Kevin O’Leary Reacts: Living On $1.6 Million A Year In Los Angeles | Millennial Money

Опубликовано: 21 май 2020
“Shark Tank” investor Kevin O’Leary takes a look at how real estate investor and RU-tv star Graham Stephan handles his money. The 30-year-old earned more than $1.6 million last year and saved about 99% of it.
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Kevin O’Leary Reacts: Living On $1.6 Million A Year In Los Angeles | Millennial Money


  • Will Kevin smash the like button on Graham’s finances? Let us know what you think below.

    • @Sunny N 😂Asana?

    • @Steven Newton NSA aka asan or aassaaan is still YOGA!

    • Stop begging for likes. It's pathetic.

    • And he never said he didnt buy quality gucci LV prada is nothing but over priced crap and no one is asking his oponiion what he likes because again hes old and bald i dont wanna look old and bald....

    • Agreed

  • You know you're cheap when you refuse to buy a collander to drain the spaghetti...

  • Realtors are thieves, grossly overpaid and none of them know anything. Buy direct from owner.

  • Why is this dude a millennial with four credit cards totaling $1550 in fees a year? If he really does make that much, he doesn't need stupid credit cards or he could pay them off in time.

  • Common sense

  • Did this guy name himself mister wonderful? If so that's the best thing I've ever heard.

  • lol this guy als a 29 yr old man a Kid

  • Can a poor person such as myself, working a part-time job, earning $10 an hour get started in investing and actually make some money? How?!

  • Kevin - Cars ARE necessary where I live. Pshaw...

  • Great video

  • I didn't understand at all in the beginning what he said how he's basically living for free using the city's tax code

  • I make about $800 a month and live with my mom at 30 in Housing… I cannot fathom earning that much money, as he does, ever. 😳 I went to college and in six years I have failed to get a relevant job to put my biology degree to use because no one will give me a chance.

  • 🥴

  • "So many ways to transport yourself these days". Say that to COVID-19.

  • if they last forever why do you have 25 of them aha

  • Holes in Kevin's head

  • Nice


  • I'm not saying you should live like a rock star, but why make all that money if you have to be that cheap...I mean frugal.

  • 😂 135,000 a month from youtube 😂, 15,000 from real estate. My office is my garage, I eat off brand soft cheese 🤣. Take investment advice from this guy?

  • Bro graham u boring asf but respect for the frugality 😂😂

  • cnbc gave him a uno reverse card

  • How do groceries only cost you $200 a month wtf

  • when ppl realise "make it" only is "make it" if 99 other ppl dont "make it". This is america, you can get rich as long as you keep others from getting rich. If everyone were to "make it" and the other 99% werent opressed, "making it" would be above the poverty line but everyone would be the same wealth. and nobody would be rich. seems nice right? but this is america wherw only the rich think its fair.

  • Lol the millionaire 29 year old guy " I buy the cheapest of everything because I don't want to scrape by" lolololol so funny and I'm here living on 50k a year thinking to myself you wut mate???

  • What a useless video for people who have a realistic income who try to save money.

  • Hi hiiiopyttrew

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="610">10:10</a> thats a great point - cars are a big cost. Subbed! (to Kevins channel ofc)

  • This is awesome! Saw Graham’s first RU-tv video a few years ago when he had under 1,000 subscribers. Cool to see Mr. Wonderful commenting on his life.

  • *except when housing goes down usually everything goes down with it.

  • Let's go on a boat ride, killer.

  • I think where I went wrong was college. Perhaps I would have found my way had i been truer to myself and given myself compassion rather than heart palpitations.

  • Another nebbish in the vein of Ben Shapiro....figures they would figure out figures. LOL

  • Some people chase money to live easily but end up forgetting how to live

  • That's my boyfriend.

  • It’s not Kevin aka mr wonderful..... it’s mr wonderful aka Kevin

  • He casually brings up becoming a billionaire as if it's an option ...need a lot more than RU-tv to get there.

  • Wow, I expected his income to be dominated by real estate (by the way he's introduced), then we see <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="436">7:16</a>

  • i only know Graham from his stock market advises. never knew he did real estate.

  • If the suit lasts a lifetime, Kevin, why do you need 25 of them? The clothing take is a poor one.

  • Sounds like Graham is getting rich from making RU-tv videos about getting rich. Genius.

  • I don't want to hear a THING this man says. Especially after what he said to the ladies from the Lip Bar. He should still feel stupid about that, along with dismissing Ring.

  • Ok being smart about your money choices is good...but then if he barely spends on anything, then where does the rest of the money go? I mean average people living on an average income go out to eat and buy a few things every once in a while...So he saves a bunch of his money and keeps getting a good amount of income...does he ever get to live? When I heard him say he indulges every now and then and goes out to eat, I was expecting some fancy restaurant. lool a McDonald's dollar menu is def NOT an indulgence. Not sure I'd want to live that kind of life. If I did have the right stream of income and some money put aside, at least I'd travel a bit or do something I am interested in...not too sure about skimping on everything especially with that kind of revenue.

  • BS Kevin

  • Kevin o'Leary who killed a woman in a drunk boating incident.

  • Eeeeey I live on his 1% lmao, but not by choice

  • Lol $60k for a house.... yeah I'd be a millionaire too if I bought a property that cheap

  • kebin o leary is a demon

  • somebody believes that he is got 80k per month from youtube? .... oh man, people are so naive...

  • Essentially he just had a parent that let him leech for a few years while he jewed it out.

  • "This guy is living proof that initial capital from your dad and wealth gathered from nepotism connections in overspeculated real estate is more valuable than a college degree"

    • maybe he should run for president

    • What capital from his dad?

  • I was close to lose it all & this system saved me *e a s y l a p t o p l i f e .c o m*

  • I love you graham!

  • I'd like to smash O'Leary's face. So punchable.

  • how the turntables

  • You don't like transportation gee was it the boat thing maybe....

  • Big fan of Graham, congrats!

  • So he's a RU-tvr with a side job as a real estate agent lok

  • So he saved 60000$ in like 2-3 years? I'm guessing it wasn't all money that he earned himself unless he was earning crazy money. _"so he's really figured out the algorithms"_ *no.* You can maybe understand some things, but it doesn't mean you can exploit it. Most of getting a following on RU-tv is blind luck. Yes having good content is important as well, but for every 100 people with good content, you're not going to have even close to 10 of them having a large number of viewers. When it comes to getting _millions_ of views, that's even more luck related. Also the only reason his house is free and car is free is because he makes so much money (has to pay so much tax) tha the tax write offs are free money..

  • nope, i like grahams approach to clothes 100 per cent. sorry, kevin - but graham knows what he is doing. he does not need 25 same suits.

  • This is awesome. Question, who manages his investment properties considering he has so many?

    • And how did he pay for the repairs on the Investment property to flip them?

  • Kevin seems quite unlikeable. The tax thing is why we have a tax crisis. If you're in favor of dodging lots of taxes, especially if you promote that publicly like Kevin and the millionaire child, you deserve the guillotine. You're not part of society, so go sell to others outside of it and don't take from it, or GTFO

  • if I move in with my dad and save all my income for 2 years, i could buy real estate too. He got in the the market at the right time and had the cash to do something about it. Everyone has someone that has done him a solid that got him where hes at. That was his father, who must have taught him to save, who said "hey kid it's tough out there. Live here and save your money so you have an opportunity." Not all of us are that lucky. Most are thrown to the wolves after graduation day. Without so much as to know how to get an apartment or bank account

  • Awesome, more info on how the rich avoid taxes and make heroes out of people simply because they flaunt their dough.

  • im sure hes making a killing during Coronavirus and LA Riots now

  • Kevin is just a G

  • 4 coffee per day, 2.50$ each = 15 600$ /years.

  • All these health guru's don't realize enjoying life is numero #1 my Gramps lived to 💯 💚 ate Mc Donalds every day of his life almost, but it was an enjoyment and he didn't go nuts.

  • Nothing worse than a super cheap penny pincher

  • City people dont need cars but country people we don't have Uber we can call lol

  • Tesla for

  • "I dont buy coffee. I make my own" You sir are a dam genius of our times. All these BROKE people cant buy groceries, but in line for starbucks.

  • thanks mr wonderful you wake me up. i was a fool spending money alot.

  • Kevin killed a guy.

  • Spreading the message “you don’t have to work 12 hrs a day” is a great way to limit your competition

  • i like kevin's reactions, not the original video


  • Hey Kevin, how is the lawsuit in Muskoka going??? ttyl sailor :)

  • Did he say a car isn’t necessary? This dude doesn’t live in the real world

  • Ahhh Mr. Wonderful, the Simon Cowell of the financial world! I admire this man so much!