The stock market, along with real estate, is the major wealth creator in America…

But who benefits from this?

Two sayings come to mind…

  1. The rich get richer… very true, after all, they have more to begin with… but
  2. Fortune favors the bold… and you don’t have to be rich to be bold.

What the average person misses is that the market is easily accessible to everyone, not just the rich… therefore EVERYONE can get richer

The problem is that most people feel that the tiny amount of money they can save won’t make a difference anyway…

And the result… Excuses

Listen, you too can be bold… and while excuses are easy to make, they are also easily solved…

And I am going to show you how…

How to Amass Wealth

You too can be bold… and you don’t have to make excuses such as:

  1. I don’t make enough money
  2. I don’t know how to invest
  3. It’s too risky, a gamble, all about luck

So many people view the stock market as risky, a gamble, or based on luck, etc…. But the average return of the stock market over the long term, think over 30 years, is almost 10%…

You don’t even have to pick a single stock or spend any time… the only thing you have to do is set money aside each month and continue to place it in a market index fund…

Risk? Without risk there is no reward… however, over the long term… isn’t it riskier not to invest in the market?

What about all of those excuses? Well, guess what? You spend too much… sorry, it’s true.

Stop trying to impress other people and stop chasing those shiny objects…

Take control of your finances, so you can take control of your future.

Almost anyone can find room to save and invest, even if it’s not a large amount…

Quite simply, all you need to do is budget and you will easily find a little money to invest… sure, budget is often said with a cringe followed by a quick change of subject… but it doesn’t have to cause anxiety.

Start small… it can actually be fun and rewarding, even become an obsession.

A few thoughts:

  • Stop eating out, just cut out one night a week to start.
  • Take lunch to work, there is a lot of opportunity to save here.
  • Don’t buy a new car when your old one works fine.
  • Switch out expensive activities for less expensive ones.
  • Go out less and spend less when out.

You don’t have to save a lot… With all of those options and so many more (be creative), you can easily save $100 or more.

And if you can just add $100 to a market fund each month for the next 30 years… with the power ofcompounding, you would be able to accumulate upwards of $100k… if you could start with $10k and add $100 a month, you could accumulate over $200k.

And the numbers just go up from there… and fast.

While so very important, so many people don’t look at the long term… $100 a month? … that’s nothing, so the mindset becomes- why even bother? It won’t amass very much anyway…

Well, that’s just not true…

What would an extra $200k do for you in retirement? What about $300k… make it a goal, keep the long term perspective and the money will fall in line…

Over time, even a few percentage points can make the difference between retiring with a tidy nest egg and continuing to drudge away in your golden years.

And once you have found a way to carve out an extra $100 in your budget or scraped together a thousand from a garage sale or wherever else… you can start the path to wealth…

My favorite thing is to show people how they take a small amount of money and actually grow it fast

That’s why I created my small account challenge… to show you how easy it is to grow your account. Thus giving relevance to that $100 you can carve out of your budget each month…

If you want a more comfortable retirement, all you have to do is trade alongside me while I grow my small account… quickly.

You don’t need much… I generally start my small account with just $3,000 and in short order, multiply it many times over… then do it again.

Now if that isn’t enough to motivate you to save a measly $100 a month or sell some unused items, then I can’t help you.

But if you are ready to take control of your future…


Jeff Williams

Jeff Williams is a full-time day trader with over 15 years experience. Thousands of entry-level and experienced traders alike – day-traders and swing-trade small cap stock traders – credit Jeff with guiding them to turning small accounts into big accounts.

Jeff’s "Small Account Challenge" shows people how to transform accounts from a few thousand dollars into $25k, $50k or even $100k.

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