There are those who seemingly glide through life. They always seem to know the right people and are the first to hear about the best opportunities. The uninitiated observer thinks these people are lucky; fate favours them.
Of course, the opposite is true. Luck has nothing to do with it. They have just discovered a simple truth in life: if you follow the herd, then you are guaranteed average results. If this wasn’t the case, the vast majority would be highly successful and wealthy.
But how can you leverage the knowledge that the consensus is normally wrong to grow your wealth and protect your family’s ongoing financial security?
Creating and then keeping wealth are two distinctly separate skills. You have probably already noticed that families like the Rothschilds, the Du Ponts, the Ortegas and the Kwoks use property as one of the key foundation stones of their legacy protection and wealth strategies.
But how do these families ensure they are making astute acquisitions? What are the pitfalls they avoid? How do they find the best properties with relatively little effort almost as if the properties are brought to them?