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  • 4 self-made millionaires share their No. 1 strategy for building wealth
    Business
    CNBC9 hours ago

    4 self-made millionaires share their No. 1 strategy for building wealth

    "While world-class thinkers understand the importance of saving and investing , they direct their mental energy toward accumulating wealth through serving people and solving problems," writes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold in "How Rich People Think," which he wrote after studying millionaires for over 25 years. Here are four strategies to build wealth from self-made millionaires who have done it. "You won't get rich without multiple flows of income," says self-made millionaire Grant Cardone , who was deep in debt before reaching seven figures .

  • Google billionaire Eric Schmidt shares his top 3 tricks for building wealth
    Finance
    CNBC7 hours ago

    Google billionaire Eric Schmidt shares his top 3 tricks for building wealth

    Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet, is worth an estimated $11 billion. While a significant amount his wealth comes from stock he received as Google's CEO, the billionaire credits a few personal finance strategies with helping build his net worth. This isn't the only piece of advice Schmidt has for professionals.

  • Business
    MarketWatch3 hours ago

    Whole Foods traffic has fallen by 14 million customers and Kroger could benefit most, says Barclays

    Whole Foods Market Inc. WFM, -1.38% has experienced a 3% traffic decline over the last year and a half, or about 14 million customers, according to a Barclays note published Monday. Traffic has declined six consecutive quarters, according to their analysis. Barclays estimates that the loss is in the range of 9 million to 14 million transactions annually, with an average basket size in the range of $30 to $50. Kroger Co. KR, -0.58% with $16 billion in natural and organic sales, has the "most meaningful overlap" with Whole Foods and stands to gain the most, the note said. Barclays calls the loss "staggering" because "as most retailers know, once traffic has been lost, those patterns rarely reverse."