I'm going to save you from $30,000 to $100,000 on this one.
The Internet is full of free learning tools - from online videos, to wikibooks, to PDF documents.
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I cannot say I have fully vetted these, but from the research I have done, these should be legit.
The big brokerage houses steer you to the "most common" investment direction. That is, do what everyone else is doing - a kind of collectivism. What you need to know is that they are forced to do this by law. It's called the Prudent Man Rule. Just another regulation to keep folks in wage slavery!
In a nutshell, STATISTICS. 60% of new businesses fail within their first five years.
My system applies the same diversification techniques used by stock investors to employment. Why specialize and bet the farm on one career? Instead you should have multiple income streams!
With my system, you are using assets, avoiding liabilities. You perform tasks that you were doing for free but now get paid for (searching, clicking links, watching videos). You are not spending tens of thousands on a college education that will be useless, obsolete, or outsourced. You combine practical entrepreneurship, with a frugal lifestyle, with a proven investment strategy!
My favorite income stream is selling covered calls. Did you know that over 75% of options expire worthless? That means I keep my option premium and can repeat the process all over again.
Unlike network marketing systems, you will earn income even if no one joins underneath you. And unlike the touts and come-ons all over the Internet, I document all my income streams.
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