Who In Their Right Mind Would Replace Greater Philadelphia Financial Media Guru Fred Sherman With A Former Homeless Man?

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Legendary financial media guru Fred Sherman has been a fixture on local Delaware Valley radio for the past 15 years, providing financial and stock market insights to thousands of Philadelphians. This Sunday morning, however, the venerable Sherman took the microphone at WPEN 950 AM for the very last time, bringing an era in Philadelphia radio and WPEN history to a close. In his place...A homeless man from Philadelphia?

Most people don't even have a need to become a millionaire!

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) September 6, 2007

Legendary financial media guru Fred Sherman has been a fixture on local Delaware Valley radio for the past 15 years, providing financial and stock market insights to thousands of Philadelphians. This Sunday morning, however, the venerable Sherman took the microphone at WPEN 950 AM for the very last time, bringing an era in Philadelphia radio and WPEN history to a close. Sherman can still be heard on KYW News Radio 1060 every day and be seen on local TV on NBC 10, Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

Stepping in to fill Fred Sherman's massive shoes is Jim Canale, America's Real Estate Cashflow Expert and author of the new book "Live The Real Estate Lifestyle: Seven Steps You Can Take Today To Leave the 'Rat Race' and Start Living The Lifestyle You've Always Wanted!" (AuthorHouse publication date 10/15/2007)

Canale is a successful local Real Estate Investor, an Entrepreneur, an Educator, a long running Radio Talk Show Host on WWDB 860 AM, and an Author, but that wasn't always the case. Canale started his journey toward financial liberation in the worst possible circumstances. He was living under the Frankford El, the elevated train station at Bridge and Pratt Streets in Philadelphia, as a homeless beggar. Eventually, he made his own way to success and financial freedom by seeking out the top coaches to teach him Real Estate and business skills. Today, Canale provides that same coaching to the general public through his radio programs and free live trainings.

his first property -- less than a decade ago, Canale now owns millions of dollars worth of Real Estate all over Philadelphia, properties which throw off a large amount of monthly income that he doesn't have to work for.

Canale's a big believer that anyone can use Real Estate, regardless of market conditions, to produce passive income to secure their retirement and meet their cashflow needs of today. "The problem is", Canale says, "when most people consider real estate investing, they think back to those old, late-night infomercials with the gurus in their Hawaiian shirts making empty promises about how people would become millionaires in a only few short months." In Canale's opinion, the idea of "get rich quick" is ridiculous. "Most people don't even have a need to become a millionaire!", Canale says. "Just a small handful of rental properties, each with just $300 to $400 per month in positive cashflow, could solve almost anybody's financial problems!"

Canale sensibly asks, "At $300 profit per month, how many simple, little Real Estate deals would you need to never have to make another mortgage payment on your house? What if you never had to pay for your own groceries again? Or your cable bill, or your electric bill? This is what I mean by Living the Real Estate Lifestyle. That type of freedom and independence is life-changing! I let my Real Estate pay for all the stuff I want and need. My radio program teaches you how to do it, too."

Following in his mentors' and coaches' footsteps, Jim Canale is a major proponent of Financial Literacy and Education for adults as well as young people. Past show guests include Robert Kiyosaki, author of the New York Times bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and T. Harv Eker author of the New York Times bestseller Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. Canale has taught thousands of people all over the Delaware Valley how to achieve the same success he has found in Real Estate through his free public workshops, and his radio programs. Canale can be heard each week on WPEN 950 AM every Saturday and Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. and on WWDB 860 AM every Monday at 10 a.m. and Thursdays at 3:00 p.m.

For a complete radio broadcast schedule click here. For more information or to schedule an interview with Mr. Canale, please contact Danyhel McClea at 215-971-5170.

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