How To Build Wealth With Passive Income! – Using Assets To Buy Liabilities | The OPM Strategy

How To Build Wealth With Passive Income! – Using Assets To Buy Liabilities | The OPM Strategy

How To Build Wealth Through Passive Income! – Using Assets To Buy Liabilities | The OPM Strategy
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Today we have a great video in store, walking through a simple strategy everyone should follow on how to build wealth. It’s amazing how easy this is to do, yet so few people do it. Following this strategy will guarantee that you invest your money wisely throughout your lifetime and truly get it to work for you. Long-term strategic investing for passive income is a great way to build wealth. After all, as Warren Buffet says “if you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.” Today we’ll share a strategy that will do exactly that, and give you some real-life examples to help envisage how you can do this in your own investment choices.

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Disclaimer:

This video is for entertainment purposes and does not constitute personal financial advice on whether to buy or sell a specific financial security. Capital is at risk, investments may decrease in value as well as increase. You may not get back all the money invested. Investment objectives may differ, and therefore investment strategy must be factored in. If in doubt, seek advice from an investment adviser regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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