Robert Kiyosaki opened my eyes to the notion of passive multiple income streams 9 years ago and it changed my life. Of course, my dad had been talking about “cash flow investing” since I was born but for some reason I was too dense to figure out what he meant. In the context of Kiyosaki, […]
I have said on a number of occasions that Wealth Formula Podcast is NOT a Real Estate Show. So why do we talk so much about real estate? Well, for people who want to grow their wealth, there simply is no other asset class with a better track record and more upside than real estate. […]
I have arrived to Southern California and I am now writing to you from my new office which, for the first time in Wealth Formula Podcast History, is NOT a part of my home. This time away from the show has given me some time to reflect. I do have a lot to say to […]
When I was in high school, I used to BLAST Led Zeppelin on my drive to school. My favorite album was Led Zeppelin IV. My music tastes haven’t changed much since then. In fact, my music repertoire pretty much ends 1992–the year I graduated high school. Even ’92 is a bit late for most of […]
Several weeks ago, I sent out a “Weekly Wealth Widget” about BASIC estate planning–the stuff you absolutely have to have to protect your family in case you die. I was amazed at the high percentage of people who did not already have this information. That’s downright scary. Listen–no one likes to think about dying much […]
I have been on a real anti-conventional wisdom kick lately if you haven’t noticed. You see, I think that conventional wisdom in personal finance is a big Wall Street scam! Invest in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds for the long run? Why is that conventional wisdom? Well, who benefits if you continuously dump money into […]
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 […]
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