Which is a Better Investment: Real Estate vs. Stock Market – Andy Tanner, Del Denney

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In this episode of Rich Dad's Stockcast, host Del Denney and guest Andy Tanner explore the comparative benefits and challenges of investing in real estate versus the stock market. They discuss similarities and differences between the two asset classes, factors to consider for new investors, and the potential risks and rewards involved. They also delve into the tax advantages of each and share personal experiences to provide valuable insights. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just starting out, this episode offers practical advice to help you make informed financial decisions. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and visit stockcastbonus.com for free resources to boost your financial education.

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00:00 Introduction
01:39 Real Estate vs. Stock Market: Key Differences
06:09 Understanding Risk in Investments
08:16 Factors to Consider for New Investors
12:14 Generating Cash Flow in Real Estate and Stocks
15:38 Tax Advantages and Market Conditions
23:02 Personal Experiences and Final Thoughts


Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or engage in any financial activity.

The content presented here is based on the speaker's personal opinions and research, which may not always be accurate or up-to-date. Financial markets and investments carry inherent risks, and individuals should conduct their own research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.

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  • @jayweshgour8168 says:

    Sir can you tell me how to invest in real estate

  • @DelDenney says:

    What was your big takeaway from this episode?

  • @nandojuace says:

    Start early with diversified investments in stocks, bonds, and real estate. Maximize contributions to tax-advantaged accounts like 401(k)s and IRAs. Regularly review and adjust your strategy to ensure security….

    • @LolMan-qy9cc says:

      People dont understand that the prices of things are never going back down. This inflation is deeper than we think. Those buying groceries are well aware that the real inflation is much over 10%. The increments dont match our income, yet certain investors still earn over $365,000 in stocks and assets. Wish I could accomplish that.

    • @grizbaseball says:

      Very possible! especially at this moment. Profits can be made in many different ways, but such intricate transactions should only be handled by seasoned market professionals.

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      Some persons think inves’tin is all about buying stocks; I think going into the stock market without a good experience is a big risk, that’s why I’m lucky to have seen someone like mr Brian C Nelson.

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      Finding yourself a good broker is as same as finding a good wife, which you go less stress, you get just enough with so much little effort at things

    • @icucmerc says:

      Brian demonstrates an excellent understanding of market trends, making well informed decisions that leads to consistent profit

  • @SirManselus says:

    What are the best strategies to protect my portfolio? I’ve heard that a downturn will devastate the financial market, so I’m concerned about my $200k stock portfolio.

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      There are strategies that could be put in place for solid gains regardless of economy situation, but such execution is usually carried out by an investment specialist

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      I’ve been in touch with a financial analyst ever since I started investing. Knowing today’s culture The challenge is knowing when to purchase or sell when investing in trending stocks, which is pretty simple. On my portfolio, which has grown over $900k in a little over a year, my adviser chooses entry and exit orders

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  • @Chak-Espino says:

    Thank you for sharing. Financial education is crucial today to show incredible resilience and discipline in the volatile market, masterfully balancing strategy and insight for success. This dedication to continuous learning is inspiring…managed to grow a nest egg of around 100k to a decent 432k in the space of a few months… I’m especially grateful to Francine Duguay, whose deep expertise and traditional trading acumen have been invaluable in this challenging, ever-evolving financial landscape.

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      Francine Duguay program is widely available online.

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      I appreciate the professionalism and dedication of the team behind Francine’s trade signal service.

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      Trading with an expert is the best strategy for beginners and busy investor s who have little or no time to monitor their trades.

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      The key to financial stability is having the right investment suggestions for a diverse portfolio. Many investment failures and losses happen when you invest without proper guidance.

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      It was quite challenging to understand the different trends on my own until i found out about Duguay. Trading made easy.

  • @craigbouwers6051 says:

    Thanks once again for the financial information Andy and Rich Dad Team.

  • @MAanderson153 says:

    I often wonder how top level investors are able to become millionaires by investing. Just made a home sale and I’ve been sitting on about $545K equity, not sure where to go from here. Is it a good time to buy into stocks or do I stay 100% cash?

    • @fromthebirchwood says:

      the stock market this year is at an all time high and a good number of folks raking in huge 6 figure gains, tho such strategies are most times successfully executed by folks with in-depth market knowledge

    • @arlenehill4ril says:

      True, despite having no prior investing knowledge, I got fully invested before the pandemic and pulled in a profit approximately $150k that same year. In reality, all I was doing was getting professional advice, and as of today, I’m only 10% shy of a million dollar pfl.

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      Karen Lynne Chess is the advisor I use. Just google the name. You’d find necessary details to work with and set up an appointment.

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  • @CamillaStenmark0 says:

    I will be forever grateful to you, you changed my whole life and I will continue to preach on your behalf for the whole world to hear you saved me from huge financial debt with just a small investment, thank you Louise O’Brien.

  • @Aarrenrhonda3 says:

    I feel investors should be focusing on under-the-radar stocks, and considering the current rollercoaster nature of the stock market, Because 35% of my $270k portfolio comprises of plummeting stocks which were once revered and i don’t know where to go here out of devastation.

    • @Peterl4290 says:

      Safest approach i feel to tackle it is to diversify investments. By spreading investments across different asset classes, like bonds, real estate, and international stocks, they can reduce the impact of a market meltdown. its important to seek the guidance of an expert.

    • @larrypaul-cw9nk says:

      No doubt, having the right plan is invaluable, my portfolio is well-matched for every season of the market and recently hit 100% rise from early last year. I and my CFP are working on a 7 figure ballpark goal, tho this could take till Q3 2024.

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      TERRI ANNETTE MOORE is the licensed advisor I use. Just research the name. You’d find necessary details to work with a correspondence to set up an appointment.

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