A BIG Thank You to Grumpy Old Dan Kennedy…

As I was pulling into our garage last night, I got a text from a friend letting me know that one of my mentors, Dan Kennedy, was in hospice care with only a short time left to live. I was (and continue to be) in shock. I’ve been out of the Kennedy World for awhile…

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How to Combine Two Different Investments to Achieve Your Goals

My Cashflownaire Plan has three sequential steps: Create monthly cashflow equal to twice your living expenses. Use 50% of your cashflow to pay off all of your debt. After you’re debt-free, use 50% of your cashflow to build a financial fortress for your family This plan may seem very basic; however, I can assure you…

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Unusual Commonality Found In Evicted Rental Applicants

With all of my properties, and these unexpected vacancies, I end up taking in many rental applications over the course of a year. If I had to guess, I would say that I receive over 30 applications every month for various properties. It never fails to amaze me that in EVERY single application where the…

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“Insane” Life Trades…

In the 2017 annual shareholder letter for Berkshire Hathaway, you’ll find this from Mr. Warren Buffett: “Our aversion to leverage has dampened our returns over the years. But Charlie and I sleep well. Both of us believe it is insane to risk what you have and need in order to obtain what you don’t need.…

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How To Maintain Wealth for Decades (including a picture of a long-term wealth machine)

Last year, I wrote a detailed report showing how to preserve wealth. I had studied who wealthy European families kept wealth for several generations. (This report was included as a special bonus for my Cashflownaire Members. If you’d like to study this report, become a Member here and I”ll send it to you.) I have…

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