Who’s behind Net Worth Explosion


I’m Chris.  I’m just a normal guy.  A normal guy, with a great family, and a normal job.  But that doesn’t mean my family has to have the normal American net worth.  The average net worth for an American household over the age of 65 is a measley $171,135.  That’s the 50th percentile.  But even more discouraging is that the 70th percentile only boasts a net worth of $344,870.  According to nerdwallet.com, the typical savings rate for an American household is around 5%.  What the hell is 5% going to do for anyone?


The mission of net worth explosion is to influence and motivate families around the world to save more money.  I will be doing this by giving personal testimony of my families financial journey, as well as, elaborating on common sense methodology for your money that will keep things simple and give you an opportunity to grow your net worth quickly and efficiently.

Money gives you FREEDOM and freedom lets you do whatever it is you want to do.  You don’t like the way someone is treating you at work?  You have the freedom to stand up for yourself without worrying about the repercussions.  You don’t like the hours you have to work at your job?  You can quit your job and find another one because you’re not living paycheck to paycheck.  There is no reason for anyone to be broke in America.  Our country is filled with more opportunities than ever before and it is possible for everyone to retire with dignity.  I am here to show you the way!

2 thoughts on “Who’s behind Net Worth Explosion”

  1. Appreciate the honesty & intent of your passion here. I am a recently 40 year young substitute teacher here in SD who barely gets by month to month. To top that off over the past decade I’ve accrued a significant amount of debt that has been weighing me down down down. A decade ago. I was free n clear. What a feeling ! Now I am asking myself. Ok Corey. How are we going to do this. Only a couple days back. I took my head out of the proverbial sand pit I had dug & found out just how much I owe. At least from here I can see what needs to be done. Looking into my options but education is always key. Thanks again !

    1. Corey- I’m glad you’re here. I know it can be difficult and it can feel like the hole you dug was too deep, but you’re here learning how to dig out of that hole! Believe me, it took me 3 1/2 years of sacrifice to finally get out of debt but it was worth it. I’m glad you’re here! You have hope on your side. It can be done, so lets get started!!!

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