Some ideas can help you win the Cashflow 101 game.
Let's start with the concept of raising money. You can't do anything without it, so you need to use it as much as possible. You can do this by buying as many stocks as possible, possibly using most of your cash!
A $1 purchase card [actually two of them] should be a gold mine, because when you sell, you can get up to 40 times more money.
If you choose this card, you should borrow money from the bank [not bankrupt], just wait for you or someone else to pick up the relevant sales card. This extra money will allow you to buy a "big sale" and you will soon be able to get rid of the ' mouse race'. By then, you will get more money than you know!
Next, even if the cash flow is poor or even negative, you should buy the property anytime, anywhere. If you or someone else gets a "Market" card, you may have the opportunity to sell the property.
When buying a business or property, if the cost of their purchase is higher than the price you can afford, remember to consider the increased cash flow to determine if it is worth doing. It may be worthwhile to do very little things around the rat race to pay for the "big deal" that you borrowed from the bank.
The next point is a big problem, but I see people always ignore it.
If you have a lot of money, you can use it to do something. Don't grab it. The least thing you can do is to repay part of the debt. Keep in mind that some people are worth the price more than others. This is also true in real life.
At the moment, interest rates are low, and banks' “slow” funds actually lose value through inflation, so make it useful to you by doing something.
On the Fast Track, if you can pay, always choose a gambling option to increase your cash flow. Never miss a chance for any green square.
All in all, I think life is about seizing opportunities, as is the game of cash flow. You have to do something at every turning point in the card, not just waiting for a big deal. Happy to play!The 4 Elements Of Game (view mobile),Click here! Tt Boot Camp Games (view mobile),Click here!