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Published on September 16, 2020
Real estate investing has made more ordinary people wealthy than anything else. Keith Weinhold clearly began explaining how in 2014. It quickly became one of America’s most popular shows.
The Get Rich Education podcast recently broke the 3 million listener download mark, led by paradigm-shifting guidance. For example, “Getting your money to work for you does not create wealth. Getting other people’s money to work for you, however, does.” Read More →
Published on May 7, 2020
This month at Physician Outlook Magazine, we have put together a list of great websites or podcasts to help all of our readers through various components of interest or struggle during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Published on Jan 15, 2020
TOMS RIVER, N.J., Jan. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The influential real estate investing education company Get Rich Education (GRE) won a registered trademark for the phrase: “Don’t Quit Your Daydream®” from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
The obvious “Don’t quit your day job.” Read More →
Published on Oct 29, 2019
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Oct. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Get Rich Education Podcast Host Keith Weinhold and his show guests discuss why compound interest actually doesn’t build wealth. Financial leverage does. To get ahead, one does not focus on investing their own money. But rather, one ethically employs other people’s money to work for them. Read More →
Keith’s Forbes Articles
Published on Dec 13, 2021
Inflation recently hit its highest level in 30 years. This diminished purchasing power of the dollar is an economic malady to consumers. If your $9 Chipotle burrito increases in price to $10, then you’re “worse off” if your wage does not keep up proportionally. Savers are also punished by inflation. With today’s savings account rates near zero, at a 5% inflation rate, $1 million is diminished to $950,000 of purchasing power in just one year. Read More →
Published on Nov 11, 2020
Many of the people who say “I want to be frugal” don’t really want to live frugally. They’d probably be more accurate to say, “I want to live well.” In my experience, they simply don’t know about a vehicle for wealth creation like carefully purchased real estate. Read More →
Published on Jan 6, 2020
You can either be a conformer or you can build wealth. The choice is yours.
“Putting your money to work for you,” despite being a popular piece of advice for generations, does not build wealth. If you were one of Apple or TikTok’s earliest investors with your own money, congratulations. But those stories are exceedingly rare. Read More →
Published on Feb 19, 2019
As a 17-year real estate investor, I could also be the northernmost real estate professional you know. You might have heard about the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that recently struck my hometown of Anchorage, Alaska.
It made world news: Highways collapsed; structures crumbled; power went off. Read More →
Published on Jan 25, 2019
As a 16-year active real estate investor, I find that many first-time investors have a bad experience with real estate. Why? I believe it’s because they tend to lead with emotion and start looking at properties too soon. Picture this: You drive past a blue duplex twice a day with pretty window shutters and pristine landscaping that you’ve long admired. Read More →
Published on Jul 30, 2018
Home equity is an awful investment. It is unsafe, illiquid and its rate of return is always zero. Home equity is your “skin in the game” — it’s the difference between your home’s value and how much you owe on the loan.
If you own a $500,000 home and owe $400,000 on the loan, you have $100,000 in equity. Read More →
Published on Apr 10, 2018
In an increasingly digital world, geography still matters in real estate.
For investment, you must evaluate a market before you even look at a property, but many investors get that part backward. An economically viable market supports price gains, rent growth, occupancy and population expansion; a depressed market does not. Read More →
Published on Nov 29, 2017
As a 15-year real estate investor, author, Rich Dad Advisors writer and long-time real estate investing podcast host, I’ve found that homeowners and investors alike still champion the largely antiquated ideal of a “paid off” property. Inflation is just one of many reasons to consider maintaining a mortgage.
What Is Inflation? Read More →