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January Winners: 5 Day Investing Challenge

We completed our first 5 Day Investing Challenge in January!! 

If you didn’t get to join us this time, I hope to see you at our next challenge in February. Here’s what participants had to say: 

“I would do this challenge again in a heartbeat. Everyone needs a starting point or for me, a refresher. The challenge has made me feel like I can do this thing. I decided last week to focus only on working on my dividend portfolio for the next six months. It has given me tools on how to focus more on my goals.” Sharon N.


“I think that this challenge is especially helpful for those who are looking to get started. There is enough information to interest someone who is just beginning without overwhelming them with terminologies and busy work. The tasks are clear and concise. The overall time commitment is short and the replay options are very helpful.” Aria W.


Over 30 women signed up for the challenge. Congratulations to everyone who showed up and invested in their future.

And the TOP 7 FINALISTS were…



And the Winners are…


Join us for our Dividend Masterclass and get ready to make 2023 your wealthiest and happiest year! Start saving your money so you can get ready to INVEST IN YOU in 2023. 

About Charlene Rhinehart, CPA

Charlene Rhinehart is a Certified Public Accountant, Founder of Wealthy Women Daily, and Editor-in-Chief of the Dividend InvestHer and The Wealthy Woman Investor. Charlene is currently the Chair of the Illinois CPA Society Taxation Individual Committee. With over a decade of experience in the financial services industry, Charlene is one of the few leaders who design insights specifically for the woman investor. Charlene’s work has been featured in a variety of publications including the Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In 2019, Charlene released her book “Dividends Are a Queen’s Best Friend”, on Amazon.

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