Monthly Archives: April 2020

Episode 14 – How COVID-19 is Affecting our Wealth Building Process



We are living historic times. From political and economic crises to market downfalls, the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone around the world. 

As citizens, it’s important to understand that every social, health, and political scenario ultimately affects the economy. To illustrate how, Doug Alden discusses how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting several areas of our lives, including our wealth building process. 

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Different issues that are affecting our global economy
  • How to maximize your income efficiency 
  • Further insight into managing your retirement income 
  • And more!

Tune in now to learn what you as an investor should consider when investing during this moment of global change! 

Resources:  The Liberated Investor Advantage: (828)-668-0665 | doug@theliberatedinvestor.com 


Episode 13 – Bringing Financial Growth into Northwestern Haiti – With Fred Chalker



While we may live in a developed country, there are still many people who have difficulty accessing basic needs such as shelter, food, medical care, and education. 

In this episode, Doug Alden is joined by Fred Chalker, a Living Water Minister based in Northwestern Haiti and works towards improving the lives of thousands of residents living in the area. Together, they discuss how this country is developing and how is their economy and lifestyle progressing.  

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The new job opportunities local farms and other evolving industries have created
  • The role fundraisers and organizations have played in the development of Northwestern Haiti
  • How housing and medical care can be improved
  • The different ways that people can donate and make Northwestern Haiti a better place for the upcoming generations
  • And more!

Tune in now to learn how you can make a change and help those in need!

Resources:   The Liberated Investor Advantage | Email Doug  | Living Water Haiti Donations | Fred Chalker