This Will Make You $687,299.99 (my story)

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40 Comments

  1. I think investing makes life more fun, it’s interesting imo. I like the fact that you’re forced to learn and the more you learn the better you are at investing. It’s like the greatest game ever, so many players, so many competition and so much fun.

    1. Investing is very interesting and I like it. I always liked complex things to learn, where you need mental strength.
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    2. @Fonso Flo yh it really changed my life. I love it, even if I don’t do too good at picking stocks but it have gave me some much pleasure in life. Something to work toward and something to look forward to.

  2. 90% of investment content viewers on YouTube don’t want to work, ever. That is why they watch these videos looking for quick ways to get a lot of money fast. Of course at the expense of ultra high risk. That is why meme stocks got so popular.

    1. Good to add that in current high inflation economy, people would need to put extra work and hustle to pay their rising bills first. Definitely not a good times now.

    2. To become rich requires sacrifice. But it’s not hard. Just so many are so short sighted and spoiled.

  3. I use that calculator also. I like to use 5-7% return to be more conservative and factor in inflation.

  4. Sharing your story will motivate the people with the right stuff and a Drive to strive

    It will separate the lazy dreamers from the men /women/other.

  5. 7 months into YouTube, haven’t made any real money but hopefully I can make an extra $1000 per month doing something that I am really passionate about hehe thanks for this video

  6. And here I was thinking I could make some money writing on Seeking Alpha. At $1/hour, I might have to rethink that.
    I currently write articles similar to the content you produce, but on Medium. My quality of writing is extremely good, but it seems that YT is perhaps easier to grow an audience on, and that more people likely want to watch a video over reading an article — especially a long article. Does this jive with your experience?

  7. For anyone who cares, my story. I just worked as a low paying packer in a warehouse and didn’t have much of a life and after 2 years accumulated 5000 euros that I didn’t know what to do with so bought some random stocks.

    I just kept buying boring dividend stocks and 20 years later, I think maybe 10 more years I could retire. Currently, I never have to worry about spending “too much” any month.

    Even if you have a low paying job, if you just keep a steady job, you can keep investing and retire. Just wish I knew this earlier.

    1. @TheBooban, I can sure use your tips. What are your top dividend stocks? I hate losing in the current market and I just need some insight (a bone).

  8. Thanks for the story, Sven. By the way, it might be a good idea for a video: how did you saw UK and Netherlands, what did you notice, what stood out, what you liked/disliked, what first impressions proved aftewards and what changed etc.

  9. Nice video as always, . Sven if you had to choose between 3-5 etfs for the next 20 to 30 years, what would you pick ? Berkshire B 😪, Voo, IEMG, GDX, GDXJ, KWEB what do you think these would do in the next 30years ? Maybe 1-2 more commodities ETFs ( copper silver )

    1. Buy an ETF that tracks an index that’s comprised of global equities. Such as VWRL/VWRP and / or SWDA/IWDA. If you’re young that’s really all you need.

  10. Sven, thank you for this video. I also moved to Europe over 15 years ago (I am from Argentina). You should never give up and you should always strive to achieve your goals.

  11. Sven! Wonderful! I am proud of the nice set up you made for yourself, writing and reading about stocks for a living, sounds awesome!

  12. This one and the video where you told the story how you bought and rebuild your house were one of my fav videos. Thanks for sharing, i totally agree that the first step (once you know english) is to move to a first world country, (USA, EU).
    Greets from Argentina (for now…).

  13. I see it as I am simply lucky to have investing as a primary hobby. As I see it, I did not choose this hobby, life chose it for me. I also know I am extremely lucky to be born in one of the richest countries in the world. I know people from your country and all of the former Yugoslavia states move a lot and that is sad. I myself am a descendent of such people.

    But it would be great to hear how you got this interest, I reckon you did not have too many people around you to discuss free cash lows and PE multiples while gaining the interest in Croatia 😅

  14. You can write all the articles in the world, month after month week after week, it’ll never beat the person who simply began the thing early on.

    There are such a growing amount of people rinsing precious time & ad revenue off-of the lower income people. No amount of articles read, will get somebody a skill, talent or wealth.

    Nobody knows if a company or sectors of the stock market will flourish or devour into a hole for two decades, when speaking about individual companies.

    This video does highlight a good point though, you need a 2nd, 4th or even 8th personal income stream. Cash is trash, cash flow is golden.

    Money without the talent or skill to back it up is pathetic.

    Anybody investing into mutual funds from their work for 30 years will be pretty alright.

    The real ability is how can the average person find the gaps and do it within 7 years? The truth, the average person on mass can not achieve this, because the pro’s will find a way to always beat you and close the pathway and win.

  15. Also investing 1000$ a month doesn’t mean you have to buy stock every month. You can save 1000$ a month until you find a company you want to invest in and then you can start buying in chunks until you hit your investment goal. You can also choose to diversify across location, sector, country, and most importantly across time. : ) whatever strategy, first you save money that you don’t need to use, then you research and diversify the money into good value companies at fair price. Don’t get the fear of missing out, do be aware of your psychological state when you see stock go down, don’t buy into hype stock, and always learn about investing, research the company, buy at good price.

  16. That’s assuming you have something to invest in every month, most big investment opportunities to really make a difference in your life come only every few years (i.e March 2009 and March 2020, and other periods if you are looking at the right places and have access), so its best to save the money to make the big moves when they present themselves down the road.
    And while I am all for making more money, but if you lack the basic fundamental concepts of living frugally and saving it wont do you much good to make more, as you will just spend that additional income.

  17. I love the .gov compound interest calculator. It’s a great tool.
    I discovered that if you were to put $10,000 in an S&P 500 index fund for a newborn baby, they’d have around $3M to $5M when they’re 65, with zero additional contributions. Why don’t we do social security in the U.S. that way, instead of taxing payrolls? It would be the most comprehensive way of creating real financial equity in America.

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