.

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> The MSB Report will tell you what all this means for *your* money.

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> The majority of the financial community overcomplicates investing topics so you are reliant on them (and have to pay them money) to do things you can very easily do yourself.

> The Cheat Sheet will show you how to do this (how to pick investment funds, how to grow your money over the long-term, how to understand your risk tolerance, and more). You can do this. It is actually very easy but most financial professionals like to convince you it is very hard. It is not hard, you can do it.

> I (Kathryn, below) am tired of financial professionals and all their insider baseball financial lingo. They all speak this way to one-up each other and sound smarter than the next guy.

> The way they communicate does not help anyone. That dialogue perpetuates the cycle of “how smart can I sound with big financial words to convince everyone I am smarter than you.”

But really…..

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Background

kathryn cicoletti founder of makinsensebabe

Hi, I’m Kathryn Cicoletti, the founder here at MakinSense Babe LLC. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a BS from Haas School of Business. I have over 10 years of experience working in finance and spent the last seven years as a Director at GAM, a $40 billion asset management firm in Los Angeles blah blah blah.

I used my research background to parlay my knowledge into a successful sales career becoming one of the firm’s top revenue generators in the United States. And then I got really bored and quit so I could create money-focused content that empowers, educates, and entertains you. Here’s an article on Forbes about me that explains why I left my $500k+ job (and one in Fast Company and Huffington Post).

I started my asset management career at Julius Baer as a research analyst in New York where over a five-year period I became the youngest Senior Research Analyst on the team. During my time as a Senior Research analyst I interviewed and conducted due diligence on over 1,000 long/short equity and relative value arbitrage hedge fund managers in the United States and Europe for potential investments. Some are in jail now, it’s cool.

If you’re interested in learning about how to invest your own money in a simple digestible format every month that makes sense, check out The Best F@#king Investment Cheat Sheet. Be sure to read the testimonials. They actually give you the best idea on what you’re going to get.

I began my financial career at Meritus Research, a San Francisco-based hedge fund research company. I’m an introvert but often mis-categorized as an extrovert. I love to run, explore new places, and a beer in the Santa Monica sun is always nice when I’m not busy running daily Adobe software updates on my computer.