The Broke Investor is someone who has plenty of ideas, plans, goals, etc. but does not have the technical aptitude, connections or $$$ to continue moving forward with their life plan. Luckily, at the end of 2016, it is easier NOW more than any other time in history to generate wealth.
Since I also fall under The Broke Investor group, I have made a commitment to continue on my life plan regardless of circumstance. As a recent graduate with student loans that COULD HAVE been avoided, I can not just sit around and wonder what could have, should have, would have been. The time for creating hypotheses is over.
Now it’s about getting over The Broke Investor’s mindset and experimenting with what I have to work with. Long story short, Mathematician graduate with a concentration in programming. The programming part was studied during my spare time. No formal recognition was given since I only completed a few CS courses. The majority of my programming experience comes from online tutorials, slideshows, videos, etc.
With a little over 30k in debt
and no desire to work for someone else, something has to happen. For the past two years, I have been contemplating several ideas that have the potential to make it if properly executed. As all ideas go, they are worth as much as the paper they are written on. The sad part is, I would rather let my ideas stay idle than let the world benefit from them.
To avoid being labeled crazy, again, I will hold back from spilling the beans on where I want to be in the next 1 – 3 years and how I am going to get there. Instead, I will be sharing my journey here at thebrokeinvestor.com.
On that note, I would like to thank you for investing your time reading this.
Keep growing, keep investing. Even if you are the broke investor.