There was a guy named Albert Einstein...
... Not sure if you've heard of him, but history has it that he once said:
"The most powerful force in the world is compound interest."
Could be the smartest thing this guy ever came up with… :)
Consider this, if you invested $2K per year starting at age 19 and
stopped at age 26, that invested $16K could've have turned into $2.2
million by age 65.
Not too shabby.
Now, if you waited until the age of 26, you'd have to invest $2K per
year for 39 years right up until the age of 65. It still would leave
you less than compared to if you started at 19, which would be $1.5
While this all sounds good and dandy, let's face reality.
You didn't start saving for your later years at 19…
… Or… even at 26.
The simple known fact is that, 68% of Americans won't be able to
retire on time.
Even worst, some of you are even wary that you may have to work the rest of
or your lives.
Financial markets don't work like how they did in the 90's, where even the
dumbest investors made money…
… Until the Dot Com crash.
While compound interest is great for the long term, most don't have
time on their side.
Most need to hit the nitro boost just to have just a lil' glimmer of
hope to gaining some ground.
That's where options can help you.
Success with options is all about little wins that add up.
I refer to it as "chipping away" at the market.
This allows you to pile up wins instead of waiting years for compound
interest to work in your favor.
It requires a little more time than opening your quarterly statement
and seeing no returns, but it's one of the few ways how the small
investor has a chance.
If you want the cook book on that recipe for success, then you're going to want
to pick up a copy of:
To your wealth, freedom & Options!