If you are just starting out, it can all get a bit overwhelming.
Below are the articles you may want to read first if you are just starting out on your journey to financial independence.
To start with, here’s your primer on financial independence:
The guides below will help you build wealth and leave your job behind:
And here are some things to watch out for along the way:
Stock Market Investing
The stock market is by far your absolute best ally when it comes to building wealth.
These posts will get you up to speed on the basics:
Want to beat the stock market? Read this first:
Read more about stock market investing here
Real Estate Investing
Real estate investing has been a very significant contributor to the wealth I’ve built up over the years.
At the moment, my wife and I own a property portfolio that’s well into seven figures, and we continue to add $1m+ of real estate each year.
Here are some great posts to get you started in real estate:
Here’s a candid look at some deals I’ve done over the years – and advice on replicating my strategy:
I’ve always been very candid about my real estate investing successes.
However, I also want to be transparent about some of the challenges I’ve encountered along the way:
Torn between the stock market and real estate? Read this:
You will find many more posts on real estate investing here
If you are just starting out, I would strongly suggest staying away from crypto investing.
However, it may be worth at least familiarising yourself with the topic using the guides below:
You can find more crypto posts here
It’s no secret that in order to build wealth, you need to invest your money.
But where do you get that initial capital to invest?
Well, for most people it’s the good old 9-5. The more you earn, the more you can invest, and the quicker you can retire.
Here’s some pragmatic advice on turbocharging your career – and your earnings:
Plenty more career advice here
Finally, here’s a great collection of posts that can help you live a rich and rewarding life:
You can find more personal development advice here