Bitcoin and Real Estate Investing with DJ Envy & Cesar Pina



During this episode we talked about the current state of cryptocurrency and Bitcoin. We also were joined by legendary real estate investors DJ Envy and Cesar Pina. We talked about investing in real estate, home buying, and more. #realestate #crypto #marketmondays

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21 Comments

  1. Is it that solana is trash or that not enough people believe in it yet. Solana can actually compete with visa transactions because of the amount of transactions it can put through.
  2. Love the video man! All great ways to save money and be able to focus more on the things that actually add value to your life. Iโ€™m a dividend investor, my wife and I have invested in the s&p500, both through my TSP with the government and through fidelity in her 401-k. Cashed out 370k from the S&P and invested with a full service broker.. Until about 3years ago we were 100% in the s&p after over 30 years. Iโ€™m retiring at the end of the month at 59, while my wife will retire next year at 54. We currently have 5.7 million in out tex deferred savings.
  3. I love you guys so much, I'm from the UK and thanks for the possible heads up Ian the crypto space looking messy but top 2 coins bitcoin and ethereum and waiting for it to go LOW and utilising the opportunity... as you said this is the best time for black people to take advantage of the recession and I
    Gonna start building multiple plans for crypto for stocks and business owning ventures thanks for inspiring ill be staying tuned!!!! Thanks guys you are really appreciated the whole team!!!!
  4. My recommendation is to not even mention those who are copying. Just have the lawyers send a Cease and Desist. At new levels we donโ€™t sweat the small stuff, thatโ€™s what the team is for. ๐Ÿ˜Œ
  5. When is comes to real estate are they considering the personal incomes of the people in the area before buying the homes? Many of the properties I have noticed that have increased in value are in poor communities. Once someone buys the property who will be able to afford the property at some of these prices in the lower income areas.

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