Do You Deserve to be Wealthy?
Received my latest end Dec 2014 CPF investment account statement 4 days ago. As you can see, my $39k investment has become $123k – a new record. This is achieved over a 7-year period while sleeping.
Yup, done while sleeping. No Trading, No Charts, No News, No Options/CFDs.
If I add on the dividends collected in this mini portfolio, it would be more than $150k! A total of 285% net return, averaging 40% simple return annually.
In layman’s term, my $39,000 CPF capital contributes $1,321 extra monthly income (net profit) to my CPF ordinary account (on top of my normal CPF contribution) without the need for me to lift my finger to do any work. It takes one employee’s salary of $6,300 monthly to contribute $1,321 into their ordinary account (assuming 25-45 years old with 21% in Ordinary Account, 7% in Special Account and 9% in MediSave Account). In a nutshell, I just have another “$6,300 monthly salaried job” without me working.
The best part, I’m only 39 with another 26 more years to collect these FREE CPF contributions.
In fact, I started my CPF investment portfolio with only $16k CPF money in 2003; it has since generated more than $400k net profit. A net return of 2,400% so far (with documentation as proof and will be taught in www.valueinvestingsummit.com). This also means that my low capital base of $16k generated $3,000 monthly in my OA for the last 11 years!
And these are just icing on the cake because I’m already financially free with my other cash investments, businesses and properties.
As I look back these 11 years, it has dawned on me that I deserve to be wealthy.
In fact, very very wealthy.
Why it that so?
Only ONE reason – I am extremely COMMITTED towards my financial freedom.
1) I am committed to learn, unlearn and relearn to improve my financial literacy.
2) I am committed to invest Time, Energy and Money to read, attend seminars/programmes and seek mentors to guide me.
3) I am committed to take massive action in buying assets (like equities and properties) first rather than liabilities (like annual big holidays, cars, branded bags, luxury watches etc).
4) I am committed to improve the lives of others using the wealth that I have generated.
5) I am committed to let my results do the talking rather than the dream of striking the lottery.
6) I am committed to take charge of my own financial destiny rather than depending on government and employer’s policies.
7) I am committed to take personal responsibility for my own results rather than to lay blame, justify and be in self denial.
How about You?
How committed are You?
Do You Deserve to be Wealthy?
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