Another investor asked me one time. What do you think I should do? I’m torn between the two. They both sound right. Well, I asked them the question like, Hey man, how’s your job? Do you think you’re going to get fired any time soon? The company downsize? The reason I asked that as well. If there, if you’re a government worker or you have a pretty steady W2 job that arrived, if you’ve got your emergency savings account, few months of expenses, the kind of tie you over to find your next job, where you have opportunities to harvest some cash money from a Roth IRA.
Cash savings or he locked. You’re good. Put it in traditional equity, especially if you’re under a million or two network, you need to grow your money. Pref equity, 10, 11%, a great return. Personally, I think you can grow it better in a traditional equity. That’s what you should be doing. If you’re not to two to $3 million and above, you’ve got to grow your money.
You’ve got to use it now. You got to score more points. You’ve got to put up more points on the board. If not, you’re not going to win the game. And the flip side of that is say in an investor said, I worked for oil and gas industry. Things are weird or. I’m on a contract work this year. I don’t know what’s going to happen in six months.
Then I would say you should do the private equity at the stage of the game. Get your money working, get the cashflow. That might be a better way for that particular person to go. But again, it’s different for every situation. Every person has different. Ideally you’re segregating your portfolios. You see me?
See my portfolio. Sometimes I take more. Most of my portfolio is pretty conservative. Mostly stabilized cashflow. .