The Money Outlaw

Entrepreneurship – Alternative Investing – Economic systems

 

 Think and Live Differently!

Money

noun, plural mon·eys, mon·ies [muhn-eez].

Outlaw

noun, verb or adjective.

In the movies, books, and popular culture an outlaw is someone that lives a very unconventional life, values personal freedom, and is seeking money to finance it all. The last thing an outlaw would do is get a 9-5 job and live a traditional life and all that comes with it. Honestly can you see a scenario where Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid hang up their spurs and start working at the local general store. Because of this lifestyle choice, outlaws typically live outside the bounds of normal society, but on their terms. Think of characters like Robin Hood who lived outside the grasp of the Sheriff on his own terms.

The Money Outlaw lives a similar unconventional life outside of the conventions of mainstream traditional society with a dash of good-natured roguishness tossed in for flavor. The Money Outlaw is unconventional, occasionally rebellious, and is good at acquiring, growing, and controling wealth. They build a life consisting of both wealth and freedom that most others will not choose, typically out of fear of the unknown…

If you are new to the blog I would recommend you start with my foundational post on the Money Outlaw Philosophy and explore from there.

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How to Use Hard vs Soft Assets – Investment Guide

How to Use Hard vs Soft Assets – Investment Guide

During periods of higher inflation, hard assets will generally outperform soft assets, such as the stock market. I have been able to earn 10-15% returns using certain hard assets, which is a rare rate of return in typical Wall Street based soft assets. Hard assets typically provide a better investment hedge against inflation than soft assets. This isn’t a universal truth, and it doesn’t mean all hard assets are good and all soft assets are bad.

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Living a Pirate Life

Living a Pirate Life

Gary lived a pirate life. A freelance salesman and trader with an airplane, a real estate investor and precious metals advocate. His story sounds like a story out of time in our current age. As I talked to Gary, I learned that living a pirate life is much like living a Money Outlaw life. It is one where you value personal freedom above all else and adapt your economic pursuits to this end. Gary was no different in this regard. He had a rich life that, after I heard his story, I could only marvel at.

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Public Speaking: A Powerful Business Building Skill

Public Speaking: A Powerful Business Building Skill

If you are utterly terrified to speak in front of any group, why would you put yourself through that pain instead of simply avoiding it for the rest of your natural life? The reason is that this is not a practical way to live. We live in a world where people need to communicate with others, and sometimes that is best accomplished with a speech in front of a group. Being a great public speaker is one of the most important skills you can cultivate.

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About The Money Outlaw

The Money Outlaw is about pursuing an active and prosperous financial life where you control your own destiny, pursue your passions, build, create, and live a better life. We accomplish these lofty ideals with entrepreneurship,  alternative investing, and understanding how economic, tax, and legal systems work.

The site is called the Money Outlaw because much like the legend of Robin Hood who was branded an outlaw and lived life on the outside of ordinary society but was free to live on his own terms. That is what you will learn here. How to live on the outside of where so many others live. You can live a life with more wealth and freedom on your terms.

You will need to have an open mind and think about careers, jobs, life, investing, and the world around you in new ways. See what others miss. Think and live differently!

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