Curious to see how much you invest annually. I am personally in the over 25% category right now. My plan is to invest as much as possible in my 20s then scale back my investments in my 30s - 40s to provide a high quality of life for my family.
How Much of your salary/pay do you invest annually?
9%Under 10%
9%10-15%
18%15-25%
63%Over 25%
11 VotesPoll ended on: 05/13/22
Conor Mac's avatar
About 50% of post-tax earnings give or take
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@investmenttalk That's incredible, Conor!
10%pre 15% post not counting covered call income that will eventually be invested.
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@surfngolf Covered calls are one of the many stock market wealth hacks. Happy to see you utilizing those (especially if you learned them from my stream).
@investorinsight definitely learned from stream and will be a life long practice.
Hag's avatar
I’m at about 33% of net income on average, I’m lucky enough to work in an income tax free country so that’s awesome.
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@hag Congrats! That's an incredible percentage.
Hag's avatar
I’m now going to go research covered calls 🤔
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@hag You are welcome to send me a DM with any questions.

I am working on a selling options educational guide currently, but its not done just yet.
Hag's avatar
@investorinsight thanks Preston, very kind of you and best of luck with the educational guide.
@hag good way to get some more powder to invest.
Alex Biestek's avatar
25%+

Full throttle.
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@acb123 Thats an incredible number! Keep it up but dont forget to enjoy life some as well haha.
Alex's avatar
Would be interesting to break this down by age bracket as well
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@alex18 Great idea for another poll.
Jensen Butler's avatar
50% post-tax for me! I keep my expenses as low as possible and am very cost conscious. (aka I'm cheap) I only buy downward trending stocks 😄
Preston | Investor Insight's avatar
@jensen Wow, impressive! Seems like every stock is down-trending now haha.

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