Monthly archive - January 2017

Live Your Own Life (Invest) On Your Own Terms!

Posted on Jan 25, 2017 in Articles by 0 Comments

Ignore Everything Else!

As always, the journey to both or either financial and time-freedom begins with three magic words: ”Enough is enough”. Stop comparing yourself with what others have and what you don’t have.

When you say those words with your heart, you are ready to continue your life-long investment journey, which includes 8 basic steps.

In Seductive Fantasy, Property is Easy Money

Posted on Jan 18, 2017 in Articles by 0 Comments

 

You often see pictures of rich people in seductive lifestyles. Or, at least, in a lifestyle that gives the appearance of rich.

You know the pose: standing beside their Lamborghini, hands folded around their chest, smiling the smug smiles of those who think they’ve got it figured out.

 

I Am Not One Of Those ‘Rich’ People – But I’m Wealthy Enough On My Own Terms.

 

Apart from being painfully aware that I have almost nothing truly figured out, I detest the idea of being ‘rich’. It’s not a pleasant thought to me.

Thinking of ‘Rich’ is thinking Bad Money.

Rice and Real Estate – Why today’s property buyers such febrile bunch?

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Articles by 0 Comments

There are unavoidable, short to long-term economic forces that are about to deal a devastating blow to our real estate market, our economy and our society.

Yet, throughout history, the market continues its existence of naïve buyers who seem ignorant of what’s already happening or what’s going to happen.

Property Market – Let’s Talk about 2017 and Beyond

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 in Articles by 1 Comment

There are many reasons that you should be paying attention right now.

So much is going on in the global economy that I find very interesting and disturbing at the same time. We’ve seen incredible changes in governments, economies, stock markets, currency and real estate.

I am not making a forecast that a crash is going to occur.

My best guess is there are unavoidable, short to long-term economic forces that are about to deal a devastating blow to our real estate market, our economy and our society.