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What Americans Can Do To Effectively Protect American Freedoms in the Decades Just Ahead (Book Review of American, by Shanon Brooks) Note to reader: read Part I of this report here >> I. The Challenge The 21st Century is shaping up as an era of major conflict, between (1) the three superpowers (the U.S., Russia, and China) … [Read more...]

“The Book of the Decade”: Resolved by Orrin Woodward

by Oliver DeMille What if there were an award for “The Book of the Decade”? It would celebrate the most important book of the past ten years, the one that could have made, and still could make, the most positive difference in the world. If there were such an award, I know what my pick would be. Some books deeply matter. They change their … [Read more...]

Choose your Money View; Don’t let it Choose You

By Chris Brady "World View" is a term recently popularized by philosophers and media pundits who debate spiritual and political matters. It refers to the lens through which people see (and therefore interpret) the world around them. All information and observations must pass through this lens and be colored by one's World … [Read more...]

What Do You Do With Luck?

By Kevin Mogavero My good friend Randy Watterson sent me this article, What’s Luck Got to do with it? by Jim Collins. In the article, Jim talks about the difference between a 1 or 2Xer (a person who meets or doubles the industry standard of success) and a 10Xer (a person who is able to obtain 10 X the industry standard). What he describes … [Read more...]

Exposing the Origins of Financial Myths

By Garrett Gunderson “A myth is a fixed way of looking at the world which cannot be destroyed because, looked at through the myth, all evidence supports that myth.” —Edward de Bono If, as I claim in my book Killing Sacred Cows, much of what we’re taught about money is false, then why are these myths so prevalent, and where do they … [Read more...]

How Avoiding the Stock Market Can Make You Rich

By Garrett Gunderson Most investors think they should invest their excess cash in the stock market, whether through individual stocks, mutual funds, IRAs, or other vehicles. However, this is almost always a mistake. For the most part they don’t know what they’re doing, they don’t understand what they’re investing in, they have little or no … [Read more...]

The Safest & Quickest Way to Become Debt-Free

By Garrett Gunderson Hint: It’s not about your loan interest rates. You want to get out of debt so you can reduce your risk, increase your cash flow, and have greater peace of mind, right? Here’s the fastest and safest way to do it: 1. Roll Non-Deductible Loan Interest into Deductible Loans Assuming you have enough home equity and good … [Read more...]

Balance Sheet Myths That Stifle Your Prosperity

By Garrett Gunderson Your financial balance sheet measures the difference between your assets and liabilities to determine whether you’re in debt or if you have equity (net worth). Assets are things that either generate cash flow for you, or that could potentially create cash flow. Liabilities are things that incur expenses, such as a … [Read more...]

7 Financial Mistakes to Avoid In the Next Decade

By Garrett Gunderson With the turning of a new decade comes the review of what happened in the last 10 years and the hope of what the next 10 years might bring us. Because of my philosophy of investing in your greatest asset (which is YOU) at all times, I'm going to give you my top 7 mistakes to avoid in the next decade: Mistake 1: Avoid … [Read more...]

Wealth is Created Through Unequal Exchange

By Garrett Gunderson We only make exchanges when we value what we’re receiving more than we value what we’re giving away. Economics is the science of the efficient allocation of resources. Through free exchange, all resources—material and otherwise—end up in the hands of those who value them the most, and those who value them the most will … [Read more...]