Why You Should Raise Millionaire Children
Flipping Mastery By Jerry Norton
Recently, good friend and parenting expert Nicholeen Peck invited me to be a guest on a weekly group call she conducts with parents. She asked if I’d share some ideas for teaching children about money and wealth.
As a home school father of six, entrepreneur and real estate investor, this is a topic very near and dear to me.
I accepted her invitation, but was a little apprehensive as to how my message would be received. In my business I train individuals from all over the world on how to invest in real estate. Typically, the people I work with are eager to improve their financial situation — get out of debt, quit going to a job they hate, and start making money doing something they enjoy.
Notes From The Field By Simon Black
Sept 06 2018 Santiago, Chile
Jim Grant’s 10 Most Important Lessons In Finance
Jim is the editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer – one of the most-respected and followed financial publications in the world. In his 35 years writing Grant’s, Jim has seen a financial cycle or two.
And he’s amassed a network of many of the most important people on Wall Street (who often share their insights in his publication).
We’re excited to share a special piece from Jim in Notes today about the 10 most important lessons he’s learned in his 35 years in financial markets.
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