I often get this question, what’s the best way to evaluate an investment?
In our Facebook group, Passive Income Docs, we talked about many potential ways to evaluate investments, one of these is cash-on-cash (CoC) return.
Now, let’s look at what we discussed in this episode:
- What is cash on cash return
- How to calculate cash on cash return
- Strengths and weaknesses of cash on cash return
- Should you only use cash on cash return
Here’s a breakdown of how this episode unfolds…
Nothing is exciting to me as getting that deposit in your bank account. That comes from having that cash flowing passive income.
Returns often correlate with risk. There’s no free lunch. When risk goes up, your return potential typically goes up. And as things are a little bit lower risk, typically your return potential goes down.
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