Let’s start with a question: Are you a spender or an investor? Pop Quiz. Ready. Go. Question #1 I’ll give you $100 today or a new Mercedes next year?
Which one will you take?
A) The cash
B) The car
C) Why are you even looking at other options, you’d be crazy not to take the car
Ok, let’s move to question #2, I’ll give you $100 today or $100 next year. Which one will you take? Think about it…
A) The cash today
B) The same cash tomorrow
C) Of course you wouldn’t wait
What’s the point? You wouldn’t get anything in return for waiting. There you go. In one minute we’ve narrowed down whether you are an investor or a spender. You’re a spender if you don’t get a return. You’re an investor if the future is worth somewhere between $100 and a new car. The question of whether you will invest is really just a question of how much you believe tomorrow can offer. How much could the future be worth for a bit of sacrifice today? Well, I’m here to tell you that your future is brighter than you can even imagine!
The great Benjamin Graham, one of the most legendary investment teachers of all time said:
“Without a saving faith in the future, no one would ever invest at all. To be an investor, you must be a believer in a better tomorrow” – Benjamin Graham.
What if I told you that if you invested $1,000 today you could retire with millions of dollars 40 years from now? What if I told you that if you invested in learning the skills of analyzing businesses today you could be accepted into the best colleges in the world? What if I told you that if you became a stock picking pro, like we’ll show you how, you’d basically guarantee yourself a future of prosperity and freedom? Legendary investor Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, took $10,000 and turned it into a $70 billion dollar net worth, and along the way he left breadcrumbs of exactly how someone could repeat his success. It’s actually a very simple formula.
Become a young investor and we’ll show you how your future holds astonishing returns and why you’d be crazy not to start investing today. We’ve put together the cumulative wisdom of decades of the world’s top stock investors and business analysts and boiled it down to the key principles to teach it to anyone. True investing is simple, but it’s definitely not easy. It takes guts, a passion to learn, and rock solid discipline. Better yet it’s some of the most fun you can have. So decide now to be a young investor and you will be part of the next generation of the best business analysts, stock pickers, and investors the world will ever know.