It’s an exciting moment when you are ready to invest in a cash-producing asset. You may have spent years flipping real estate and hustling to get to this point, and you deserve lots of praise and commendation for staying so focused and no raising your spending along with your earnings. Read more!
In the December 2014 edition of my Forever Cash newsletter, I shared some tips for valuing a business as an asset. I’m not talking about an online store, but about a good old-fashioned brick and mortar business that serves the people of a single community. Read more!
As part of this week’s “What can we learn from…” series, I wanted to take a closer look at the career of Jim Walton – the son of Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club founder Sam Walton. Although he was certainly born with more advantages than most of us could dream of, he has still earned a reputation for himself as a hard worker and a smart investor. Read more!
As part of our “What can we learn from…” series this week, I wanted to talk about John D. Rockefeller of Standard Oil fame. Thought by some to be the richest American who ever lived (personally owning 1.5% of the country’s GDP when he died), Rockefeller became a household name when he set up a monopoly over oil refineries in the second half of the 19th century.
What lessons can we learn from this oil magnate? Read more!
There is so much that we can learn from successful investors and entrepreneurs, if only we were to take the time to hear their story and look at how it worked out for them. So what can we learn from Jeff Bezos? Read more!
Continuing this week’s theme of extracting lessons from successful investors and entrepreneurs, I want to answer the question: what can we learn from Mark Cuban? Read more!
All this week on my blog, I will be looking at the lives of wealthy and successful individuals to see what lessons we can extract. Up first is Warren Buffet, a man known for investing in the right companies. Read more!
Real estate has made up the majority of my investment portfolio for more than ten years, right about the time that I decided to take my finances into my own hands. I have flipped land, houses, I own rental properties, and I have spent countless hours coaching others and teaching others how they can do the same. Read more!
When a sailboat is on the water, it doesn’t matter which the way the wind blows because the sailboat can easily adjust its sails and course to catch the wind and eventually get where it needs to go. Read more!
This week on my blog, I am taking some time to talk about how awesome real estate is. Even though I have invested in other kinds of assets, real estate still is and always will be my favorite! I already spoke about real estate’s inherent value due to its being in limited supply, so let me tell you another reason why I love real estate: it’s a tangible asset. Read more!