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  • wow how much you would have made if you have invested $1000 in Tesla back when it went public.

    哇,如果你在特斯拉上市時投資1000美元,你會賺多少。

  • It wasn't that long ago, just 10 years ago, take a guess $10,000.

    這並不是很久以前,就在10年前,猜測一下1萬美元。

  • $20,000.

    $20,000.

  • $30,000.

    $30,000.

  • Well 10 x in your money or growing it by 30 times.

    那麼10倍於你的錢或增長30倍。

  • It's great.

    這很好。

  • But that's not even close.

    但這還遠遠不夠。

  • If you have invested $1,000 in Tesla on March seven, Today, that investment would worth almost 100 and $20,000.

    如果你在3月7日向特斯拉投資了1000美元,今天,這項投資將價值近100美元和2萬美元。

  • Your total profits from that investment today with equal 100 and 18,000 and $829.

    你今天的投資總利潤等於100和18,000和829美元。

  • With an annual return of 61.26% Investing just $10,000 in Tesla back in 2011 would have turned you into a multi millionaire Investing $100,000 in Tesla would have earned you more money than you could possibly spend.

    年回報率為61.26%,在2011年投資1萬美元在特斯拉,就能讓你成為百萬富翁,投資10萬美元在特斯拉,就能讓你賺的錢多到花不完。

  • But it was a big batch.

    但這是一大批。

  • I mean tesla is valued this much because of masks unbelievable marketing skills.

    我的意思是,特斯拉的價值如此之高,是因為面具的營銷技巧令人難以置信。

  • If you check a look at the numbers Tesla is valued based on what it could potentially achieve in the next 5 to 10 years.

    如果你看一下數字,特斯拉的估值是基於它在未來5到10年內可能實現的目標。

  • The fear of missing out has led many investors to invest in Tesla.

    對錯過的恐懼導致許多投資者投資特斯拉。

  • But the question that we want to focus on in this video is if you have an extra $10,000 or should you invested, what are your best options?

    但我們在這段視頻中要關注的問題是,如果你有額外的1萬美元或應該投資,你的最佳選擇是什麼?

  • First of all?

    首先?

  • If you have managed to save $10,000?

    如果你已經成功地存了1萬美元?

  • Congrats, not many people can do that.

    祝賀你,沒有多少人能夠做到這一點。

  • Most people barely save any money for an emergency fund.

    大多數人幾乎沒有存下任何錢作為應急基金。

  • And even if they managed to save anything, They quickly spotted on unnecessary things.

    即使他們設法保存了什麼,他們也很快發現了不必要的東西。

  • Just take a look at the data.

    只要看一下數據就知道了。

  • Most young people have a negative network, 69% of us adults have less than $1,000 in savings, while 34% have no savings at all.

    大多數年輕人有一個消極的網絡,我們成年人中有69%的人儲蓄不到1000美元,而34%的人根本沒有儲蓄。

  • So an extra $10,000, you can consider yourself in the top 30% of the wealthiest Americans.

    是以,多出一萬美元,你就可以認為自己是最富有的美國人中的前30%。

  • And now the question is, where do you go from there?

    而現在的問題是,你要從哪裡著手呢?

  • What should you do with that $10,000?

    你應該用這一萬美元做什麼?

  • Is there a way to double or triple that $10,000 or maybe grow it to millions?

    是否有辦法將這1萬美元翻一番或三番,或者可能增長到數百萬美元?

  • We will answer all of those questions and many more.

    我們將回答所有這些問題以及更多的問題。

  • But before we do that, give this video a thumbs up that it deserves.

    但在這之前,請為這段視頻豎起它應有的大拇指。

  • And here is a little disclaimer.

    這裡有一個小小的免責聲明。

  • This is not financial advice and everything that's said in this video is for educational entertainment purposes and now let's dive in number one high risk individual stocks.

    這不是財務建議,本視頻中所說的一切是出於教育娛樂的目的,現在讓我們深入瞭解第一大高風險的個人股票。

  • The stock market can do wonders, especially when there is a company that is about to disturb a certain industry in a matter of 10 to 15 years.

    股票市場可以創造奇蹟,特別是當有一家公司在10到15年內即將擾亂某個行業時。

  • The stock market can grow astronomically.

    股票市場可能會有天文數字的增長。

  • I'm not talking about 10 or 20% but rather about a few 1000%.

    我說的不是10%或20%,而是幾個1000%。

  • Amazon.

    亞馬遜。

  • For example, since it went public in 1997 has grown by 212,000%.

    例如,自1997年上市以來已經增長了212,000%。

  • That's more than any other stock.

    這比其他任何股票都要多。

  • $10,000 invested in Amazon back in 1997 would have now worth $21.3 million.

    1997年時投資於亞馬遜的1萬美元,現在已經價值2130萬美元。

  • But Amazon is not unique.

    但亞馬遜並非獨一無二。

  • There are plenty of companies that had grown similarly.

    有很多公司曾有過類似的增長。

  • Best buy is another example since 1990.

    百思買是1990年以來的另一個例子。

  • Best buy has generated a total sum of 108,000%, or about 26.2% annually At $10,000.

    百思買已經產生了108,000%的總和,或每年約26.2% 在10000美元。

  • Investment invest by in 1990 would not worth $10.9 million.

    1990年的投資將不值1090萬美元。

  • It's easy to feel bad for missing such an opportunity, but it should not because there will always be the next hot stock.

    錯過這樣的機會很容易感到難過,但不應該這樣,因為總會有下一個熱門股票出現。

  • Every single day, dozens of startups emerged trying to disturb everything.

    每一天,都有幾十家初創企業出現,試圖擾亂一切。

  • So one way I would invest an extra $10,000 is by throwing it into a few tech companies that seem to have a chance to revolutionize a certain industry, I wouldn't choose just one because I could end up making the wrong bet.

    是以,我投資額外的1萬美元的一個方法是,把它扔到幾個似乎有機會徹底改變某個行業的科技公司,我不會只選擇一個,因為我可能最終做了錯誤的賭博。

  • But splitting it into 34 companies could end up into a real fortune over the long run.

    但從長遠來看,將其拆分為34家公司可能最終成為一筆真正的財富。

  • Number two.

    第二。

  • Hold it until an opportunity strikes.

    握住它,直到有機會發作。

  • One of the biggest obstacles I came across is the fear of missing out every single day that I keep the money in my bank account means that I'm losing money because first of all inflation devalues the real value of my money and secondly, I'm missing the potential returns I could be making even from just throwing it into the S&P.

    我遇到的最大障礙之一是害怕錯過,我把錢放在銀行賬戶裡的每一天都意味著我在賠錢,因為首先通貨膨脹使我的錢的實際價值貶值,其次,我錯過了即使只是把錢扔進標準普爾也能獲得的潛在回報。

  • But what I have learned after making multiple mistakes, says don't rush.

    但我在犯了多個錯誤後學到的東西是,不要急於求成。

  • If you're missing a market rally, it is all right, the market will jump up and down all the time.

    如果你錯過了市場的反彈,沒關係,市場會一直上躥下跳。

  • Don't try to take advantage out of all small opportunities.

    不要試圖從所有的小機會中獲得好處。

  • Focus on the big games.

    專注於大型遊戲。

  • If you're not sure, just keep your money.

    如果你不確定,就保留你的錢。

  • Remember buffets two most important rules of money.

    記住自助餐的兩個最重要的金錢規則。

  • Number one, don't lose money.

    第一,不要輸錢。

  • Number two, Never forget the first roll.

    第二,永遠不要忘記第一張卷子。

  • Sometimes there comes an opportunity when you were 100% confident that it's one in a lifetime opportunity and that $10,000 could turn you into a multi millionaire.

    有時會有一個機會,當你100%地相信這是一生中唯一的機會,1萬美元可以讓你變成一個百萬富翁。

  • That's when you should invest.

    這就是你應該投資的時候。

  • Number three Roth IRA, we sometimes complain about how rich people avoid paying taxes by creating complicated schemes.

    第三項Roth IRA,我們有時會抱怨富人如何通過創造複雜的計劃來逃避納稅。

  • We blame the system for being corrupt.

    我們指責制度的腐敗。

  • However, there is a simple way that anyone can avoid paying taxes, but they don't.

    然而,有一個簡單的方法,任何人都可以避免繳稅,但他們不這樣做。

  • A Roth Ira is an individual retirement accounts that you can use to make investments and pay no taxes on them.

    Roth Ira是一個個人退休賬戶,你可以用來進行投資,並且不需要支付任何稅款。

  • Wait A.

    等待A。

  • 2nd.

    第2次。

  • No taxes.

    沒有稅收。

  • How is that possible when you get paid, you pay taxes on your income so your income has already been taxed.

    這怎麼可能呢?"當你拿到工資時,你要為你的收入納稅,所以你的收入已經被徵稅。

  • If you use that money to invest through a Roth ira accounts, your income is not going to be taxed again, no matter how big your investment is going to grow.

    如果你用這些錢通過Roth ira賬戶進行投資,你的收入就不會再被徵稅,無論你的投資會增長到多大。

  • Let's say you open a Roth ira account in 2011 and invested $1000 in Tesla that has grown to $120,000 by 2021 you absolutely have to pay no taxes on that.

    假設你在2011年開了一個Roth ira賬戶,在特斯拉投資了1000美元,到2021年已經增長到12萬美元,你絕對不需要為此交稅。

  • If you hold that money until the age of 59.5, you can withdraw your initial investment which was $1000 in this example and still avoid paying taxes.

    如果你持有這筆錢直到59.5歲,你可以提取你的初始投資,在這個例子中是1000美元,仍然可以避免納稅。

  • But if you want your gains not to be taxed as well then you should keep that money until the age of 59.5 and it's free easy and you should do it as soon as you can.

    但如果你想讓你的收益也不被徵稅,那麼你應該把這些錢保留到59.5歲,這很自由容易,你應該儘快這樣做。

  • The only problem is that you can only contribute to a Roth ira account $6000 or $7000.

    唯一的問題是,你只能向Roth ira賬戶貢獻6000或7000美元。

  • If you're 50 or older, let's say you're 20 years old and you invest $6000 out of that $10,000 into the S and P 500 through your Roth Ira account next year.

    如果你是50歲或以上,假設你20歲,明年通過你的Roth Ira賬戶,從這1萬美元中拿出6000美元投資到S和P 500中。

  • You do the same thing and keep repeating it until the age of 60 you will end up with $3.2 million that you don't have to pay any taxes on.

    你做同樣的事情,一直重複到60歲,你最後會有320萬美元,你不必支付任何稅收。

  • In fact every year you can withdraw your initial investment tax free.

    事實上,每年你都可以免稅提取你的初始投資。

  • One of the people who took maximum advantage out of this is Peter field In 1999, Peter Thiel used his rough ira account to buy people here is worth $2,000.

    從中獲得最大利益的人之一是彼得-菲爾德 1999年,彼得-蒂爾用他的粗略ira賬戶在這裡購買了價值2,000美元的人。

  • He was given a special price since he was one of the founders of the company.

    由於他是公司的創始人之一,所以他得到了一個特殊的價格。

  • But by the end of 2019, his rough Ira account has grown to $5 billion and he doesn't have to pay a diamond taxes on that money, brilliant.

    但到2019年底,他的粗略艾拉賬戶已經增長到50億美元,而且他不必為這些錢支付鑽石稅,輝煌。

  • Number four try a business.

    第四,嘗試做生意。

  • If you have a family or financial responsibilities, maybe you should not take this path because there is a higher risk of losing your money if you're starting any business.

    如果你有家庭或經濟責任,也許你不應該走這條路,因為如果你開始做任何生意,虧損的風險更高。

  • But if you're in your twenties then it could exactly be what you need.

    但是如果你在二十多歲,那麼它可能正是你所需要的。

  • Whenever you invest in stocks or other assets, you have very little control over it.

    每當你投資於股票或其他資產時,你對它的控制力非常有限。

  • Other people decide what to do with your money.

    其他人決定如何處理你的錢。

  • The growth of your money depends on how hard other people are going to work.

    你的錢的增長取決於其他人要如何努力工作。

  • But when you invest in the business that you have full control over, even if it turns out badly you have the ability to put more hours, be more creative and still do something about it.

    但是,當你投資於你可以完全控制的業務時,即使結果不好,你也有能力投入更多的時間,更有創造力,並且仍然可以做些什麼。

  • I know that $10,000 is not a lot of money when it comes to starting a business.

    我知道,當談到創業時,1萬美元並不是很多錢。

  • Yes, when you have a big capital it's much easier.

    是的,當你有一個大資本的時候,就容易多了。

  • But that's the point.

    但這就是問題所在。

  • $10,000 is enough to get you started, especially when it comes to something online.

    10,000美元足以讓你開始,特別是當它涉及到網上的東西。

  • People start online businesses for a fraction of that amount.

    人們在網上創業的費用只是這個數字的一小部分。

  • So you don't have any excuses And finally, real estate, what what can I do with just $10,000 in real estate before you drop a negative comment.

    是以,你沒有任何藉口 最後,房地產,在你放下負面評論之前,我可以用僅僅1萬美元的房地產做什麼呢。

  • Listen to what I have to say.

    聽聽我要說什麼。

  • But if you still insist on doing something just drop a like that will help the channel greatly what sets real estate apart from all other investments.

    但是,如果你仍然堅持做一些事情,只需扔下一個 "喜歡",這將極大地幫助該管道將房地產與所有其他投資區分開來。

  • Is that you can use leverage safely.

    是,你可以安全地使用槓桿。

  • Maybe with $10,000 it might be difficult to find something.

    也許有一萬美元,可能很難找到東西。

  • But with 20 or $30,000 you can easily control properties worth 300 or $400,000.

    但用20或30,000美元,你可以很容易地控制價值300或400,000美元的財產。

  • When you use leverage in forex stock market or crypto.

    當你在外匯股票市場或加密貨幣中使用槓桿時。

  • Your broker immediately closes your position.

    你的經紀人立即對你的頭寸進行平倉。

  • If the price of the asset dips below the amount you have deposited.

    如果資產的價格跌破你所存入的金額。

  • But when it comes to real estate, the bank cannot do that.

    但是當涉及到房地產時,銀行不能這樣做。

  • Since you have a 30 year mortgage contract on top of that, you can get your tenants to pay your mortgage.

    由於你有30年的抵押貸款合同在上面,你可以讓你的租戶支付你的抵押貸款。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • You don't always get a good deal in real estate especially now.

    在房地產領域,你並不總是能得到一個好的交易,尤其是現在。

  • But judging by historical dhr Real estate prices in the long run always rise.

    但從歷史數據來看,從長遠來看,房地產價格總是在上升。

  • They crushed in 2008 recovered by 2013 and have been rising.

    他們在2008年崩潰,到2013年恢復,並一直在上升。

  • Since then this means sooner or later rent prices will rise to a point where that property will be profitable.

    從那時起,這意味著租金價格遲早會上升到該房產能夠盈利的程度。

  • And we did not even consider the fact that the value of that property Will rise over time as well.

    而我們甚至沒有考慮到該財產的價值也會隨著時間的推移而上升的事實。

  • If you could save $10,000, that means you are disciplined enough to double triple or growing by a much larger percentage.

    如果你能存下10,000美元,這意味著你有足夠的紀律性,可以翻三倍或以更大的比例增長。

  • The most important thing is not to rush with your decision.

    最重要的是不要急於作出決定。

  • Don't let the fear of missing out, push it to waste that money and now it's time to go and get you to free stocks from rebel.

    不要讓錯過的恐懼,推動它浪費那筆錢,現在是時候去讓你從反叛中獲得自由的股票。

  • If you use the link in the description or check out my special course and skills show that will teach you how to invest in the stock market like those rich people do.

    如果你使用描述中的鏈接,或查看我的特別課程和技能展示,將教你如何像那些富人一樣在股市投資。

  • And most importantly, give this video a thumbs up if you want to help us and subscribe if you're new around here, Thanks for watching and until next time.

    最重要的是,如果你想幫助我們,請為這個視頻豎起大拇指,如果你是新來的,請訂閱,謝謝觀看,直到下一次。

wow how much you would have made if you have invested $1000 in Tesla back when it went public.

哇,如果你在特斯拉上市時投資1000美元,你會賺多少。

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