CashFlow Investing is based on the Concept by Mr Robert Kiyosaki, where the Strategies/Mindset of Investing formulated Primarily for Cashflow collection, Secondarily for Capital Gains.

I see it as a business model similar to "Insurance", "Vehicle Rental", "Property Rental". Where you manage/own assets which generates Cashflow Income on a consistent, shorter term, manageable, predictable & acceptable basis.

It is not a Get-Rich Quick, One-Time jackpot kind of strategies where you can retire quickly, but a consistent system which I use personally which will & can replace your working Income over time, leading to Retirement.

Caution - Formulated Systematically to lead to Retirement in 8 years.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Updates (26/10/2014)

Hi Everyone,

Its coming to 1year on this blog, also since the opening of CashFlow Live Trading account as example of Cashflow Investing. I'll compute a summary of the account over this year. Take note that I've added additional funds into the account 3days ago, the Cashflow Collected is done based on the inital Funds of USD $4800. Click Here for details on the funding/loan/repayment.

Summary (26 October, 2014)

Total Funded: USD $4800 + USD$2100 / s$6032.64 (18Nov,13) + s$2699.13(23Oct,14)
Capital from my pocket: SGD $2,995.28
Total Expense Incurred: SGD $350.03

Current Stock Value: No Stock Onhand
Total Cashflow Collected: USD $2,603.31 (54.235%)

My last positions are MEET, awaiting for time expiration dated 21 Nov, 2014. I'll be making another trade this coming week using the newly added funds (Other People's Money).

I have someone question about Cashflow Investing: If you buy a stock and it fall 10% each year, whats the point of still holding on to it ?
Well my reply to him was:
First if the value of the business is consistent, Cashflow/Debt is consistent/improving over the quarters, you can hold over mid-long term,
2nd if you can generate over 20% Cashflow per annum, does it matter if the share price drops 10% per annum ? Over 5 years, if the share price halved its value, but you have already collected 100% Cashflow back, what does it make your on hand shares ? its "FREE" & still generating 20% per annum Cashflow.

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