Innoware’s Weekly Millionaire Blog – Edition 3 – January 21, 2018
Low fee or No fee brokerage for long term Index Investing
This is my Blog # 3 of 520. If you remember, I have decided to send 1 email each Sunday on “Long Term Index Investing” for 10 years.
So, a total of 520 emails to you. This is email # 3.
Our Index Investing book, that sells on Amazon.com for $49 but available for free download at
• First, continue your day job, work hard and keep on earning your regular paycheck.
• Second, develop a habit to cut down unnecessary expenses and save at least 10% of your monthly salary and at minimum try to save $20 per day which comes to approximately $415 per month or $5,000 per year. If you want, you can put this money into an IRA account to let it grow.
• Third, invest this amount on a continuous basis day after day (or week after week or month after month) for 10 years in ETFs based on Stock Market indexes. Let the power of time and compounding make you a millionaire in 10 years.
We have many Sundays to communicate.
First Things First: Do you have a low fee brokerage account?
If yes, fine.
If not. Why not open at account at Robinhood? Download the Robinhood app on your phone.
If you want to invest $500 a month in these stock market index ETFs, you need a low fee or no fee brokerage account.
Or open a tastyworks.com account. You would need a referral code. You can use the below link:
Our Index Investing Portfolio
You can see our Index Investing Portfolio at
You can look at the tab – “2018 Long Term Index Investing” in the above google docs.
Hope to communicate with you next Sunday again where we will assume that you are all set in terms of having a low fee or no fee brokerage account.
!! In the mean time, if there are any questions, feel free to email us.
Note: Nothing would make us more happy than to see 10,000 more new millionaires in the year 2028!!
Spread the word around, pass this email to your friends / acquaintances / neighbors / family / Co-workers / people you meet on the street.
The material contained in this blog is being provided for informational purposes only and nothing herein constitutes investment, legal, accounting or tax advice, or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a security. No recommendation or advice is being given as to whether any investment or strategy is suitable for a particular investor. It should not be assumed that any investments in securities, companies, sectors or markets identified and described were or will be profitable. As an investor, you are fully responsible for any investment decision that you make.