Ask Barret for info on selling Iron Bracelets. That should help you.
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honestly it depends on how much you are investing, how much risk you are willing to take and how quickly you want a sizable return on your investment
under $10000(you can do it with larger sums of money but putting it all in one pot can mean you get burned), with high risk but quick return, find a local micro loan/small business loan group that needs more capital
over $10000 but under $50000, with moderate rick and 1-5 years for a return on your investment, probably just like the above but split it up if you can, you also can try flipping properties(high risk)(houses, buildings, maybe even cars) but it would be best if you found a group of friends that can pool their money together to get started and slowly split up over 2-3 flips
between $50000 and $100000, you'd want to start looking at low risk, long term investments, you can do this many ways, the best option would depend on what you want and how you want to manage it, buying rental property is a simple option, stock market with spreading out your you stocks so you don't pool your money in one company yes you might miss out on getting the quick buck but you'll end up having a more steady growth, maybe starting your own business
over $100000, you'd probably want to hire a financial adviser, you can do that with the lower sums of money, but they cost benefit ratio sucks if you're going to seek their advise more than once
a financial adviser might be able to point you in a direction of a micro loan group/small business loan group, or short term personal loan group
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1.What is your current age? 5) Less than 45 4) 45-55 3)56-65 2)66-75 1)older than 75
2.When do you expect to start drawing income from this account? 5) not for at least 20 years 4) in 11 to 19 years 3) in 6 to 10 years 2) in 2 to 5 years 1) 2 years or less
3. For this investment I intent to take: 5) higher risk in return for potentially superior returns 4) moderate to higher risks in return for potentially greater returns 3) moderate risk in return for some potential growth opportunity 2) low risk in return for a little potential growth opportunity 1) slight to no risk in return for potential general stability of principal
4. Assuming normal market conditions, what would you expect from this investment over time? 5) To generally keep pace with the stock market 4) To slightly trail the stock market, but make good profit 3) To trail the stock market but make a moderate profit 2) To have some stability but make modest profits 1) To have a high degree of stability, but make small profits
5. Suppose the stock market performs unusually poorly over the next decade. What would you expect from this investment? 5) To also perform poorly 4) To make very little or nothing 3) To make a little gain 2) To make a modest gain 1) To make gains, regardless of the stock market's performance
6. Which of these statements would be describe your attitudes about the next three years' performance of this investment? 5) I understand a loss of principal is a realistic possibility 4) I can tolerate a loss 3) I can tolerate a small loss 2) I'd have a hard time tolerating any losses 1) I need to see at least some return
7. Which of these statements would be describe your attitudes about the next three months performance of this investment? 5) I wouldn't worry about the market fluctations in that time frame 4) If my investment declined greater than 20%, I'd be concerned 3) If my investment declined greater than 10%, I'd be concerned 2) I can only tolerate small short-term fluctuations in my investment 1) I'd have a hard time accepting any investment declines
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