What Should I Invest In? An Answer From The Expert


Do you want to know what will give you the best return on investment? Some time ago I was asked to participate in a YouTube Live video with a close friend. Matt is an extremely knowledgeable business owner and financial coach. In the past, he traveled all over the United States teaching people unique strategies to reduce debt and increase cash flow. The trip, however, burned her down. He moved his education away from the stage and onto the Internet's largest educational platform, Youtube. His channel took off, and he just hit 100,000 subscribers, and they're still coming. People love him because he is extremely smart, straightforward, and honest.

During this YouTube Live video, Matt led a small team, including myself, to answer viewers' questions as they arrived. One of the questions we received is an extremely difficult question to answer, but so important. "I have money. What should I invest in?"

I say this is a hard question to answer because the real answer is; "It depends." It depends, are factors such as; your risk tolerance, your time, the amount of investment, the people involved, your knowledge of the vehicle, your time horizon, and much more. Matt turned to me and I did my best to answer. I said my advice would be to invest in something that you are good at. You can make a lot of money in a lot of different vehicles, so work with something that you understand and enjoy. I know someone who is killing in crypto, but there is no way I will invest in this. Matt took the mic next and blew my answer out of the water. (I wish he had gone there first). He said you have to invest in yourself and in business. Starting a business will create more income than a passive investment, but the key here is to invest in yourself. The reality is that no investment pays a better return than an investment in you.

I owe much of my success to the home study courses I absorbed, as well as the real estate and business coaches I hired. From the start, I committed to two actions that have made a difference in my career.

  1. I spent a minimum of $ 1,000 per year on home study. It was a lot of money for me and it was only one class per year!

  2. I would not buy another book or course until I have implemented at least one thing I learned from the last book or course I took.

After I started making money, I started to invest more in myself which included mentors and coaches. Even recently I worked with a business coach to help me with Pine Financial. The knowledge I gained through dedication to myself has paid me millions of dollars and continues to earn me today.

While Pine Financial does not coach or make money directly from education, we do provide a lot of education. With the exception of one event per year, everything we do is free and we don't hold back. Our thought is that if we can help you be successful, so will we. The best way to get free information from us is on our new Youtube channel, so be sure to check that out and subscribe. Maybe someday we will have 100,000 subscribers too!



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