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I agree, tuna fetches a princely sum in the Tokyo wet marketIt was definitely the most potent idea of Rich Dad poor dad, but it really didn't sink in until I read TMF because it was explored outside real estate in such a comprehensive way. It all boiled down to the answer to this one question... We see it on here all the time: "I have a thousand...www.thefastlaneforum.com
you've been here long enough to know to ask a better question after doing some of your own research.
take a look around and report back.
My ¥100 is still safe.I'll wager ¥100 the OP doesn't even reply to this thread
My ¥100 is still safe.
The saddest part is when OP's don't reply, it discourages the experienced members like RCP & The-J from helping & when a genuine newbie asks a question it may go unanswered.
Not good @DURABLEOILCOM you've been online several times today & not even acknowledged the time people have taken to offer advice.
Same goes for your mobile phone thread that your also started today.
Everything comes with risk - lower the risk usually equates into a lower return. It's up to you to decide on what your risk appetite is.I am trying to Safely generate supplemental monthly income without taking dangerous risk and losing it over night. Goal safely invest generate income.
Yes, I don´t deny that maybe comes with a little pinch of limited belief as a condiment but I was genuinely curious about what you guys were seeing on that range of money. I need to jump the gun on a real business not derived from my actual jobs. I managed to buy a little studio apartment in these rough times though. Seller was a construction company and they were willing to take one of our cars and a private parking space as half of the price and the other half in actual money, with a few installments using seller financing. I will tell all in detail in another thread. But I really want to set up or undertake an actual business.take a look around and report back.
there is a LOT of opportunity out there.
your response reads like a limited belief. do you think you need more or less money to buy a business?
According to what I've been reading (I'm no expert), assuming you can procure an SBA loan or something similar and your finances are in order, conservatively you could use that 50k to buy something in the neighborhood of 250 - 300k, with discretionary monthly earnings of 7 to 8k. All back of the napkin estimates.
How you made the 50k matters too.
This is not out of the realm of possibilities.According to what I've been reading (I'm no expert), assuming you can procure an SBA loan or something similar and your finances are in order, conservatively you could use that 50k to buy something in the neighborhood of 250 - 300k, with discretionary monthly income of 7 to 8k. All back of the napkin estimates.
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