How Anthony Overcame His Fear Of Debt To Make $700,000 In Just 2 Years.
Anthony grew up as a child of Vietnamese migrants in Sydney. His parents were very conscious with money, and taught him to avoid debt. Unfortunately, this blinded him to the power of financial leverage. Today he’s embraced ‘good debt’ as a tool for building wealth.
"Today the entire portfolio is sitting on around $2.5 million and the equity on that is worth around $700,000".
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