If you're wondering, this is all about us …
This unique resources is specifically for the 40 plus young “High Earners, Not Rich Yet” (HENRY) crowd. Everyone younger can go to Yahoo! Finance or MSN Money for wholesale pretend insights conjured up by reporters who only know from learning rather than experience.
You won't find any advertising, stock tickers, or any news pretending to know what is going on with wealth building. It's a very secretive community dedicated to determining what works for asset accumulation, increasing income, and producing sustainable growth.
Discover insights gathered through interviews with real net worth verified millionaires who for their own reasons share “how” they became so independent. Most of those interviewed would like to stay anonymous, some will contribute directly with guest content.
Much of what you'll read here was put together from transcripts of audio interviews, from notes, and other private resources. If you are upset by the lack of grammar insight, then go take your chances with Google Finance. There are some real “dumb” people out there with billions of assets and they just don't care.
Yes, many NOUNs are capitalized. There are weird cross references, indexes, and other help tools to make the answers easier to find. Everything about this site is designed for members to revisit for reference.
This is a living library of resources. Periodically researchers, technical writers, and editors are hired to improve content, check facts, and insure the highest quality insights. That means content is being refined all the time, not necessarily published on a schedule.
If you've come here for free content, then you are in the wrong place. Bugger off. SUSTAINABLE WEALTH SECRETS is strictly “pay for play” as it costs to maintain this resource. Plus, insiders invest vast amounts of time, experience, and relationships getting these insights.
Finally, there is no abridged version. Some of the resources here are long, involved, and not for the under 40 crowd who cannot afford to pay attention. While researchers disagree about the exact length of a human attention span, some saying as short as 8 seconds, wealth builders spend the time necessary.
After all, isn't your wealth something worth investing a little time to secure? It's funny how many believe they can put very little in to get everything out. That's entitlement and you won't find any of that here. Looking forward to serving you soon.