I’m an avid investor.
And I will always put my money where my mouth is… There’s no better way to vet the validity of an investment than to jump in and check it out.
International real estate? Check.
Blue chip, high-end art? Check.
Private loans? Check.
The list goes on…
While those assets are nice, there’s one that gets my blood pumping more than any other. One that perfectly blends my skill set with my passion.
Acquiring and investing in businesses.
In fact, just this week I’ve locked in a business investment to add to my portfolio.
The question is: Can you do this?
Better still, you can do it without using your own money. Even if you’ve never owned a business before.
This is a strategy that Wall Street insiders have been using since the 1980s. One that can put cash in your pocket when you close the deal.
I interrupted my friend Carl Allen on his vacation in stunning Portugal to tell you all about this insider strategy. Click here or on the image below to watch.
There’s no one better to listen to when it comes to this stuff…
Over the course of 26 years, Carl has done over 300 deals worth more than $52 billion. He currently owns nine businesses that generate some serious cash flow. Hence the lovely holiday trip to Portugal.
In less than five minutes, Carl will teach you three key elements to this acquisition strategy. And this strategy leverages something we value significantly here at using —and, more importantly, making money with — Other People’s Money (OPM).
You won’t be sorry for taking the time to learn from Carl.
Publisher, Unconventional Wealth
P.S. Carl has put together a free masterclass training on how to buy a business with no money down in 99 days. Schedule your training session now and see how you can go from customer to owner in just a short period of time.
Adam Markley is the publisher of Unconventional Wealth and the financial strategy director for Agora Financial. In his career, he’s been involved with or touched nearly 500 businesses across a wide range of industries. Which means he’s seen plenty of what works — and more of what doesn’t.
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