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“Which is Easier: Making It in Main Street (Business) or Wall Street (Stocks)?”
April 16, 2018
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Robert Kiyosaki, author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” (over 26 million sold!) will make a rare appearance at FreedomFest and draw from his vast experience running businesses and investing in real estate; he avoids the stock market. He will be joined by Mike Lathigee, president and founder of the Las Vegas Investment Club, who argues that investing in private businesses can be 10 times more profitable than publicly-traded stocks. Two highly successful business leaders will make the case for investing in businesses.

But running a business is not for everyone. Marc Lichtenfeld, author of two new books, “Get Rich with Dividends” and “You Don’t Have to Drive an Uber in Retirement” (I wrote the introduction), will make the case that anyone can grow rich faster through rising dividend stocks. Joel Stern, internationally-renown professor of finance and inventor of the fourth financial statement, will moderate this vital debate, “Which is better, growth stocks or business deals?”

Best wishes, AEIOU,

Mark

Mark Skousen
Presidential Fellow, Chapman UniversityProducer, FreedomFest
“The World’s Largest Gathering of Free Minds”
July 11-14, 2018, Paris Resort, Las Vegas
www.freedomfest.com

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