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What To Do With Your Money

In this Show

Grant Cardone offers tips and insights to help people grow their money so they retire with millions. You cannot save your way to wealth. In this episode of the Cardone Zone Grant explains how low interest rates make it a tough time to retire. He also explains that putting money in the bank and praying for a miracle isn’t the way to build wealth. Interest rates are low which means you must find places to invest your money so you will generate more income and multiply it for the future. Grant offers four simple facts about money and what do with it.

  1. Understand money is important.
  2. Money must work for you.
  3. Money must produce income.
  4. Money must grow or it will go.

The show takes an interesting twist when Grant takes caller questions and comments. You never know what they will ask and what Grant will say. After one caller asks about real estate investing, Grant shares how he started in multifamily real estate investing and reveals some interesting and practical approaches to it.

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