How to build wealth with credit cards and M1 finance


How to Build Wealth with Credit Cards and M1 Finance⛱ M1 Finance Bonus: more information, click on “Show More”

💳One of my favorite credit cards is:

Tools & Resources

📚My Book, of course:
💰Personal capital:
💳One of my favorite credit cards is:
✅ Rakuten (Ebates):[short description of video]
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Zero: 00 Credit Cards Wealth
1:35 4 Types Credit Card Reward
3:43 How to Choose the Best Rewards Credit Cards
Citi Double Cash card – 5:22
5:52 Alliant Credit Union Signature Visa
6:58 Bank of America Premium Rewards Credit card
8: 14 Amazon Prime Visa
8:45 Capital One Spark Cash Visa
9:10 Capital One Venture
10: 00 Chase Sapphire Preferred
11:10 Credit Card Portfolio
13:25 M1 Finance

You shouldn’t use your credit card to travel “free”. Instead, build wealth using credit card rewards. Here’s a video showing you how I built a wealth portfolio with credit cards. It consists of the following: Additionally, I will show you how the rewards were invested and the process of building the portfolio with M1 Finance.

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Although I was still working in the securities industry as a trial lawyer, I began writing about personal finances and investing in 2007. Doughroller Money podcast, which I created in 2013, has been downloaded many millions of times. Today, I am the Deputy Editor at Forbes Advisor. This team includes writers and editors who produce content that helps readers get the best out of their money.

Retire Before Mom and Dad: The Simple Numbers Behind A Lifetime of Financial Freedom is also my book.




DISCLAIMER – I’m not a financial advisor. These videos can only be used for education purposes. Any type of investing involves some risk. You are responsible for all aspects of your investment decisions and financial transactions. Make sure you do your own research. If necessary, seek out professional guidance. This is just my opinion.

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