BCF 302: Capital Raising in 2022 with Greg Dickerson

BCF 302: Capital Raising in 2022 with Greg Dickerson

BCF 302: Capital Raising in 2022 with Greg Dickerson

With 2021 winding down, it’s time to set goals around development and acquisition deals for the next 12 months. Greg Dickerson is an expert on keeping an eye on the future while staying active in real estate. Throughout his career, he bought, developed, and sold $250 million in real estate. His clients currently have roughly $2 billion in assets under management and through his coaching business, Greg helps people scale and raise capital. He’s built and sold off 12 companies, compounding the profits instead of pouring them back into the business. With this method, he was able to scale without any partnerships. Greg chose instead to hire the best, most talented folks he could find to run his businesses and learned from them.

Things are definitely wild in today’s economic environment, and we get into what 2022 could potentially look like in terms of raising capital. Alternative asset classes like real estate are always going to be appealing to high-net-worth clients with preservation of capital as their main goal. Despite what some say, inflation may not be transitory and there’s a lot of pressure on the retail spender. Putting your money into real estate is always going to be the safest place, followed by investing in companies that are needed for everyday life. We get into cryptocurrency as well and what it could look like in our near future.

What’s Inside:

  • Outlook on capital raising in 2022.
  • How to scale without partnerships.
  • Outlook on cryptocurrency vs. real estate assets.

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BCF 301: The Language of Investing with Mary Buffett

BCF 301: The Language of Investing with Mary Buffett

BCF 301: The Language of Investing with Mary Buffett

Warren Buffett is the world’s most successful investor. If you ever wanted to think like him, Mary Buffett (formerly married to his son, Peter) is the leading authority on Warren’s investment methods and philosophies. She’s written several best-selling books and has been featured in media channels like Fox, Bloomberg, and CNBC. Mary’s passion is helping people understand investing and her books are written in a highly digestible, down-to-earth style. With regular access to Warren and his partners, Mary gained an invaluable perspective on how to properly invest in companies and why being in it for the long haul is what makes people wealthy. If there was one word used to describe the crux of Warren Buffett’s philosophy, it would be patience.

Warren never invests in companies he doesn’t understand, and the success of Berkshire Hathaway over the years shows how well that pays off. If you are just getting into investing, it’s so important to learn the language. When choosing stocks to invest in, think of them as the companies they are and do your own investigation and research. Try to invest frequently, always set limits for yourself, and know what you’re comfortable losing. According to Mary, Warren’s best habit for success is reading. If you want to learn more about Mary and her books, click the link to her website below.

What’s Inside:

  • A look into Warren Buffett’s investment philosophy.
  • Why educating yourself in the language of investing is key.
  • Why patience will always be more effective than a get-rich-quick mentality.

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