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What is bitcoin and cryptocurrency?

Bitcoin is decentralized, peer-to-peer, borderless, fast and safe. You're in full control of your Bitcoin, there are ways that it provides a return on investment through forking, and the infrastructure is currently building throughout the entire world. People are quickly learning that Bitcoin and blockchain technology provides a way to keep personal information private and encrypted instead of open in the cloud. "The cloud" is simply a term used to describe how merchants hold your information.

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What is Ethereum and ERC20 Tokens?

Ethereum (ETH - Ether) is decentralized and mined like Bitcoin, but also allows developers to create decentralized applications (Dapps) along with cryptocurrency tokens. For example, I created 1,000,000 BELL tokens for people to buy who believe in me and my personal growth. ETH tokens are run on the ETH blockchain so I didn't need to create an entire blockchain, just a token using the Ethereum Blockchain (www.etherscan.io)

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BELL Token - Learn for free. #awareness

BELL Token stands for: Bitcoin. Ethereum. Litecoin. Litecoin fork: Dogecoin. Much fun. I want people to learn how to download a wallet, create an ETH address and start accepting tokens for free. Once you see how easy it is you'll see that "Tokens" aren't worth as much as "mined cryptocurrencies". I issued myself 1,000,000 tokens immediately compared to Bitcoin being mined over 130 years. Central control (Like I have with my free token) is something that's frowned upon in the cryptocurrency space; Decentralization is a key component.

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Think of real estate as a retirement plan

Think of real estate as a retirement plan because it's easier to add up the monthly cash flow needed to survive forever compared to a lump sum in an IRA or 401K. Try to make $250 per month on every $30,000 invested which is 10% ROI. How much do you need to retire on a monthly basis? If you need (want) $3,000 per month to quit your job, then you'll need to invest [3000 x 12 x 10] = $360,000. That also means that if you ever won $360,000 or inherited it, you'd be able to put that money to work at 10% and make $3,000 for the rest of your life.

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There's No Real Estate Bubble - Bubbles are for Children

Real estate is the most powerful thing in the world. It's Earth. How could you not want to own a piece of Earth at some point in your life? Expert after expert will drive you to think that it's a perfect time to buy, or a horrible time to buy, or to wait six months for prices to hit rock bottom, then buy. There's NO Real Estate Housing Bubble, bubbles are for children. Bubbles pop and they're gone forever. Stating that the stock market or that real estate is in a bubble that could pop is wrong. It could deflate a little bit, or lower, or sink downward, but it won't pop.

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Pay Down Real Estate or Leverage to Buy More?

Pay down real estate or leverage to buy more? This question depends on your risk level. If you're a safe investor then you should continue to pay down your real estate before you buy more, but if you're a risky investor then you can leverage up to 80% of each mortgage to buy more real estate. If your interest rate is 5% or higher then it's a great idea to pay down your mortgage to pay less interest. If you've been dreaming about being a landlord then you should save your money for a down payment instead of paying down your current mortgage.

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Don't buy over priced stocks (companies)

Stop looking at charts and start looking at financial statements. Learn how to value a company based on your risk level and expertise. Are you willing to risk your money in the latest technology company or pharmaceutical company looking to disrupt the industry? Or are you interested in risking your money with something more secure like McDonalds, Coca Cola or Disney World? In either case, you should make sure that the company has a solid (or at least positive) balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement.

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Diversify from Real Estate with Compound Interest

I've spent 15 years investing my savings into real estate because I've always wanted to survive on rental income. Even though real estate is the retirement plan I think about, I also have a Simple IRA that I contribute to at work. I add my contributions to the symbol SPY which is an index fund with low fees that follows the S&P 500 index of the 500 largest companies in the US. Aside from my current contributions to a Simple IRA and real estate, I'd like to start thinking about compound interest.

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5 Reasons to BUY Toyota Motors Stock (TM)

5 reasons to buy Toyota Motors stock (TM). They have been in business for 80 years, the balance sheet, no goodwill or intangible assets, the income statement and the cash flow statement. The equity is just below the market cap along with strong net income, so the risk is very low. Toyota Motors also owns Lexus and Subaru which many times people don't realize. In 2018 Toyota has $247 billion in revenue and they hold $181 billion of net tangible assets on their balance sheet.

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5 Reasons to BUY Citigroup Stock (NYSE: C)

5 reasons to buy Citigroup stock (NYSE: C) because it's 105 years old, the equity on the balance sheet is equal to the market capitalization, the goodwill and intangible assets aren't too high, the income statement is strong and the cash flow statement shows a 2% dividend and three years worth of $7 billion stock buybacks each year. In 2018 Citigroup had $67 billion in revenue and holds $175 billion in net tangible assets on their balance sheet. They also have a 2% dividend and bought back $7 billion of their own stock in each of the last 3 years.

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Top 5 Reasons Why NOT to Buy Amazon (NYSE: AMZN)

In this video I give 5 reasons why not to buy Amazon AMZN stock due to that fact that they've only been in business for 25 years, the equity on their balance sheet is far lower than the market cap, the net income isn't growing fast enough to grow the balance sheet, the cash flow statement says they aren't paying a dividend, buying back stock or paying off debt and there's too much Goodwill. It would take 184 years to get your money back if your bought AMZN for $943 Billion, started with their equity of $21 Billion and made $5 billion (highest ever) net income per year.

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Top 5 Reasons Why NOT to Buy Facebook (NYSE: FB)

This blog will explain my Top 5 Reasons Why NOT to Buy Facebook (FB) Stock due to the length of time in business, having one CEO, not going through an economic depression, the balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement and Goodwill compared to the market capitalization. Facebook has only been in business for 14 years which is troubling because they haven't had to switch CEOs and they haven't been through severe economic recessions or depressions to see if they can withstand the added pressure.

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Top 5 Reasons Why NOT to Buy Tesla (NYSE: TSLA)

This blog will explain my Top 5 Reasons Why NOT to Buy Tesla (TSLA) Stock due to the length of time in business, having one CEO, not going through an economic depression, the balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement and Goodwill compared to the market capitalization. Tesla is losing money every year with a negative income statement (Net Income) and it's growing from the hundreds of millions into billions of dollars. Their balance sheet has $4 Billion in equity which is completely supplemented from selling shares of stock to the public.

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Buy Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS)

This blog will explain my Top 5 Reasons Why you should BUY Goldman Sachs (GS) Stock due to the length of time in business, having multiple CEOs, going through tough economic recessions and depressions, the balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement and Goodwill compared to the market capitalization. It "only" costs $85B to buy GS and you'll be the proud owner of their equity which is $75B, along with their annual net income of $6B. Here's a deal, You give me $85.00 and I'll give you a gift card for $75.00 along with another gift card every year for $6.00. Deal?

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How to Invest if you want to make Millions

Since you want to know how to invest to make millions of dollars, start by adding a zero to your current net worth. $0, $10, $100, $1,000, $10,000, $100,000, etc. Once you have $100,000 you can start to think about making $1 million dollars. Don't sprint to one million. Calculate the cash flow of every investment against the total amount invested to be sure you're making more than 10% and hopefully 20% when possible. Real estate is my favorite path to millions because the monthly rental profit is easy to weigh against the total amount invested, which compounds into the future.

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