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10 Secrets to Achieve Financial Success by Anton Kreil

I was really amazed watching this video, that is why I did a lot of researched about this guy Mr. Anton Kreil. I found out that he was a Professional Trader in the Stock Market and was appointed as the manager of a group of people in a 2009 British Reality TV series devised by hedge fund manager Lex van Dam, the “Million Dollar Traders”. I was really inspired watching this video, I watched it a couple of times so I could somehow digest his thoughts of achieving Financial Success.

I do hope that you will also learn something from this video and looking forward to hear your reactions and comments. Enjoy the video and grasp the Jewels from it.

In June 2015, Managing Partner of the Institute of Trading and Portfolio Management Anton Kreil was interviewed whilst on a business trip from Singapore to New York and London. In this fly on the wall documentary style interview, Anton is probed by interviewer Tom Murray on what it takes for people to become financially successful and to obtain personal freedom. The result is an epic journey around the world, providing a glimpse into the life of one of the most successful financial markets traders in the world over the last 20 years and his philosophies on money, business and life. During the interview Anton provides 10 key messages that if followed and implemented properly over time, will help anybody achieve financial success and win their freedom.

10 Secrets to Achieve Financial Success 

1. Respect Money and be Indifferent towards it (20:59)
2. Rent to Own – Define Assets and Liabilities Properly (42:33)
3. Build and Own your own Infrastructure (50:16)
4. Go Travelling, Get Perspective, Get your Dream Life (1:01:00)
5. Know that Risk is Subjective not Two Dimensional (1:07:33)
6. Seek out Alternative Education (1:17:45)
7. Learn to Value your Time Properly (1:24:30)
8. Ditch the Smart Phone (1:33:12)
9. Mainstream Media is Useless. Don’t consume it (1:40:51)
10. Choose Role Models that suit Your Objective (1:45:09)


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