What Does the Wealthy Know That I Don’t Know?

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Have you ever asked yourself this question? My Special Guest Douglas Eze is a Certified Financial Fiduciary and Author. His vision is to provide individuals and small business owners with the education and guidance needed to achieve financial freedom. As a wealth strategist and award-winning insurance producer, Douglas Eze believes in helping his clients find money in places they may be throwing it away unknowingly and unnecessarily. Learn what the wealthy knows so you can be set up properly.

“If you are born poor, it’s not your mistake, but if you die poor it is your mistake.” Bill Gates

Stock Market Corrects itself

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Do you put your faith in the stock market? Are you controlling your money or does the market control your money? Well you better get educated on how your retirement is in the hands of a very risky machine. Keep in mind this machine can break you or it can make you. Once you put all your faith in it, you will risk losing and you risk gaining. In this episode of Holla at a Scholar, your street professor breaks down what’s on the market and what’s not from stocks, 401(k)s, 403(b)s and more. Why is it important to be neutral and save your money and not invest in a downward market? Those who are ready to go to another level in finance, stay tuned and get your notepads out.

Estate Planning

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Do you have Estate Planning in place? Do you own a home? Or how about a guardianship for your kids? Well in this episode of Holla At a Scholar, Rory goes through the importance of not having estate planning and how not having it will create a huge problem for you and your family. Get your house in order and get the things that you need in place. Power of Attorney, Healthcare Directive and more.

Why Don’t You Create Your Own Bank!!

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Ever thought about starting your own bank? Yes, I said bank. You know, the institution that most Americans put their money in. Well if most banks are safe, how is it possible that a company can levy your account? Or how is it possible that you could only get up to $250,000 insured through the FDIC? It’s important that we educate ourselves about the bank and even consider creating our own bank. How do you create your own bank?

In this episode of Holla At a Scholar, learn where the rich are putting their money so their money can grow and never get to zero. I’m giving you some Million dollar game for FREE so pay close attention. 

Understanding the Money Game 101

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Only Suckers Save. You’re saving money and you’re actually losing money because you don’t understand the money game. The Street Professor shows you how to take advantage of what the wealthy knows. Get equipped with The Money Game 101 with Rory has he unleashes the keys to building wealth.

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Homelessness jumps 12% in L.A. County and 16% in the city; officials ‘stunned’

 

In a hard reality check for Los Angeles County’s multibillion-dollar hope of ending homelessness, officials reported Tuesday that the number of people living on the streets, in vehicles and in shelters increased by about 12% over last year.

The annual point-in-time count, delivered to the Board of Supervisors, put the number of homeless people just shy of 59,000 countywide. Within the city of Los Angeles, the number soared to more than 36,000, a 16% increase.

 

And as in past years, most — about 75% — were living outside, fueling speculation of a growing public health crisisof rats and trash near homeless encampments downtown.

The findings in L.A. follow a string of similarly dire point-in-time counts from across California, as government officials struggle to respond more forcefully to the state’s abject lack of affordable housing. The shortage is driving up rental prices, forcing people onto the streets at a rapid pace.

“At this point of unprecedented wealth in the county of Los Angeles, we are equally confronted with unprecedented poverty manifesting itself in the form of homelessness,” Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas told The Times.

In a statement, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti called the increase in homelessness “heartbreaking,” but said he was hopeful about the city’s recent work to alleviate the crisis, including an investment of $42 million to respond to public health concerns and intensify street-based services.

“This work has never been for the faint of heart, and we cannot let a set of difficult numbers discourage us, or weaken our resolve,” Garcetti said in a statement to The Times.

But among others in L.A. County, the point-in-time count crushed the optimism from last year’s tally, when a modest decrease in homelessness was recorded. The uptick left officials struggling to understand how the tide could have turned so badly in a year when millions of dollars had been spent rolling out new initiatives to move people into shelters and permanent housing.

 

You are your BEST Investment!!

Get Ready for today’s #vlog #SuccessPrinciples for #TransformationTuesdsay and #WisdomWednesday. You are your best Investment. Rory educates us about why YOU must trust YOU!