When we bought our first stock, we were lost. No direction. No mentors. No accounts. Little money. We had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. Even though we started at level zero, we knew the stock market would become an essential part of our financial life, which lead us to derive our end goal, Financial Freedom. What exactly is that? Financial Freedom is having the ability to never worry about money, whether it is paying for a vacation, car, dinner, or even college tuition. We want our assets to cover all our costs. Meaning the amount of money we make is much higher than what we spend. Achieving this goal will not be easy; we know that. That is why there is the 1% club; you have to be willing to do what 99% of the people around you won’t. Our idea to achieve Financial Freedom is to invest in assets that increase in value over time and look into real estate after graduation. An important lesson we do our best to follow is to have our money work for us. Whether it’s in the stock market, real estate, or running a business, you don’t want to sit in an office and work for a paycheck. Subscribe to be notified of our next post!
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