Most profitable businesses

What are the most profitable businesses?

Many companies may come to mind when you think of the “most profitable businesses” because many businesses make tons of profits. From big tech corporations to the good giants and big pharma—many companies pocket billions of dollars every year.

But no industry tops big banks. Banks make many people very wealthy by taking your money and lending it to someone else—while giving you a fraction of a percent in return.

But you don’t have to give your money to sneaky banks that make their managers rich while inflation gobbles up your wealth. In this episode, you’ll find out how to “be your own bank” and get better returns without giving your money to shady corporations.

Want to have more control over your wealth? Listen now!

Show highlights include: 

  • Why inflation hits lower-income people worse ([11:45])
  • The odd reason finance and insurance companies made more money during the pandemic than any other type of company. ([13:20])
  • How to get financial returns like a banker (even if you don’t start a bank) ([17:48])
  • How to find out exactly how to fire your bank and grow your wealth. ([21:50])

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