How to NOT Lose Money In The Next Market Crash (whenever that may be)

Last year, I stumbled across an article on Fool.com with this headline: “Buffett to Berkshire Shareholders: Be Prepared to Lose Half Your Money” The headline is really just a marketing hook to get readership. The key sentence in the article is actually this: “Buffett warns Berkshire investors that losses of 50% or more are not…

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The TWO Money Rules of One of The Richest Men in the World: J. Paul Getty

Last year, I went to see the movie “All The Money In The World” when it was in the theaters. It’s the true story of the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson. At the time of the kidnapping, Getty was one of the richest men in the world. His grandson was kidnapped as a way…

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How Arnold Schwarzenegger Became a Millionaire (the real story)

Well before he was known as the “Terminator,” before his governorship in California or his role as host of “Celebrity Apprentice,” Arnold Schwarzenegger kicked off his career as a movie celebrity in the film “Conan the Barbarian.” That was when he was 35 years old. And while the film helped propel him into the stratosphere…

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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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