3 Steps to Becoming a Blue-Collar Millionaire
He worked as a janitor and a gas station attendant … yet he died a multimillionaire.
The only way anyone knew is because, in his will, he left $4 million to a hospital and $2 million to the local library.
His formula for building wealth was simple: He bought stocks he read about in The Wall Street Journal. Doesn’t get any harder than that.
Now, there’s something you need to know about investing. The claim that you have to be super smart to be a great stock picker is nothing more than hogwash.
You don’t need a high IQ, an Ivy League degree or complex math. Wall Street likes to complicate the process and make it so complex that you need to seek their advice.
But there are countless stories of average people who picked stocks, held on to them and retired with millions of dollars.
The world only found out about these people after they bequeathed their wealth to charities or institutions.
Let me introduce you to one such man from Vermont.
In this video, I discuss:
- Who Ronald Read was: a blue-collar employee with a net worth of $8 million.
- Three crucial steps that will contribute to your growing wealth.
- And one useful tip that will simplify the way you choose stocks.
Check out my video below.
Anyone Can Get Wealthy
Ronald Read might not be a household name, but he sure is well known in Brattleboro, Vermont.
He worked as a gas station employee and janitor. And lived a frugal life, foraging for firewood and using safety pins to hold his coat together.
The more I learned about Read, the more I realized he was following a tried-and-true formula of making money in the stock market.
And remember, instead of listening to Wall Street, the easiest and clearest path is to buy financially sound companies when they are trading at bargain prices.
That’s it — nothing more complicated than that.
In the world of Goliath money managers with trillions of dollars in assets under management, you, David … have the advantage.
And in my next video, I’ll show you how.
Editor, Alpha Investor Report
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