Gen Z Is Being Lied to About Money
Gen Z, you’ve been lied to about money.
Social media is swarming with financial predators feeding you falsehoods about how to build wealth.
That tech-bro influencer hyping the “next big crypto” that made him “wealthy”? He’s running a pump-and-dump scam. You buy-in, and the value surges. He cashes out, and the value plummets. You lose everything you invested.
The 18-year-old with the Ferrari earning $10,000 per month using business secrets he’ll show you FOR FREE? He’s actually selling “courses” that give you nothing but line his pockets.
The “investing wizard” who turned $100 into $1,000,000 using specialized secret algorithms that he’s willing to share—again, FOR FREE—at his upcoming seminar? He gambled on risky startups and got lucky. Now he needs your money to feed his addiction.
Each of these bottom-feeders scratches an itch that Gen Z deeply feels. Who doesn’t want to build wealth quickly? Who doesn’t want a better life for themselves and their family?
And if you’ve never been taught how money works, you might just believe their promises. They sure sound better than the bleak realities of stagnant wages and debt that Gen Z has watched Millennials suffer through.
It’s why 41% of Gen Z investors turn to TikTok for financial advice.¹ Traditional schools and institutions have failed them, and they’re desperate to learn how money works, regardless of the source.
But until they’re financially literate, they’re susceptible to schemers, frauds, and charlatans. That means more wealth is lost to false online gurus, cryptocurrency roller coasters, student loans, and more.
You need to learn how money works today. Not tomorrow. Not next week. Today.
It’s the only way you’ll develop the savvy needed to see through scams and recognize real wealth-building opportunities.
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