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How to Invest in Cash Flowing Assets – Jerry Fetta

An asset is something of value that pays an income. That is my definition of an asset. It must have intrinsic value, usually known as “equity”, and it must also pay regular income. Preferably the income is paid monthly, but in some cases it can be quarterly as well. It is important to know that if there is not both intrinsic value and also recurring income, it is not an assets. Learn more: https://www.wealthdynamx.com/potential/