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mrolympia2020

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Re: Best "self help"ish type books?
« Reply #30 on: June 26, 2020, 01:16:47 PM »

top 1%eh? no less

I thought you were just a kid in school..  I don't even do the  ::) anymore no need

you say you earn top 1% salaries in your state that means you make over 10 million a year.. this is what you are telling me

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4OOK  cracks top 1% were I live
10 million a year is top 5% of the top 1%
if I made 10 million a year I would have igf at 1000 year round and die young and happy

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Re: Best "self help"ish type books?
« Reply #31 on: June 26, 2020, 01:19:21 PM »

Please don't underestimate $1 million. Let's say you have $1 million in an index fund that pays out 7% annually. Let's say the fund pays dividends quarterly (7%/4), each quarter you would get 1.75%. On that 1 million you'd get $17,500 every 3 months. Let's say you let that sit there for one year and automatically just reinvest the dividends you've gotten, you'll be compounding your money. 2nd quarter you'll be getting 1.75% on $1,017,500, $1,035,306.25.

Simply put, you could be cashing out over $5,500 a month for 30 years because the money will continue to compound and grow. Extra $5,000 extra a month for the rest of your life is good money. That's pharma grade hgh everyday.
that model you proposed has never been seen in history anywhere
when you take out that 5000 after a 20%+ market correction over the course of 1-2 years your entire model gets skewed and odds of 7% per year for 30 years (not averaging but actually 7% gains for 30 years straight) is 0%

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Re: Best "self help"ish type books?
« Reply #32 on: June 28, 2020, 02:25:53 AM »

So you read some books, great.  How did you go from dirt poor to an income north of $400k?   What did you actually do with no money in your account?  What was step one?  Step two?  Three?
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wow

I don't say wow normally but this post is one of the best ever on gh15.org and deserves a wow

bravo,,

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Re: Best "self help"ish type books?
« Reply #33 on: June 28, 2020, 03:23:24 AM »

^150k from dealing.. ya know.. lol

rest is just a a by the way kinda thing..

and I think he is from the great state of fl kinda close to you lol he can teach you how to do it.. .. ..

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Re: Best "self help"ish type books?
« Reply #34 on: June 28, 2020, 03:23:42 AM »

So you read some books, great.  How did you go from dirt poor to an income north of $400k?   What did you actually do with no money in your account?  What was step one?  Step two?  Three?

Rip off those books into a new "get rich" book and a ecourse for only $999 down from $4999 with a facebook group to "mastermind" with the other suckers who bought the same course
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Re: Best "self help"ish type books?
« Reply #35 on: June 30, 2020, 08:32:15 AM »

The subtle art of not giving a fuck.

This is a good one. I'd also recommend Extreme ownership, Antifragile, Outliers and 12 rules for life
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