The elegance of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad is in its simplicity. You invest for cash flow. An asset is something that puts money in your pocket while a liability is something that takes money out of your pocket. That simplicity was frowned upon by Kiyosaki’s critics when the book came out. Financial critics […]
Happy holidays everyone! I hope you all had time to rest and rejuvenate. How about we make some New Year’s resolutions and stick to them in 2017. There are thousands of you out there listening to me from around the world. If you’re listening to my program, that means that you are already investing in […]
Everyone has to protect their assets. The problem is that most of us don’t think about it very much until it’s too late. We live in an incredibly litigious society. Who knows when you might get into a fender bender or one of your kids does and the next thing you know you’re getting sued. […]
As you know, I am pretty passionate about entrepreneurship and investing. Specifically, I tend to be dogmatic on investing in real assets. Am I right? I don’t know. Obviously I think so. That said, there are plenty of rational, smart human beings that are investing in a more traditional fashion. Are they wrong? Obviously I […]
It has been a crazy couple weeks for me. As some of you know, I am aggressively pursuing some deals in a couple of great US multifamily markets and I’m getting really close to getting some under contract. That’s good news for me and for my investors! If that sounds interesting to you, make sure […]
Real asset investing is not limited to the rich. In fact, if you look at the crowdfunding movement on the internet, you can now invest in just about anything you want. Crowdfunding laws in recent years were intended to rectify the “unfair advantage” that the more affluent had to investments with greater profit potential. But… […]
No one wants to get old but it’s better than the alternative. Imagine getting to that age when you are unable to take care of yourself and you start feeling like a burden on your kids. What do you do? These days, most people in this situation end up at an assisted living facility. When […]
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