If you haven’t figured it out yet, I believe strongly that investing is a team sport. Like team sports, it can be fun and rewarding–especially when you win. I talk to investors in Wealth Formula’s Accredited Investor Club all the time and often hear the frustration of those interested in investing outside of the equity […]
As many you know, I will be leaving Chicago in August to move to Santa Barbara, CA. For the last 5 years, my family and I have gone to the same beach house every August. It always ends up being the best couple of weeks of the year. So last year in August, I did […]
I have a lot of people in Investor Club who lend to flippers. These notes pay pretty well–I hear over 12-15 percent on a regular basis. These investors ask why they would ever invest in anything with less return. It’s a fair question but there is a very good answer. When you lend to people […]
In 1789 Benjamin Franklin wrote, “Our new constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Well, if you have paid attention to any of my emails and posts in the last couple weeks urging you to download […]
The other day, I was speaking with a member of investor club and he said that it was very hard for him to look around and see funds (like AHP) that were offering double digit returns and take them seriously. He was comparing them to the low single digits of dividends in the equity markets. […]
Last week, my wife and I took our daughters to a town fair. We stayed until the end and as we were walking out were offered free cases of blueberry yogurt drinks and bottled ice coffees–whatever was left over from what they couldn’t sell at the fair. At my urging, my eight year old daughter […]
I keep reading about how the equity markets are bracing because of all of the things going on in the news–senate hearings on Trump and Russia, the referendum in the UK, and the fed about to raise rates again. People are worried about how these national and global events will affect their retirement money. Never […]
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