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A Perfect Disaster

Filed in General, Investment Secrets by on May 13, 2019 0 Comments
A Perfect Disaster

Why trying to be perfect is a great way to fail – and how to avoid it.   The best is the enemy of success! What I mean by this is so many of us are so focused on the best that we take very little action towards our success. We are focused on the […]

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FINANCIAL DEFENSE The True Path to Wealth

Filed in Investment Secrets by on April 12, 2019 0 Comments
FINANCIAL DEFENSE The True Path to Wealth

“Congratulations! You play fantastic offense” This was said sarcastically by Thomas J Stanley in his famous book, The Millionaire Next Door. I have not read or listened to this book in more than eight years, but I still remember this phrase. That one, and the millionaire saying, “I drink two types or beer. Budweiser and […]

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Should You Invest In Retirement Accounts?

Filed in Investment Secrets by on October 9, 2018 0 Comments
Should You Invest In Retirement Accounts?

By Travis Sperr: I think of this frequently, “Where is money best invested for the future?” As a real estate investor, I often run the numbers to see how much cash-flow I need to live the way I deserve to in “retirement”. I use quotes around retirement, because I don’t plan to work into the […]

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Drive for Show, Putt for Dough: Why Smaller Moves Will Make You More Money

Filed in Fix and Flip, Investment Secrets by on September 11, 2018 0 Comments
Drive for Show, Putt for Dough: Why Smaller Moves Will Make You More Money

Last week I shot a 97. That was my best round yet. I started golfing about 3 years ago, and I am enjoying the challenge. I first took lessons to learn how to hold the club and make contact with the ball, which was surprisingly difficult. I remember that accidentally breaking a club in half […]

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Theme of The Super Wealthy: What the Upper Class Invests In

Filed in Investment Secrets by on September 5, 2018 0 Comments
Theme of The Super Wealthy: What the Upper Class Invests In

His father was a successful steamboat operator, yet his mother, Phebe, was forced to make her own money and take care of the kids.  She too was successful, but she made her money by loaning her money.  That secret was passed on to her son, Cornelius Vanderbilt.  Cornelius is the most well-known from a family […]

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