Wealth Creation From Prosperity (DVD #2)

There is perhaps no better time to own income property purchased using asset/liability management strategies than those of rising real estate prices and general economic prosperity. As explored in step by step detail in the financial schedules, the use of asset/liability management techniques with a successful real estate investment in a rising market is indeed capable of producing annual returns of 30% and 40% and more.

A simplified version of this particular form of wealth creation is the best known of the asset/liability management techniques among most real estate investors, but there are unexpected layers to this strategy, and more potential sources of yield than is commonly understood.

Below is a topic outline for what is covered in each chapter within this financial education DVD.

Wealth Creation During Normal Times (DVD #1 Topic Outline)

Wealth Creation From Prosperity (DVD #2 Topic Outline)

Wealth Creation From Financial Crisis (DVD #3 Topic Outline)

Wealth Creation From Economic Stagnation (DVD #4 Topic Outline)

Robust Wealth Creation, Part I (DVD #5 Topic Outline)

Robust Wealth Creation, Part II (DVD #6 Topic Outline)

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Please note that the DVDs and companion manual are of a strictly educational nature, rather than the rendering of professional advice. The future is uncertain, and there are no guarantees or promises of success or particular outcomes. As with any financial decisions, there is a risk that things will not work out as planned, and with hindsight, another decision would have been better.

The DVD set and printed manual will not include specific investment, legal or any other form of professional advice. If specific advice is needed, it should be sought from an appropriate professional. Any liability, responsibility or warranty for the specific results of the application of the general educational principles contained in the DVDs and the written materials, either directly or indirectly, are expressly disclaimed by Daniel Amerman.