Dave Ramsey likens becoming wealthy to making great barbecue. “You have to cook it for a long time,” he says. “There’s no such thing as quick, good microwave barbecue.” Ramsey should know. By age 26 he had a $4 million real estate portfolio, but lost it all by age 30. So he decided to change his financial strategies, after going on a “quest to find out what older rich people are doing to win — what financial principles they have.”
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