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Admission of the week: I am not as financially prepared as I need to be

16 Feb

Admission of the week:

I am not as financially prepared as I need to be.

So no long story or fancy financial news or social media hacks today.

Today what I have for you is a stark admission- I am not financially prepared to a level I need to be or should be given the amount of financial intelligence I possess.

I know how to make money. I know how to save money. I know how to be resourceful. The problem is I haven’t put all these skills together. Now as my own lawyer I will say I left my home state and job career excetera to relocate with my family when it was only three people deep and now there’s four people deep cuz my next son is coming in 2 months. Now I can say that that was the reason I could not get ahead. But I’ll be honest and say that the impetus of having a family should have moved me before I had a family. I know that’s a lot to swallow it’s a simple fact and a basic truth. I did not commit when I should have. I was having making some money having some Investments and getting some stocks.

And yes I own some Tesla and some Sprint and some muscle farm and some other companies. But it is not enough. My family deserves so much more. And you know what, in all honesty my peace of mind deserves more. When we say we do it for our family or friends are Legacy excetera that’s all great oh, but you should be doing it for yourself. I should be dominating the world because I want to. And I want to. I just kind of quit when things got comfortable. The lesson tonight is simply don’t get comfortable build build build, sleep when you’re dead.

Wealth From Another Perspective

9 Feb

This is what wealth looks like.

Not used to this right?
Seems odd, counter intuitive right?

Not exactly.
While not a precious metal, copper is still up 300% over the last decade (give or take- do your own research folks).

As an extremely useful metal it has vast industrial applications and some people believe it is both a store of wealth and a hedge against inflation.
What does Copper mean for you?

What should you do?

That is up to you.

This post was merely to show you what 3lbs of copper looks like.
What wealth can look like.
What options may be available for you.

Hey maybe you just like collection metals.
Maybe you like diversified investments.
Maybe you think I’m an idiot.
Heck, there is always a chance you are right! -And I’m the uber fool.

Either way.
This short article is just to get you thinking folks.

INFOGRAPHIC: The Dow Today Versus The Dow In 2007

12 Mar

dow jones infographic

 

#thriveorsurvive.

“Don’t wait. The time will never be just right” –Napoleon Hill

Thoughts? Concerns?
Questions? Think I’m wrong?
Let’s chat.
Need ideas?
Let’s chat.
Want a mentor or maybe the guy who will bounce ideas back and forth with you?
Let’s chat-
Tony@Changeinadvance.com
@changeinadvance

http://changeinadvance.com

Or simply reply to this article.

 

Link

…If you’re a healthy Baby Boomer or retiree, “money death”—running out of money in retirement—may be more likely than the possibility of taking a huge financial hit to your portfolio. But to prepare for either scenario, he says the goal should be to foster long-term returns — by investing in higher-yielding securities, like dividend-paying stocks. Then add to that mix, a bit of protection. Buy “longevity insurance” – a type of insurance that ensures a stream of income in your later years…

21 May

Avoiding ‘Money Death’ — A New Option for Your Nest Egg -via cnbc.com-

Must see site

26 Jul

EarlyRetirementExtreme.com.

Can u retire on 10 grand a year?
Are you committed to having less but not working for the rest of your life?
If so check the site or buy the book:
Early Retirement Extreme.
Jacob Lund Fisker, is the authors and claims he lives on about $10,000 a year and retired by 33.

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