5 Ways Rich People Make Money With Debt



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  1. How to Hedge Against Inflation: Keep some extra cash on hand, Invest in Various Assets (stocks, real estate, etc.), If you are going to take on debt, better to take it on earlier (assuming you can pay it) before interest rates rise. Refinance.

  2. You can sell things that you don't own, sales is important, having a mortgage allows you to avoid taxes, hedge funds allow people to short easier, forex allows you to trade currencies and hold positions that you don't have

  3. Well explained. Thank you for bringing up this video. Financial education is indeed required for more than 70% of the society in the country as very few are literate on the subject ….. Thanks to Mylah Evander the lady you recommended….

  4. In every crisis, there is an opportunity," as the saying goes. The 2024 recession, while challenging, presents unique avenues to amass wealth. First, it's essential to remember Warren Buffet's advice: "Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful." During recessions, assets often undervalue. By investing wisely in stocks, real estate, or businesses during this downturn, you position yourself for significant returns during the economic recovery.

  5. 5:38 you forgot the other 50k of the first deposit and the interest. You really think banks are a charity organization?🤦🏻‍♂️

    That is not how you profit from real estate. To gain, you need to sell (and than take much larger debt, buy a much profitable house and so on)

  6. I really appreciate the dedication in each video you post. Passive income does have a way of liberating people, I remain eternally grateful to Michelle Stewart for her efforts that got me to this point, finally payed off my mortgage and all my debts, what more could I've asked for.

  7. The first step to successful investing is figuring out your goals and risk tolerance either on your own or with the help of a financial professional but is very advisable you make use of a professional like I did. If you get the facts about saving and investing and follow through with an intelligent plan, you should be able to gain financial security over the years and enjoy the benefits of managing your money.

  8. 5 Ways Rich People Make Money With Debt

    [0:00:02] Introduction

    – Discusses that debt is not always bad and some debt can be used positively

    [0:00:24] #1 – Using debt to purchase inventory for businesses

    – Explains how factories in China will provide inventory on credit to be paid back after selling

    [0:06:38] #2 – Refinancing real estate debt

    – Example given of buying a property, renovating it, then refinancing for a higher value to gain equity and profit

    [0:11:15] #3 – Using hedge funds

    – Example given of short selling a stock expected to decline to make profit on the fall

    [0:13:30] #4 – Forex trading

    – Brief overview of how leverage allows larger positions relative to capital invested

    [0:14:30] #5 – Credit score

    – Building a track record as a reliable borrower to access lower interest rate loans and lines of credit

  9. The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. Success is a state of mind. I start investing my cash in other to achieve all my dream with the help of Lucy Mary Liam. The difference Mrs Lucy Mary make in my life is second to none. It's definitely a life changing kindness. I really appreciate her effort in my life time.

  10. When you refinance and take profits all the money is tax free because is a mortgage loan. You also get interest deduction from your loan amount. You can use the money to buy another property or invest is anything you want, just be sure the investment pay the payments and give some case flow. It works and you can do it over and over if the loan rates are low.

  11. To enhance our long-term investment mix, my partner and I are introducing a range of stocks and ETFs. We've committed $220k initially, with a particular emphasis on inflation-protected bonds and businesses demonstrating robust cash flows. I see potential for enduring growth in the current market, yet I'm also keen to explore strategies for generating short-term gains.

  12. The problem we have is because Most people always taught that " you only need a good job to become rich " . These billionaires are operating on a whole other playbook that many don't even know exists.

  13. As an investing enthusiast, I often wonder how top level investors are able to become millionaires off investing. . I’ve been sitting on over $545K equity from a home sale and I’m not sure where to go from here, is it a good time to buy into stocks or do I wait for another opportunity?

  14. People tend to worry a lot about the economy collapsing, but in reality, it goes through ups and downs and usually bounces back. I'm not too concerned about predictions; I just want to make my investments grow. I've heard that some people are making big profits even when the economy isn't doing well. Do you have any tips on how they do it?.

  15. In every crisis, there is an opportunity," as the saying goes. The 2024 recession, while challenging, presents unique avenues to amass wealth. First, it's essential to remember Warren Buffet's advice: "Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful." During recessions, assets often undervalue. By investing wisely in stocks, real estate, or businesses during this downturn, you position yourself for significant returns during the economic recovery.

  16. I want to invest $300k in profit-yielding dividend shares but am not sure which to buy into because dividend-paying stocks don't give rapid price growth and can provide a steady income stream.

  17. I'm 54 and my wife and I are VERY worried about our future, gas and food prices rising daily. We have had our savings dwindle with the cost of living into the stratosphere, and we are finding it impossible to replace them. We can get by, but can't seem to get ahead. My condolences to anyone retiring in this crisis, 30 years nonstop just for a crooked system to take all you worked for.

  18. My wife and I, both in our 40s, married 14 years, 2 kids, only make 155K a year combined together. Only debt is the mortgage. We wouldn't know what to do with $400K a year. I'd like to see these people live on what we do. what could I do with this money to bring in more revenue for to cater for the kids?

  19. After refinancing the property, am I not left with a bigger debt that had to be repaid and will probably take longer, how do people make profit out of it, please help me understand.

  20. question on the refinancing part: why do you have to return the only 400k to the bank? this is just the borrowed capital. what about interest? don't you have to pay all the interest to the bank as well?

  21. I watch several YouTube videos on how to trade in the stock market but haven't made any head start because they are either talking some gibberish or sharing their story of how they made it and I do not want to make mistakes by taking risks in my own hands

  22. Great Video, gaining wealth and making financial investing is something I believe everyone should put interest in because it really pays . I previously had doubts about investing in stocks and trading but my husband and I are now making huge profits from my investment since I’ve been trading with Mildred Lopez, her trading strategies are very exceptional.

  23. I am experiencing one of the most challenging phases of my life… Lost a fortune lnvesting in emerging companies… How are other people in the same market raking in over $200k gains with months, I'm really just confused at this point.

  24. According to the New York Times, the average savings of a couple reaching retirement is $110k I’m closing in on my retirement and I’m under pressure to grow my reserve of $330k, despite the fact the capital gains you can make on growth stocks far outweigh dividend yields, and even in downtrends folks still pull off 6-7figures gains in months. surely the risk is much greater, but I’d love to know how.

  25. I've come to realize that the key to amassing wealth lies in making sound investments. I purchased my first home at the age of 21 for $87,000 and sold it for $197,000. My second home, acquired for $170,000, was later sold for $320,000, and my third property, purchased at $300,000, fetched $589,000, with buyers covering all closing costs and expenses. Not reaching a million before retirement feels like an unfulfilled goal.||

  26. That’s how many real estate investors loose everything when the economy goes to crap. The really smart investors save all the cash they can when the economy is great so when it goes to crap they can buy real estate for pennies on the dollar

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