NATHAN Winch learned how to make millions of pounds by watching YouTube videos, and now claims he no longer needs to work. The 28-year-old entrepreneur says he rakes in more than £10,000 a month from investments and his portfolio of cheap properties in Barnsley, South Yorkshire - worth "over half a million pound" in total. This is despite him only beginning to really work on the business - Winch & Co - in September last year. In addition to owning nine properties, Nathan also completes deals for investors - including finding properties and then charging a "finder's fee". He finds these investors through constant networking.'I earned £13,500 in one day' He even earned £13,500 in a single morning by completing two property negotiations, he said. Nathan claims his success comes from watching "property investor crash course" videos produced by Samuel Leeds - a multimillionaire property investor. Within the motivational videos, the Youtuber explains the best ways to make … [Read more...] about Property tycoon, 28, no longer needs to work after learning how to make millions by watching YouTube videos
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Maurie Backman The Motley Fool Published 6:00 AM EDT Mar 31, 2019 It's no secret that saving money is difficult. If it weren't, we'd all be richer, wouldn't we? But the savings crisis in America has gotten so bad that the majority of working adults are dangerously vulnerable in the face of emergencies. In fact, 58 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 in the bank, according to a 2018 GOBankingRates survey. And a big reason for that boils down to not knowing how to effectively save. Now you'll often hear that following a budget is a great way to keep your spending in check, and that's certainly sound advice. Similarly, boosting your income can lead to better savings, provided you're disciplined enough to sock that extra money away. But if you really want an effective strategy for saving more money, it's none other than paying yourself first with automatic transfers. There's more to learn: Why you need an emergency fund so a single hospital visit doesn't destroy your … [Read more...] about Automatic transfers easy way to grow bank savings account
opinion Richard North Patterson Opinion contributor Published 1:50 PM EDT Mar 26, 2019 What most distinguishes Elizabeth Warren is her resolve to attack wealth disparity at its roots by transforming the forces which render our supposedly free markets neither free nor fair. Post-World War II America was suffused with injustices. But corporations generally provided their workers with pensions and health insurance and kept executive salaries in reasonable proportion; expected hard bargaining with vigorous unions; and understood that a Darwinian capitalism which devalued employees was destructive to social cohesion. Beginning in the 1970s, this model was overtaken by a model of corporate leadership — popularized by Milton Friedman — focused exclusively on maximizing shareholder value through deregulation, tax cuts, gutting unions, lowering wages, and overpaying themselves for slashing benefits and downsizing their workforce. The result? Stunted earnings … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren wants to save capitalism, but can she beat Trump?
Eli Blumenthal USA TODAY Published 5:01 AM EDT Mar 26, 2019 Apple's new streaming service is finally no longer simply rumored or expected. The name: Apple TV+. While some details – like how much the new service will cost – were scarce, the event was overflowing with famous faces. Sure, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Jason Momoa, Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams were among the many headliners brought on stage by the iPhone-maker, but honestly, the trend toward streaming and cord cutting has been more about dead presidents on dollars and how much you save than celebrities on stage and how many you see. Now consumers are looking at yet another new subscription service when it launches this fall, something will likely add even more costs to consumers' media budgets. To paraphrase from Gwyneth Paltrow, one of the stars of Apple's first produced shows, the ill-fated Planet of the Apps, welcome to the new era of conscious … [Read more...] about Apple TV+: Welcome to the age of the ‘unbundle’
Dennis Muilenburg and Donald Trump are said to have a close and trusting relationship. The Boeing CEO has boasted of his close rapport with the 45th president in front of TV cameras. Indeed, the Boeing CEO and the 45th U.S. president -- a known aviation enthusiast who once owned his own airline -- have spoken several times since Trump's election. "He cares about business," Muilenburg has said about Trump. "We sit with him at the table." But on the morning of Tuesday, March 12, having the president's ear wasn't enough to fend off an order from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ban all Boeing 737 Max 8s from U.S. airspace. In a phone call with Trump earlier in the week, Muilenburg had tried to convince the president that there was nothing amiss with the plane. The crash in Ethiopia on March 10 was no reason to ground the entire fleet, the Boeing CEO had said. One hundred fifty seven people were killed when an Ethiopian Airlines plane slammed into a field south of the capital … [Read more...] about Aerospace Turbulence: Boeing’s Unsuccessful Attempt to Avert a Crisis