Mr. Free At 33

ABOUT JASON FIEBER
Founder and publisher of Mr. Free At 33. Founder of Dividend Mantra. Author of best-selling The Dividend Mantra Way. I became financially free at 33 years old through a combination of hard work, frugal living, strategic entrepreneurship, intelligent investing, patience, persistence, and perseverance. I'm sharing my perspective on what life is like being financially independent at such a young age in order to inspire others looking for a similar lifestyle. I'm in pursuit of happiness, and I believe that being financially free is vital toward that end. I hope that by trying to become a better version of myself every single day, I help you become a better version of you. I write about how financial independence, frugalism, dividend growth investing, passions, and minimalism all holistically work together to improve happiness from a personal perspective in real-time.

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Warren Buffett’s Top Ten Investing Lessons

| September 6, 2019 | 0 Comments
Warren Buffett’s Top Ten Investing Lessons

I’ve been studying legendary investor Warren Buffett for almost ten years. It’s largely because of his teachings that I’ve been able to build a significant amount of wealth and retire in my early 30s, as I lay out in 5 Steps To Retire In 5 Years. By following a number of Buffett’s timeless investing lessons, I […]

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Five Reasons Why It’s Great To Be A Dividend Growth Investor During Market Turmoil

| August 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
Five Reasons Why It’s Great To Be A Dividend Growth Investor During Market Turmoil

I’m sure I don’t need to tell anyone out there that the US stock market has been volatile over the last few days. An escalation of the US-China trade war, along with what now might be a currency war on top of it, has only added to concerns after a Federal Reserve interest rate cut […]

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Surround Yourself With Winners

| January 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
Surround Yourself With Winners

Motivational speaker Jim Rohn has a great quote that’s highly memorable: “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Now, you could quibble with the numbers a little bit. But there’s a simple theme we can take away from this. And we can apply that theme in our investing activities, […]

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