J. L. Collins

Author of 'The Simple Path to Wealth'

"The best thing that can happen to young people starting out in their investment career — the absolute best thing — is a major market crash. That brings all the prices down, and you’re buying on sale."


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J. L. Collins is the author of “The Simple Path to Wealth” and a financial blogger known for The Stock Series.

He got his degree in English literature from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. After publishing “The Simple Path to Wealth” in 2016, he published his second book, “How I Lost Money in Real Estate Before It Was Fashionable,” in 2021.

He is currently working on his third book due out in 2023. The working title is “Pathfinders: Traveler’s Tales from the Simple Path to Wealth.”

Why He’s a Top Money Expert:

Beyond his success with his books, J. L. Collins is known for The Stock Series, which helps readers navigate the investing world.

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