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Now displaying: May, 2017
May 17, 2017

Are you an investor who’s looking for new ways to invest your money? Do you want to be known as one of the wise investors and not merely someone who makes money because of your high income? Do you want to know about the trend that is going to astound traditional banking and investment players?

In today’s episode, I talk about a way to make money and invest it with a team. This method is called equity crowdfunding. I explain the difference between donor crowdfunding and equity crowdfunding. I also explain what makes equity crowdfunding so attractive to investors and how it minimizes risks to investors through blended returns.

 

 

In real estate, equity crowdfunding is a way that consumers get to get to another consumer and not go through the financial institutes.

 

 

In This Episode of Real Money Talks: 

  • Defining what a donor crowdfunding platform is
  • Explaining equity crowdfunding
  • List of some companies who do equity crowdfunding
  • The big debate in the investors’ community about crowdfunding
  • Reasons why being a high-income earner does not mean you’re a smart investor
  • Top 25 Crowdfunding Platforms and its benefits to investors

 

 

 

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Loral Langemeier is on a mission – to educate and empower the Real Money Talks community on how to have those important money talks that are straight, to the point, and can be applied to every aspect of your life. So, tune in every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on iTunes to learn, ask Loral a question, and create your path to financial freedom! Don’t forget to leave a review and grab your free gifts on AskLoral.com!

May 15, 2017

What comes to your mind when you hear the word “cannabis”? Some associate it with words such as “prohibited” and “unlawful,” while others choose to look at the positive medical effects that this plant brings. Aside from what others claim as favorable medical results that cannabis produces, there are those who see this as a gold rush to the finish line.

 

In today’s episode, I talk about a very contentious conversation and a controversial investment about the cannabis business and share matters that would require an enormous amount of work in the marijuana industry should the legalization of this plant be approved in 2020. I discuss some questions that should be addressed in making marijuana legal concerning the legal side, ethical standpoint, and business outlook.

 

 

Tending plants is one thing. Nurturing an enterprise so that it can thrive, especially with the risk factors of the product and the business is an interesting and very critically untapped documented business.

 

 

In This Episode of Real Money Talks: 

  • Who the cannabis experts are but without the capital to establish their business
  • Three divisions of growth enterprises: lead generate, production, customers
  • An approximation on the capital of and estimated profit in the cannabis business
  • Doctors prescribing medical marijuana
  • Amount of compliance at the local level if the prediction that medical marijuana would be legalized by the year 2020 happens

 

 

 

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Loral Langemeier is on a mission – to educate and empower the Real Money Talks community on how to have those important money talks that are straight, to the point, and can be applied to every aspect of your life. So, tune in every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on iTunes to learn, ask Loral a question, and create your path to financial freedom! Don’t forget to leave a review and grab your free gifts on AskLoral.com!

May 8, 2017

Are there tasks you repeatedly do every week? How about every day? Do you know that you can save time and make more money if you automate some of your responsibilities? Are you aware that making money is correlated to having a database? Today’s guest is businessman, Thomas Blackwell of Infusionsoft, who identifies some critical points on why having a database, together with automation, rules in today’s business world.

Thomas talks about the significance of automating the things you often do in your business. He emphasizes the importance of having integrity in the business by doing what you say and saying what you do. A classic example of this is when you say you would follow up with people. Thomas points out that having a database and automating some of the necessary tasks can help you achieve this goal and make you a person of integrity.

 

 

“It’s a wonderful thing to see that there’s a possibility that businesses can automate the little things so they can be present for the big things.” – Thomas Blackwell

 

 

 

In This Episode of Real Money Talks: 

  • How to automate the things you do frequently and repeatedly
  • How growth happens exponentially with automation
  • An inspiring story of a lady running a bed and breakfast in France whose business quadrupled in the next 12 months with the help of Infusionsoft
  • Why automation trumps determination

 

 

 

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May 5, 2017

If you are an investor, especially if you’re a first-time investor, you probably have looked into your options. One of the choices you may have considered is being a shareholder of a company. Owning some shares of a company is also known as equity. Before jumping into any decision, it is best to know the pros and cons of your choices. Don't just go with the flow because most people want equity. Is equity the best possible course of action for you?

 

In today’s episode, I talk about the difference between equity and debt. I also discuss why I love being the “bank.” I also discuss why being in the lender position puts you in a more advantageous position than owning a share of the company. Being the bank is the smart and conservative way to invest. It’s not difficult to protect your assets. Let me show you how.

 

 

Debt trumps equity all the time.

 

 

In This Episode of Real Money Talks: 

  • Defining equity
  • Explaining convertible notes
  • Benefits of being in the debt position

 

 

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Loral Langemeier is on a mission – to educate and empower the Real Money Talks community on how to have those important money talks that are straight, to the point, and can be applied to every aspect of your life. So, tune in every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on iTunes to learn, ask Loral a question, and create your path to financial freedom! Don’t forget to leave a review and grab your free gifts on AskLoral.com!

May 3, 2017

If you are an entrepreneur, having a business card serves many things. It gives others an idea about what you do and allows prospective clients to reach you. It also implies you are serious about what you do and that you mean business. While people still use calling cards today, the innovations in technology have created a new way of being known and making business – through apps.

 

Today's topic is very timely since I just launched my "Ask Loral" app. In today’s episode, my guest Kerstin Morris who is an app expert talks about why your business ought to have an app. She explains how apps function like calling cards and more since you can generate money with your apps. She also reveals the price range of creating apps that will suit your needs. Worry no more about app maintenance since Kerstin and her team will also do it for you.

 

 

Apps are like today’s calling cards.

 

 

In This Episode of Real Money Talks: 

  • Reasons to create and have apps
  • How easy it is for business owners to get an app
  • How you can monetize with your app
  • Means for people to know that your app is live

 

 

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Loral Langemeier is on a mission – to educate and empower the Real Money Talks community on how to have those important money talks that are straight, to the point, and can be applied to every aspect of your life. So, tune in every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on iTunes to learn, ask Loral a question, and create your path to financial freedom! Don’t forget to leave a review and grab your free gifts on AskLoral.com!

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