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The 5 Investing Strategies to make the MOST Money

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Because there are so many different investing options you can take, these are the most important points that can apply to just about anything you invest in. Full outline in the description. Enjoy! Add me on Snapchat/Instagram: GPStephan Free Coaching Call + $50 Off for those that join by Monday March 5th at 11:59pm: Learn how to start and grow your career as a Real Estate Agent to a Six-Figure Income, how to best build your network of clients, expand into luxury markets, and the exact steps I’ve used to grow my business from $0 to over $120 million in sales: $50 off with code Coaching50 for a limited time: https://goo.gl/UFpi4c Join the private Real Estate Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/therealestatemillionairemastermind/ The first is to start as early as you can. As the saying goes, the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is right now. This is one of the biggest advantages you have of being young is that you have the power of time, and the longer you invest - the more money you make. Consider this…if you invest $1000 per year at an 8% return beginning at the age of 16, you’ll have $616,000 by the time you’re 65. If you invest the same $1000 per year at an 8% interest but you started at 30 years old instead of 16…you’ll only have $200,800. That means that each year between the ages of 16 and 30 is worth over $29,000…for every $1000 you invested early on. The second is to re-invest often. This plays off the first point in terms of compounded interest. In fact, this point is so important that Albert Einstein called it “the 8th wonder of the world.” The whole premise here is that your money makes you more money, that then makes you more money. The third is to invest long term. This is my biggest philosophy when it comes to investing. Some people are traders - where their goal is to get in and out and make a profit. I’m not one of them, and I prefer to buy it once and forget about it. It’s statistically proven that overall, market timing doesn’t work and time in the market makes the biggest difference. And if you do that, this is crucial - having a short term outlook doesn’t really provide enough time to recover from a market downturn or correction. Overall, things will never move in a straight line up - it’s often up and down along the way, but the overall trend is increasing. This is why it’s important to have a long term outlook. For myself, I don’t care what prices are like 5 years from now - or 15 years from now. I just care that they’ll be much, much higher 30-40 years from now. If I’m not planning to touch that money or do anything with it, I pretend like it doesn’t exist and I’m packing it away for the future. The fourth is to diversify. Don’t have all of your eggs in one basket. This is less about maximizing your returns, and more about loss avoidance. In the small chance things don’t work out, you won’t be out of luck. Sure, you COULD possibly hit it big with one amazing investment, or you could risk it all if it fails. When it comes to investing, it’s important to diversify your holdings between investments and cash. The fifth is to do your research. Honestly the worst investment you do is the one you don’t understand. That’s how you end up losing money. It’s so important that you understand what you’re investing in, why you’ve invested in it, and have a strategy in place. Never invest blindly and do not take advice blindly or take random advice from people on the internet. For business inquiries or one-on-one real estate investing/real estate agent consulting or coaching, you can reach me at [email protected] Suggested reading: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: http://goo.gl/TPTSVC Your money or your life: https://goo.gl/fmlaJR The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: https://goo.gl/sV9xtl How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://goo.gl/1f3Meq Think and grow rich: https://goo.gl/SSKlyu Awaken the giant within: https://goo.gl/niIAEI The Book on Rental Property Investing: https://goo.gl/qtJqFq Favorite Credit Cards: Chase Sapphire Reserve - https://goo.gl/sT68EC American Express Platinum - https://goo.gl/C9n4e3
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Rachel S. Lee (1 month ago)
Wow! These are all great ideas! I am thinking of investing something that I really love. Something that I feel fulfilled. The first investment I made is for my Affiliate Marketing business and since now it is doing great, I am definitely gonna invest in something that will also help my business at the same time. I will keep all of these in mind, Graham. Thank you!
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
You got it!
Gaukhar Murzagaliyeva (4 months ago)
Team Apple or Team Microsoft? https://www.stockmetrix.net/blog/post/062118/apple-vs-microsoft-which-one-are-you?t=12yc10
Dário Coelho (7 months ago)
Where do I find 8% interest rate ? Banks in my country it is between 0,3 - 0,8 percent maximum
Graham Stephan (7 months ago)
SP500 has historically returned 8% on average.
Darko Zed (7 months ago)
Graham I’m thinking to invest in real estate in this suburb that is underrated but it’s close to one that is growing and another one that is high in the 1million. This suburb has a hospital getting built in the process and a huge shopping center and hotels. Do you think these things getting built will make the suburb grow substantially in the coming future?
William Haskins (8 months ago)
What up what up what up hit that like button on the video!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
THANKS SO MUCH!!
Dae B (8 months ago)
How do you know when home prices will be raising? Is it only because the rest of the property around may be going up or something else? How do you know when its worth will go up and not crash/decrease?
J T (8 months ago)
Is it too late to get into semiconductors
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
😂
Vesta Dynasty (8 months ago)
I've been telling my dad to invest for the past 3 months and he's putting it off smh
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Never any worries dude! All in good fun, usually just have to find any type of comment that would work in context :)
Vesta Dynasty (8 months ago)
ayy my comment made your video, i didn't mean any harm :(
Vaibhav Patel (8 months ago)
Would you recommend putting all or most of the money in Sp500? The reason Im asking is because you said to diverisfy and sp500 tracks the top 500 companies soo is that diversification?
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
It's more diversified than a single stock, but it doesn't count international companies, emerging markets, bonds, etc...it should be fine if you plan to hold for awhile, otherwise maybe a target date retirement fund?
Marietta Watson (8 months ago)
Where can I find that exact compound interest calculator you used in this video?
Marietta Watson (8 months ago)
Graham Stephan Thanks! These last few videos are especially awesome :-).
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
http://www.moneychimp.com/calculator/compound_interest_calculator.htm
Daniel Tesfai (8 months ago)
Graham, I love you, and ur channel and mean this in the nicest way possible but that watch is the biggest fucking thing I’ve ever seen. I guess something is wrong with me but that shit is distracting
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I realized that after I’m editing. It reflects way too much!
Sethroad Lord Slack (8 months ago)
WAIT A SECOND GRAHAM
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
DISLIKE
Roach boy (8 months ago)
Love how the song sounds like hate will never win by X
Andrew Scheuffele (8 months ago)
How would you reinvest if you’re invested in stocks? Do you mean to just leave the money? What are some examples of investments, other then real estate, that you would be able to reinvest in? Thank you!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Yes. Absolutely. Any dividend income should immediately be re-invested!
Teolulz (8 months ago)
why not start at 1 y/o so you'll make even MORE money
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
GENIUS
Henry lever action (8 months ago)
Why is that guy doing a backflip while trying to get away from an avalanche
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Because he's super cool
FFHD (8 months ago)
I can't hear a word you're saying with that AP taking all the attention!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
LOL
nick dipalma (8 months ago)
still in the red.... HODL though
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
HODL 4 LIFE
Chris (8 months ago)
i am starting to dabble into research of real estate agent / investing. which do you prefer starting out? becoming a licensed agent or go for investing?
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I’d start out as becoming a licensed agent. Great way to earn money to then go and invest!
Mitch Dore (8 months ago)
VIDEO EDIT WAS AMAZING GRAHAM
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thanks so much Mitch!
Shkëmbim Salijaj (8 months ago)
Here ,from first video ;)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Hey thanks so much!
Devin Copeland (8 months ago)
Hey Graham, hope you see this. What do you think about drop shipping? Is it a viable business strategy to make money? Thanks!
Devin Copeland (8 months ago)
I am willing to put the work in, the hard part is just finding products. I just know that my first ever product is going to be the hardest because I have no clue how to find one, or talk with suppliers etc. But after I get that all figured out I am sure it could work, and my second, third fourth, etc products will just be rinse repeat.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I do. If you’re willing to put in the work to test what works, I think it’s worth it.
Andre MacNamara (8 months ago)
Off topic Graham, but where did you get your jacket? It looks class.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thank you! Zara!
LandonGendur (8 months ago)
From 2009 to 2017, I took all my extra money & paid down my mortgage. To me it made sense since the housing market was quite strong here in Canada during those years; I'd make a guaranteed 4.39%-2.69% return (depending on my mortgage rate at the time) by paying down my mortgage debt PLUS the appreciation of my home. However, the past couple of years house prices have stayed flat in my market. Suddenly a 2.69% return on my money seemed lousy & a few months ago I changed my strategy. I now make just minimum mortgage payments & put $300/week into an S&P index fund. It's difficult to pick investments that beat the overall stock market so I think index funds are the way to go - for now. We'll see how it plays out in a few years :)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Wow! This is literally what my video is about today. Watch it!
Sesamestreet9080 (8 months ago)
Pshhhh With bitconnect I'll make that in 2 years!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Hey hey heyyyyyyy!
Nir Altman (8 months ago)
I love the bitconnect meme examples 😂😂😂😂
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
hah thanks man!
TheHvk (8 months ago)
Like how you listed it all in the description. Thumbs up!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thanks! I'm happy it's helpful!
EdVentures (8 months ago)
Graham is hanging out with the Nelk boys during Rona season.. he’s moving up in the Youtube life 😂👌
Eric Brito (8 months ago)
haha
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
FULL SEND FOR RONA SEASON
Nevin X (8 months ago)
fuck graham you are goals
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Ah thanks so much man!
nickalo5 (8 months ago)
All 5 These are so basic and fundamental to investing, and yet so many people don't follow them.
Joe Smith (8 months ago)
Graham, just trying to weigh risk/worse case scenario here. In a peak market like yours where prices are high, let’s say you successfully accomplish the BRRRR strategy, and cash flow 250/month after all expenses. If we were truly in a bubble, and the market tanked like 2008, how effected would your investment be? That being, how effected might you think your rent income would be in a market downturn? As always, your videos rock and so do you.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
It would have nearly zero impact. As of now, my rents are already under market value - I've rarely raised rents since buying. I'd rather have amazing, happy tenants than top dollar with issues. Given if the market goes down, I'd already have a ton of leeway on price to get the same or more rent. Also, rentals generally do better when fewer people are buying because more people are renting. It's all about just being around long term and not panic selling.
Darin (8 months ago)
but fr, solid vid homie
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
THANKS BRUH!
Darin (8 months ago)
TRIGGERED
Pablo Valdivia (8 months ago)
Great video Graham , and that's a beautiful AP !
Jahim Uddin (8 months ago)
Party like Gatsby
Samdicating (8 months ago)
Hello Mr. Graham, those were somo great strategies. Thank you for the great info. I always try to look at the long term.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Awesome! Thanks man!
Filip V (8 months ago)
What are your thoughts on investing in turn-key real estate? Some people don't want the hassle of dealing with contractors, or finding tenants themselves. Please consider a future video on this subject, I will like thumbs up share promote advertise worship etc etc etc
Cristo Vive (8 months ago)
Carlos Matos
John M (8 months ago)
BITCONNNNNEEECCCCTTTTTTT
Mitchell Smith (8 months ago)
Thanks for showing the importance of saving and investing.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
You got it!
Dat Gorz (8 months ago)
How do you feel about day trading? To make money and then transition into other ventures like real estate and long term investing
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Nothing wrong with it, but i wouldn't really call it investing - day trading is really like another part time job. Nothing wrong with it, you can make money in it, but it's important to also factor in the value of your time in trading.
Goliathus Gaming (8 months ago)
love da carlos wow
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
WASSSUPPP BITKONNEKKTT
Elijah Knight Sky (8 months ago)
HOLY FUCKING SHIT!!! XD LOL
Jake Sexton (8 months ago)
Sick new watch 😎 Royal Oak AP?
Nick Burns (8 months ago)
Bigger pockets 👌
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Good spot!!
Ryan Moyer (8 months ago)
Hahahah I love your descriptions of a triggered viewer
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Sadly true, lol
Sad.am.i? (8 months ago)
I am so grateful for your videos and I’m glad I’m watching this as a 17 year old still in high school
Sad.am.i? (8 months ago)
Graham Stephan I know and I plan to take full advantage of it thanks graham
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
You’ve got such a good head start over so many others starting that young!
JFallacy (8 months ago)
Do you still recommend investing in a Roth IRA and some vanguard index funds? I’m 20 and I want to start now
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Yes absolutely. That’s what I was doing as well!
Timothy (8 months ago)
The Bitconnect CLIPS KILL ME hahhahahaha.. do more of those in more videos
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Haha I think I have to now 😂
Tony Oliver (8 months ago)
Graham, how often do you refi your properties? I'm considering doing a refi right now since I'm at the halfway point in the mortgages life for either a 15 year for the interest rate or into another 30 year to lower the payment.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I'd go into a 30, but that's because I'm planning to keep it forever and want to lock in a relatively low rate. I'll wait about 6 months!
Elmer Mexia (8 months ago)
Hey Stephan great viedos. What are your thoughts on Peter Schiffs alert on upcoming financial crisis? How can it affect long term investments?
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Peter Schiff is generally outspoken and always talks about different markets crashing. He’ll be inevitably right a few times. Just hold and don’t panic sell. The market has always recovered when there’s a crash.
Ibrahim Muhammad (8 months ago)
Would you able to tell us how to start investing like any particular website and how do we sign up for it and invest our first $100 as a 17 years old. Because most of the business want us to be 18 or 20 years of old .
Hikarus (8 months ago)
Always a pleasure watching your videos! Thanks to you and some other amazing people I manage to own a portfolio of $12.000 at the age of 24 in a country where the average salary is about 4 times lower than the US. And that keeps growing because you guys have changed my entire mentality and life decisions. Thank you, Graham!
Olivier R (8 months ago)
hey how your bitcoin investment is going lmoa
Olivier R (8 months ago)
Sorry for my tease
Olivier R (8 months ago)
Ok now ive your attention i really want you to took the.mbti because, i m really like u, and i want to check, im intp
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I bought Bitcoin at $16,700. Decided to sell it shortly after around $17K for Eth. Messed around with that for a bit, then gambled it in XRB* back when it was Raiblocks. If you follow my snapchat or instagram you would've seen my trades ;)
Olivier R (8 months ago)
Xrp not xrb
Olivier R (8 months ago)
Graham Stephan liar you bought at the top
Redeeming Divergence (8 months ago)
Graham what watch is that? Hublot? AP? All for the clients right....right? P.S. act now to join my webinar, only 497. Use code: bitconnect4lambos for 17% off.
Redeeming Divergence (8 months ago)
Graham, I am telling you right now I will be a serious "youtuber" with my other channel and we'll eventually become friends IRL. Just like you and Tanner. Dead srs. You didn't answer my questions tho, which watch were you wearing fam?
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
BUT WAIT. ORDER NOW AND I'LL THROW IN A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OFFER....5 BITCONNECT TOKENS, JUST USE #TAILOPEZ997.
John (8 months ago)
Read millionaire fastlane. Thank me later
Tim Nilan (8 months ago)
Right off the bat.. AUDEMARS PIGUET IN YOUR FACE!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I realized that when I went into editing on this...didn't realize just how much it "reflects"
Walter Mercado (8 months ago)
So you are saying that I should put my life's savings into bitconnect? Great advice thanks. ;)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
BitconnectX is gonna be all the rage ;)
Re3iRtH (8 months ago)
If you worked at a hospital, you would know that death tomorrow or in 2019 is a very real thing. I lived it up in my 20s, no budget, traveled int'l 3x per year, etc. no regrets. Real estate happened and I'm doing well in my 30s. If I had to do it all over again, I'd probably spend even more and take even more risk. WHADAMAGUMADO?
Re3iRtH (8 months ago)
Skinkie22 Don't try to cover up your silly comment. You tried to call in question and predict like a Taro reader that I wasn't truly happy with my decisions. Which is the dumbest thing I've heard. You are telling a anonymous person on the internet they aren't happy with their decision, when in fact I couldn't have been happier with my decision. I always have, and will always choose a rich, and incredible life over having more zeros on a screen. Perhaps you should try the same so you wouldn't be so uptight and bitter. Loosen up and stop penny pinching.
Skinkie22 (8 months ago)
I did not say anything about happiness and you didn't say anything about believing in this. so i don't know where you are getting this from???? also, i dont mind what you do in your life but it is weird that you come to a youtube video about investing and telling the straight opposite. but not in the way you want to open a discussion on how to actually make money an other way. but more to brag or some sort about your crazy 20s. it seemed weird to me that's why i said what i said
Re3iRtH (8 months ago)
Skinkie22 Your logic makes no sense. You're gonna tell me what makes me happy, are you a mind reader? Lol! Everything I said I believe 100%. I went from $0 to $1.XMM net worth in 4 years. I didn't "start early", I didn't save, and I didn't budget. I focused on a career that pays well. Nothing else. I don't regret those decisions ONE IOTA. Nice try though. How is your crystal ball doing? Hahah.
Skinkie22 (8 months ago)
Stop having such a fragile ego.(be ause you obviously would not have commented this if you were truly happy with that decision.) He is not saying that it is to late. He is just saying the earlier the better. So if you are doing well. Invest a certain percentage of your income and you will doing even better the older you get
Re3iRtH (8 months ago)
Had to get that "Do Epic Shit". Studying Japanese solely for the challenge. Whenever I feel lazy, I look at it and I'm back in business !! :)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
AWESOME!!!
Matthew Garcia (8 months ago)
Always great videos!! 👍🏼
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thanks Matthew!
Jon Valino (8 months ago)
Big fan Graham. Thanks for the inspiration. I used to be a realtor in NYC and recently moved to SoCal where I'm also pursuing the career. Can't wait to follow your lead!
Jon Valino (8 months ago)
Graham Stephan The OC area, irvine to be exact. Love it here! Hoping to learn the orange county and LA areas well over the next few months.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thanks so much Jon! Where in SoCal did you move to?
Jesus Bruno (8 months ago)
Hey I'm currently getting my license thanks to you Graham. I live in PA and thanks to family members I'm already well connected. If anyone is working in or around Pittsburgh and is looking to network let's talk.
youngboi24 (8 months ago)
Jesus Bruno WHAT OF PITTSBURGH YOU FROM?
Jesus Bruno (8 months ago)
Thanks! I appreciate the quick reply. Let me buy you a drink if you are ever in the area.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Congratulations man!
Mikael Rpz (8 months ago)
great vid once again graham! Btw nice Hublot, I have a pam312, give us a watch collection vid 😉
FLOODOFSINS (8 months ago)
I'm disappointed that you didn't go with the old story of loaning out a few dollars and only wanting a penny back in return compounded daily over 30 days.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Ah gotcha, you mean doubling a penny every day for 30 days? Definitely know that story then!
FLOODOFSINS (8 months ago)
Its not a real story but more of a lesson on compound interest that has been around for decades. There are many stories that integrate this lesson into it. It is to help illustrate how much one penny can turn into in 30 days if you double it everyday. Which happens to be $5,368,709.12 These examples are here to really excite and motivate the new viewer, cuz typical 5% compound interest sounds boring on the surface to young person trying to save 30 to 40 years down the road.
Positive (8 months ago)
FLOODOFSINS I'm curious what story is this
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
What story is this? Haven’t heard of itv
Commando Master (8 months ago)
I'm saving all my money to buy real estate. Always buy appreciating assets. Avoid spending too much money on depreciating things like fancy cars, even though it's tempting.
Jahim Uddin (8 months ago)
After a while cars start to appreciate, especially luxury cars
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I’m tempted on it man, pretty tempted on a Lambo...but it’ll be one that doesn’t really depreciate ;)
Honest Finance (8 months ago)
It’s crazy how many of us don’t know what compound interest is
Jahim Uddin (8 months ago)
It is sad
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
100%!!
Honest Finance (8 months ago)
It’s kind of a big deal ;)
SIOMI (8 months ago)
You are so patient!!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thank you!! I try haha.
Blane McCurdy (8 months ago)
What's the name of the watch that your wearing? Thanks Graham!
Adam Pierce (8 months ago)
Hey Graham, if you had to start over, would you invest in both a roth ira and save for real estate at the same time or go all in on real estate (or some other investment)?
Dalton (8 months ago)
Fucking bitconnect references lmfao xD
James K (8 months ago)
#1 is so true. I recently started my online business documenting my journey on my channel. I just turned 21 and hit 10k revenue in a month. I could only imagine what I'd be doing per month had I started when I was 18...
GetThrusted (8 months ago)
I see you with the editing hustle :)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
So many hours at this 😂
Noah Lowe (8 months ago)
1:38 fucking killed me HAHAHAHA
Dana Loder (8 months ago)
Ok thanks nielsen:)
Peter D (8 months ago)
the bitconnect guy kills me every time XD
Miroslav Prica (8 months ago)
Smart guy 5 properties. I own one only property working on no 2. What are your other passive incomes apart from rent money from your properties.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Congrats on working on the second! Real estate is the biggest one. I have some stock market dividends but that’s just re invested. I get YouTube ad revenue but I see everything on YouTube as a second full time job. But I supposed if I stopped posting it should consistently make about $500/month or so.
Kodak White (8 months ago)
Bro what I know how much the watch costs that 🤭 audemars piguet could have been in compound interest. 😥damm bro Iam the only one that seen it.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Sometimes things aren’t so bad if they aren’t depreciating in value. Even my Lotus has been like a savings account!
Dana Loder (8 months ago)
Hey Steven, what can i invest into that has an 8% or higher return rate? Thanks
And Nielsen (8 months ago)
Dana Loder Check out REITs and BDCs.
Nick Woolery (8 months ago)
What is the best mutual fund investment to start in your 20s? Also what is the best one that isn't untouchable until your 65?
Nick Woolery (8 months ago)
Graham Stephan thanks graham!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
I use Vanguard - VFIAX. But there’s also target date retirement funds that are good!
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Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
BITTKONNNEEEKKTKTTT
jonathan marquez (8 months ago)
Graham thanks for motivating me. U reminded me of me rn in high school I’m failing so bad rn, I miss a lot of school and instead I go work .thanks for saying to start credit at 18 rn I have a 687 in 5 months! I hope I can be like u one day
Trey Dolphin. (8 months ago)
“*Not Bitconnect”
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Very important.
Taylor Davis (8 months ago)
Woke up to a new Graham Stephan video today is a good day.
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
🙌🏼
Nacho TV (8 months ago)
very true! best to invest in what we know
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
100%!
J.G Wells (8 months ago)
Hey Graham! My dream has always been to invest in real estate because I’ve loved it since a child. Real estate in general is a huge passion. The risk, the art, the business, the control... What’s the quickest way to get the capital necessary, should I go to college or follow a path as an agent to build myself up?
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
So many different ways to go, there won't be one answer to this and it's really just a personal choice. However, probably best to avoid college debt unless it's a degree that'll help you get a job in the field you want to work in. Working as an agent gives you a leg-up because you're dealing with properties every day, building connections, etc...but you have to enjoy the work and be okay working on commission.
Kellan P. (8 months ago)
0:25 "Bottle service, making it rain" - flashbacks to the "stripper money" video :)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
LOL
Jiggz Romey (8 months ago)
Where do I find an 8% return on my money?
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
sp500 has historically returned that.
grindhouserob (8 months ago)
I take #2 to heart: Re-invest Often. As soon as I can put aside a few hundred dollars every couple of months, I quickly re-invest it. In just the past two years I've seen my capital grow quite a bit.
Trading Tycoons (8 months ago)
The last point is so important. Investing in something you have no idea about almost always ends badly. Also please don't ever stop using the Bitconnect clips 😂
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Haha i don't think I can stop! Every time I do I get too many comments asking for it back! lol
Jose Aguirre (8 months ago)
DAS A SKAMMM
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
WHADDUMMI GONNA DO?!
Nick K (8 months ago)
I like the way these vids are edited very entertaining, I think your channel is going to grow very quickly. Also I like how realistic you are as oppose to like tai Lopez 😂
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Haha thanks so much Nick!
GamingBros (8 months ago)
Has anyone bought your charlie sheen pillow yet?
Jessica Burroughs (8 months ago)
yes tell us!! Lol
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Nicolas Cage ;) But I wonder...
Making Decisons (8 months ago)
Great video thank you man!
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
GamingBros (8 months ago)
Anyone who is triggered and a hater. F*** off and wipe my ass 😂
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
One person got triggered so far, lol
Yovani H. (8 months ago)
:)
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
:D
andres cubillos (8 months ago)
120 million in sales seem unrealistic i dont see him in forbes at all
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
Why would I be on Forbes for that? I don't think you understand what that means. I sell $20,000,000 worth of real estate = $20,000,000 in sales. $120,000,000 in sales at an average price of $2.5 million/home = 48 homes sold and averaged over 9 years. There are Realtors here in Los Angeles/Beverly Hills that do $100,000,000+ annually, or nearly 5x what I did last year. You don't get in Forbes for that.
Johnny Suomu (8 months ago)
OH SNAP!! i just realized....you should make your IG handle.....InstaGraham !!!!!!!!!!!!!! iunhgv87e6bt65$^%#$VXXBG#XBg62bgx2 GENIUS GENIUS GENIUS
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
HUGE OPPORTUNITY MISSED THERE
Juan Ruiz (8 months ago)
How do you get over wanting instant gratification and not wanting to sacrifice vacations to pay off debt 😬
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
The bigger payoff in the future just seems more appealing to me right now. Plus there's only so much enjoyment instant gratification will get you, after awhile you just become numb to it - and it's easy just to focus on other priorities and then work in vacations/etc as you go along. Pay off debt though...that's an important one.
Johnny Suomu (8 months ago)
avalanche of compound interest behind you lmaooooo more tai lopez memes...also...you have a check mark by your name
Graham Stephan (8 months ago)
2018 is off to a good start, haha

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