My contribution to LinkedIn Influencers this morning. One of my most important pieces. Share this one with friends. It is a game changer, as relates to inner-city and under-served communities.  Let me know what you think on Comments in the piece at LinkedIn.The Poor Man’s Hedge Fund

Everyone should be a hedge fund manager today, but this time it is for your own account. This time around, the benefits should flow to Main Street, and not just for Wall Street.

And here is the most shocking part – the poor man's hedge is rooted in an extremely accessible version of modern day, traditional homeownership. Or better still, other traditional forms of homeownership and select communities that you and your family and friends choose to invest in, non-traditionallyWhat I am talking about here is a fundamentally new era of wealth creation.

Read on….

I fully understand that real estate, and specifically residential home ownership real estate, was at the very core of countless American families losing their shirts in the 2009-2013 economic crisis; but this is a bit of a ruse. That is not totally true. It wasn’t homeownership itself that killed homeownership ~ it was greed and abuse of homeownership finance; rules, rights and regulations.

Keep reading….

Read the complete piece here at LinkedIn Influencers.

Let’s go.

John Hope Bryant is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Operation HOPE and Bryant Group Companies, Inc. Magazine/CEO READ bestselling business author of LOVE LEADERSHIP: The New Way to Lead in a Fear-Based World (Jossey-Bass)His newest bestselling book is How The Poor Can Save Capitalism (Berrett Koehler Publishing).

Bryant is a Member of the U.S. President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans, co-founder of the Gallup-HOPE Index,and co-chair for Project 5117, which is a plan for the rebirth of underserved America.

Bryant is the only bestselling author on economics in the world who is also of African-American descent.

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