Jerremy Newsome

Author of Amazon No.1 best seller Money Grows on Trees, and The Naked Trader. CEO of Real Life Trading, founder of non-profit organization RLT Foundation, Jerremy Newsome is never short of accomplishments and is considered one of the leading global minds on Stock Market education. He is also a philanthropist at heart. Jerremy helps people achieve financial freedom by creating revenue streams via the stock market through his Real Life Trading Brand which has now expanded to Australia and United Kingdom. It’s also worth mentioning that his podcast ‘Broke to Woke’ ranks among the top podcasts globally.

He acutely recognizes trends and patterns in the stock market and via private mentorship and helps others understand how to make the mental shift to trade the financial markets successfully. Whether it’s stocks, futures, options, or entrepreneurship, Jerremy understands how to bring financial liberation to the forefront. He is a prolific investor with early investments in companies such as Tesla, Ethereum, Apple, and Square. Jerremy also founded the RL Foundation whose mission is to enrich the lives of those who are enriching others

In addition to running multiple businesses, Jerremy is actively involved in the G-Force Mastermind Group and an Amazon Best-Selling Author, and one of the most highly sought-after public speakers.

Find out more about Jerremy here:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerremynewsome/

Website: (Real Life Trading) https://www.reallifetrading.com/

Website: (Mentorship) https://www.jerremynewsome.com/

 

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Jerremy Newsome Shares His Unique Journey of Purpose and Using Money For Good to Empower the Planet

Pamela Bardhi
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of underdog, today I have an awesome guest here with me, which I’m so pumped to introduce to all of you, Jerremy Newsome. Jerremy, how are you today?

Jerremy Newsome
I’m thrilled. I feel sensational. I am massively excited to be a part of this. I’ve been looking forward to this. I’m excited.

Pamela Bardhi
You are amazing. I’m just so honored to have you here, Jerremy. Because you are just like such an impactful person, not just as an individual, you’re just amazing. And then in your businesses, the way that you’re impacting people and transforming lives is just unreal. I don’t know what else to say. It’s just unreal. So I’m so pumped to talk about you your story, what you’re up to in the world now. And just thank you so, so much for being here.

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah, my pleasure. Thank you. I love pouring into your tribe. And I know that there are enthusiasts, energetic people that love to pour into the world. And that’s what you and I are gonna be doing together for the rest of our lives. All the business, all the things we’ll be accomplishing together. So this is a perfect opportunity experience to co-create.

Pamela Bardhi
Amen. Jeremy, thank you so much. And you know, I always start off with the most loaded question possible. So sorry to throw this at you curveballs. So the first but what inspired you on your journey to where you are today?

Jerremy Newsome
Ironically enough, it was a movie, Forrest Gump. I want those random entrepreneurs to carve out time to like watch movies with the family. I just love movies. They really speak to me, they embrace me. So I’ll spend a lot of time and money just enjoying movies. But in 1994, the blockbuster film, people still say blockbuster films, Forrest Gump came out. And I watched it with my dad and older brother. About 80% of way through the movie, Forrest Gump says that Lieutenant Dan invested in a fruit company and they no longer had to worry about money anymore. So I asked my dad, what is investing? And what is the fruit company? He told me about Apple, it’s all about the stock market. And I said we need to do that we need to do it.

Because the thing a lot of people forget. In that scene right after that scene, Forrest Gump builds hospitals, schools, churches, he’s really pouring into the community. He’s using his money to be a force for good to amplify his heart. And that just resonated with me. I was like, Man, I’m so poor. financially. I had an amazing childhood, a very eccentric childhood, but we just were financially not well off.

And I thought to be so cool not to worry about money anymore. If I begged my dad to invest in Apple. He said, Son, bring me money. I’m actually dollar for dollar and we’ll invest in Apple. And I called his bluff. I went and picked blackberries from the bush and sold them door to door in the summer of 1994. So like a Bryan Adams song, and I sold him for 1500 bucks, and I brought my dad for the box. So we bought $3,000 with the apple.

Pamela Bardhi
Wow, in 1994. So you were picking blackberries so that you could sell them so that you could buy Apple stock? How old were you at this time? Yeah, no way.

Jerremy Newsome
I had a very high close rate for being honest. Because who can turn on a six-year-old with no shirt. No shoes, jean shorts, and I was selling blackberries like 70% under market value or selling like $1 a bag. So I had a very high closing rate.

Pamela Bardhi
That’s amazing. Do you remember what my closing rate was?

Jerremy Newsome
If you talk to me and you had a poll, you probably bought some blackberries. It was like 95% I had a bunch of old ladies give me like 1020 bucks just because I was there. You know, they’re like you keep the blackberries. And they were just excited. That was like hustling. But what happened is really that money, that investment transpired into a pretty significant sum of money relatively quickly, especially at a young age. And when we sold them, it was in 2000. I made $12,000 as a 12-year-old and so my dad gave me that money and I thought I was the richest human being on the planet Earth.

And ever since then, this is all I wanted to do. All I wanted to do was trade the stock market, figure out how I can help more people try the stock market, and demystify it for your average everyday person. Doesn’t matter if they’re six or 66. So they can get involved and they can see how their standards of living, their standards of belief, of life, and of love can slowly change through the adoption of frequently investing in the markets.

Pamela Bardhi
I love that. I need to ask what you wanted to be when you grew up because yeah, I feel like I kind of knew.

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah, well, like all young kids, though. I had a bunch of different random things. Like I want to be a history teacher at one point until I asked my history teacher how much they made. And you know, he was like, dude, we don’t make any money. So don’t do it. It was a lot of random things that led up to that and I was every job you can think of. I worked at a call center, I worked as a waiter, I pressure wash roofs, I worked at dry cleaning. At one point, I was doing everything I could just to make money from a pretty young age.

Pamela Bardhi
That’s insane. What really impresses me about you is the fact that you watched Forrest Gump and you were doing the usual run Forrest run. Like you’re not like quoting like these crazy quotes. You’re, like watching what he’s doing. And it really didn’t hit me that that’s before us did until you just mentioned it. Because I was so ingrained in the societal, like paying attention to all different things that aren’t important. And here you are, as a six-year-old, embracing the fact of what Forrest is doing. Like that takes a special type of person to recognize.

Jerremy Newsome
Thank you. you should watch it again. It’s still a phenomenal film. I mean, even to this day, so great.

Pamela Bardhi
Yes, for sure. But like when they say you have to watch movies several times to really understand everything. And it would have never crossed my mind. I remember him saying that, but like, I don’t know. Just when you said it, I’m like, I gotta watch this again. Because that’s so profound. We all know why. Because like, society thinks that money is a bad thing. They say, Oh, it’s the root of all evil.

Even because I was a kid, too, and this was my thing. I was like, I want to be mega-rich one day so I can have stupid things. Because with money comes power, with power comes respect, with respect, you can do a lot. Like you transform the world with these three things. And the problem is a lot of people have utilized it for bad. But now, more and more people are starting to use it for good, which is incredible. So it’s like almost shifting the paradigm, which is super cool.

Jerremy Newsome
Bingo, that’s one of my main goals in life is to change the top 1% into the top 2%. Because I feel like that’s a scalable, rational, reasonable goal. But also, I can look back and 30 years not going to read a newspaper. And they’ll complain in 30 years at the top 2% of all the world. I think I can help make that impact. I didn’t, I wasn’t the only person. Obviously, you’re doing well with this podcast. All the real estate that you do, and all the people that you impact. All the entrepreneurs that you connect with. You’re doing as well, but I can at least be a part of it. And when that shift happens, I can go awesome.

That goal is to hit beautiful, that’s one of my goals as well is just to make that paradigm shift. So that we can start changing the numbers because this is a number that you’ll be very familiar with. You hear this all the time, your listeners have heard this all the time. 95% of people lose money in the market. Hmm, well, there’s a lot of nuances to that. Number one, that means 5% of people make it which is interesting. But other than that 95% of people losing is a better ratio than like any other profession.

So for example, I said 95% of people will become professional NFL football players. I’d be way off like that’s Wow, 95% of people will make it as an NFL player like that. 5% will know I’m close to 5% like point 00000 1% of people or professional MLB players or NHL. Or literally, any profession that makes millions of millions of dollars a year. The math of that is so ridiculously tiny. But a lot of people just always hear it. Oh, 95% of people. And I’ve heard some people, I still don’t exactly know who those 95% people are. Where does it come from? How long they’ve been involved in the market? Or what that stat actually is like. What it means because the people that I interact with that actually make it is quite a high number.

It’s probably like 75% of people who are actively involved in it. Make money over time. Again, I don’t really know what it comes from, but Yeah, you’re absolutely right. There’s so many weird thoughts and idioms and paradigms and beliefs about money that are just entirely massively incorrect. It took me 25 years to figure out the term money. Money doesn’t grow on trees. It’s not only horridly incorrect. But it’s also the literal opposite of what I did to make millions. And not only does that happen, but trees are actually money because you have most currencies paper. So it’s just the most random thing of all times like this belief is so crazy wrong, what other beliefs are wrong?

Pamela Bardhi
There’s a lot of self-limiting beliefs about money out there like that. When somebody comes out and they’re successful, and they’re just like, No fighting with each other. it’s like there’s abundance for everybody. It took me a long time because when I grew up we were on welfare when we first came to the US. So it’s like, we were on welfare for a while until we got on our feet, and then move forward.

But I think when you come from a place of nothing, you usually get that. You got more of what you say because that’s what you attract. But when you’re in that, it’s almost like what is it that Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? Are they talked about? You know, like, at that point we were in survival mode. Now, as we start to step up the ladder, we can shift up, which is super interesting. But these self-limiting beliefs in society, exactly what you said money doesn’t grow on trees, or this is not possible.

And that’s like, my big. I want to help people breakthrough that underdog challenge. Everybody has one in their life, everybody does matter. No matter what the industry, where you’re from your location, how old you are. None of that those self-limiting beliefs are always pulling, like, pull you right back.

Jerremy Newsome
What do you think your biggest one overcome was?

Pamela Bardhi
My biggest one overcome? And that’s a crazy question. But like, it was like, Am I worthy of this? You know, to a human? And like, being vulnerable about it, Am I really meant for all this? Am I meant to live a free and happy and open life? It’s almost like asking that permission, which is like crazy to think about when you really dig deep. It’s like, why do I think about these self-limiting beliefs. And you get to the core of it, and you’re kind of like, Whoa, this is so deeply entrenched in your beliefs.

Jerremy Newsome
Crazy, absolutely wild. And that’s one of those aspects where people have to sit down and do that introspection. Number one, know that those beliefs exist. Number two, figure out what they are and what you did as well. A lot of people don’t do it once you figure it out. Oh, I have this limiting belief, then you still have to change it. He’s not gonna make the tweaks either physically, mentally, spiritually emotionally. You have to do something to change that belief somewhere. I’ve met hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people that have that belief, I’m not a good runner.

Well, I used to tell myself that all the time was like, I’m not a good runner, I can’t run. But I started entering competitions and figuring out that, yeah, I’m not a good runner. But if you do it long enough, your body says, No, you’re at least not awful. Then, like biochemically, things start to change. And you can mentally shift yourself to believe. I’m actually a great writer. And once you can start changing any mental belief over a big enough period of time. Over a long enough span of years or months. Those changes can become physical, and no one believes me. I say that are very, very few people do because, like, I’m telling you guys, it works with anything.

Pamela Bardhi
Which is so amazing. What the mind can do and what it’s capable of, especially when you become consciously aware of it. Like, it’s one thing when you’re not aware. There’s becomes this whole thing when you wake up, it’s like, Whoa. So throughout your journey, Jeremy, going from making all that money in the Apple stock, like you mentioned through your jobs. How did you sort of get back into the trading world?

Jerremy Newsome
Killer question. I initially went to school, the University of Florida for a finance degree. And I was very happy that went there, I think was a great experience. But I didn’t learn anything about the stock market. Just College in general doesn’t teach you day trading or investing or options or cryptocurrencies or Forex. Like it’s just not taught anywhere in the world, realistically, at least popularly and I left college not knowing a lot about stocks.

I connected with one of my bosses at work. Went to one of his peer reviews that he had for me, he was a manager at the time. And I can see on his computer, he was looking at something that looked like the stock market and I asked him Hey, man, what is that? He said, Oh, yeah, those stocks dabble. I said, my friend gave me whatever score you want for this review. All I want to know is about stocks. Like that’s my whole life. I want to learn this, please tell me and he did. He sat down for like an hour and explains some really, really basic concepts.

And I learned them immediately, understood them, opened up my 401k because I have been contributing to my 401k time ever since I was 18. So at the time, I was 20. I had been contributing, whatever. 10% of my paycheck every single week to my 401k so I liked it. $1,000 in there, I learned how to do what’s called a self-directed 401k which sounds illegal or scary, but it’s not. And I did my own self-directed 401k, I learned how to buy silver ammo. Here’s what I did. I went to Google, typed in which silver stocks to buy. Then I press Enter.

And the first one that came up is called first majestic silver is still around the ticker symbol AG, it’s just SEO optimized. So ticker symbol ag still around to this day. I had $9,000 in my 401k, I bought 1000 shares of that company. Because it’ll trade at $9 a share, which is trading at $9 a share right now. Ironically enough, and a month later, I sold those for $12, which means I made $3,000 in a month. The problem with that math family is, that was more than I made it work at the time. That was a game-changer.

Pamela Bardhi
Wow. $3,000 just from basically flipping stocks. I flip houses, you flip stocks. That’s crazy. And so it didn’t take us super long to figure out like, Okay, this is my jam.

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah, that was it. Once that happened. All man like I started calling everyone I could tell him about stocks, like, tell them, what are you doing? Like I thought I was the greatest smartest person in the world is buying one silver. And this was in early 2010. Store doesn’t in great. But I bought a bunch of silver at the exact high, like the highest. I actually have the unofficial Guinness World Book of Records for buying silver, this highest price ever. So I ended up losing a bunch of money. But you know, when you’re 21, that’s the time to make stupid mistakes, I guess, in your early 20s. And I lost all of my dad’s retirement money.

So a little bit over $100,000 doing some really stupid stuff with silver. I lost a bunch of friends’ money, I lost about a quarter-million dollars when I was 21. Because I was an idiot and didn’t know what to do and didn’t learn the right way. And so then after losing a bunch of money, and not having that big of an income at the time I started became obsessed. And I threw myself into a study that Albert Einstein and Newton would be excited about. That was just hitting it hard, multiple, multiple, 15 16 hours a day while working full time while going to school full time, just going after like a beast.

Pamela Bardhi
So walk me through these. I appreciate you sharing this so much. Because a lot of people don’t talk about I don’t like to say failures. But I like to say lessons. Like nobody talks about stuff like this, like, how did you navigate through that? Because I know there’s entrepreneurs listening who are either experiencing it right now or have experienced that. And it’s not the best feeling?

Jerremy Newsome
Yes, yeah. It’s not the best feeling. I mean, your whole world comes down to what you really want and at the time. I had such different beliefs and understandings of the world, obviously, than I do now. And that comes in time. But to really answer your question, what I did is what most people do. They spend their time trying to learn how to get it back. Because you have two choices, you give up or you don’t, that’s simple, I tasted success. Because in order to lose a quarter-million dollars, that means I had to make that much money too. So I saw money, I was their plenty of times where I would have $100,000 days up and down. Like things would happen in a very, very fast period of time that I was not prepared for.

And I just couldn’t handle the pressure. Because I’d never done the work. So I started doing the work. I started putting in the time. That’s the thing, any entrepreneur can figure out the solution to the problem. There is and that’s kind of what led me to the money grows on trees concepts. Because money is what most people think is their problem. Most entrepreneurs, most business owners, most people go I can’t do this because I don’t have the money. Okay, well, I was 22, an okay job, and a quarter-million dollars in debt. How do you think I did it? I’m not taking $8 a day and like decreasing my expenses and making up a quarter million. Like No, dude, I’m going out and getting more money.

You know, credit card loans. 401k advances borrowing money from some really shady people with uzis in a paper bag. I was doing literally, like, the money is there is what I’m trying to tell people. Like money is not a problem. You’re asking the wrong question. The question you’re asking is not the question that doesn’t have the easiest answer of all. You need to be asking a totally different question. And that’s what I started doing. I just started asking different questions. Because I realized if you really want it if you’re a parent listening to this.

And your child isn’t a life or death situation, and you get to come up with million dollars by Thursday to save their life, guess what? Not hard, I put myself in that exact same frame of reference where either I die, or I get the money back and make my dad proud, make my family proud and make everyone proud. That’s the only two choices I have death for success. mindset. And I do what I do best, which is just our character on planet earth to figure out how to become the best at that particular craft.

Pamela Bardhi
That’s amazing. So you started getting more money? And that’s what he said that I can just picture this whole scene like happening, and you’re just like, yes, I’m gonna make this app.

Jerremy Newsome
Whenever you picture probably happened, and I would not let me go on record to say, don’t do that. That’s there is other avenues of money safer and easier than that. Don’t do that. Go get a bank loan or something. Borrow money from a friend. Those do that

Pamela Bardhi
Basic guarantee you’re raising. So with that, you just started trading and just started making that money back slowly. And in time.

Jerremy Newsome
Yep, precise, there’s just a really, really slow, methodical, I’m kind of terrified, I’m kind of worried. But I can make it back and you can make it back. It was just one of those situations where I figured it would take time. And it did, it wasn’t a fast process at all. Most people want to be fast. You know, most entrepreneurs, business owners, we want it to be extremely quick. But it is almost never as fast as we want it to be. That’s just human emotion, we want that instant gratification. We want that pleasure now.

So I just had to realize that wasn’t gonna be that quick. I had to tell everyone and say, hey, there’s gonna probably take four or five years. And my dad, like I said, he was the number one money contributor to my failure. And I had to get the money back to him. Because he also had a ticking clock that all my family was aware of because he had terminal colon cancer. So that was another thing that I had put my back insole on. I was like, well, I gotta get this done. A little bit faster than most, I didn’t have the privilege of luxury. So that’s another pressure that just made me work at it a little bit harder and a little bit faster than those probably would.

Pamela Bardhi
Right. And now all this you were balancing a full-time job while you’re doing. So what would be your best tips for an entrepreneur who’s sort of doing their business? Their true passion and their true business as a side hustle? Right now how to balance that? Or how to even start that?

Jerremy Newsome
That’s a phenomenal question, I would say the best thing to do as an entrepreneur or business owner in that particular environment, is probably raise your prices. You’re most likely charging too little. Honestly, you’re probably charging too little for whatever you’re doing is not most likely. But after you do that, that’ll help you increase your standards, your beliefs, and your worthiness about receiving money. And your openness about how much you deserve. And then number two is to go find a giant group of people that already exist that need your product, and provide them a bunch of value.

So the most random example I can think of right now, is I have a coaching client. A day trader, A business owner, and he has a serving business. And his biggest hurdle that was holding him back was time. And his biggest fear was if I remove myself from this particular position, then I’m not able to control the outcome of the business. So he was the bottleneck, which most entrepreneurs are, most business owners are their own bottleneck.

So you have to start figuring out how to replace pieces of the things that you do. So that you can do four or five amazing things and the 900 other things. You got to trust that someone else has the ability to do it, and then pay them for their time. Or workout, some type of deal, and just make that leap. Like you gotta do you gotta make the leap at some point also.

Pamela Bardhi
Amen to that because that’s the hardest thing and like, I just tell people like time management. Jeremy, What was it like bouncing? timewise you know? Prioritizing I’m sure. Any hacks that you had to like, kind of keep things flowing?

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah, I’ll go through my hacks now because we’re not healthy. AKA I cut everyone out of my life and didn’t talk to anyone and had zero socialize. So don’t do that. Don’t lock yourself in a dark room and just read books all day long. What I do now is, presently, I think it’s very important for people to know precisely what their time is worth. I mean, like, given that actual monetary figure, know how much you want to make, but how much it’s worth. So do the calculation, gross revenue last year divided by 365 divided by 24, they’ll come up with your hourly unit value. And then anything less than that, hire it out. Always, at that point, you can afford it.

So if you’re making like $16 an hour, and it takes you three hours to go from the store, from your house, to go shopping, to do all the things. Pick it up and come back, and that would cost you 30 to $48. If you could hire that out for less than 50, do. It is worth your time, then you get three hours back. That’s step number one. Almost no entrepreneur knows that number, almost none. So do that. That’s a big one. Number two, start thinking differently about time. Now, this is going to change a lot of people’s perceptions about life hopefully. But time is your most valuable asset. It does not speak English. It does not care about you. Does not know who you are, you are the only one that’s concerned and stressed out about your time. Therefore make it your friend.

Tell yourself every day that time is abundant. It has no end in sight. It is copiously long, infinitely spaced out. You are the one stressed out about your deadlocks. Time does not care about who you are. So tell yourself that there’s always enough time to everything in the world. And it doesn’t have to be done today, should be done tomorrow, next week. Next month. Tip number three schedule. A lot of people think everything has to be done next week, and they start cramming and they get burnout. By the way, hello, I’m Jeremy. I’m a workaholic. I do that all the time. And I strive not to write one of my biggest goals is to not do that.

So I try my best to schedule time with my wife and family. And I do a pretty good job of it, I can always do better. But that’s one thing that hard people do. They don’t schedule far enough in advance, they schedule like the first two, three weeks. I know I’m gonna do it in August of next year on Thursday. So like schedule really far in advance. Put it on the calendar, make it happen, go after it. The very popular Tony Robbins quote. Everyone underestimates what they can do in a year, everyone overestimates what they can do in a day. So just go slowly chip away at the elephant one bite at a time.

Pamela Bardhi
Love it. Jeremy, I love it so much. And I appreciate those hacks. I was literally writing them down for myself too. I’m like, I need some Jeremy knowledge level, write it down right now. I love it. And so you know, how was the transition of going full time back full time into your trading?

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah, wasn’t too bad. It really is exciting when you do the thing that you really want to do. Because I don’t necessarily think it matters. Truthfully, what I teach people, I do love the stock market. But my gift, I think to this world is taking complex things and making them simple. So it could be anything, you know, you could truly be anything. And it just so happens right now that my main focus is liquid assets. So stocks time, cryptocurrencies, or whatever is liquid and very quick. That’s what I help people with right now. But I think that transition, I loved it so much, I was really, really happy. And really my flow every day, I was thrilled, and my life just became better.

And when you’re happier, I’ll give everyone out there a tip. When you’re happier, you will make more money, always. And then the rare week or months that you don’t, you were still happier than you are with less money, with more than money. Because you have freedom. Everyone who’s listening to this and myself included, all we want is freedom. Freedom is my paradise. So my financial freedom, my goal was to be and have enough money to do whatever I wanted to do. With whoever I want to do it with, on whatever day of the week, I want to do it. So if it’s Thursday, I don’t want to do anything I want to go to any country in the world and stall any beach for however long, I can do that. But that was my goal. I want to create freedom.

That’s what everyone here wants is they want financial freedom. So the only way you’re gonna get it though is living the purpose or living your life. Be the person that you really, really recall to be. And it doesn’t have to be immediate. Just do it in the tiny steps where it becomes a side hustle. Scale it up, make it full time, pay off enough debts. Don’t have any debts that are bad, have a bunch of really great debts that make you more money than the debt cost you. And do it in a smart way and then surround yourself with a panel of people like yourself and my wife and people who are way, way smarter than I am.

Be around a bunch of those people. Because you want to be the dumbest person in every room that you walk into. And at least I know, I can say that I want to be around people who are truly wiser than I am. I can learn from them. And then I can help give them something, give them a piece of advice, give them some experience and some wisdom. Or at least give them courage, motivation, and then we can all live better lives.

What Is Jerremy’s AHA Moment and How He Transition From Trading To Coaching

Pamela Bardhi
Amen. Jeremy, I love that and you transition from trading then into coaching. Was there an aha moment there? How did that sort of transition for you?

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah, that aha moment was, I was connecting with so many people about trading. And the fun part is, I would say, why are you trading? Like, what are you gonna do with the money? Like, that was a question I would eventually ask. Everyone’s like, okay, so you make a million dollars. And they didn’t know, like, most people didn’t know. I just had an answer to that particular question. And I’ve come to find that most human beings don’t actually know what they would do with 100% unequivocal freedom of time and money. I’m so scared of it right now.

I was talking to someone just like two weeks ago, like, um, I don’t know what I would do. Like, what would I do if I didn’t have anything, like no work to do at all. And that scares a lot of people. Because our identity is tied to what we do, what we say, what we build, what we create. If you didn’t have any real estate to look at, like if charts just didn’t turn on like the stock market was closed for three weeks. I don’t know how to do.

So I started realizing that it was a bigger question. It was something that was much more powerful and something that was larger, related to people’s challenges. And it wasn’t just the stock market. It wasn’t just money. It was what do I do next? What do I do after that? And over 11 years of practice I just got really good at

Pamela Bardhi
That’s amazing. And you always have that purpose in mind that I want to build hospitals, I want to do a Forrest Gump. That was still in the back, which is I think so amazing. And I mean now is because when you say trading, like people have their misconceptions and stuff. You want to debunk a few of those myths, the ones that you get, like all the time?

Jerremy Newsome
Yeah. Oh, for sure. I mean, for your clientele, I think the best one would probably be that it’s risky. That’s an awesome one. The reason that people say the stock market is risky is that they don’t know anything about it. So sorry about your guys bubbles. But if you’re like stock market is risky, if you’ve ever thought that believe, you don’t know what you’re talking about. And it’s okay. It’s alright to not know, but it comes down to experience and to expertise. Because, for me, the stock market is the least risky part of all investing. Because I can predefined exactly how much I’m gonna lose on a trade. I can predefined when to get in when to get out and I can do it automatically.

In real estate, you have contractors, surveyors, appraisers, banks, loans, officers, phone calls, deeds, trust, you have commercial residential. You have licenses, you got people got a phone call, you got tenants, termites, concrete foundations, slabs, drywall plumbing. You have everything that can go wrong. Stocks either go up or down, bro. And if you’re lucky, sideways, and then anything else, you can just create parameters, and you can just math, it’s second-grade math. I’m really really good at second-grade math.

So I can come up with if I buy 1000 shares of any company on planet earth and it goes up to $1, I make $1,000. And if it goes down 70 cents, I lose 700 bams, that’s trading. That’s it. I don’t do anything else. I can do that from anywhere in the world with no phone calls. No clients, no truck, no termites, toilets or tenants. It’s like, okay, you can do that, you can scale it. So more than $1,000 or 1000 shares works with $10,000 or 10,000 shares or 100,000. I can make $100,000 as fast as I can make $1,000 there’s no difference in speed or efficiency. It’s as quick, just simple mass. Oh, and it’s amazing to me

Pamela Bardhi
That’s insane. And you mentioned you’re into cryptocurrency and a bunch of other awesomeness. Now Jeremy you know what are you up to in your business? With these all these different things that you’re working on with the stocks and crypto and all this stuff?

Jerremy Newsome
My big goal right now is to create more global brands. So we are expanding. We have real-life trading in Australia, we have a real-life trading UK that just launched a week ago. Real Life trading in India is in the works. One day Brazil, Germany, Denmark is right around the corner, Portugal, you know, different countries in Africa. We’re gonna just create different local chapters and branch branches where people can interact in their own time zone, their own market, their own language.

I’m working feverishly on getting all of my free content into the federal prison systems of America. So that any of our inmates have the ability to have a division. By learning and properly studying educators get the knowledge that’s free on their tablets and iPads in front of them. And working very hard on putting this information to the foster care portions of America. So that our foster kids can also have the ability to take this education and again, learn it. Putting into school systems, just really having this more open source, because I create the content for free. I don’t charge for it. No one has that barrier of entry. And if they want to learn it, thing, just go it’s free doesn’t cost $0.

Pamela Bardhi
Which is unreal. I just want to pause there because did you guys just hear what he just said? He is giving you his mastery, like for free, there was content. Could you give a little bit of overview of the different topics they cover and that kind of thing. We’re gonna definitely have the link in the show notes so everyone can check out. But I think you’re taking it to the next level is unreal, like you go to these underprivileged areas who don’t have these resources. I know for sure that they don’t have them. And you’re providing that as a resource, which I think is just beyond.

Jerremy Newsome
Thank you. That’s one of our big goals, obviously, it’s gonna take time. It’s not gonna happen tomorrow, you know. To my listeners out there, if there’s anyone out there who wants to help me, we have a real-life trading military program. We focus on just servicemen and women who are either current or former. So we’re trying to create branches, and really, very, very specialized groups of human beings that connect and then can be a part of this. And the content that I provide is everything from long-term investing.

So you don’t have to do this every hour of every day. You can do this one hour a year. I want them to know that part of it, or the people that get enamored by this that love it that become enthralled. I want them to know how to day trade. So we teach day trading, we teach everything from one minute to one month. And we do everything from teaching people how to rent out their stocks. Like you own a company, you own a house, you can rent out a house, you can rent out your stock. You can also buy stock insurance, just like you can buy house insurance.

And you can come up with risk parameters where you can have extremely beautiful risk parameters so that you lose a little or make a lot. We teach everyone what they need to know in all aspects. So my quote, if it has a chart, it has a heart. So we teach people literally any style of trading that they want, including forex. Forex is super sketchy because there’s a lot of reasons why. It’s the biggest market on Earth, soo that’s one reason.

No one knows anything about forex is like 15 times bigger than the US stock market. It’s literally the currency market of the globe. So it’s huge, like 400 trillion US dollars go in and out every day. So we create that market, and we’re the only company on planet earth to do it for free. So, yeah, don’t listen to anyone else on forex, just go to our website, we’ll teach you for free like Why not? So it’s easier that way.

Pamela Bardhi
Before I asked you to follow your content. I always ask this question of, what you know now based on everything that you learned today, with your older self, or your younger self,

Jerremy Newsome
To be more loving to me, to realize that it’s an internal journey, just as it is an external journey. Most entrepreneurs are purpose-driven. So they want to pour into other human beings. Well, you have to learn how to be fully filled so that you can pour out. And I didn’t do that for the longest time. I only did it from a place of a limited amount where I had an amount that I give. And then I’d be tired and have to replenish.

But now I live in a world where I’m currently always full and I’m always able to provide and to give and to receive equally. So it sounds like a lot of mumbo jumbo for a lot of people out there. But long story short, you have to learn to love your internal self as well. It cannot be only an external battle. You can’t only externally try to get money for fame or happiness. It’s all right here. So make sure you’re comfortable with that part of yourself first and then you’re unlimited.

Pamela Bardhi
I adore you. I adore what you’re doing in the world. You as a person, your businesses, your missions, everything seriously. You are remarkable. And now the world needs to know where to reach Jerremy Newsome, where can we find you my friend?

Jerremy Newsome
I do all the social media stuff. So your best thing to do is probably just google me. My first name is with two R’s. My dad’s name was Jerry so stands for Jerry and me Jerremy. Yeah, just google because I do the whole social media thing. So Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, you know all the good stuff. My email address is jeremy@reallifetrading.com and just email me. I have jeremynewsome.com. Pretty much anyway, someone wants to reach out. I do have a team that helps me connect with anyone who can exploit me. So reach out and we will find a way to connect the dots so that we can chat in person if that’s what that person seeks.

Pamela Bardhi
You are amazing Jeremy.

Tune in to the episode to hear the rest of my incredible interview with the amazing Jerremy Newsome.