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1. There is no system, except real estate and innovative patented or exclusive-niche product launches, that has a practical return within a 30 year period unless you will be investing 300k or better. This includes preferred stock dividends and savings interest, the two most lucrative systems outside of real estate
2.Real estate, as a flipper or landlord, is the only system you can see profit and return on the first quarter or even the first month. No types of stocks, bonds, or savings can do this unless you invest heavy(300k+) which is any idiot risk to anyone with a net less than 1 million.
Doing only sales on real estate takes research and can still lose money very easy, renting out is almost effortless..
3. The stock markets have extreme levels of entropy. Buyer trends, politics, media, patents control it. It's not complex, and using historical trends and simulations is idiotic and usually loses people money..
4. Don't trust cheap&easy brokers. I won't name them here but you'll see their commercials a lot. They buy scrap stock and as you will see if you use them, try to manage you by rushing deposits and buys so they can keep buying a dumping worthless stock. You CAN make money with them but only with preferred dividends(where 300k+ investment) or retirement plans..
P.S. This article is just like every other article on the net. You'll learn nothing from it. Use what I told you when you have a little money, get some books and look what people say to see what it right for you.
What you are proposing thru your "fast slick rich" website is probably the worst thing that could be recommended to anyone looking for growth of their money. Why doesn't the website you recommend mention that the first 2-5 years of their invested money actually goes to the cash value insurance agent that is selling that product to the client? If you have to borrow money from someone then really that money isn't yours. The wealthy have no need for life insurance since they have enough cash to be self-insured. Invest in the market and cut out the middle man (aka cash value life insurance agent). Ask Suze Orman and/or Dave Ramsey what they think about cash value life insurance!
What does it say about a nation whose largest employer over the past decade is the likes of Walmart? I remember back in the day (before we went into the bush's) GM, and Ford were the main masters of the American worker. #1 and 2 in employment, good paying jobs..... All I know is we are left with one guy that says save Detroit and the auto industry, the other guy says let it go bankrupt and let you go to work for Walmart. Which one will you pick? Make note history is ALWAYS recording.
I remember making my 1st thousand, actually, it was a little over 3 thousand dollars. I was 11 yr old and running my own trap line. Fur prices had gone up that yr due to higher buying in Europe some place. My take that yr was 331 muskrats, 47 coons, 4 accidently caught mink. I took them down to the buyer that came through our area and got 3278.00 What a great season that was for a 11 yr kid. Have not looked back since. God Bless America.
Most of what I read on here is hating on the rich...Lol...If my boss ever became poor I wouldnt have a job...Think about it!..You got a equal chance to become rich all you gotta do work for it..yes I mean work for it...this nation has become way to lazy...Lazy people deserve to complain and be where they will be forever!
As long as immigrants continue to come and people continue to have sex, satisfying the needs of the people who are overpopulating our USA and other countries, is a sure sale, either someone besides billionaires will furnish the masses with needed products or someone who doesn't have enough money will fill the void left by the, already satisfied rich who don't want to work anymore, because they are set for life. Find a product which some of the rich got rich from, such as paper towels and other similar products with a short life or different product with a perishable life. Use your imagination and join the competition, If the Billionaires hate you enough, they will buy you out to keep you from making them look bad. Start from scratch in your home or garage, keep the cost down until you feel you have a real thing, then go balls to the walls with borrowed money, maybe even go public with public stocks. ONE NEVER KNOWS, DOES ONE?
"If you want to do wedding photography, buy $1,000 worth of gear."
1000bucks will not buy you a decent wedding capable camera let alone a single lens, stupid articles like this have people with iPhones believing they can be wedding toggers!
From the article: "Don't get distracted by the bells and whistles offered by dozens of specialized ETFs. With just $1,000, you should stick to low-cost ETFs with rock-bottom expense ratios. This ensures you don't erode your nest egg with costly fees paid to a manager with fancy cars and expensive suits."
While it always makes good sense to pay attention to fees, saving "$100 per year" and other sage advice like this is why people are broke. It is not because of evil investment managers "with fancy cars and expensive suits". Don't use your "advice" article to wage an attack on Wall Street and promote class warfare. Do you even see the disconnect between advising someone how to get started with investing and attacking investment managers in the same breath? Disgusting. Straight from the Obama playbook, but what else should I expect from a liberal hack journalist?
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