Tag - investment mentor

6
Nov

222: Vinney Chopra: How To Build A Multi-Million Dollar MultiFamily Portfolio From Scratch


 

My guest in this episode is Vinney Chopra. Vinney came to the US from India with $7 in his pocket and sold encyclopedias and Bibles door-to-door as a student before graduating from George Washington University and becoming a mechanical engineer. As a multifamily syndication expert he has facilitated over 26 successful syndication deals and has acquired and manages a very successful real estate investment portfolio worth over $200 million.…

27
Oct

218: Lee Lowell: How To Create Stock Market Cashflow Selling Options


 

My guest in this episode is Lee Lowell. Lee has been trading stock & commodity options for 26 years. He began his option trading career in 1991 on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) in New York City in both the Crude Oil and Natural Gas options and futures pits as a local/market-maker for both a small firm and then his own company. …

23
Oct

216: Amy Kirsch: How To Crowdfund Your Investments


 

My guest in this episode is Amy Kirsch. Amy has over 10 years of financial services experience. Amy worked in wealth management for Merrill Lynch, Dearborn Partners, and JP Morgan’s Private Bank before working as Head of Investor Relations for PeerRealty, a Chicago real estate crowdfunding platform. She currently holds her Series 7, 63 and 66 licenses. Amy graduated with a BBA from the Ross School of Business.…

16
Oct

213: Kevin Nichols: How To Invest In Life Settlements


 

 

My guest in this episode is Kevin Nichols. Kevin is the managing partner at Penumbra Solutions. Penumbra Funds invest in hundreds of Senior Life Settlement insurance policies. With a target yield in the low double digits, no market risks, no premium calls, professional management, and funds locked up safely in escrow, this might be the best investment you have never heard of!…

13
Oct

2012: Patrick Donohoe: Why The Pension System Could Take Down The U.S. Economy


 

My guest in this episode is Patrick Donohoe. Patrick is the President and CEO and started Paradigm Life in 2007 after learning from his mentor Kim Butler about financial strategies outside of Wall Street.

With a background in economics and marketing, Patrick immediately realized the opportunity to teach investors, business owners, professionals and families on a large scale using modern digital media and communication technology.…

2
Oct

207: Max Wright: How To Position Yourself To Profit During The Next Crisis


 

My guest in this episode is Max Wright. Max is an entrepreneur, investor, educator, consultant and business owner in a number of different niches. Max's has made a number prophetic investment predictions including the advice to buy bitcoin when it was only  $11.

He recently released another exciting and controversial prediction about cashflow investments so I have asked him to come on the show to set the record straight.…

29
Sep

206: Jay Conner: How To Get Private Money To Fund Your Investment Deals


 

My guest in this episode is Jay Conner has been buying and selling houses for 14 years and has been involved in over 52 Million dollars in transactions. For the past 7 years, Jay has completely automated his 7-Figure Income Business to where he works in his business less than 10 hours per week. He is a leading expert on Private Lending, once raising over $2M in less than 90 Days in private money while cut off from the banks.…

25
Sep

204: Doug Casey: Making the Most of Your Personal Freedom and Financial Opportunity Around the World


 

My returning guest in this episode is Doug Casey. Doug is a world-renowned speculator and libertarian philosopher wrote the definitive book on profiting from periods of economic turmoil, Crisis Investing, a #1 New York Times bestseller. His most recent releases, Totally Incorrect (2012) and Right on the Money (2013), continue his mission of challenging statism and advocating liberty and free markets.…

7
Aug

The Key To Financial Freedom? Finding Your Mentor

When we think of entrepreneurs we often think of trailblazers forging ahead on their own, someone who’s doing something different or creating something new.

While it’s true that in order to achieve financial freedom, you’ll have to rely on your own wits and talents, it’s also true that no one succeeds on their own.

If you’re going to do something difficult, something that most people would quit when things get tough, then it makes sense to seek out others who’ve been there before you.…