HE'S A FRAUD! Real Estate Guru Gets Destroyed By Basic Question financial guru exposed

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  1. Lost 6k in some forex bullshit. I was beating myself up for forever for being such a dumb sucker, then I realized that it’s not the end of the world and I had to pay to teach me a valuable lesson.

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  2. To play devils advocate, is it not like return on investment (ROI) like Lopez says? That seems accurate to me based off the google search. I am not in real estate so I wouldn’t know

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  3. tldr yeah, if you're just working in basic sales/lettings in Italy, you might know a cap rate, but it's not taught.

    If you're experienced in sales esp if you're a senior negotiator (which sounds like a big title, but a few years will make you a senior in most estate agents) – you will know what a cap rate is.

    If you're teaching a real estate course you do need to know this.

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  4. Basic fact of life, if someone knows a super easy way to make a shit ton of money fast there is no incentive what so ever to share that knowledge. Ask yourself, if you learned a secret way to accumulate wealth what reason would you have to share that info and potentially give yourself competition putting your income at risk.

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  5. Everyone has been scammed im sure. But how do people fall for the get rich quick schemes? Its blatantly obvious no one would give you the secrets. Cause then you’d be competing with them and further dropping there profits.

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  6. That any paid webinar that's "pay to attend" ad you see online,if they are charging you then they aren't making enough doing whatever it is they are going to "teach you" or they'd just do it free to build a following that they could monetize later once they built followers with proven methods. Money upfront is red flag. The funny part is there was literally a ad for a different liar saying "make 10k a month from my methods,just got to my webinar" playing at the end of this exposed video lol.

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  7. Tai Lopez is a loser. However, he’s learned to market properly and he hires smarter people to teach his courses. That would make sense.

    My ex bought his course for social media and I looked through it. It was so disorganized that it was laughable.

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  8. I did an install for this guy at his so call house.. and there was a dog barking like crazy.. like an hour later the dog almost dropped him when he was outside kinda walking him and he smacked the shit out of the dog.. I was the only one that saw and he gave me a look like “Let’s talk about real estate for a minute” true story

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  9. I remember when h3h3 showed up at his place and he made it a point that his house was full of lawyers that would put him in debt if he said anything that hurt his poor little feelings lmfao what a fuckin pussy

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  10. This guy made money by banking on the laziness of most people… Why spend a half hour researching the best thing to do… A scammer like this will take your money to point you in 'right' direction…

    Aaaannnd my advert video is those greasy scumbag scamming Mikkleson brothers… Surprise surprise

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  11. The ROI analogy is a pretty common way to describe cap rate so I can’t say I agree with the means by which you approach the vid but it seems likely to have yielded a net positive so 👍🏼

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  12. 10% a year is a good return? All these tubers know even less than tai, do your own research. Inflation is going up around 10-12% a year so a return of less than that means you lost purchasing power. Invest in emerging markets..tai is very cringe but not dumb. Real estate is not that lucrative when considering the liquidity needed and the time it takes to actually make your money 50% profit. However, you could simply put that money in the market, let’s just say apple with big ties to China and safely assume that with the Biden administration we will probably be doing more business with them and that apple should grow accordingly. Just look at long term charts for Tesla apple any major tech stock throw your liquidity in and put your stop limit order at a point where you don’t want to be in if it drops past and just relax. Real estate is dependent on someone willing to pay you more than what you paid; you rely on someone else and others for that matter whereas in the market you can sell whenever you want with a snap of your finger your cash is liquid. Making money is not in real estate that’s preserving it.

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