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Wealth described as is the abundance of valuable resources or material possessions or the control of such assets. Most people don’t understand that We’re talking more the having real assets. Some people say cash is king but I disagree, I say cash is King aslong as your country is. Think about it ,the U.S. Dollar is the world standard of money, and has been purchased by various world countries in light of the “recession” attempting to fix the U.S. economy in order to save the worlds economy. But let’s be frank If the U.S. goes to war with a superpower tommorrow, and ends up losing the U.S. will cease to exist, and the power of your already inflated greenbacks will be no more. On the other hand It doesn’t matter what time in history or the future you live in, gold & silver are universal standards of currency. Those two metals will always be the most valuable and act as a guideline of value if you will. Likewise, Land, and many other things will usually been an asset and maintain their value through the ages, while this fiat money will only have clout with the backing of your government. But what happens when you have no government? This is why you have Wealthy people have their wealth tied up in worldwide real estate, businesses, foreign currency, and gold bars. If When the U.S. collaspes from its short reign, these people will be able to quickly intergrate in another country and pick up where they left off. While the average person if he survives the rioting, and other unfathomable acts will find all of his money worthless; not to mention the fun they will have starting over from scratch in the new province controlled which ever super power oopted to control it.
Real Estate – The number one top investment that all wealthy people make is in real estate. They start small and move on to larger investments. They learn and educate themselves on the real estate market and follow the trends. They don’t keep investments longer than they make money. . They can buy, sell and trade with the ultimate goal to make money. When something isn’t working they get rid of it and move on. They take failures as a learning experience, and use those valued lessons as stepping stones when going on their next project
Stocks – Nothing can be better than getting residual income as a result in investing in a well known or rising company. In fact like many people I actually made a nice profit buying and selling stocks of various rising tech companies like amazon, google, and a few others who had an impressive growth spurth in the summer of 2009. It was actually my first time trading stock.
Business Ownership – This one should be self-explanatory, the fortune of most of the world’s elite have been created through this avenue. This IMO is one of the most important investments you’ll ever make in your life. Essentially investing and founding a business is truely having the confidence to invest in yourself, and your capability to not only break even but to make profit. This is also one of the only investments in which you can literally make something out of nothing finacially.
Precious Metals – “Gold has been the universal symbol of wealth for civilizations throughout the ages. Ancient cultures created gold jewelry and early forms of money were crafted from gold. Though thousands of years have passed, the fascination with gold remains as strong as ever.”Gold isn’t the only metal out there to invest in. The three other major investment metals are platinum, palladium and silver. All have risen in price over the past several years as demand has increased around the globe. While many people associate precious metals with jewelry and coins, these metals are also used in industry. The emergence of China and India as significant players in world commerce has contributed to the higher demand for industrial purposes.
Unconventional Investments– Unconventional investments are the earmark of the eccentric wealthy person.Weither it be rare coins, exotic artwork, or car collections. You always hear about these auctions that these millionaires are going to the bid on these priceless items. My questions is who the hell do you think won these items, that’s right the wealthy. The majority of the team these multi-millionaires and billionaires are savy to such invaulable goods and end up out bidding or just nabbing these kids before their lesser counter parts. Subsequently after holding them for a few years waiting on the value to mature and then ditching em to some new webtrepreneur who has an eye for da vinci or the son of some oil tycoon who has a fetish for 1960 era ferraris.
It is very easy to assume and conclude that those with money got there without much effort or obstables. Some people see the lavish lifestyles of actors, singers and businessmen, looking outside in and filled with jealousy and a little bit of hate, certain that an injustice has been made. Like a man who goes fishing without bait, complaining afterwards about how he didn’t catch anything, some people complain stating how unfair life is, doing so without hardwork.
A person really has to sit down and think, contemplating the things that is required to reach success. How far would you go to reach your target? How much are you willing to suffer before reaching your goals? Think hard! To gain success and enjoy it has many obstacles, coming in the form of people and circumstances.
MOST of the rich and wealthy seem to have one thing in common: homelessness. A lot of rich and wealthy people have experienced lack of shelter as well as money that it almost seems like the norm, like something you have to go through to get to the top. To name a few:
Film director and best selling author. Gordon filmmed and directed Shaft, Supercop and most of the urban films back in the day. Before he reached his success he was sleeping in trolley cars at night as a teenage when his mum died.
Actor, director, writer and producer. Before his big sucess he was living in his car. Tyler Perry was also molested as a child. He is now commanding $500 million.
American NFL football player and subject of the 2006 book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game. He starred in the 2009 film The Blind Side (nominated for Best Picture Oscar) starring Sandra Bullock (winner, Best Actress Oscar) and Quinton Aaron as Oher. Michael Oher was homeless for some time as a teenage.
Sylvester Stallone,Oscar-winning actor and screenwriter; film director-producer for a while slept at the bus station. He once said “I was broke and basically sleeping in the Port Authority bus station for three weeks straight. I read in a trade paper about this film [The Party at Kitty and Studs”, 1970] that was paying $100 a day—for a $100 a day I would wreak havoc. Instead of doing something desperate, I worked for two days for $200 and got myself out of the bus station.”.
LAWRENCE PARKER AKA KRS ONE
Lawrence Parker aka KRS One; rap music star slept in homeless shelters in the Bronx and New York City before his success.
Born in west Africa in Benisese. He is an Oscar-nominated actor and former model. Coming up he slept in subways, streets and outdoor camping near the Eiffel Tower for two years beginning at 13 years old.
David Letterman was sleeping in his red 1973 Chevy pickup truck before showing his abilities as a television writer, comedian, author and talk show host. He has also been given an Emmy Award for his productions.
Before been a CEO of his own stockbrokerage firm, a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and having millions, Chris Gardener was very poor. Him and his son ended up sleeping in homeless shelters and subways.
The new James Bond, Daniel Craig was sleeping at London’s park benches struggling to be an actor.
CHRIS THOMAS KING
Chris Thomas King has come a long way from sleeping in public parks in London. Now a Grammy Award-winning American Blues musician; actor.
COLONEL H SANDERS
Most people cannot even begin to imagine life without KFC. This delicious delight came from a man who was homeless from the age of 10 when his mother remarried. He had trouble with his stepfather and left. He struggled for restaurant to try out his recipe and to get franchise licence fee.
JEAN CLAUDE VAN DAMME
Struggling to gain his acting career, he was sleeping and starving on the streets of LA. Van Damme has said that he never wants his kids to go through what he did.
TARIQ “ELITE” NASHEED
Before publishing his books, radio station, tv appearances, coaching on Game and developing products, Tariq Nasheed was on the streets, sleeping in a library or near one.
Robert G Allen is the man that said:
“Send me to any city in America, take away my wallet, Give me $100 for living expenses and in 72 hours I will buy you an excellent property, all with none of my own money.”
The Los Angeles Times took him up on the challenge. They flew him to San Francisco with an L.A. times Reporter. In 57 hours he had purchased 7 properties worth $722,000. Today those assets are worth almost triple that amount.
This led him to writing the number one best seller ‘Multiple Streams of Internet Income: How Ordinary People make Extraordinary Money Online’. Its suffice to say that this very book is what started me off into many ventures in the internet. Robert G Allen can make $24, 000 easy in 24 hours just with the internet. In his book he gives you a step by step guide on how he does it along with many business links he tells you to check out. All the links that he puts down serves a purpose to making money, I suggest you check every link. Each link is created to more links and eventually you’ll come up with an idea (guarantee you).
For the next #1 best seller, he did the St. Louis Challenge. He said:
“Send me to any unemployment line. Let me select someone who is broke, out of work, discouraged. Let me teach him in two day’s time the secrets of wealth. And in 90 days he’ll be back on his feet, with $5,000 cash in the bank, never to set foot in an unemployment line again…”
He chose five of the poorest of the poor people, teaching them how to get rich by real estate in two days. His book ‘The Road to the Wealth’ is the result of this accomplishment.
The first book was on how to make money using the internet (great read, check it out), this second one is how to make money using Real Estate. The book puts everything in a story format, from how it all began, the lessons, step by step examples and calculations, till accomplishment. I suggest that everybody take time to understand all the calculations before they make any moves and to read this book slowly. There is no need to rush but every reason to understand the procedures taken to become an overnight success.
You may be asking if I have used the techniques and strategies of this book. The answer is no not yet, I’m a little stuck on some calculations and have made it a mission to look for a Dr or Professor in mathematics to go through the calculations and examples with me step by step (yes it is that serious, you’ll understand as you read and learn it). Another reason that I haven’t started to proceed stems from the fact that I don’t want my funding to come from the bank. Have been looking and thinking of places to go to partner with (again you’ll understand as you read it).
Anybody that does read it, do leave comments in the comment box as to the best places to go for business men.
Anybody that does read the book and wants to venture it together, cause believe me you’ll get hyped and excited about your new found gem of knowledge and will want to venture with somebody, you can get at me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am fully on board with this business man, Robert G Allen. But please make sure the mathematical parts and calculations are fully understood. Nothing can be done if we don’t get this part right. After that, Robert Allen’s step by step guide requires nothing but a few phone calls to gain Wealth.
Whatever you do, good luck!
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