Why You Need Big Picture Investing Now!

If you have been poking around my blog, you’ve probably figured out that my ultimate goal is to help you reach some version of “financial independence” (or even just plain ol' retirement).

What is financial independence? Here’s the basic definition: your assets generate an income at least equal to your essential expenses.

If you want to reach financial independence, you've got to understand big picture investing. I'm going to break it down for you, so you can recognize why you need to invest, in order to achieve financial freedom.

Most people hope to reach financial independence at the relatively standard retirement age of 65, or even earlier, if desired and possible. It will all depend on how much you have and by what age.

Amassing a pool of money and assets from which you will eventually support yourself, requires you to work, save and invest those savings.

This is where the knowledge of big picture investing will help you grow your stash of cash faster than just working and saving alone. The working and saving part is pretty basic. I think most of you understand how that “works”—ha! But the “investing” of those savings component can be a bit of a maze.

First off, you have to decide how much money you will need to retire on per year. This is your ultimate destination (or end goal).

Your Retirement Destination

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