Cody Yeh is a first-generation immigrant from Taiwan who came to Canada at the age of 18, went to university as an engineer, got a white-collar job but apparently, it wasn’t good enough. Cody is now a Stock & Options Coach, YouTube influencer, a real est...
Cody Yeh is a first-generation immigrant from Taiwan who came to Canada at the age of 18, went to university as an engineer, got a white-collar job but apparently, it wasn’t good enough. Cody is now a Stock & Options Coach, YouTube influencer, a real estate investor, and, more importantly, building an empire to help out more people like yourselves to reach Financial Independence sooner.
In this episode, Cody Yeh shares how you can enjoy both worlds and earn cash flows and a good amount of revenue from both real estate business and stocks investment. He talks about the mindset you use in real estate that you can carry over to stocks investment so you can win long-term.
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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
“If you find an off-market, for a wholesaler, I do wholesale, as well. You better make sure you do your own homework, don’t trust everyone. It’s very tough unless you put in some money to add value to the property that may have a chance to turn into a legal duplex, legal duplex to a triplex or something that adds value or buy a really rundown house; if you don’t do that, it’s hard to find that cash flow. And that’s where the stock and option come in. On top of your full-time job or your full-time business running, you can use stock options to generate the cash flow to fund, to buy more real estate.” – Cody Yeh
“Active business, stock option, real estate investing — to me, that’s the full circle of it.” – Cody Yeh
“In the stocks and options, you do the same thing. You do fundamental analysis; you generate cash flow. But, the underlying stocks of that company, as stocks, you believe will thrive in 10, 20 years; that’s the same thing in real estate. The reason why I invest in GTA is because I believe it will thrive in 10 to 20 years.” – Cody Yeh
“Don’t overstretch yourself. A lot of developers went bankrupt. Why? Because they stretch themselves too thin, they’re highly leveraged; they get too greedy. They want to get too many lands and wait for it, but if there’s a market downturn, they don’t have cash flow coming in, they’re forced to sell at the worst price. And this could happen in stocks, as well.” – Cody Yeh
“We want to hold the stock long term; you need to have the right mentality to do that to win long term.” – Cody Yeh
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