Search found 3 matches. Go to advanced search
I have a property that is rented out but I currently don't have a home.If I am able to pay off the property in 6 years, do you recommend against this or for it and what's the reasoning?Thanks
Let's say you have a sufficient capital base which you are able to invest and produce returns sufficient to pay your cost of living as well as grow your capital. So as not to muddy what the investment strategy lets suppose I'm particularly adept at earning 1% a year on a capital base of $60,000,000 ...
I have a couple of small caps that are up quite handsomely in the last month or so. Does anyone have any rules they follow with respect to taking some money off the table after a big run?
Get all the hottest deals, flyers & coupons
delivered to your inbox!
You can unsubscribe at any time.