Discussing Life Settlements with the ASR Team – Episode 30

Discussing Life Settlements with the ASR Team – Episode 30

Ken Greene talks with Tim Wright and Stephen Ziadie from ASR Alternative Investments about Life Settlements. They also talk about:  What makes Life Insurance so powerful?

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Tim and Stephen’s Background – 1:49
  • They talk about investing in life settlements – 4:07
  • Understanding life insurance companies and life settlements – 4:30
  • Definition of life settlements – 4:43
  • They talk about the death benefit – 8:47
  • They explain to us the two sides of life settlements – 9:30
  • How does the “sell side” work? – 10:11
  • Ken talks about a win-win situation – 11:00
  • What makes the life settlement so attractive? – 12:33
  • They talk about life expectancy – 14:56
  • The attractiveness of the life settlement space – 21:09
  • IRA (individual retirement account) money – 23:07
  • Reducing risk – 26:06
  • They talk about how the net yield takes into account all the fees and expenses associated with owning a property – 27:00

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It All Starts With Education – Episode 29

It All Starts With Education – Episode 29

In this podcast, Ken Greene talks about his coaching style and his educational style. He also talks about why he loves working in the financial arena.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Ken has a lot to share and teach – 3:24
  • Ken shares with us a story about his little boy – 4:55
  • He talks about his love for watersports – 7:26
  • He loves learning, improving and teaching people all the things he has learned – 7:45
  • The financial arena – 10:10
  • The importance of reducing tax liabilities – 13:45
  • It all starts with education – 20:45
  • The more you can self-insure the more money you’ll have in your pocket – 24:00
  • Umbrella Insurance – 27:59
  • He explains the importance of your personal insurance – 28:45

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Creating Value For Others And Giving – Episode 28

Creating Value For Others And Giving – Episode 28

In this episode, Ken Greene shares with us his thoughts about being a financial advisor. He talks about the importance of saving, learning and creating value for others. For Ken, it’s important that advisors are always learning, growing and sharing.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Ken talks about what he feels about being an advisor – 2:28
  • Ken’s background – 3:00
  • Tammi tells us the importance of having a personal passion to keep learning – 5:34
  • Savings is the only way to empower the income – 10:30
  • Ken recommends us saving at least 10% of our income – 11:11
  • The importance of creating value for others – 13:20
  • He talks about the importance of recognizing that the first step is learning – 15:07
  • Ken talks about a license to sell products – 20:13
  • He talks about a “well-designed policy” – 24:50
  • Ken talks about a great design for reducing taxes – 26:20
  • He talks about the liability protection – 28:14

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Real Estate Investing with Nathan Skankey – Episode 27

Real Estate Investing with Nathan Skankey – Episode 27

In this episode Ken has a very interesting conversation with Nathan Skankey from Santé Realty Investments at the 2018 Summit for Prosperity Economic Advisors. Nathan talks about commercial real estate, how to increase the value of a property and the Perpetual Passive Income Machine book.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Nathan’s Background – 1:50
  • How Nathan is related with commercial real estate –  2:14
  • Nathan talks about his marketing background and how he worked with The Perpetual Passive Income Machine’s book author – 3:50
  • Nathan talks about his family’s real estate investing experience – 5:40
  • They talk about the book “The Perpetual Passive Income Machine” – 6:40
  • Nathan talks about investing in apartment complexes – 8:30
  • “The value-add portion” – 8:47
  • Nathan talks about his goals and he also talks about the commercial real estate – 9:10
  • They talk about a big benefit of real estate – 14:00
  • The importance of never losing your money – 16:57

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One Plus One Equals Three – Episode 26

One Plus One Equals Three – Episode 26

Ken talks about budgeting and explains to us what is one plus one equal three. He also talks about the importance of saving and how our spouse is our business partner.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Ken recommends to us not to retire, find something else you’re passionate about – 2:32
  • He talks about his father’s experience on creating and producing  – 3:48
  • Budgeting allows you to survive and grow – 6:09
  • For Ken, all begins with budgeting and saving – 7:07
  • What’s powerful about budgeting? – 7:57
  • The first thing that comes to our minds when we say budgeting – 9:29
  • Ken explains the meaning of one plus one equals three – 9:56
  • He talks about his number one priority and number one need – 13:40
  • Creating three times more – 21:52
  • Your spouse is your business partner – 28:28

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