March 2, 2020
February 3, 2020
Back in 2006, housing prices were growing at 10% per year in Central Florida, and I had plowed any IRA funds I had into the real estate. I then found a brand new home development outside Orlando, offering a home that what I felt was at a 10-15% market discount, and using my savings and a mortgage, purchased the $300,000 rental. Even though I had a $500 per month negative on cash flow, I figured that capital appreciation and future rental income would certainly close the financial gap soon.Continue reading…
January 31, 2020
Ensuring that you will have a successful retirement is not a task to be taken lightly–you should enjoy the road to retirement while thinking of investment options, after all, you’ve worked hard for it. When people think of saving for retirement, they think of 401(k)s and 403(b)s which are employer-sponsored plans. One option that most people don’t consider when thinking of retirement is self-directing their IRA.Continue reading…
January 2, 2020
1. How do you get paid, and how much more do you make when my investments go up, and how much less do you make when my investments go down?
There is no doubt that anyone that works for you should be paid, and paid well if their efforts and advice yield above-market returns. But is it fair that the earnings of your Financial Advisor should be about the same if those same investments do not perform?Continue reading…
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