Smart Moves = Financial Freedom

You want to achieve financial independence?

Well it takes a lot of focus and some hard work, but it is definitely doable. 

I know.  I have been investing for over 20 years and reached financial freedom a few years back.

Now I'm building Mighty Investor to help you do the same, and I'm delighted you've stopped by.

Take a look around.  Kick the tires.  See if there is anything helpful to you and focus on that.  If not, no hard feelings.  I promise.

Feel free to reach out if you like.  Or check out one of our free courses.

I do have one request, though.  You see, the first (and only) rule of Mighty Investor Club is the following:

We take our finances seriously, but we 
don't take ourselves too seriously. 

So, please, relax.  Kick back.  Have some fun here.  After all, life is challenging enough without making our websites a bore.  No?

We've got a lot of work ahead.  

But are you ready for the next step? 

We'll start with Savings.  There's a reason we start there.  I'll tell you on the other side.

Tom Johnston, Founder of

P.S. If you want to keep up to date on the resources we recommend (most of them are free), just click here.  

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