In this episode, we’re tackling a topic that’s been frequently requested by listeners, but is somewhat foreign to me, and that is options trading.
To help school me on this, I’m excited to welcome my friend Kirk DuPlessis to the show. Kirk runs the super popular site OptionAlpha.com, where you can get all sorts of free options trading training. He’s been at this for over 10 years and the site has over 150,000 members.
Options trading is a high probability form of investing, but as with all investments it’s based on risk. Risk, that Kirk is able to leverage with his in-depth understanding of the market — and by following a few key rules he’s sharing with us today.
Roberto Chavez started his raw land flipping side hustle a little over a year ago, and with persistence, has already built it into 5-figures of monthly revenue.
This is a business model that was first introduced to me by Mark Podolsky, from TheLandGeek.com, in episode 108 of The Side Hustle Show.
He called it “the best passive income model” because it avoids “the 3 T’s” of traditional real estate investing: tenants, toilets, and termites.
Regular Side Hustle Nation readers and listeners have a whole brain full of strategies on how to get paid.
The question is:
What do you do with the extra income?
What if your savings could pay you growing passive income every year? This article covers how to make your side hustle earnings continue to hustle for you – without doing anything.
Corey Jeffreys turned an $800 investment into $3k in the first year and has been growing his business and adding more automated processes each year.
His entrepreneurial adventure began by exploring the world of real estate investing, when he happened upon a slightly different rental business model: inflatable bounce houses.
Want to know how the new tax laws that came into effect at the beginning of 2018 impact the amount of tax you pay as a side hustler or business owner?
I invited Mr. CPA on fire Josh Bauerle back onto the show again to talk through the most important tax changes and what they mean for you and your business.