Financial freedom is available to those who learn about it and work for it.
I've always wanted to live above my means because it inspired me to work harder.
Academic qualifications are important and so is financial education. They're both important and schools are forgetting one of them.
I want parents to teach that academic intelligence is essential, but so is financial intelligence.
Money is kind of a base subject. Like water, food, air and housing, it affects everything yet for some reason the world of academics thinks it's a subject below their social standing.
In military school, on day one you must memorize the mission of the Merchant Marine Academy.
Whole new businesses will emerge around breakthrough products as revolutionary technologies accelerate capitalism's creative destruction of slower industries.
I believe that one key to success is to accept truth, no matter how it's spoken.
Commodities such as gold and silver have a world market that transcends national borders, politics, religions, and race. A person may not like someone else's religion, but he'll accept his gold.
The state of the economy is not the issue when it comes to growing a business. The relevant questions are always: 'What business are you in? Furthermore, is it adapting to the times?'
Fuel prices are at the center of our lives. They affect our ability to travel, stay warm, and feed ourselves.
When America stopped importing from China, China stopped importing from the rest of the world. This affects Asian countries as well as Australia, Brazil, and other suppliers of raw materials.
In 'Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education' and 'Why A Students Work for C Students,' I reveal the secrets of the wealthy and what schools will never teach you about money.
Learn to invest in investments where you can achieve an honest, legal advantage over other investors. When it comes to investing, why play on a level field?
Any time an investment company has to spend heavily on advertising, it's probably a bad business in which to invest.
Jim Cramer is a very smart man. I watch his show. I just do not follow his advice.
Tax season always means a deluge of tax advice. Unfortunately, most of it is futile and lightweight.
I do not live on false promises. I cannot afford to live on bad advice.
If you don't like the idea that most of the money spent on lottery tickets supports government programs, you should know that most of the earnings from mutual funds support investment advisors' and mutual fund managers' retirement.