A Timeless Guide to Building Wealth

By Cassandra Cummings,

Founder of The Stocks & Stilettos Society, a community of highly engaged, women investors

Fearless Finances is for anyone seeking clarity, confidence, and control over their finances. Cassandra Cummings guides you through building a life of timeless wealth for yourself and for generations to come.

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Money is like air; it helps us go about our everyday lives. But when you begin to breathe thin air or if it gets cut off, panic sets in. However, mountain air refreshes and revives. Fearless Finances was written for those who want to breathe that rare, fresh air.
Do you want your money to multiply, but think you have to be a rocket scientist to crack the code to building wealth?
Fearless Finances gives you the cheat code to cut through the clutter of learning how to grow your money. No more having your eyes glaze over from confusing, financial gibberish that stops you from getting to the money.
Do you watch your money sit in the bank, but the interest just isn’t adding up?
Fearless Finances is the book that speaks the language of money in a way that gives you courage to make your money earn more for you. No more parking your money in accounts that have you financially frustrated.
Do you feel like your money is running you, but you’re not sure how to show your coins that you’re the one in charge?
With her no-nonsense approach, Cummings guides you through three phases of wealth building: survival, stability, and surplus, putting the control back in your hands to create the personal economy you desire.

We can do hard things,
but building wealth doesn’t have to be one of them.

Fearless Finances is a timeless guide that removes the heavy lifting and provides a road map to lasting riches.

These 5 Fears Are Keeping You From Being Rich


Fear of Running out of Money

Have you ever overdrawn your account? Losing it all can feel like that times ten. No one should be left holding an empty bag with lint at the bottom. Create a money plan that includes investing, as well as spending to avoid having to pump the brakes on your bank accounts.


Fear of Being Fired

No one wants to be on the receiving end of a pink slip. But, if your employer sees you in a different position, like outside of the company, you need to have a stash of cash until you can make them wish they wouldn’t have let you go.


Fear of Not Saving Enough

You did what you were supposed to do, when it came to your money,
at least that’s what you thought. But, it only takes a turn of an event to wipe you out, if you’re not prepared for an unforeseen life event. Put assurances and insurance in place to avoid being knocked off your square when it comes to your money.


Fear of Not Being Able to Support Yourself

Being grown and on your own is all fine and dandy unless you have to put your well-being into someone else’s hands. Moving back home with parents or living in the back bedroom in your adult child’s home is one of the last things we would want to have happen. Your best weapon against going broke is to set up passive income streams while you’re young enough to take care of your future self.


Fear of Being Scammed

In today’s society, there are scammers living amongst us on just about every corner of the internet. Don’t feel pressured to invest in anything you don’t understand or your intuition tells you it’s a no-go. Do your research, update passwords regularly and keep a watchful eye on all of your accounts.


Cassandra Cummings

Cassandra Cummings is a powerhouse in the personal finance space who is dedicated to financial and investment literacy. She has helped more than 100,000 Black women invest over $25 million in the stock market through her guidance and education as the founder of The Stocks & Stilettos Society.
She’s an investment and wealth strategist who has created The Stock Success Circle, to help women with the fundamentals of investing and taking their investing game to the next level. Recently, she founded the Queens of Capital, where she helps women shift their money mindset and increase their overall net worth with investment opportunities by investing in themselves.
Cassandra has been featured in Essence,The Wall Street Journal, Black Enterprise, Business Insider, BuzzFeed, and US News & World Report, and has been on The Breakfast Club and Houston’s NBC affiliate, KPRC.
Cassandra earned her degree in accounting from the University of Southern California and her Certificate in Women’s Entrepreneurship from Cornell University. She currently lives in Northern California.

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