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13 May: Podcast Feature: Investing and Having a Global Impact with David Kafka [Money With Mission Podcast]

“I want to do stuff that makes an impact and, and helps more people faster.” Founder of CCG, David Kafka, recently sat down with Dr. Felecia Froe and the Money With Mission Podcast! Prior to living and investing in Belize, David was the founder and manager of Supergreen Inc., a successful landscaping company based in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition, he spent nearly 12 years serving his community as a Firefighter/Engineer for the Mount Pleasant, SC Fire Department. David has resided in Belize for over 10 years and is the Broker/Owner for RE/MAX 1st Choice real estate offices in Placencia…

A Diversified Portfolio is a Protected One

13 May: A Diversified Portfolio is a Protected One

In my last newsletter, we started talking about Inflation. In this edition, we’ll Learn more about how to hedge against inflation using “Real Assets”. By definition, a ‘real asset’ is a tangible investment that has an intrinsic value due to its substance and physical properties. Examples of this are precious metals, commodities, real estate, land, equipment, and natural resources. I’ve shared before how gold and silver are excellent assets that can offer can offer stability within any investor’s portfolio. It’s all the more true during times of inflation as the price of precious metals also goes up while demand remains…

reasons to invest in real assets vs stocks

16 Aug: 7 Reasons to Invest in Real Assets vs. Stocks

Have you ever considered investing, but you aren’t sure where to start? Maybe you’ve been told that you should save your money to invest in the next big idea, a large corporation, or the stock market. The most popular ways to invest in the financial world are through stocks, equities, and bonds. Many investors’ portfolios are exclusively composed of these types of financial assets.  However, solely depending on investing in stocks or jumping into a currently popular investment craze is like throwing spaghetti at a wall and hoping that it sticks. Within the stock market, there isn’t a clear path…