Living On $6.1 Million A Year In Las Vegas | Millennial Money

When we last visited @Graham Stephan, he was making $1.6 million a year in Los Angeles, CA. He’s since moved to Las Vegas and gone all in on YouTube.

Watch the premiere with us live on Thursday, September 9 at 10AM ET to see what else has changed in Graham’s life.

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Living On $6.1 Million A Year In Las Vegas | Millennial Money



  1. Good for Graham on not paying for everything for Macy and splitting costs. Now, if they get married, that's a different conversation. But it's nice to see she isn't getting a completely free ride with no serious commitment.

  2. Those millions won't buy you the ability to be taller than your girlfriend, and that sucksssss. Also go back to California, we don't want you in Las Vegas. You're going to ruin all the things that you moved to Las Vegas to get away from California for.

  3. Successful people don't become that way overnight. What most people see at a glance wealth, a great career, purpose is the result of hard work and hustle over time. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life

  4. Graham seems like a good guy.I'm 54, I've been planning to move to Vegas prior to coming across his channel because i'm PROLIFIC at Sports Betting and now my Investing Game is catching up thanks to people like Graham, Jaspreet, The Money Guys, Our Rich Journey and others. .
    I didn't find out how a Roth IRA works until I came across his channel, now I have that and 5 other Brokerage Accounts and my Retirement Accounts have weeks in which they grow $3,000 — $5,000.
    Millennials.. PLEASE stop complaining, you've got infinitely more tools at your disposal than we ever had in the 80s and 90s. Our only interest is teleporting you back to the 80s for a dose of reality. 🤣🤣🤣

  5. Curious why he would buy his house with only 15% down and pay the PMI when his annual income is triple the worth of his home…obviously he is doing something right lol

  6. Wait, my bf is making 6 million a year and makes me split cleaning services on his own home…..what???? You’re doing amazing making money, stop being so frugal especially with loved ones

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