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  • Hey Investor Hub Family,

Love the guy or hate him. There is one thing that is for
certain with @floydmayweather . He is become wealthy! 
Here is a short snippet from his interview with @snoopdogg
on the difference between #rich and #wealthy
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    Hey Investor Hub Family,

    Love the guy or hate him. There is one thing that is for
    certain with @floydmayweather . He is become wealthy!
    Here is a short snippet from his interview with @snoopdogg
    on the difference between #rich and #wealthy

  •  115  0  7 hours ago
  • These 5 steps to problem-solving from @Raydalio book “Principles” is a perfect framework to how you can also solve your Money problems. 
Whilst, we wanted to focus this page on investing, the truth is that if you are bad with money, you won’t have enough to invest and probably make made investments!

So here is the breakdown of the 5 step process
1)	Focus on your money goals

Remember that a plan without action is just a wish. You cannot really get to grips with your money problems without assessing any goals you have. I mean concrete goals like I need to cut my spending (this can only be done when you know what you spending on)

2)	Encounter the problem
Once you understand that your goals you need to assess what is stopping you from hitting them. It could be bad spending habits, maybe you signed up to many online subscription services you do not need. You need to face on these problems
3)	Diagnose your problem 
The next step is obvious in that you need to find out what the root problem is to solve. 
4)	Design a plan
This really comes from budgeting and knowing where your money is going. You design a game plan to how you are going to spend your money and more importantly get to your money goals. You may find out, which is normal that you need to increase your income to get there. You only know this when you sit and plan!
5)	Execute on your plan

This is all about setting time aside a week for an hour to go through your finances. You need to be on top of your game plan! No slacking

Hope you found this useful!
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    These 5 steps to problem-solving from @Raydalio book “Principles” is a perfect framework to how you can also solve your Money problems.
    Whilst, we wanted to focus this page on investing, the truth is that if you are bad with money, you won’t have enough to invest and probably make made investments!

    So here is the breakdown of the 5 step process
    1) Focus on your money goals

    Remember that a plan without action is just a wish. You cannot really get to grips with your money problems without assessing any goals you have. I mean concrete goals like I need to cut my spending (this can only be done when you know what you spending on)

    2) Encounter the problem
    Once you understand that your goals you need to assess what is stopping you from hitting them. It could be bad spending habits, maybe you signed up to many online subscription services you do not need. You need to face on these problems
    3) Diagnose your problem
    The next step is obvious in that you need to find out what the root problem is to solve.
    4) Design a plan
    This really comes from budgeting and knowing where your money is going. You design a game plan to how you are going to spend your money and more importantly get to your money goals. You may find out, which is normal that you need to increase your income to get there. You only know this when you sit and plan!
    5) Execute on your plan

    This is all about setting time aside a week for an hour to go through your finances. You need to be on top of your game plan! No slacking

    Hope you found this useful!

  •  82  0  12 September, 2019
  • #WarrenBuffet always has
words of wisdom.

This is so true in how we
treat are money as well. If you have no real plan for what you are doing with your
money, how do you expect to build your 💵 wealth?

The first step is to
understand where your money goes each month. I personally use @revolutapp to track my spending and the card has great benefits. 
You can sign up in our bio
link.

Secondly, you want to start
to create buckets of spending. There are certain things that you spend on to
make you happy. If you have a coffee every morning then you should not give
that up as giving it up makes you unhappy. 
Have a personal bucket of
spending that you measure and then have a savings bucket. We will talk more
about this in future posts.

Our personal finance and
investing guide will be coming out soon!

#moneymindset #personalfinances #debtfreecommunity #debtjourney
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    @investor.hub

    #WarrenBuffet always has
    words of wisdom.

    This is so true in how we
    treat are money as well. If you have no real plan for what you are doing with your
    money, how do you expect to build your 💵 wealth?

    The first step is to
    understand where your money goes each month. I personally use @revolutapp to track my spending and the card has great benefits.
    You can sign up in our bio
    link.

    Secondly, you want to start
    to create buckets of spending. There are certain things that you spend on to
    make you happy. If you have a coffee every morning then you should not give
    that up as giving it up makes you unhappy.
    Have a personal bucket of
    spending that you measure and then have a savings bucket. We will talk more
    about this in future posts.

    Our personal finance and
    investing guide will be coming out soon!

    #moneymindset #personalfinances #debtfreecommunity #debtjourney

  •  120  0  11 September, 2019
  • You can never really be financial free if you do not have control over your #finances then you’ll never get anywhere
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    You can never really be financial free if you do not have control over your #finances then you’ll never get anywhere

  •  80  0  5 September, 2019
  • An amazing interview that @patrickbetdavid did with @kobebryant talking about a lot topics.  Check it out on @valuetainment their YouTube channel.

Kobe mentioned 4 principles
1) Understanding the business
2) Can you help the business
3) Barriers to entry
4) Culture of the business 
Check out @investor.hub We help millennials and generation Z to become better at managing money through fun content.
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    @investor.hub

    An amazing interview that @patrickbetdavid did with @kobebryant talking about a lot topics. Check it out on @valuetainment their YouTube channel.

    Kobe mentioned 4 principles
    1) Understanding the business
    2) Can you help the business
    3) Barriers to entry
    4) Culture of the business
    Check out @investor.hub We help millennials and generation Z to become better at managing money through fun content.

  •  125  0  29 August, 2019
  • To often people focus on buying stocks that are HOT right now! What I have come to realise is that for the most part their is limited upside potential for you, especially if you have small amounts such as less than $2000 to invest. ​You will be waiting a long time before that becomes any meaningful sum. ​
​When you look at Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger they were able to transform their net worth when they bought an insurance company and could use that free float.
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    @investor.hub

    To often people focus on buying stocks that are HOT right now! What I have come to realise is that for the most part their is limited upside potential for you, especially if you have small amounts such as less than $2000 to invest. ​You will be waiting a long time before that becomes any meaningful sum. ​
    ​When you look at Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger they were able to transform their net worth when they bought an insurance company and could use that free float.

  •  113  0  28 August, 2019
  • Hey Investor Hub crew,
This chart shows the price of the S&P500 vs the earnings of the companies in it as an average of the last 10 years adjusted for inflation. ​
What it shows is that we are still quite high above the mean which is at 16.65. I think though part of the explanation can be that the companies are more efficient and could expect to trade at higher earnings multiples and with cheap debt it is easier for them to grow in current market conditions.
​
Whilst, it does show overvaluation the key is what will be the catalyst for it to fall. One way it could happen is worsening credit conditions (debt becomes more expensive), although this is not showing any signs of changing any time soon. ​Do you think the market is overvalued?
​
Follow @investor.hub to learn more about investing
#stockmarket #stockanalysis #investing #money #millionaire
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    Hey Investor Hub crew,
    This chart shows the price of the S&P500 vs the earnings of the companies in it as an average of the last 10 years adjusted for inflation. ​
    What it shows is that we are still quite high above the mean which is at 16.65. I think though part of the explanation can be that the companies are more efficient and could expect to trade at higher earnings multiples and with cheap debt it is easier for them to grow in current market conditions.

    Whilst, it does show overvaluation the key is what will be the catalyst for it to fall. One way it could happen is worsening credit conditions (debt becomes more expensive), although this is not showing any signs of changing any time soon. ​Do you think the market is overvalued?

    Follow @investor.hub to learn more about investing
    #stockmarket #stockanalysis #investing #money #millionaire

  •  74  0  19 August, 2019
  • Hey investor hub crew,
​
​So historically people would look at balance sheet measures to analyse stocks. Do not know what I am talking about? Well check out our free guide in our bio.
​
​Today, a lot of market value is in intangibles (not physical assets) such as Brand! Therefore, we need to assess which companies are trading below the value of their intangibles.
​
​
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    Hey investor hub crew,

    ​So historically people would look at balance sheet measures to analyse stocks. Do not know what I am talking about? Well check out our free guide in our bio.

    ​Today, a lot of market value is in intangibles (not physical assets) such as Brand! Therefore, we need to assess which companies are trading below the value of their intangibles.

  •  78  0  14 August, 2019
  • Hey Investor Hub Crew,
​
This is the fundamentals of any good value investing approach.
​
​The balance between Price and Quality.
​
​Which do you think it is more important?
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    Hey Investor Hub Crew,

    This is the fundamentals of any good value investing approach.

    ​The balance between Price and Quality.

    ​Which do you think it is more important?

  •  102  0  14 August, 2019
  • Hey Investor Hub Crew,
​
​There are probably more than two ways to invest, but most will either branch off analysing of multiples or ratios such as EV / EBITDA and the famous DCF model.
​
​People tend to do both approaches to arrive at some value range of where you can begin to figure what the company is worth.
​
​
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    @investor.hub

    Hey Investor Hub Crew,

    ​There are probably more than two ways to invest, but most will either branch off analysing of multiples or ratios such as EV / EBITDA and the famous DCF model.

    ​People tend to do both approaches to arrive at some value range of where you can begin to figure what the company is worth.

  •  126  0  7 August, 2019