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Public Speaker | Entrepreneur | Author

Fred Moskowitz is a sought after speaker, advisor, and trainer on a variety of topics relating to entrepreneurship and investing.

Fred has positioned himself as an authority on investing in alternative assets and on building wealth using Self-Directed IRA accounts. Fred combines a 20 year career devoted to entrepreneurship and investing with a mission to helping people attain a higher level of financial literacy, resulting in the perfect combination of wisdom and experience providing value to aspiring investors from all walks of life. 

He has been making an impact by sharing his unique result oriented education and actionable steps on wealth building, mindset, and success.

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Fred is a regular speaker at industry conferences and events, and he appears as a frequent guest on investment related podcasts. Check out his speaking demo reel and podcasts below!

Did you know that you are able to buy and own mortgage notes and be the one receiving the monthly payments, just like a bank does?

There has been a myth that only banks and financial institutions are the ones that are able to own notes, however nothing could be further from the truth. Lending and debt as a business has been around since biblical times. Thankfully, there has never been a better time for individual investors to diversify their investments and learn about one of the most powerful asset classes. In the world of mortgage notes, you are investing in something which is backed and protected by physical collateral. Yes, your investment is actually backed by a hard asset.

If you are ready to learn about the exciting world of investing in mortgage notes, within these pages you will learn:

Techniques to analyze and evaluate a note

Risk management best practices

How to purchase a note and properly manage it during your ownership

Ways to utilize your retirement account as a capital source to purchase notes

Evaluating note funds as a passive investor

Whether you are seeking to learn how to be actively involved in the notes business, or you are an investor who wants to invest passively and better understand this amazing asset class, The Little Green Book of Note Investing is your guide to learning how to get started.

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Fred was one of the most popular speakers at our most recent Paper Source Note Convention. Comments from audience surveys ranged from “What a wealth of information!” “He sure knows what he’s talking about,” “One of the best presentations” and more. We certainly plan to ask him back.

Bill & Alison Mencarow

Fred Moskowitz is an inspiring individual with an inspiring story. Fred provided so much value in sharing his journey and knowledge with our community.  Fred provided actionable wealth strategies to assist people on their journey and take their wealth building to the next level!

M.C. Laubscher

Fred went above and beyond to deliver a wonderful presentation. His slides were well thought out and very informational. Throughout the presentation, Fred took questions from the audience and was able to tackle them head-on, giving our attendees a great live event experience.

Grace Nelson

Fred Moskowitz was invited to be one of the speakers at our recently held leadership summit that was broadcast live worldwide. He spoke on the platform right after Sharon Lechter who is the co-author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and is one of the best-selling financial literacy authors of all time. Continuing the conversation that she ignited, he did not disappoint. Fred delivered immense value to what according to the New York Weekly was an audience of over 30,000 confirmed viewers. Fred gave unique insights, inspirational ideas, and a pleasing presence to our event. We will be lucky to have him speak on our platform again in the future.

Moe Rock, CEO of The Los Angeles Tribune

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