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Loral Langemeier, America's Millionaire Maker

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Loral Langemeier is one of today’s most visible and innovative money experts who continues to expand her horizons, even through the challenging obstacles of today’s economy. Loral is one of only a handful of women in the world today who can claim the title of “expert” when it comes to financial matters and the making of millionaires. She accelerates the conversation about money, sharing how to not just survive in this tough economic climate, but how to succeed and thrive.

Loral is A New York Times, USA Today and Amazon bestselling author and a leading entrepreneurial speaker, that has coached thousands of success stories around the world by giving them the simple tools to generate cash and build wealth.

She started her first business at 17, and by age 34, had established a multi-million-dollar portfolio.

As Founder and CEO of Live Out Loud, Loral has shared her high value strategies at seminars all over the world, teaching people her simple recipe for capitalizing on their skills and talents to make new money. She is the author of 4 national best-selling books; The Millionaire Maker, The Millionaire Maker’s Guide to Wealth Cycle Investing and The Millionaire Maker’s Guide to Creating a Cash Machine for Life and her just-released book Put More Cash In Your Pocket. In addition she has appeared frequently on CNN, CNBC, The Street TV, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel-America’s Nightly Scoreboard, The Dr. Phil Show and The View. Loral has been featured in articles and appeared in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, and on the web at ABCNews.com, Forbes.com and as a regular online contributor with the Huffington Post, The Bottom Line, Yahoo7Finance, and BusinessWeek.com.

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