What to Invest In as a Nurse

Three Investments to Make if you have $1000 Now

February 19, 2024 Episode 6: Three Investments to Make if you have $1000 Now

In this episode, Ellaine talks about what would be the best investment if you are starting out in your investing journey as a nurse. If you have $1000- she put 3 ways to invest that money and use that to create a life of abundance. She talks about her experience with investing in a course or mentor to help her start her business.

EMPLOY YOUR MONEY COURSE is OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT – for a limited time. This course is for you if you want to invest in yourself as a nurse and in  a mentor that will help you in invest in the stock market.

To download the FREE investment cheat sheet. Go to this link 


Scrubs and Stocks Podcast is a podcast hosted by Ellaine Maala, RN, NP who is a finance educator, nurse, and owner of Nursing Flowsheet LLC, which is a finance and career blog for nurses. This podcast is created to help nurses build wealth through investing in the stock market, real estate or in their own businesses.

Nurses deserve options whether they want to retire early or work until retirement.

If you want to connect with Ellaine, follow her on:

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Blog: nursingflowsheet.com , nursewhoinvests.com

Download my free money guide HERE

“Stay Hydrated and Stay Invested!” – your rich nurse bestie


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