Unique Investment Opportunity | Hog Farm

Unique Investment Opportunity, hog farm, pigs
There really are investment opportunities everywhere, all you have to do is open your ears and your mind!  Recognizing opportunities reminds me of when I would go  to Yellowstone National Park and seemed to miss all the wildlife.  It wasn’t until my eye was trained to recognize the animals, then they seemed to be all over the place.  This correlates with investments as well.  Take for instance...
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Home Remodeling | 5 Projects Sure To Generate A Good ROI

Generate A Good ROI, home remodeling
Do it yourself home remodeling has become a popular alternative for many owners who have felt a little sting from our nation’s economic slowdown. Rather than thinking about moving into a bigger house, many homeowners are dispensing less of their income to simply remodel what they currently have. Some of those projects are true winners—automatically increasing the value of the home if the owner...
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Bond Laddering for Rising Rate Environments

Bond Laddering, investment, bond investment
If you have not been too excited by your bond investment returns in recent years, or in your returns on any of your investments, you might want to consider giving your income a boost through bond laddering. Bond laddering not only can boost return, it can also minimize risk—very wise in this age of market inconsistency. When you practice bond laddering, you are simply buying a group of bonds with...
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Franchise Investing | Consider These Pros and Cons Before You Invest

Franchise Investing
Anyone who saw the movie “The Blind Side” got a look at the dream world of investing in and owning a franchise. If you didn’t see the movie, it’s the story of a white family in the South rescuing a gifted African-American football player from the ghetto by taking him into their home and enrolling him in a private school. This family was able to do that because the father owned several fast-food...
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Your Home | An Investment Or A Liability?

Home, home investment, home liability, real estate investment
Americans have been duped into thinking that their home is their #1 investment. Nowhere in recent history was this misconception more clear than during the recent financial crisis.  Just prior to the Housing Crisis people were speculating in real estate, they were buying property for the sole purpose of selling it for more than they bought it for.  This is not investing, it’s speculating,...
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