My Wealth Wheel method is comprised of several steps (as you can see below):
I came across this video the other day.
The video answers a question from some investor in Singapore looking to investing real estate. While you are probably looking to invest in the US – the analysis is solid and worth looking at. Read more!
My past few posts have been all about great pieces of advice that I have come across in my studies. But this post is about one that impacted me personally and had a lot to do with me choosing the path of real estate investment. Read more!
How much would you pay to spend a few minutes picking Bill Gates’ brain? Read more!
Today on my blog I am sharing some helpful tidbits of that can help you to grow and to protect your wealth as you make one investment after another. This post is about that great man Charlie Munger and his simple diagnosis as to why some people make poor financial decisions. Read more!
This week on my blog I am sharing little gems of advice that can help you to grow and to protect your wealth as you make one investment after another. Today’s comes from Peter Lynch. Read more!
This week on my blog, I will be sharing some advice from some incredibly successful people. While entire books could be (and have been) written about these people and their careers, in each post this week I will focus on just extracting one jewel from these deep mines of wisdom.
Ready to get started?
Then let me begin with the Oracle of Omaha himself, Warren Buffet. Read more!
I am always on the lookout for a good deal, but this one seemed a little too good to be true.
This beautiful house is nearly a century old and has been well-cared for.
The new owner is willing to give the house away for free… to the first person who will move it to a new location.
Ah… there’s the catch.
Still, though… it’s pretty tempting, don’t you think?
I love real estate and I have developed all sorts of methods for getting great deals. But even this one surprised me: you can buy a whole town complete with structures and 62 acres for less than it costs to buy an apartment in New York City. Read more!
I hate scammers, and I’m sure that you do too.