Others are confident they’ll have enough money to last their lifetime.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others build their wealth with the most perfect investment accounts available.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others are at peace about their money.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others replace their paycheck sooner than later.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others have money left over each month and make it work for them.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others hold tight when the market takes a dive.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others easily calculate how big their portfolio needs to be to do it.

WHY NOT YOU!

Others know what they want their life to be and have the money to pay for it.

WHY NOT YOU!
WAITING IS EXPENSIVE.

The following chart shows how expensive waiting to invest is. It shows how much a person needs to invest in order to have a million-dollar portfolio by age 67, based on an average return on investment of 8%. I rounded cents up to the next whole number.

Also, you may notice that the daily and weekly amounts don’t add up to an exact monthly amount. This is simply because I used 30 as the average days per month.

The earlier you start investing, the less you need to invest. It’s the magical power of compounding. What are you waiting for?!

AGE

DAILY

WEEKLY

MONTHLY

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

5.33

8.04

12.19

18.67

29.01

46.20

76.69

137.68

37.31

56.25

48.76

130.66

203.08

323.37

536.80

550.71

159.90

241.08

365.70

559.98

870.33

1,385.87

2,300.56

4,130.32

Its shaggy mane speaks open plains, strength, simplicity, persistence, and wisdom. The buffalo is practical and steadfast.

My buffalo, or freedom, is knowing I can choose to work or not. It is being able to help out and give to causes that matter to me. It is having a place to live that settles and inspires me and my family. It’s having dogs and horses and trees and pasture. I’ve grown into this life by investing.

The life I’m living now is my answer to the question, “What’s your Buffalo?”

What’s your buffalo?
What’s your picture of freedom?

Start a side hustle so I can invest more and quit my job sooner.

Keep working until I’m ready to do something else.

Be a generous secret millionaire.

Live a luxurious life.

Live a simpler life.

Keep working and have more than enough money to do things and help out.

Buy a vacation home.

Travel around the world.