Timenaire – The Value of an Hour

The time value of money suggests that a dollar today is worth more than a dollar in the future. The future dollar’s value falls more (and more) the further you go into the future. A dollar today is worth far more than a dollar thirty years from now. Since this is true, wouldn’t the following…

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Invest or Pay Down Debt?

One of my “Cashflownaire Members” recently sent this question: “If you have limited dolla dolla billz and had to make one priority, would you invest or pay down debt?” This is a great question, isn’t it? We all have limited dolla, dolla, billz and this question forces us to think strategically. Which opportunity offers the…

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GUARANTEED Daily Improvement in Your Health, Finances & Mindset

Several years ago, a partner and I started a gym in a commercial property I owned at the time.  Our main goal was to help our gym members get in the best shape of their lives. We did this by providing great fat burning workouts, fat loss nutrition plans, one-on-one coaching and weekly accountability. IF…

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How to Create Cashflow by Accumulating Undervalued Assets

I’m not a big baseball fan but ended up reading “Moneyball” by Michael Lewis over the summer. It’s an awesome book, and I highly recommend it. Moneyball is about how the Oakland A’s consistently engineered a playoff baseball team with one of the lowest payrolls in professional baseball. The reason why I recommend reading Moneyball…

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How to Stress Test Your Cashflow

In the podcast with Quentin D’Souza available here, he happened to mention that he “stress tests” his portfolio every year. You’ve probably heard of bank stress tests, right? Investopedia defines a bank stress test as… “An analysis conducted under hypothetical scenarios designed to determine whether a bank has enough capital to withstand a negative economic…

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