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The Best Financial Investment for Millennials

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt encourage millennials to invest in themselves and increase their income. What are Millennials doing with their money? Reports say they are conservative savers and this can hurt them. Grant and Jarrod explain that it is vital that millennials stash away money so they can then invest it in something that will generate additional income. Grant explains the difference between baby money and baller money, at least $100,000 that can be used for investment. He explains when millennials have 5, 10, 15, 30, $40,000 they should focus on investing in themselves so they can get around big thinkers and ideas that will generate more income.

Millennial Money Tips Include:
1. Invest in Yourself!
2. Focus on growing your income.
3. Do not overspend.
4. Save more to invest with.

Grant and Jarrod explain that everyone is looking for the shortcut and there isn’t one. Spend energy in making yourself known in the marketplace and advise a caller to do this exact thing. Other callers get advice from Grant and Jarrod. Tune in to get the sound advice you need to make the most of your millennial money.