How do you go from living on just $0.41 a day to retiring at 31 with a cool million dollars?
Find out in this groundbreaking new book by Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung, two leaders of the FIRE movement (Financially Independent, Retire Early).
In Quit Like a Millionaire, you’ll get the full-blown account of how Kristy went from a childhood of poverty in China to being a world-traveling millionaire, all without hitting on any miracle investments or becoming a hotshot entrepreneur. Instead, Kristy followed a perfectly logical and mathematical plan that allowed her to build wealth on her own terms.
Here is just a sampling of the steps Kristy took and those she recommends for readers to reach her goal:
- Decrease your daily spending without compromising on quality of life.
- Build a million-dollar portfolio.
- Fortify your investments to survive bear markets and black-swan events.
- Use the 4 percent rule and the Yield Shield.
Quit Like a Millionaire is packed with fascinating snapshots of Kristy’s journey, along with loads of actionable advice you can immediately start implementing into your own life. The clear investment strategies and financial planning outlined in the book break through any excuses and bring the life you never thought possible into the realm of reality. At times instructive, often hilarious, and always inspiring, Quit Like a Millionaire is your ultimate roadmap for a life of financial independence.
Readers are devouring this offering from a famed millennial revolution couple, though some complain that the book is too U.S.-centric and does not present a universal manifesto for early retirement. Others claim it takes some financial knowledge on the part of the reader for granted, without offering any tips or “how-to” help for true newbies in the world of finance. Most readers, though, are calling Quit Like a Millionaire a page-turning, mind-opening book that is sure to find its place on the bookshelf of personal finance classics.
Are you wondering if it’s possible for you to quit like a millionaire? Pick up your copy of this just-released book and find out today!
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