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    Jason Hartman's Ten Commandments of Successful Investing Jason Hartman's Ten Commandments of Successful Investing Presentation Transcript

    • Creating Wealth InToday’s EconomyWith Jason Hartman
    • Investor Real Success Business Owner Employee or Self-EmployedMove from ACTIVE to PASSIVE income asap
    • 1. Thou shalt become educated.
    • 2. Thou shalt have a professional team including your Investment Counselor.
    • 3. Thou shalt maintain control. Three major problems occur when you relinquish control of your investments to others: 1) You might be investing with a crook 2) You might be investing with an idiot 3) They take HUGE management fees
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    • 4. Thou shalt use prudent financialplanning techniques. What is your… 1) Investment goal? - Income, Appreciation, Tax benefits 2) Risk tolerance? 3) Time horizon?
    • 5. Thou shalt not gamble.
    • 6. Thou shalt diversify.
    • 7. Thou shalt be Area Agnostic™.
    • 8. Thou shalt borrow to maximize leverage, accelerate wealth creation and reduce risk.
    • So who buys real estate with all cash?Only people who do not understand the power of leverage! When you put 20% down and finance 80% real estate massively outperforms all the other investments!
    • 9. Thou shalt only invest where there is universal need.
    • 10. Thou shalt invest only in tax-favored assets. Taxes = Life’s Largest Expense
    • Forging A Long Term RelationshipThe Platinum Team Is Here To Help! Meet With Any of Our Investment CounselorsFor A Complimentary One-On-One Consultation
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    • “Don’t wait to buy real estate, buy real estate then wait!” - Robert AllenDon’t Be The Reluctant Investor!