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What do we Solve?
Are you hit by a SLOW Financial GROWTH?
- The single biggest financial killer – Lack of multiple incomes or relying on a single income.
- Only 15% of high net worth individuals (HNIs) have regular multiple sources of income.
- 85% of the HNIs are ASSET RICH but CASH POOR (i.e they are hugely underutilizing their assets and couldn’t generate sufficient cash flows to map their expenses).
What’s the problem?
- 80% of individuals lack basic financial planning skills.
- Only 10% of individuals in the educated community have strong financial awareness or experience.
- Over 60% of financial products sales managers are too occupied to push their own products.
- 67% of financial professionals or advisors do not have strong knowledge or experience about niche financial products or strategies
So what’s the impact?
- Potential wealth creation and income generation loss of up to 75% by not acquiring new financial skills.
- Actual wealth creation loss of up to 50% by underutilizing their assets.
- Actual income generation loss of up to 20% by non-leveraging their liquid assets.
- Huge expenditure or investment is lost in acquiring, maintaining, and selling real assets.
- High investments in acquisition and maintenance costs or low-income potential of physical assets.
What is the indicator of SLOW GROWTH?
The major indicator of slow growth is unable to generate positive cash flows or regular income despite having assets adding growth to net worth. When one has assets generating regular cash flows, they can be used for meeting regular expenses and retiring early.
Always remember that,
- Net worth doesn’t help you retire; regular cash flows from the assets do.
- One of the biggest indicators of financial intelligence is regular cash flow into your pockets.
- However, it’s not just the cash inflows from the assets that count, it’s important how regular and stable are these cash flows are.
When do you require Advanced Financial Strategies?
Advanced Financial Strategies are required when you
- have a huge long-term fixed deposit and you earn just the bank interest income.
- have a good long-term stock portfolio and you have only dividend income from it.
- have a large long-term mutual funds investment and it grows only when the market moves up.
- aim for huge returns with low investment and nominal risk.
- want strategies to increase net worth with low-risk outcomes.
Major differences between professionals and amateurs are:
- Amateurs always go for capital gains, while professionals go for cash flows.
- Amateurs always try to hedge or protect investments with diversification, but professionals use option contracts to insure their investments.
- Many amateurs give priority to regular savings than looking for maximum capital appreciation and regular cash flow opportunities.
- Many amateur investors find their priorities change to spending or conventional capital appreciation investing once they become rich rather than focusing on regular cashflows.
We apply the principles of expectancy and risk management to make more by risking less.
The truth is mathematical expectancy determines the profits or income of your assets or portfolio.
Our focus is on making the most from science of investing and trading so that you can go to the next step beyond “buy, hold, and pray” and no longer be stuck on the roller coaster of uncontrolled risk.
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Right now, you face two choices for your assets and investment portfolio…
1. Begin financial decisions scientifically with a known, positive expectancy (positive expected return).
(Take your financial skill from traditional buy and hold investing to the next level by better controlling risk, lowering costs, and producing more consistent, reliable returns with low risk.)
2. Gamble with your financial future by putting capital at risk in the face of uncertainty.
(If you don’t know the expected return on your financial strategy then you’re gambling with your financial future because you’re putting capital at risk on an unknown return.)
This is the multiplier step: do it correctly, and all your efforts will be magnified through compounding; do it incorrectly, and all your efforts will be wasted.
Right Psychology, Right Planning and Right action are required for the success.
SIGHT is defined as what you see with your eyes. VISION is what you see with your mind.
SIGHT keeps you where you are, but VISION propels you forward.
Earning Money is action
Keeping Money is behavior
Growing and Making Money is Knowledge
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