My guest in this episode is Nick Bond. Unemployable by choice, Nick Bond, age 22, is a recent college graduate that is building his own real estate business rather than getting a job. Nick recently graduated from the University of Florida. While in college, his parents encouraged him to educate himself in the different aspects of real estate investing. This influenced him to not go the traditional route of going to college and getting a “job.” Instead, he has started flipping/investing in raw land, and bought a house to do a “house-hack.” He has also started a blog aimed at helping millennials become financially free.
819: Louis O’ Connor: The Case For Strategic Metals
My guest in this episode is Louis O’ Connor. Louis is the Founder, and Principal of Strategic Metals Invest. We are the only industry supplier in the world to offer private investors the option to purchase and profit from owning Strategic Metals. The investment play is exactly the same paradigm as investing in Precious Metals,…
818: Dave Van Horn: Financial Independence Through Passive Investing
Dave Van Horn is the co-founder and executive chairman of PPR Capital Management, a private equity real estate firm that primarily invests in distressed assets and mortgages, as well as residential and commercial real estate throughout the United States. Dave’s expertise is derived from over 35 years of real estate investing experience as a licensed…
817: Doug Casey: Crisis Investing Opportunities In Reset Times
My returning guest in this episode is Doug Casey. Doug is a world-renowned speculator and libertarian philosopher that wrote the definitive book on profiting from periods of economic turmoil, Crisis Investing, a #1 New York Times bestseller. His books, Totally Incorrect (2012) and Right on the Money (2013), continue his mission of challenging statism and…