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566: Bill Bromley: Merchant Cash Advance Cashflow

My guest in this episode is Bill Bromley. Bill has worked in the financial services industry for 30 years. His experience ranges from holding middle management in Regional Banks to starting a successful de novo bank from scratch. First Sterling Bank started as a de novo bank in 1988 and is now part of Bank of America. Bill also led an investor group that bought and recapitalized a troubled Eagle National Bank with a $10 million initial capital raise.…


The Four Levels of Financial Success

How do you measure financial success? Is there such a thing, when each person’s financial landscape can be so unique? As it turns out, there is a way to measure financial success, and we’re handing you the “scorecard.” Below are the four levels of financial success, and what they mean in the scope of your own world. The following will give you a framework with which to measure your own financial climate for success, and a vision to aim for. 


565: J. Scott: How To Invest In Any Real Estate Market

My guest in this episode is J Scott. J is an entrepreneur, investor, advisor and co-host of The BiggerPockets Business Podcast. He has bought, built, rehabbed, sold, lent-on and held over $50M in property all around the country.

J is the author of four books on real estate investing, with sales of over 150,000 copies.

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564: Dan Butler & Russell Alt: How To Scale Your Real Estate Business With Remote Team Members

My guests in this episode are Dan Butler and Russell Alt.

Dan Butler is a serial entrepreneur and investor and Russell is an investor and CEO of Core Assist.

Seeing the demand for remote workers in the marketplace, Russell and Dan, helped form CoreAssist in 2018 to meet the needs of businesses across the country.

In this episode, they will share how you as a business owner and investor can scale your business with remote team members.…


The Business Of Multiplying Capital

Whether you’re an investor, entrepreneur, or some combination, you’re in the business of multiplying capital. Once you recognize this, actually multiplying your capital becomes clearer. I’ve identified four basic pillars that all entrepreneurs should follow as they grow their own empire. 

In the most basic sense, you multiply capital through leveraging your unique abilities and resources to multiply what you have.


563: AJ Osborne: The Self Storage Investors Playbook

My guest today is AJ Osborne. AJ is a real estate investor and self-described ‘Freedom Fighter’ who has built up a $100 million portfolio in real estate. It wasn’t until AJ became paralyzed from head to toe and placed on life support that he realized how important cash flowing assets was for him and his family. AJ will share the playbook for new investors getting into the self-storage investment niche.…


562: Graham Parham: The Top 10 Questions & Top 10 Mistakes For Real Estate Turnkey Buyers

My guest in this episode is Graham Parham. Graham is an investor and been a mortgage loan officer for almost two decades specifically helping real estate turn-key investors. In this episode, he is going to share the top 10 questions and top 10 mistakes real estate turnkey buyers make.
We have switched up our publishing schedule at Cashflow Ninja. The Cashflow Ninja show will be published Mondays and Fridays in 2020.

How to Unlock One Of The Most Powerful Investment Strategies

Asset cycles. If you’re not incorporating asset cycles into your investment strategy, you should be. By understanding the cycles that your investments will undergo, you can not only position your investments to take part in tremendous growth, but you can avoid (or whether) great losses to your investments. This is a powerful, powerful type of investing that some of the top players are involved in.…


561: J. Thomas Martin: How To Leverage Your Real Estate Business To Travel The World

My guest in this episode is  J Thomas Martin. After J got out of jail for selling cocaine at 19, he made the decision that he would find a legal way to make good money, and live the life he always dreamed of. After going back to college and eventually graduating with a degree in economics & minor in finance, he ended up working in bank regulation during the financial crisis.


560: Hoan Thai: Why You Should Choose Assets Over Hours To Escape Your 9 To 5

My guest in this interview is Hoan Thai. Hoan is a real estate investor, loan specialist, and educator. He has bought and sold tons of properties using creative acquisition strategies. Hoan is also the founder of He got into real estate in 2009 after he read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad. Hoan has a degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s in financial engineering and uses his background to view real estate from a unique perspective.
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