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Invest for greater impact!

Faithful Wealth Builders are focused on multiplying what God has entrusted to us so we can be a greater blessing to others for His glory! Matthew 25:14-30

What if you could retire years earlier to invest more time and energy into what’s most important to you?

What if you could provide more resources to help your family in the future?

What if you could donate significantly more money over your lifetime to causes you are passionate about?

What is the problem?

Most investors pay significant fees and don’t make as much as they could with simple low cost investment strategies.

Why does this matter?

It can add up to millions of dollars over a lifetime!

FWB Goals:

✓ Higher lifetime investing returns 
✓ Minimal time & cost to manage
✓ More time for faith and family

FWB Approach:

Invest in the S&P 500 index following a mechanical rules based buy-sell strategy that has significantly outperformed buy and hold over the long run in our hypothetical back testing.

Percentage of large cap funds that underperformed the S&P 500

Compare a hypothetical $10,000 investment in FWB's strategy with S&P 500 buy and hold since March 2000.

FWB Basic since 2000 6-15-24

S&P 500 Buy and Hold Strategy:
7.3% Annual Avg Return

• Maximum Drop = 55%

FWB Strategy:

10.5% Annual Avg Return

• Maximum Drop = 33%

• Only 53 trades in 23 years

A few % can make a big difference over your lifetime!


If you earn $48,000 at age 22 

and your income rises 5% yearly,

you save 10%,
your investments make 7% yearly,
and you retire 45 years later,
you would have $2,992,414

at retirement.

Young happy man
Storytime with Grandpa

But what if you only change the return?

8% average return = $3,826,820
10% average return = $6,462,396
12% average return = $11,307,658

Higher returns on your investments can have a greater impact than what you earn and save during your entire career!

Consider this from one of the best investors ever:

"When trillions of dollars are managed by Wall Streeters charging high fees, it will usually be the managers who reap outsized profits, not the clients. Both large and small investors should stick with low-cost index funds."

-Warren Buffett

Warren Buffet swears by this inexpensive investing strategy that anyone can try

Which level is right for you?

Level 0



Average investors typically perform worse than the S&P 500 on average

Pays fees to others

to manage his portfolio

Performance typically worse

than S&P 500 on average

Level 1



Warren Buffett promotes buying and holding low cost S&P 500 index funds

 Buys and holds

low cost S&P 500 ETF

10.0% gain since 1928 

83% max drop since 1928

$1,000 turned into

$10 million

Level 2



FWB Basic Strategy beat the S&P 500 by over 10x with less risk since 1928

Follows FWB Strategy

buying & selling S&P 500 ETF

12.6% gain since 1928

37% max drop since 1928

$1,000 turned into

$96 million

Further details on the assumptions used for our hypothetical backtesting

and the main risks as we see them are on these linked pages.

Completely Free of Charge

Subscribers receive a weekly email that shows what I am doing in my own portfolio following this mechanical buy-sell strategy. 

You may cancel at any time, and you will no longer receive the weekly email.

What you get as a Faithful Wealth Builder subscriber. 

Subscribers receive a weekly email update publishing whether I am buying or selling the S&P 500 based on this mechanical strategy. 

This strategy would have  been invested in the S&P 500 most of the time (79%) and would have only required 137 trades over 96 years. This is not a high frequency trading system.


On the Saturdays when a signal to buy or sell is given, I enter an order to buy or sell for the following Monday. Actually placing a trade order typically takes less than 10 minutes.

This approach has reduced the emotions inherent with stock market volatility and allowed me to invest my most important asset (my time) on my faith and family, which matter most to me.

The FWB strategy beat the S&P 500 in backtesting
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If we can help just 1% of Christians make a few percent more annually on average over their lifetimes, it will result in billions more to support their families and the good Christian ministries they support.
This is our why.

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