Pete Wargent used shares, index funds and investment property to become a millionaire at the age of 33 and quit fulltime work. His new book is a detailed plan for achieving financial freedom at any age by taking control of your finances and implementing a holistic financial strategy.
The global financial crisis has seen us living through times of great volatility and uncertainty. Many people have been forced to endure periods of unemployment, housing has become almost unaffordable and it seems that the concept of a job for life is a thing of the past. It is more important than ever that we create a sustainable lifestyle and have a financial plan that is not totally reliant on a job and a salary.
Get a Financial Grip looks at the psychology and mindset of success as well as looking at the asset classes that can be used to attain the leverage and returns to achieve financial goals. The author presents a comprehensive, but easy to understand plan for building and balancing a portfolio for generating wealth through compound growth. It shows how your money can work for you and give you the best odds of breaking the link between work and income.
This is not just another text on financial and investment theory, it is a practical, specific and life-changing plan to propel your finances to a level you may never have believed possible. It’s a simple plan for achieving financial freedom; offering you the chance to live the life you choose.
What others are saying about Pete’s book
“In these uncertain economic times, it’s never been more important to take control of your financial life. This book will help you formulate a plan to have your money working harder and smarter for you.” Michael Yardney, Metropole Property Strategists, best selling author and voted Australia’s leading property investment adviser
‘Get a Financial Grip’ – Must Read Book of 2012 MyPropertyJournal (read more)
I love Wargent’s book because he has actually done what he has so brilliantly written about. It is a must read for anyone wanting to take control of their financial situation and create wealth for themselves. I love the way he so simply communicates what can be complex issues. The book has left me feeling empowered and excited about my own wealth.” – Andrew Jobling, author of several books including international best-seller Dance Until it Rains