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Investing Ideas

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Stocks, franchises, REITs, bonds, IRA’s, 401K’s—these are all places where people make investments with their dollars. To invest means to expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial schemes, shares, or property, or by using it to develop a commercial venture. You have to write a check, and the goal is not to break even like so many businesses do.

Money desires attention and money follows attention. You will not get wealthy by mistake. If you want an investment to go up, have control in it. Be next to it, don’t ignore it. Or have a partnership with someone who is more invested in it than you are. If you have distance and time between you and your money, you don’t have an investment you have a gamble. Unless if you’re rich, you should have drips every month that remind you what you’re making from your investment.

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