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- Jan 10, 2012
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I cringe whenever someone mentions Warren Buffett's investment strategies and his value investing. They don't understand the truth of how he has built wealth. How about someone talk about how to gain control of company management and buy shares of company with preferred pricing (discounted) in a privately negotiated deal? Those are part of his actual strategies. @MJ DeMarco talked about it in a podcast interview with Jason Hartman and was spot on.No medium is free from the dogmatic BS. From a trade association newspaper for nurses in AZ...
What do really rich people say about money?
Apparently nothing that really made them rich.
None of these things made them rich. These "strategies" might have set the plate for wealth, but nothing here turns a thousandaire into a billionaire. No mention of risks, entrepreneurhsip -- just more of the same 50 year defensive BS on how to squeeze a penny from a nickel.
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Kevins got a money management fund, of course he'll tell ya to save your money!Will buying coffee keep you from getting rich? Here's what Kevin O'Leary and other experts say
And yet, none of these "experts" got rich skipping their coffee. Same ole, same ole hypocritical BS. Generally a fan of K. Leary, but he lost some points here, not to mention he's wearing some god-awful coat that probably cost $2,500 -- why was that purchase not foolish, but your $2.50 coffee is?
It's absolutely infuriating when guys worth 9 figures or more continue to preach this garbage about investing money saved on coffee.
I get it -- discipline is important as is investing. But this sh*t advice is equivalent to pissing in a lake to combat a drought. Frugality is the front door, not the entire fn house.
This is a great idea, I have a few products on Amazon. Im no expert, hell I basically know nothing. But for $3500 I get $400 a month profit from 1 product. Now in the Amazon world this is considered pathetically low. However please show me an investment that has a 11% ROI PER MONTH on 3.5k, its impossible! Just an exampleNow what I’m going to do with that money is
1. Buy the insider pass for a whole year(Dead serious)
2. Invest into buying product and setting up my agency and learn how to write copy.
I can’t wait to risk my money and lose most of it only to learn by doing and to find another way.
Seriously, screw that retirement system of getting 4% per year. I am going into the Fastlane.
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Market Watch is definitely an outlet that gets paid to peddle this Wall Street dogmaMore duplicity from a rich guy who didn't get rich from indexed investing.
So tired of reading it...
Kevin O’Leary: This easy math trick helps you crush retirement goals
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