Niche Ideas: 4 Years from now

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Hard to believe that in less than four years from now it will be 2020.

This should give us some ideas to think about. Trending niches can be lucrative. The trick is to come up with a monetization strategy and then get there first.

What do you think? What niches might get popular in 2020? Well, it will be 100 years since the 1920s which brings up Roaring Twenties, art deco, shorter dresses, swing dancing, and Jazz music.

Amazon products back in vogue?
Phonographs
20s style clothing
Art Deco memorabilia
Jazz music

What about fan pages in these niches?

Ebooks and short stories?

Prohibition / Mafia / Gangsters
#2020 #art deco #ideas #jazz #niche #swing #trend spotting #years
  • Profile picture of the author webmarke
    I don't know if this will be popular in 2020, but you can start to monetize this new technology right now.

    4-D TV.

    This is the latest technology jump from 3-D and Regular HD.

    The prices are pretty high right now, but as the price will eventually come down so that everyone will be able to afford a 4D TV.

    It may be worth some time and effort to get established in the niche before the masses learn about it.

    PS. Another way to learn what new technology is coming down is by going to electronic shows where they show you whats coming in the future.
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    • Profile picture of the author [RyanMilligan]
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      Originally Posted by webmarke View Post

      I don't know if this will be popular in 2020, but you can start to monetize this new technology right now.

      4-D TV.

      This is the latest technology jump from 3-D and Regular HD.

      The prices are pretty high right now, but as the price will eventually come down so that everyone will be able to afford a 4D TV.

      It may be worth some time and effort to get established in the niche before the masses learn about it.

      PS. Another way to learn what new technology is coming down is by going to electronic shows where they show you whats coming in the future.

      Technology for sure (it's already a niche now, just because it advances it doesn't mean it's going to magically make it any different from the way the market is now)

      Health, wealth and being your best self.

      They always will be markets where there is a huge amount of money being spent in.
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Noone knows, but I would advise you to continue working on already created sites, at least they're popular now (I hope)
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  • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
    still

    is Health, fitness and of course $$$ niche.

    hee...I feel we live in this world no matter how long we able to live , survive , how the world change...these two things will never change. UNLESS END OF THE WORLD
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  • Profile picture of the author katrim
    Virtual Reality is going to take off in my opinion. That would make all sorts of courses teachable in a new matter.
    Not to mention games, movies, perhaps even dating. Will be interesting to see.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
      You're right VR will be a big niche! And probably for a long time.


      Originally Posted by katrim View Post

      Virtual Reality is going to take off in my opinion. That would make all sorts of courses teachable in a new matter.
      Not to mention games, movies, perhaps even dating. Will be interesting to see.
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    • Profile picture of the author princetotem
      Originally Posted by katrim View Post

      Virtual Reality is going to take off in my opinion. That would make all sorts of courses teachable in a new matter.
      Not to mention games, movies, perhaps even dating. Will be interesting to see.
      No doubt.
      I find the idea of VR in the Education and Training field very interesting. Simulators already exist to help surgeons, offshore engineers and more. With VR, it takes things one step further. Not to mention, imagine being able to train 50+ people in a room because all they need is a seat and their headset, rather 1-3 people at a time in a simulator.
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  • Profile picture of the author CityCowboy
    This is one of the reasons why you should always work on evergreen niches, sure, people will always be amazed of technology, however our basic needs will remain the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amanda Russell
    I also agree that VR will be big, along with the technology surrounding it. Evergreen things will always be popular, as people will always want to loose weight, lose acne, find themselves and have dogs that that don't eat their furniture!
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  • Profile picture of the author rockydx
    In 2020, social media will be powerful and if you able to capture some ground over there then you will be making tons of money.
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    • Profile picture of the author not mark
      Originally Posted by rockydx View Post

      In 2020, social media will be powerful and if you able to capture some ground over there then you will be making tons of money.
      Totally agree, I see that a lot of digital media will outperform their physical counterparts.

      Just take a look at netflix, they're about to stream movie premieres, we're in for a treat, digitalizing stuff seems like the way things are coming.

      Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author kilgore
    Your question presupposes what I consider an incorrect definition of a niche. A niche isn't a type of product or a topic. It's what you do; how you fit into the business landscape; the value you create.

    Take the 4-D TV example listed above. 4-D TVs may or may not be a big deal in four years, but let's suppose that they are. Even so that's not the end of the story when it comes to what niches will be popular in 4 years -- because 4-D TVs aren't a niche. Instead there are dozens if not hundreds of niches related to 4-D TVs.

    For instance, there is a niche to be filled by electronics manufacturers who actually build the TVs. There is a niche for the large PR and advertising firms who will work on behalf on the electronics manufacturers to market the TVs. There's a niche for the retailers who will sell the TVs to consumers. There will be a niche for bloggers and other media outlets who will write about the TVs as they come out. There's a niche for the script writers, actors, animators, directors, producers and all the rest of the content creators who will be creating all the programming that will be played on those TVs. And on and on and on.

    The reason I bring this up is that it's pretty clear that even though technology may change, for the most part the niches will remain the same. There are electronics manufacturers now, there will be electronic manufacturers in the future. There are PR firms, retailers, bloggers, script writers, actors, animators, directors and producers now and there will still be all of those whether or not 4-D TVs become ubiquitous.

    Sure there will be some differences. When "talkie" movies supplanted silent films, there were new opportunities for sound engineers and actors like Reginald Denny (who had a thick German accent despite playing "All-American" cowboys) had trouble making the transition. But many actors did transition; the same studios made the movies; and people for the most part went to the same (though upgraded) movie palaces they went to in the silent era.

    To me the lesson is this: rather than worrying about predicting the future, the best way to ensure you'll be in a successful niche in four years or fourteen years is to be in a successful niche now. After all, how much different will it be blogging about or retailing 4-D TVs than it is blogging about or retailing the current generation of 2-D TVs? Probably not much. And while all businesses need to adapt and improve in order to grow (or just survive), it's more likely a new competitor who's going to put you out of business rather than some new type of product.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by Jeff Burritt View Post

    What do you think? What niches might get popular in 2020?
    Porn tube sites. Awwwe man, all the hottest female stars... giving out their goodies for free in exchange for buying from their Jenna Jameson affiliate link HAHAHA.
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    • Profile picture of the author katrim
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      Porn tube sites. Awwwe man, all the hottest female stars... giving out their goodies for free in exchange for buying from their Jenna Jameson affiliate link HAHAHA.
      Add some VR into the mix and we might all just stop dating or getting out from the house
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      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      Porn tube sites. Awwwe man, all the hottest female stars... giving out their goodies for free in exchange for buying from their Jenna Jameson affiliate link HAHAHA.
      Yikes....hope not
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    • Profile picture of the author superowid
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      Porn tube sites. Awwwe man, all the hottest female stars... giving out their goodies for free in exchange for buying from their Jenna Jameson affiliate link HAHAHA.
      It's true.

      SEX is always number 1 on the list.
      Then HEALTH related. Then MONEY related.
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    • Profile picture of the author BillBateman
      you know I hope you're wrong but you may be right. Porn sells - no doubt about it. But you can get laid without selling it and you and sell more in a lot of other niches that will make you money and people with money get laid....

      Jesus hung with the sinners more than the saints but He probably would not have been an affiliate for a porn site - not judging - just "sayin"
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  • Profile picture of the author gamestoenjoy
    Online conversions will always be a great niche
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    I'd concentrate on products and services for the elderly. Baby Boomer generation will be around for a long time. Save the products you promote and the strategies you employ for the millennial's time around. They're another sizable segment of the population.
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  • Profile picture of the author Profit Traveler
    Well I could have told Google that driver less cars and Google Glass would not take off. Yea right.

    Security will always be a factor. Maybe drone protection.

    Too much reliance on satellite networks I think.

    Contrary to what a fraction of Americans believe including one actually running for president Global Warming is going to have huge implications.

    Pollution as well. I remember some guy who had nose filters on Shark Tank will probably do very well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
    If a new president cancels affordable health care act, there could be a lot of disruption in the health insurance sector. Perhaps providing leads to a insurance provider could work.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
      Facebook and Google will make sure this happens: 5 Billion by 2020! Amazing. The opportunity to sell globally is just getting bigger!


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      Originally Posted by KinneyJ2014 View Post


      Back up the graph with a source or else it's meaningless and you could have made it yourself. Even then its pure speculation.
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        Originally Posted by [RyanMilligan] View Post


        Back up the graph with a source or else it's meaningless and you could have made it yourself. Even then its pure speculation.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkAse
    We know a few things about demographic trends: People in the industrial world are both getting older, yes even in China, as well as getting more diverse.

    We also know a few things seem like obvious areas for growth: transportation, what if the HyperLoop works? What's the next health care disruption? How does it effect culture as more people work from home? What if more people work as freelancers than ever before?

    I have some ideas here-but in a future oriented discussion your own opinion is going to be more important anyway
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  • Profile picture of the author BillBateman
    I'll bet, with the "rise of the machines" there will be a lot about robots and artificial intelligence software and products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    You don't need to identify "what will be new" - you need the ability to adapt to changes as they occur. That is what keeps YOUR business relevant. It's something that has sunk marketers here in the past.

    If you become overly attached to your own idea/niche/product and unwilling to change it or abandon it for a new product or a new promotional method - you can easily become yesterday's news.

    The niches that are relevant in four years will be a result of events far outside our control. Wars, stock market, natural catastrophes - and many much smaller societal influences are beyond our prediction or control. However, almost every event has associated opportunities for those able to adapt.
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    • Profile picture of the author princetotem
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      You don't need to identify "what will be new" - you need the ability to adapt to changes as they occur. That is what keeps YOUR business relevant. It's something that has sunk marketers here in the past.

      If you become overly attached to your own idea/niche/product and unwilling to change it or abandon it for a new product or a new promotional method - you can easily become yesterday's news.

      The niches that are relevant in four years will be a result of events far outside our control. Wars, stock market, natural catastrophes - and many much smaller societal influences are beyond our prediction or control. However, almost every event has associated opportunities for those able to adapt.
      This is the most important post on this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author BusinessAce
    A different way to consider, and while it doesn't answer the OP's question, it might be equally worthwhile:

    What do you wish you'd done 4 years ago? For me, it would be more focus on list building, and consistent efforts applied to a few authority sites and social media efforts.

    Four years goes by before you know it; don't look back four years from now and say "wow, I wished I'd done/stuck with/started/etc. four years ago".
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  • Profile picture of the author ggross
    Health & Weight Loss will always be popular. If 65% of the country are over weight now, what will it be like in 2020? Same thing with the Relationships & Men's Niches.
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    • Profile picture of the author Profit Traveler
      Originally Posted by ggross View Post

      Health & Weight Loss will always be popular. If 65% of the country are over weight now, what will it be like in 2020? Same thing with the Relationships & Men's Niches.
      Very true. Big Pharma loves it. People too easily pick pills over exercise and eating right.
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    I think some niches such as: health, cancer, technology, mobile, AI robot will be the hot trend until 2020. Just focus on them and maybe you will get a high profit
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  • Profile picture of the author maxsi
    good stuff! :-)
    In my opinion trading forex, health, fitness and money making niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Schuman
    I guess for my generation nothing will change much. The 3 P's....

    Prune juice, prostrate and poverty will still be a problem for many. Actually making money online will be a great niche because old people are becoming more Internet savvy and computer literate.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
      3 Ps. Funny...but true



      Originally Posted by Jeff Schuman View Post

      I guess for my generation nothing will change much. The 3 P's....

      Prune juice, prostrate and poverty will still be a problem for many. Actually making money online will be a great niche because old people are becoming more Internet savvy and computer literate.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Yes, the make money online niche will be more saturated but those who take the right actions now, will become the wealthiest of affiliate marketers for years to come.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
    Originally Posted by Jeff Burritt View Post

    .What about fan pages in these niches?

    Ebooks and short stories?
    Hard to say when it comes to niches like those.

    Who knows...

    Maybe in 4 years someone will come in and dominate Amazon / Facebook / any other big platform.
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    May not be a bad idea to hang of on the Kickstarter website or get on their mailing list. For instance, here's something coming to market next month: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ol-redefined.I know kickstarter doesn't officially label fledgling companies as trend-setters, but there's a lot of ideas there and you might be able to pick up on new directions and opportunities.
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  • Profile picture of the author cstrickbusiness
    This thread is pretty entertaining, what do you think some of these 2020 marketing tactics will be?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    3D printing/printers/materials


    2020 US presidential campaigns


    2020 Olympics


    Probably a couple of hurricanes, which have already been named.
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    1. Curing addiction to social media

    2. Combating distractions to productivity
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Billy The Kid View Post

      1. Curing addiction to social media
      In the next few years, I'm seriously seeing this as a major problem( actually it is already).

      Particularly as the younger generation starts hitting the real World and they have to start making money and living on their own.
      Ain't no boss going to be peachy with them checking their FB account on the job every 10 minutes to see who "Liked" them


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      • Profile picture of the author mistermint
        Originally Posted by discrat View Post

        In the next few years, I'm seriously seeing this as a major problem( actually it is already).

        Particularly as the younger generation starts hitting the real World and they have to start making money and living on their own.
        Ain't no boss going to be peachy with them checking their FB account on the job every 10 minutes to see who "Liked" them


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        I love this haha..kids will be in full time education until retirement..no freaking jobs anyway.. failing that Trump will start WW 3..so apple can sell everyone a new i phone..
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  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
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    Less seriously, I'd consider my niche and whether it relies on search traffic from Google. If so, is the niche something Google will make it harder it rank, or even impossible to rank for, as Google takes more content in-house and takes over selected niches.

    With expected grown of voice search, how vulnerable is the niche if a person is not viewing a list of websites on a screen to decide who to visit?

    Is this a long-term niche? Or where is traffic going to come from?

    If you apply this analysis (and you can apply it for whatever your traffic source is, not just Google) there are a lot of niches not worth pursuing.

    Additionally, will more robotics and AI impact your niche? Again, there are a lot of niches not worth pursuing.


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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
      Interesting. What do you mean by "Google takes more content in-house?"


      [QUOTE=kindsvater;10696158]

      I'd consider my niche and whether it relies on search traffic from Google. If so, is the niche something Google will make it harder it rank, or even impossible to rank for, as Google takes more content in-house and takes over selected niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarythsaya
    Augmented Reality is set to revolutionize computing. Rather than the use of screens we will use glasses.

    Augmented Reality will be such a pervasive niche, that it will disrupt many current routine practices.

    The leaders in the field state that within 5 years AR glasses will be weightless and not too far from that - they will in all likelihood be invisible ie contact lenses.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
      Honestly, I think the 3D glasses thing will not be as pervasive as claimed. Think about this, why don't we watch all movies in 3D? Because not everyone likes it. And not everyone believes it adds to the movie. If it did, all the studios would be just pumping out 3D for every movie. But they haven't. Tells you something.

      So for gaming and certain online social communities, yeah I bet the glasses are a hit; but in the end, it's just another niche.


      Originally Posted by Sarythsaya View Post

      Augmented Reality is set to revolutionize computing. Rather than the use of screens we will use glasses.

      Augmented Reality will be such a pervasive niche, that it will disrupt many current routine practices.

      The leaders in the field state that within 5 years AR glasses will be weightless and not too far from that - they will in all likelihood be invisible ie contact lenses.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by BigFrank View Post

      In-home fecal microbiota transplant kits. Look it up.


      Frank
      That's a crappy thing to post...
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      • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        That's a crappy thing to post...
        I appreciate the fact that you had the intellectual curiosity to look it up.

        I'm sure no one else did. :-)

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        • Profile picture of the author Kurt
          Originally Posted by BigFrank View Post

          I appreciate the fact that you had the intellectual curiosity to look it up.

          I'm sure no one else did. :-)

          Frank
          So much for "intellectual curiosity" since I didn't look it up. My post was just a bad pun regarding the content of your post.
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            Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

            So much for "intellectual curiosity" since I didn't look it up. My post was just a bad pun regarding the content of your post.
            OK. I take back every nice thing I have ever said about you. Oh wait. That was the only instance. :-)

            Frank
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    • Profile picture of the author BellaZee
      Originally Posted by BigFrank View Post

      In-home fecal microbiota transplant kits. Look it up.


      Frank
      The fecal matter itself could take off as well.That would make for an interesting discussion: how to market your own poop LOL

      In terms of what will be popular in four years, I'm guessing that anything to do with survivalists/preppers. It's 2020. Someone is going to start screaming about the end of the world because it's 2020. Nice round number for the end of the world LOL

      And tabloids will pick stories like that up in 2019 and 2020 (depending on the forecasted date of doom) on their slow days just to fill space, so it'll get bigger.

      A site on how to survive the end of the world would likely do very well. And yes, I know that's an oxymoron.
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        Originally Posted by BellaZee View Post

        A site on how to survive the end of the world would likely do very well. And yes, I know that’s an oxymoron.
        Do you have any idea of how many 'prepper' sites already exist selling a wide-range of goods to goobers, everywhere?

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          Originally Posted by BigFrank View Post

          Do you have any idea of how many 'prepper' sites already exist selling a wide-range of goods to goobers, everywhere?

          Frank
          It's called WSHTF, which is ironic considering your earlier post if you know what the "S" stands for...
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            Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

            It's called WSHTF, which is ironic considering your earlier post if you know what the "S" stands for...
            Yes, I got it. lol

            Frank
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        • Profile picture of the author discrat
          Originally Posted by BigFrank View Post

          Do you have any idea of how many 'prepper' sites already exist selling a wide-range of goods to goobers, everywhere?

          Frank
          BF, how dare you refer to the Doomsayers as Goobers LOL

          Yeah, you're just a little tore up that you will not be among the Chosen who go to the "Big Leagues" in the sky when Armageddon occurs :>) lol
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            Originally Posted by discrat View Post

            BF, how dare you refer to the Doomsayers as Goobers LOL
            C'mon. You know me by now. Nothing but the facts.

            Yeah, you're just a little tore up that you will not be among the Chosen who go to the "Big Leagues" in the sky when Armageddon occurs :>) lol
            Chosen? Who the hell do you think does the choosing???

            Frank
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    Health, personal Care and Making Money niches, if that's what those are, always have and always will be popular.
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