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The Real Estate Guys

19th Annual Investor Summit™

June 11 – 19, 2021

 

Now OPEN for Public Registration!

 

 

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People LOVE the Summit …

 

We get it…

 

When WE brag about the Summit, it’s just a sales pitch.  Or at least it seems that way.  Fair enough.

 

But after 17 straight years of taking surveys and getting RAVE reviews – and even more importantly, having a HUGE percentage of repeat registrations, we’re pretty confident the Summit ROCKS!

 

But we’ll shut up about it (for now) and let our Summiteers share their thoughts on why the Investor Summit is SO AMAZING …

 

 

 

Of course, Robert Kiyosaki isn’t the only best-selling author and investing expert that’s a MULTI-TIME Summit faculty member.  The list is long and distinguished, including Peter Schiff, Tom Hopkins, G. Edward Griffin, and Chris Martenson.

 

And just in case you think they’re all just hired guns … we don’t pay any of them.  We can’t afford to pay them what they’re worth … so we don’t.  They come for free because they believe in the mission, they love the people, and they learn from each other.

 

The Summit is THAT good.

 

Each year, we record at least one episode of The Real Estate Guys™ radio show while we’re on the ship.  Here’s are a few of the more recent episodes for your listening pleasure …

 

 

 

 

As you’ll hear, our faculty members all LOVE the Summit  … that’s why so many come back year after year after year and give so GENEROUSLY of their time and wisdom.

 

And it’s not just the faculty who LOVE the Summit and come back year after year …

                       

 

Check out these comments on the surveys from our previous Summits:

 

Robert Kiyosaki“I went on this program and I highly recommend it.” – Robert Kiyosaki, best selling author Rich Dad Poor Dad and multi-time Summiteer

 

“The Summit at Sea was the most rewarding experience I have had in years, both professionally and personally.  I cannot thank you enough …” – Dana Samuelson, President of American Gold Exchange, Summit at Sea faculty member

 

“I want to thank you and the team for the 2019 Summit at Sea. Amazing 9 days … I suspect I will never be the same person ever again” – Loe H., Texas, USA

 

“Great!  Totally satisfied and delighted.  Thanks!  We’re grateful and appreciative!” – Nick F.,  Nevada, USA

 

“The learning didn’t stop with the lectures, but continued during the breaks and dinner.  You’ve really created a great environment for transformation! Thank you!” – Ryan N., West Virginia, USA

 

“The Summit at Sea was a life changing event.  I am still in awe of the entire trip.  Next year we will be bringing friends!” – Bill P.,  South Dakota, USA

 

“In my 39 years as a real estate investor, this was truly the best seminar experience I have ever had.  I will be returning.” – Craig H.,  Oregon, USA

 

“On a scale of 1-10, this experience rates a 14!” – David S.,  Panama

 

“Over-delivered.  A class act top to bottom.  Loved the content and interaction.” – Daniel S., West Virginia, USA

 

“Everyone is awesome!  Great time, useful info and new friends!” – Amy F.,  Nevada, USA

 

Outstanding educational and social event.  Brilliantly organized!  The spirit and atmosphere are awesome.” – Carl and Paula B.,  Llantwit Major, Wales

 

We really enjoyed it.  Very impressed with the organization and faculty.  Can’t wait to be back next year!” – John K.,  California, USA

 

“You guys pulled it off again!  Thank you!” – Mike M., California, USA

 

Awesome!” – Norma Y., Fort Myers, Florida, USA

 

“I just followed my husband and came for a vacation.  However, I ended up attending the sessions and learned so many things and met wonderful people!  Attending made me understand how important it is to be on the page with my partner. Thank you so much!” – Hiromi W., Hiroshima, Japan

 

“Unforgettable!  Made amazing friendships. I came not really knowing what to expect. I am leaving with a purpose to educate myself and surround myself with like minded people.’ – Wanda S., Alberta, Canad

 

Great people with a lot of knowledge attended the Summit. It is priceless!” – Andrey S., Illinois, USA

VERY stimulating conversations and sessions. VERY!” – Mike M., California, USA

 

“Thanks for everything you do.  This event is different than anything else we attend during the year and is something we look forward to.  This Summit was part of a larger transformation for me.” – Rob S., California, USA

 

“This was my 3rd year and as always, I learned so much. met great people and caught up with alumni friends.  All the new stuff was awesome and I will be back next year!  Always worth the time and money!” – Leslye S., California, USA

 

“This was one of the best investor summits I have ever attended.  The quality of the presenters and participants cannot be matched.” – James S.,  Alberta, Canada

 

“Thank you for a terrific week. I learned a lot and plan to pass it on!” – Brent S.,  Alberta, Canada

 

“Thank you for creating this extraordinary experience!” – David C.,  California, USA

 

Transformational! Great to meet so many from outside the U.S.” – Chad M.,  Missouri, USA

 

I’d pay $50,000 for this…it’s too cheap!” – Robert L.,  Colorado, USA

 

“I met such inspiring people who I know I will be friends with for a long time.” – Trinity D., Australia

 

Great event. THANK YOU!!!” – Randy H., Washington, USA

 

“Thank you for all you did for us during the Investor Summit at Sea.  I learned very much.  We had a blast!” – Frank Q., California, USA

 

“Exceeded expections! Wow.” – Paula B., Wales

 

“It was awesome!” – Gary P., Connecticut, USA

 

Amazing job!  Many, many thanks for a great week!” – Sandy C., Texas, USA

 

My expectations were high.  The event exceeded them!” – John Z., Oklahoma, USA

 

Exceeded expectations!  The Summits are getting better and more professional.” – Greg B., Papua New Guinea

 

Over-achieved in many ways: great ports and field trip, access to advisors, eye-opening conversations with advisors, allowing our children to join some of the sessions was priceless.” – Rob and Leslye S., California, USA

 

“It was a great trip. I enjoyed it all. Great networking and materials.” – Lisa L.,  Arizona, USA

 

Life changing!!!!  Thanks and see you next year!– Nick A.,  California, USA

 

Amazing value!” – Mike M., California, USA

 

“Favorite speaker was Ken McElroy – visionary information. WOW!” – Markus M.,  Michigan, USA

 

“Great experience. Highly recommend to others.” – Dr. Brent M., Oregon, USA

 

Superb experience as usual!  All was great!” – Dr. Greg O., Indianapolis, USA

 

“I learned something from every speaker. Wonderful family atmosphere!” – Maree B., Papua New Guinea

 

“Outstanding educational experience!  The opportunity to spend a week with Kenny, Robert and the rest of the team and their families is fantastic! – Joe S., Pennsylvania, USA

 

“It opened up new possibilities for me. Lots of great information from everyone.” – Bob G.,  California, USA

 

“Exceeded expectations!  My favorites sessions were on exchanging because it was life changing, and on due diligence for pure wisdom.” – Christopher P., California, USA

 

Most important concept I learned is that good things can happen when you get out of your comfort zone.– Sandy C., Texas, USA

 

“The people lost the most money were those who ‘saved’ the price of admission by not coming.  Outstanding job!” – Rob K., New Jersey, USA

 

And there’s a LOT more where those came from.  But you get the idea.

 

And now you may be wondering …

 

How much does the Summit cost?

 

If you attend … or if you don’t?

 

Consider the value of just ONE great idea, opportunity, or strategic relationship!

 

Of course, there’s no guarantee you’ll personally profit from your Summit experience.  But we’re pretty sure none of the smart, high-powered people on the next Summit will be headed to your house anytime soon.

 

Put yourself in a position to find that next great idea or relationship…

 

The Summit is the ULTIMATE investing education and networking event.  And it ALWAYS sells out.

 

We’ve been at this since 2002.  No one has EVER walked away saying the Summit wasn’t totally worth the time and expense.  In fact, well over half the people on last year’s Summit re-registered… without having any idea who was coming or where we were going.

 

Yeah.  It’s THAT awesome.

 

Remember … just ONE great idea or relationship can make all the time and expense totally worth it.

 

 

The 19th Annual Investor Summit™

June 11 – 19, 2021

Now OPEN for Public Registration

 

 


Have questions?  Click here to contact a Summit registration specialist or call 1-888-489-7723 x 1


359 reasons why this is NOT the end …

Mass consumers of financial news and commentary get fed a steady diet of hope, hype, doom, and gloom.

That’s because fear and greed are the two primary investor emotions.

So anyone selling anything to investors, from media to money management, are working overtime to stoke one or both of those primary emotions.

And if you’re an A-student investor, you’re diligently looking for insight and wisdom to build and protect wealth. As you SHOULD be.

But sometimes your diligence can make you overly vulnerable to sensationalism.

The problem isn’t that reporters and pundits are pointing out problems. That’s their job.

And of course, information and perspectives are necessary inputs for making good decisions. We need them.

And it’s also not terrible that enterprising people develop products, services, and strategies to solve problems … and they’re eager to offer them to you.

We all need solutions.

The REAL challenge is avoiding becoming paralyzed by skepticism, cynicism, or information overload.

“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll still get run over if you just sit there.”
– Will Rogers

Today, as financial conditions become more extreme and polarized, the noise levels are picking up. It’s easy to just sit down and wait for clarity.

But even normal “safe zones” for triggered investors … like cash in the bank … are suspect. The world isn’t working like it once did.

There’s a good reason an iconic multi-billionaire investor like Ray Dalio is turning to alternative vehicles for wealth preservation in today’s world.

Some might look at any of a number of significant factors as evidence that unsustainable problems mean we’re at the end of the road.

And from their vantage point, they’re 100% correct.

But in a 360 degree view, one vantage point leaves 359 others to consider.

Perhaps Helen Keller (who’s primarily famous for being deaf, dumb, and blind … though she wasn’t a pinball wizard) said it best …

“A bend in the road is not the end of the road …
unless you fail to make the turn.”

It’s a great quote which implies the value of both perspective and adaptability as key components of resilience.

Think about it …

If you put blinders on and see a path or a problem only through one perspective, when things change and the path curves, you can’t see the bend … just the end.

Both the end and the bend are true … depending on your perspective.

There are people who developed a paradigm of financial management in the era of sound money … when currency and money were one and the same.

Back then, paper dollars weren’t money. They were just claims on money … like a check or an IOU. You could redeem them for real money … silver or gold.

We address this in our Future of Money and Wealth video series.

In the era of sound money, savings was valuable and debt was dangerous. So people saved money and avoided debt.

But then the road curved …

The financial system changed. The value of the dollar became unstable with a long-term downward trend.

Inflation was no longer feared … but overtly and aggressively pursued and promoted as something good and necessary.

Debt became and remains both a hedge against inflation and a powerful tool for creating equity. Pro real estate investors make liberal use of it.

Interest paid on savings fell. So savers became losers, as our friend Robert Kiyosaki often points out.

Growing levels of private, public, and global debt was not just encouraged, but NECESSARY to prevent the implosion of the financial system.

And so, the era of perpetual exponential debt and deficits was born. That’s the world we’ve been operating in for nearly 50 years.

Today, it seems the road is about to curve again. Some call it the end of the road. We’re not so sure.

But we agree the odds of a quantum shift happening in the near future are high.

When the 2008 crisis kicked off with a mortgage industry meltdown, we were in the thick of it.

Not only did we operate a mortgage business, but we were launching an online television network for mortgage professionals.

The project was backed by a venture capitalist with no experience in the mortgage business.

When Fannie Mae collapsed, he cancelled the TV project, concluding “there’s not going to be a mortgage industry.”

From his perspective, it was the end of the road.

From our perspective, we believed people would continue to need homes and few would pay cash.

We reasoned that some way, capital would find a way to fund those loans and earn a profit. In fact, we saw big opportunity in private capital.

As for the mortgage pro TV network, we thought our opportunity actually got better … because now an industry in transition would need training, inspiration and news.

The VC saw the end of the road. We saw a bend in the road. We weren’t smarter. Just well-advised with a broader perspective.

That’s because our mortgage TV faculty included some of the smartest people in the mortgage business … so we had access to more perspectives.

So the big question every investor should ask today is whether they have blinders on …

… or if they’ve built a big enough network of smart people with diverse perspectives to help them see the bigger picture.

We know we can’t hit every note in the symphony.

It takes an orchestra full of talented people all playing their perspectives boldly to help us all hear the complexity of the composition.

That’s why free speech and passionate debate are the foundation of a functional society, boardroom, and family.

Ironically, in this internet enabled world, it’s easier than ever before to burrow into an echo-chamber of like-minded thinkers. It’s affirming and fun.

But it’s narrow. And when the curve comes (and it will) and no one in your circle sees it until you’re off the road in a ditch (or worse) …

…that’s when you discover the value of the viewpoints you may have ignored before.

That’s why we recommend you start or join an investor master-mind group … engage in book studies together and discuss current events …

attend conferences like the New Orleans Investment Conference or our Investor Summit at Sea™, where you can hear from a variety of thought-leaders and experienced investors (even in asset classes and niches you’re not involved in).

Sure, it’s not as easy as sending all your money to a Wall Street enabled “wealth manager” … who have their own blinders on. But it’s arguably safer.

Of course, if you’re reading this, you’re probably not inclined to blindly trust Wall Street anyway. But you also know the majority of people out there do.

And THAT creates a big opportunity for a real estate investor to create a syndication business to offer a new perspective to folks with an over-exposure to Wall Street.

Our point is things are changing … as they always have. And as they do, it creates both chaos and opportunity.

What it does for YOU depends on how you see it … a cliff or a curve … and how well you prepare for it.

We think as the world changes people are going to come home to real assets … and if you’re already there, then you’ll be ahead of the curve.

Until next time … good investing!


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