The difference between being truly successful with your investments as opposed to simply treading water is very simple. The issue is that average investors find it difficult to stick to a plan because it requires too much discipline.
According to Richard Russell, the average investor, “Always feels pressured to make money. And in return he’s always pressuring the market to do something for him. But sadly, the market isn’t interested… And because the little guy is trying to force the market to do something for him, he’s a guaranteed loser.”
This investor does not understand the power of compounding let alone money in general. He has never heard the saying, “He who understands interest – earns it. He who doesn’t understand interest – pays it.”
When it’s all said and done the average investor gambles away his money in the stock market or wastes his money on senseless “get rich quick” schemes.
Ironically, if he simply adopted a strategy of spending less than he makes, compounding his savings in smart, income producing investments like we offer here at Ropay Asset Investors, then in due time he would have money coming in daily, weekly and monthly just like the most successful investors do.
In other words, the average investor would take control of his financial future the same way that rich people do.
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