Posts Tagged ‘Investor Identity’

Scott Carson, We Close Notes

Scott Carson, We Close Notes & Note Investing

Scott Carson is the Founder and CEO of We Close Notes. He’s a distressed note buyer, real estate investor, entrepreneur, educator and podcast host. If you’ve heard of investing in non-performing notes and would like to gain an insider’s perspective, this is your opportunity to learn.  As you expand into any asset class, the first…

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Marco Santarelli, Norada Real Estate Investments

Marco Santarelli, Norada Real Estate

Marco Santarelli is a real estate investor, author, and founder of Norada Real Estate Investments, a nationwide provider of turnkey cash-flow investment property. Turnkey real estate may be an excellent opportunity for you to create cash flow from assets.  With turnkey, you purchase property that’s already cash-flowing, reducing your barrier to entry into real estate…

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Ted Benna: Reflections from the “Father of the 401(k)”

Ted Benna: Reflections from the Father of the 401k

If you listen to the “financial experts” on tv or the radio, you will hear the typical blanket advice that you should put money into a 401(k).  But the question is, does that advice apply to everybody?  To get as much of an insider’s perspective as we could find, we interviewed Ted Benna, “inventor” of…

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Diversification Is Ignorance Protection

Diversification Is Ignorance Protection

Diversification is typical financial planning advice that average investors use to protect themselves from losses.  Simply put, diversification is ignorance protection.  It is admitting that you don’t know what you are doing. It is common to think of investing and the stock market as one and the same. However, investing encompasses much more than just the stock market.…

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Save Automatically & Invest Intentionally

Save Automatically Invest Intentionally

Often when we put money automatically into retirement plans, things like 401ks, 403bs, this is usually through a payroll deduction from an employer.  This is commonly referred to as ‘saving for retirement.’  However, this is investing because that money is often at risk in the stock market, and can lose value.  It’s time to save…

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