If you have read my article on my wealthy formula, and would like to be wealthy so that you can
- diversify you income stream so as not to depend on only one or two salaried income
- be financially secure or independent
- reach your retirement goals
You are probably curious and enthusiastic in wanting to find out how to pick the stocks, unit trusts or properties that can let you compound your wealth at a rate more than that of your pathetic fixed deposits. Or what can we put our money into, without much supervision and still earn a great return.
While those are eventually going to be the instruments that will let you compound your wealth, diving straight in to finding out about these finance instruments are akin to seeing only the trees and not the forest.
The forest, in this case, is that, regardless whether you trade …Read the full article →