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Imagine if you left in January for a remote jungle to work with an indigenous tribe in some remote part of the world. You committed to work with them for one year and to live as they did – by living off the land free of any modern conveniences. You leave all technology behind –...
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The stock dropped 7.6% on Monday, marking its worst day since the 2008 financial crisis. The plunge came amid a raging global oil-price war involving Russia and Saudi Arabia and continued panic from the coronavirus outbreak. The market dropped almost immediately after the opening bell. The S&P 500 was down over 6 percent, and the...
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Wow! What a week! The Dow shed 3,600 points this week on Coronavirus fears. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday saw drops of 1,000 points or more. This week consisting of unprecedented drops, was preceded by more than a year of record gains in a market that’s unprecedented not only for its highest of highs but now...
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The wealthy have long been attracted to certain alternative assets like cash flowing businesses, real estate, agriculture, and commodities for the following benefits:​ Passive Income Appreciation Better Risk-Adjusted Returns Insulated from Wall Street Volatility Diversification It should come as no surprise that one of the most preferred alternative assets for creating wealth is in real...
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So what about the ultra-rich who retired in their 30’s, 40’s? I’m not talking about trust fund babies. I’m talking about the self-made millionaires and billionaires. What did they do differently than the middle class? If you look at the list of mistakes listed below, the ultra-wealthy did almost everything the exact opposite of the...
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KYLE JONESKyle Jones is a co-founder and Key Principal of TruePoint Capital, LLC. Kyle is responsible for the company’s strategic planning, investment decisions, asset management, and overseeing all aspects of the company’s financial activities, operations, and investor relations. Kyle obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas State University – San Marcos, where he also...
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How experienced is your financial advisor? The truth is it doesn’t matter because no matter how experienced your financial advisor is, 92.25 percent of the time, they do no better than the S&P 500. In other words, you can invest in an S&P 500 index fund and 92.25% of the time, you will do better...
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When it comes to investing, everyone is familiar with stocks and bonds and the various equity-based funds and products traded on the public markets. Investors, however, are less familiar with alternative assets, yet it’s a huge asset class. A recent PwC report forecasts the alternative asset market to grow to as high as $15.3 trillion...
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Have you ever been on the phone with your broker or sat patiently with your online trading account opened just waiting to pull the trigger on an IPO? The lure of IPOs has long held a grip on the investing public. ​​With anticipation, we watched the news and waited for the latest and greatest IPO...
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We’re living in a digital age where everything is available on demand. Entertainment, news, shopping – it’s all at our fingertips and all available instantly 24-7. What is becoming very clear is that what already short attention span the public had is now becoming even more succinct. And that this has permeated into every aspect...
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