Personal finances have become a challenging prospect for most people today. There is more information available than ever before. Some people take an interest in creating financial abundance and try all manner of trading programs, get rich quick ideas, or gamble on the direction of share markets. But with markets seemingly rigged against us and market professionals, and fund managers bleeding us dry in our pension accounts, is it any surprise that so many people have all but given up on the idea of growing wealthy? The good news is that there is a simple way to win the game passively by using time as your friend and accepting that most people won't beat the market. This book is here to help you by providing a very simple but very effective plan to build your wealth from the ground up. The answers lie in the basic, sometimes even old-fashioned, but tremendously powerful principles explained clearly and succinctly by author Pete Wargent, without the needless financial jargon which plagues most financial literature these days.
This book will help you to build a personal wealth creation plan to invest passively in assets which can go out to earn money for you every day for the rest of your life. It is a straightforward, efficient, and very effective plan that can be followed by anyone. This is not just about trying to retire as young as you can and spending your life at the beach. Instead by building yourself a solid financial base, you can spend some time thinking about what you really want to do with your life. Pete Wargent aims to inspire you to compound not only your wealth but your education, your quality of life, to widen your horizons and find a real meaning for your life and a means of contribution.
Pete Wargent is a finance and investment expert, and the co-founder of AllenWargent property buyers with offices in Sydney, Brisbane, and London. By profession Pete trained as a Chartered Accountant in London. Having worked for top accounting institutions and listed companies he holds a range of other top financial qualifications including being a Chartered Secretary, and holding Diplomas in Financial Planning and Applied Corporate Governance. Pete quit his full-time job at the age of 33 having achieved financial freedom through investing in shares, index funds and investment properties.