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Long-Term Investing vs Short Squeeze Plays vs Day Trading

Long-Term Investing vs Short Squeeze Plays vs Day Trading
Wealth Building: Differences between Long-Term Investing, Short Squeeze Plays, and Day Trading

Today’s article is going to be extremely educational; I’m going over the biggest differences between long-term investing, short squeeze plays, and day trading.

In this article you’re going to discover what makes each one more susceptible than the other to market manipulation and overall risk.

When you’re looking to build wealth in the market, it is important to identify the major differences between the three.

Be sure to bookmark this page so you can come back to it in the future for a mental refresh.

Let’s get started!

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I’ve helped people learn how to invest in stocks, crypto, and how to day trade options as well.

My goal is to help you take your finances to the next level. Be sure to browse the blog for market news, wealth building tips, and other valuable content.

Let’s dive right into it!

#1. Long-Term investing

Long-term investing is the #1 traditional way to build wealth over a long period of time.

Investors looking to build wealth this way tend to invest in high dividend yielding stocks such as the S&P 500.

Here, an investor’s portfolio compounds over time as dividends are rolled over or reinvested back into the asset – further purchasing more stock on its own.

During the years of retirement, investors may decide to stop reinvesting the dividend and accept the dividend as cash instead.

This is how a dividend stock portfolio may yield investors with big passive income in the form of cashflow many years later.

Many of these stocks are not heavy victims to market manipulation due to the security and minimalistic risk there is to invest in these funds.

Read: The Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for Passive Income

#2. Short Squeeze plays

Short squeeze plays have a high risk/high reward ratio that has attracted many new investors into the market.

When a stock is being heavily shorted, the short interest percentage of the stocks float tends to rise.

This means that with enough buying pressure, investors may increase the probability of squeezing short sellers from their positions.

We saw this occur when AMC ran from $2 per share to $72 per share and when GameStop skyrocketed into the hundred-dollar levels.

While both these two stocks are still heavily shorted, these are just two examples of short squeeze plays where investors could have taken advantage of an opportunity to make big bucks.

Short squeeze plays are more susceptible to market manipulation since market makers tend to have a lot of control of retail investor’s orders.

They may drive share prices down by overleveraging their already bias positions, which means a lot of momentum is required for a short squeeze play to be successful.

Short squeeze plays are a form of swing trades that may last weeks to months of holding a stock before trading it for profit.

This type of investment strategy may be viewed as mid-term investing to cash in big on a rather unique opportunity.

#3. Day Trading

Day trading uses leverage as a multiplier to trade stocks in a short-term timeframe.

What makes this investment strategy attractive to most investors are the possibilities to earn massive gains in such a short period of time.

Traders are earning money whether the market is up or down through ‘put and call options contracts’.

Unlike long-term investing or short squeeze plays that have a buy and hold approach, day trading is a skill that requires focus, discipline, and a deep understanding about the psychology of trading.

Day traders can earn hundreds to thousands and even tens of thousands of dollars on a daily basis (you can view my gains here).

While day trading is mainly a form of income, traders may still allocate earnings towards long-term investments to further build their wealth.

Read: How to Trade Options in The Market with a 9-5

Which investment strategy is best for you?

As investors, we need to identify the best way to take advantage of the tool that is the stock market.

Long-term investors should focus on increasing their income to flood their portfolios with compounding effects.

Short squeeze traders should draw out a macro vision board to determine which path to take after short squeeze profits are secured.

Day traders would be wise to invest a portion of their income towards dividend paying assets or physical assets (such as property or a business) that will produce cashflow.

Building wealth is about having your money work for you so that you can have the time freedom to do what you love most.

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Read: How to Invest in the Stock Market for Beginners

Here’s How to Play to Get Rich: Stay Diversified

How to get rich - how to build wealth
How to get rich – how to build wealth

If you’re on this blog, there’s no doubt you want to get rich.

Money provides us with options and a lot of money provides us with a lot more options.

If you study wealthy people, none of them got rich quick; it took many years of planning and strategizing.

But one thing wealthy people have in common is that the majority are diversified.

In this article I’m going to break down strategies wealthy people use to get and stay rich.

Welcome to Franknez.com – today, I want to talk about money and getting rich. I know many of you will gain loads of value from this article.

Let’s dive right into it!

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Financial literacy is the foundation

It’s true.

If you don’t yet know how to manage $1,000 then you won’t know how to manage $10,000 or $100,000; let alone $1M.

Financial literacy provides us with the proper foundation we need when learning how to manage money.

You don’t need to earn a lot of money to become financially literate.

You just need to understand what money is and how to let it go.

Many of us were taught to save money and hold on to it for our dear lives.

But money is meant to circulate.

The Latin meaning of currency means to flow, or ‘condition of flowing’.

Just don’t get this confused with spending because understanding the differences will be key to building wealth and getting rich.

Differences between spending money and utilizing money

You spend money on fuel, utilities, the rent or mortage.

You might occasionally spend money on a night out or if you’re treating yourself, on a new pair of Nike’s.

The rich keep their expenses low (in the beginning) and watch their spending.

They build very disciplined spending habits to allow them to utilize that money instead.

So, what are some examples of utilizing money?

The rich utilize their money by creating, buying, or leveraging assets that will produce income.

While you don’t need to earn a lot of money to understand how to manage it, building wealth will require you to find creative ways to substantially increase your income.

This means the rich must either provide some sort of value to society through a business or buy large enough assets that will accommodate to their goals.

When building wealth, money must be used to make more money.

I’m going to break down below the various ways the rich are making this happen for themselves and their families.

Different ways to get rich

There are currently more than 21.9 million millionaires in the U.S and1,700 Americans are joining the list every day.

There are a variety of ways the rich have gotten rich.

But these four have stood out the most in terms of building wealth over the long run and have been the most popular ways to getting rich.

Whether one speaks to you amongst the others, it’s important to note that self-made millionaire’s have created multiple streams of income and do not rely solely on just once source.

Many earn money from all four.

Let’s break them down together.

#1. Start a business

Business owners are the backbone of America.

There are currently more than 31.7 million small businesses in the U.S.

Business owners have the potential to earn an unlimited amount of money which is why starting a business is #1 on this list.

Being a business owner is challenging but it has its perks.

Not only do you get to use your creativity to solve problems for others, but you get to build something incredible from the ground up.

Businesses also provide you with a freedom a 9-5 will never provide.

Maybe you decide to start a business but want to get rich from rental properties.

And that’s 100% okay too.

#2. Get into real estate

Real Estate

Real estate is another big one on this list.

90% of the world’s millionaire’s created wealth through real estate according to studies.

There are really two main paths when it comes to real estate.

You either become a realtor or you invest in rental properties that will yield passive income while you build a real estate portfolio.

One is more of a sales career while the other invests in properties.

If you’re interested in a real estate career, you’ll want to eventually think about selling high ticket properties where the commissions are very high.

Otherwise, using the banks money to buy property and rent it will allow you to add rental property to your portfolio while the equity in your property increases.

The property will be paying for itself, making some profit depending on how much you rent the property for, or earning thousands per month in rental income if purchased with cash.

You may always refinance the property to put money down on a second property and keep building your portfolio.

#3. Invest in stocks

A million new millionaires were created in the stock market in 2021 alone according to CNBC.

This is going to be one of the slowest ways to build wealth.

However, a quicker way to speed up your stock investments is to sell high and wait to re-enter the market when stocks are low.

Depending on your investment strategy, you might opt in for dividend stock investing and just let your money accumulate long-term.

Traditional banks don’t yield any interest, and high yield savings account aren’t much better today.

Putting your money in an index fund such as the S&P 500 (SPY stock or VOO) may yield 8%-10% a year.

That’s an $8,000-$10,000 return on a $100,000 investment.

Your investment will compound over time as you continuously reinvest your dividends back into the index fund.

Billionaire and real estate mogul Manny Koshbin built his real estate empire after cashing in $300,000 from a stock market investment.

He took his investment from the stock market and purchased his very first rental property.

And the rest is history.

Have a strategy and keep multiplying your money.

Read: How to Invest in The Stock Market for Beginners

#4. Provide value to the masses

This strategy to building wealth was limited prior to the internet.

Authors and booksellers sold a product to the masses and made millions in doing so.

Today we’re seeing YouTubers and popular websites provide value to the masses through entertainment and educational content.

Musicians and artists are also building wealth by reaching big audiences.

Well-known artists who’ve made a lot of money in the game also start businesses and invest in rental properties to grow their wealth.

The way to get rich and grow your wealth is to make money and multiply it by reinvesting gains and income in other assets that will yield more income.

Money has to be in motion at all times.

Building wealth takes time

Most millionaires became millionaires between the ages of 45 and 60 years old.

Sometimes people get in on a once in a lifetime investment play that takes off and makes people rich quick.

For some people it was Bitcoin that made them rich quick, or Ethereum, DOGE, SHIB, you name it.

This is why it’s important to stay diversified and plant your fishing lines in a variety of pools that will allow you to create wealth.

I would love to hear about which of these income streams most speaks to you.

Leave a comment below.

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Read: 5 Easy Ways You Can Earn Leverage Income: Start Now


The Cold Hard Truth About Wealth Inequality

Wealth Inequality
Wealth Inequality

What is the concern with wealth inequality? What is the argument? If gender inequality can be defined as allowing people different opportunities due to perceived differences based solely on issues of gender, can the same be said about wealth inequality?

Is the argument that the wealth are provided with more opportunities than the middle class and the poor are? That’s a big copout.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – today I want to educate and perhaps open your mind to what we will be discussing today if you had a different point of view.

Lets get started!

I am excited about today’s blog topic. I absolutely love talking about building wealth and helping educate those who want a bigger life for themselves and their loved ones.

I’ve recently seen something within the community that got me wondering, if you hate the wealthy why are you in a community that wants to make a ton of money? It makes no sense to me!

But, I understand not everyone has been exposed to my content, or other content circulating financial literacy. Here’s what I think about wealth inequality.

Wealth Distribution Just Sounds Silly

Who is going to distribute the wealth? The government? The wealthy person up the hill? No. No one owes the people a distribution of wealth. Distribution of wealth is a communist mindset where everyone gets equal shares and benefits from your work.

But what if you provide more value in the marketplace? Would you be happy earning the same as someone who underperformed? No, you wouldn’t.

Wealth distribution occurs within families and generations or through the work of philanthropists, not within the ordinary people. See, the thing is that wealth inequality is a way for ordinary people to complain about their ‘lack of’ rather than to take responsibility for their own actions.

I mean we’ve heard it all before. The rich should pay more taxes, how do they make more money during economic crashes, etc. To clarify, when you own a business, you’re able to deduct a ton of expenses from your business which means you will either pay very little to no taxes.

Regarding crashes, everything in the markets is on discount. The wealthy take advantage of these sales rather than the online retail sales ordinary people take instead. The wealthy take advantage of these sales (whether it be in property or stocks) and their investments grow as the economy begins to do better.

Is Wealth Inequality A Problem?

It most absolutely is a problem. Ordinary people are not being provided with the financial education they deserve. It’s creating a scarcity mindset which targets the wealthy as some sort of adversary.

Yes wealth inequality is a massive problem in America. Our own people aren’t being shown how to multiply their money or how to start a business. I think it’s time America is known for being an entrepreneurial country where its people know nothing else but abundance.

What causes wealth inequality? Wealth inequality is caused by the absence of financial education, or financial literacy. Most people simply don’t know where to start.

Ditch Old Habits

America needs to ditch old habits. The rich are evil, money isn’t everything, I’m so sick of the rich getting wealthier while the poor get poorer. Then do something about it.

Wealthy people are able to bless the pockets of other people, especially if they deserve it. They’re not cruel or evil, many give to their church or charity of choice. We live in a world where money is ‘access’. Money is access to the type of place you live in, it’s access to the type of car you drive, it’s access to the experiences you decide you want in life.

Enough of this ‘access’ and you have freedom of time. See, most people who build wealth build it so they don’t ever need to worry about money. They build it to be able to give and to take care of their families and perhaps pursue their passions without worrying about money.

You cannot attract money if you hate money. Money is good, money is a blessing. Money is an energy that cannot come into your life if you’re against those who have it.

Wealth inequality is a choice.

Do The Wealthy Really Have More Opportunity?

The fact of the fact is that you and I have the same opportunities to build wealth as the wealthy do. What separates ordinary people from you and I is that they don’t believe they do.

They believe the wealthy got lucky or were born into wealth. According to Forbes, 84% of newly millionaires are self-made, outranking billionaires which shows are about 72%.

The millionaires I follow are all self-made. You have Grant Cardone who’s from Louisiana and started from nothing, Patrick Bet-David who came from Iran as a child, and there’s just so many more!

We all have the opportunity to:

Because ultimately these tools are all used by the wealth to get wealthier. Wealth is created by constantly learning and discipling yourself to progress no matter the setbacks.

Someone who’s built wealth for 20 years certainly has more access, therefore opportunities than we do. However, the foundation to wealth building is there for everyone.

How Can Wealth Inequality Be Fixed?

You cannot fix something that’s not broken. People in America all have opportunity. Period. No matter where you come from or what your story is. Everyone has a chance to make it happen for themselves. Wealth inequality is a silly term. People need to educate themselves first and figure out what in their lives needs to start changing.

Why Has Wealth Inequality Increased?

‘Wealth inequality’ has increased because the school system has not changed. Families are not educating themselves nor are they educating the upbringing. Lack of financial literacy is why wealth inequality has increased.

Financial literacy teaches us the basics of money. It shows us the difference between linear income, royalties, residual income, how to invest, how to manage money, and so much more.

While most people tend to spend their entire income and settle for a mediocre job, people with a wealthy mindset learn how to save to invest, and look for opportunities to increase their income instead.

This is why financial literacy is so important for people who want to grow their wealth. Start there.

Where Can I Learn About Building Wealth?

I pack a ton of information on wealth building using my blog. I provide my readers with information I’ve learned by studying the greatest wealth builders of our time. Knowledge is wasted knowledge unless it’s applied knowledge, as I say.

Once I started applying knowledge, I was able to take my net worth from $0 to $56k to eventually my first 6-figures. Be open to receive, the world is abundant and there’s plenty to go around.

Here are a few people I recommend you consume your content from:

  • Frank Nez (of course)
  • Grant Cardone
  • Patrick Bet-David
  • Dave Ramsey
  • Graham Stephen
  • Andrei Jikh
  • Tony Robins
  • Gary Vaynerchuck

By consuming this content, you will be priming your mindset for success. You will learn that there is no shortage of money, and that mindset plays a heavier role in your journey than you ever thought it would.

You can overcome the concept of wealth inequality by educating yourself and learning as much as you can. Once I discovered how to increase my income and multiply my earnings, it was my calling to teach you.

I am you.

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If you know someone who cannot stand the wealthy or has a very negative sentiment towards the rich, show them this blog article. Perspective can do a lot great and positive things.

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Read: 5 powerful strategies to begin growing your net worth


How Can Leverage Income Make You Rich?

How can leverage income make you rich?

Leverage income is the best type of income you can develop for your financial growth and success. Money coming in from leverage income also flows continuously. This ladies and gentlemen is how leverage income can make people rich.

I’m going to provide you with leverage income ideas below so you can begin transforming your life this very day.

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What is leverage income?

Leverage income is income you earn multiple times for doing the work once. This type of income produces cash flow at all times.

Dan Lok refers to this type of income as F.U. money. Leverage income can come from royalties, leveraged blog views, or leveraged video views.

Below you will read ways people are earning leveraged income through the use of the internet. Scalability is key to maximizing your incomes potential.

The Power of Leverage Income

leverage income allows you to earn money for doing the work once
Nothing like earning money while you travel

Leverage income allows you to get paid multiple times for doing the work once.

This is how you get to enjoy your favorite trips knowing you’re making money no matter where you’re at, or what you’re doing at the time. This type of income is also passive income, only better.

And let me tell you, the feeling is amazing! Leverage income is the true path to financial freedom.

Imagine earning money in the background. That’s what this feels like. While most people only earn money by trading their time 8 hours a day, rich people figure out how to make money in their sleep.

Wealthy people make money 24/7

Wealthy people make money 24/7

By now you might already be getting a grasp of how leverage income can make you rich.

It’s this concept of making money 24/7. The crazy thing is that nowadays there are a lot more ways to set yourself up for this type of lifestyle.

The key here is to scale valuable content online.

There are numerous ways from which you can provide value at scale online. Here are just a few:

  • Create a blog and monetize it with ads
  • Share video content on YouTube and monetize your videos with ads
  • Sell business tools online such as templates or spreadsheets
  • Start a podcast on Spotify and earn money per stream
  • Open a subscription based service

#1. Create a blog

Create a blog to earn leverage income
Earn leverage income blogging

Blogs allow you to earn money multiple times over. One blog post can earn you several hundred dollars when monetized and with enough viewers.

And this is with only one blog post! You can scale by increasing the number of blog posts you publish and number of readers you bring to your website.

You can start a blog today with as little as $3.95/mo. using Bluehost, the #1 webhost provider recommended by WordPress or with WIX for free.

Blogging has allowed me to earn money no matter where I go. Although growing my blog has been quite the challenge, I love every part of this journey.

Blogging might be for you if:

  • You absolutely love to write
  • You have skills and knowledge you need to share
  • The thought of running and creating a blog excites you

Read: Blog like a champ in 2021: Easy beginners guide

#2. Leverage YouTube views

Leverage YouTube views
Earn leverage income with YouTube

If you love creating videos then YouTube can be a great platform for your leverage income project.

Like blogging, YouTube uses ads to monetize their content creators videos. People are earning passive income by only creating a piece of content once!

When your YouTube channel has been approved for ads, every piece of content you put out will begin to generate you passive income moving forward.

YouTube might be for you if:

  • You love being on screen
  • You’re extroverted and love to show your smile!
  • Feel you can engage with your audience more via. video

Millionaire YouTubers in my niche of personal finance include: Graham Stephen, Andrei Jikh, and Marko – WhiteBoard Finance.

#3. Sell business tools online

Sell business tools online

You can create a spreadsheet, PowerPoint presentation, or marketing templates that can be useful for startups.

People can purchase these products online prior to downloading them. If you manage to create something useful then expect to see online sales quite frequently.

The cool thing? You only had to create it once.

Selling business tools online might be for you if:

  • You have Excel, PowerPoint, or Word skills
  • Own a business and understand what your industry might need
  • Want to improve peoples workspace online

Where can I sell business tools online?

You can use platforms such as Fiverr and place yourself in a specific niche topic where people are looking for tools like what you have to offer.

People are using Fiverr to sell marketing tools, digital goods, and more!

#4. Start a podcast on Spotify

Start a podcast on Spotify
Earn leverage income by starting a podcast

Spotify pays you per stream. Starting a podcast to earn leverage income is a no-brainer.

People are listening to podcasts now more than ever. Podcasts are super convenient to access information while on-the-go.

Grow your number of listeners to scale that project.

Podcast is for you if:

  • You love to interact and conversate with people
  • Have fun and feel comfortable with a mic
  • Your voice connects well with an audience

I personally like listening to Andy Frisella and Joe Rogan.

#5. Use a subscription based platform

Subscribe on Patreon to earn passive income

Patreon is a platform that lets your most passionate fans support your creative work via monthly membership.

Patreon allows you to provide further value to your closest following. You can let your subscribers in on exclusive content for their support.

This monthly membership is a great way to earn leverage income while providing your followers with unique content only distributed to them.

I think everyone should use this once:

  • They’ve established a following in any venture
  • Your newsletter has grown
  • You’ve created exclusive content specifically for your subscribers

What is residual income?

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Residual income, like leverage income, is income that you continue to receive after the completion of an income-producing job or project.

Residual income can also refer to the net income after all expenses are deducted from your personal finances.

This term is completely acceptable when discussing passive income that’s generated through leverage.

Residual income examples

Some residual income examples include:

  1. Royalties
  2. Real estate income
  3. Money from consumer goods such as digital music streams and books

Musicians and artists

Musicians and artists earn residual income through streams. They get paid a royalty every month.

Independent artists can also earn money through their streams using a distributing service such as DistroKid.

Also read: How to distribute your music on all major platforms

Accumulating wealth has never been easier

A lot of these money-making projects are actually most people’s hobbies. This means setting yourself up to amass wealth has never bean easier.

With the proper platform you too can begin creating content and getting paid continuously for the value you provide.

You deserve to do what you love and get paid for it. That 9-5 isn’t part of your entire existence.

Amass a big audience for riches

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At some point of your journey you’re going to make a penny online. Then two. Eventually, you’re going to make your first few dollars then hundred.

You’ll see that the key to obtaining riches online is to grow your audience no matter what your pursuit online is.

Leverage income flows abundantly when you amass a big audience. This is why there are bloggers and YouTubers making 5 and 6-figures per year and even per month! All it takes is time and absolute dedication.

Leverage income works best when scaled

Scaling your audience is key. Are you ready to take the first steps towards financial freedom? Let me know in the comments section below which way of earning leverage income best suits you!

For more like this, read: Earn passive income with these 5 guaranteed strategies

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6 Strategies To Building Wealth At Any Age!

A lot of you are inspired and motivated to take things to a higher level. By now you’ve realized that time is still on your side so you’re willing to take advantage of it. This is the single most responsible action you can take (especially in your early 20s) in order to achieve long-term financial success. Here are 6 proven strategies to building wealth at any age.

6 Strategies To Building Wealth At Any Age!

High Income Skill

Shift your focus on one source of income that will generate you enough cash flow to exceed your expenses. The goal is to earn as much as your abilities, skills, and knowledge allow you to so never stop learning. The value you bring to a company is the key to unlocking a high income skill. Find the average annual income in your country, now raise the bar for yourself and never settle for average. The higher your income is the more asset you have available as a tool to building wealth.

If you’re a business owner, keep selling!!! Increase your revenue so you may increase your income. Don’t take from the cookie jar if you have not increased your revenue.

Staying Debt Free

Staying debt free is an essential building block to building wealth. If you don’t have any debt at the moment you’re already one step ahead, now keep staying debt free. If you are in debt, begin planning to eliminate this burden as soon as possible. It will be a challenge and it will require discipline. Budget where you have to and apply the extra cashflow from you high income skill towards your debt. You will not be able to build wealth while in debt therefore this is a vital step.

Read:Debt Sucks | Here’s How To Pay Off Thousands In Debt

Live Below Your Means

Live below your means to build wealth

Do not fall for lifestyle/income creep. This occurs when your expenses increase as your income increases. The mistake most people make is spending their entire income which results in living paycheck to paycheck. Live below your means in order to avoid this unnecessary stress.

If you’ve earned a promotion or you’ve increased your sales, don’t use this extra money to blow on increasing your standard of living or materialistic things; it can wait. This practice is called delayed gratification. Instead, use this additional money to save and invest.

Saving Money

If the heading of this third strategy made you feel a little uncomfortable we’re making progress. You’ll have to step out of your comfort zone every time you set a new goal for yourself. Put money in a money market or high yielding savings account. Your hard earned money will multiply through compound interest. I highly suggest reading “The Importance of Creating An Emergency Fund and How To Start” to see how saving money is essential to your financial journey.

By stacking up your Richards you are paying yourself first. You’re not giving your money to a,b,c, & d companies anymore. You’re give it to yourself! It’s what you do with this money that ultimately makes it worth setting it aside. Grant Cardone says money is useless unless you use it. So use it by making money work for you.

Investing Money

Now this is the fun part! You’ve established a high income skill and you’re living below your means debt free; now it’s time to put your money to work for you. Do your research like your life depends on it to see which form of investment is best for you. Do your homework and study this as it will require a high level of confidence to buy assets that will both increase and decrease in value depending on the markets performance.

Your assets are your wealth. The more assets and less liabilities you have the more your net worth increases. Stocks can yield enough annual percentage to duplicate your money over a long-term period of time resulting in more assets. The more money you invest, the higher the return. It is important to understand that money you have to invest must be money you’re willing to lose as well. All investments have some sort of risk factor whether it be low or high. For this reason, it is necessary to be out of debt. Any loss you face will be only but a small dent in your pocket. Here are some ways you can invest your money:

  • Stocks / Bonds
  • REIT’s (Real Estate Investment Trust)
  • Real Estate (Property)
  • Businesses (Partnering up with people – Be the capital people need in order to start a business in order to earn a percentage of the companies profit.)

Earn Passive Income

This sixth strategy towards building wealth is a fun challenge. Determine what niche can earn you passive income at all times no matter where you are in the world. Use your high income skill to continuously grow this stream of income in order to provide a consistent cash flow which you can also use to invest. Your business mindset might establish a couple of these resulting in multiple streams of income. As Grant Cardone says, success is taken, not received. Here are a number of ways you can earn passive income:

  • Rental Property (Real Estate, Property Owner, Airbnb, Storage Rental)
  • Money Market Account or High-Yield Savings Account
  • Paid-Out Dividends
  • YouTube (Monetized)
  • Blogging (Ads, Affiliate Programs, Courses, Product)
  • Business Partnership Contracts

For more details on these subjects read: Earn Passive Income With These 5 Guaranteed Strategies.

Be Consistent

Build Wealth By being consistent

Keep increasing your income and continue to invest over a long period of time. Take advantage of your age and think about where you want to be in the next 10-20 years from now because it starts with what you do today. As long as you keep increasing your income, saving & investing, and living below your mean, you will have the power to build wealth at any age in your lifetime.

Yes, building wealth takes time. Nothing great happens overnight. Building wealth is something you must continuously keep working on. Every challenge you encounter will require a better version of yourself in order to find solutions to the problems you face. Your habits, hard work, and financial discipline will determine the course of your financial future. Keep learning, keep innovating, keep making it happen. Your future self will thank you one day.

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