Portfolio Income

Active income is the easiest to understand. It is money earned by doing a job or performing a service. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) calls it wages, salaries, and tips. We use our expert Knowledge in the Stock Markets to help our Clients make the right decisions suited to their income. Portfolio income includes dividends, interest, and capital gains. Portfolio income generally gets favorable tax treatment compared to active or passive income. Portfolio income is not subject to Social Security or Medicaid withholding. Click here to Start

Commercial Property Acquisitions

A commercial real estate transaction is a process that entails transferring the rights of a commercial property (office, retail, industrial, multifamily, hotel, self-storage, etc.) between two parties through a complex set of requirements. Commercial Real Estate represents a major investment asset class, and thus buying, owning, managing, and selling CRE are all functions that are leveraged to generate a return on investment. Click here to Start

Tangible Asset Acquisitions

A tangible asset is an asset that has a finite monetary value and usually a physical form. Tangible assets can typically always be transacted for some monetary value though the liquidity of different markets will vary. We acquire tangible assets through foreclosures, auctions, short sells and resell the asset for a profit then share the profits with our clients. Click here to Start .

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Diversify your Business and Portfolio Income.

When you own stocks, you own shares in a business. That is obviously different than owning your own business. You should think of your ownership of stocks as what they are; partial ownership of actual businesses. Do not think of yourself as a share holder (which suggests your ownership may be brief and transitory) but rather as a share owner, a part owner of the business.

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  • Asset allocation

    Asset allocation involves dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories, such as stocks, bonds, and cash. The process of determining which mix of assets to hold in your portfolio is a very personal one. The asset allocation that works best for you at any given point in your life will depend largely on your time horizon and your ability to tolerate risk.

  • Return on Investment (ROI)

    Return on Investment (ROI) is a performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment or compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. ROI tries to directly measure the amount of return on a particular investment, relative to the investment’s cost. To calculate ROI, the benefit (or return) of an investment is divided by the cost of the investment. The result is expressed as a percentage or a ratio..

  • Diversification

    One of the most important ways to lessen the risks of investing is to diversify your investments. It's common sense: don't put all your eggs in one basket. If you buy a mix of different types of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, your overall holdings will not be wiped out if one investment fails. If you had just one investment and it went down in value, then you would lose money. But if you had ten different investments and one went down in value, you could still come out ahead.

  • Invest your Way

    You don't have to be a rocket scientist to understand the fundamentals of Investing. The objective is: Place your money in secured Investment accounts that are not meant by design to take your Money. Know the People handling your money. Don't trust any fool that states they can help you grow your money. A lot of those people are in it to steal your money. Don't put all your money in one basket. We diversify our money into different investments, so if one investment goes south, the other investments will carry the loss. Believe in yourself and always trust in what you are doing for your future.

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Let's Get Started

The single biggest problem when it comes to investing is remaining in control of your emotions and making logical, not emotional, decisions. This is trading psychology. If you can master this, you can most likely become a profitable trader.
 
Let's keep it simple. Open your account and start investing today.

Investment Plans

Choose The Plan That Fit Your Portfolio goals.
Invest for 6 months, then allow your monthly returns to compound and grow your original investment.

Plan 1

$40

Per Month Paid Weekly

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Fully Secured investment account
  • Support 24/7 with Live Representative
  • 5 Monthly Withdrawals Per Investment Account
  • Return On Investment of $7,000 Cash Return in 6 Months
  • Plan 2
    $150

    Per Month Paid Weekly

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    Fully Secured investment account
  • Support 24/7 with Live Representative
  • 10 Monthly Withdrawals Per Investment Account.
  • Return On Investment of $18,700 Cash Return in 6 Months
  • Plan 3
    $350

    Per Month Paid Weekly

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    Fully Secured investment account
  • Support 24/7 with Live Representative
  • Unlimited Withdrawals Per Investment Account.
  • Return On Investment of $35,000 Cash Return in 6 Months