If you had/have $51,2000

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Just asking a general question, if you had/have $51,200 what would you do to double it to $102,400?

God bless,
Mark
Isaiah 40:31
#$51 #had or have
  • Profile picture of the author indexphp
    Figure out how to get a solid 100% ROI on a campaign.... and slowly dump all that money into it.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenovni
    Clickbank + profitable google adwords
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  • Profile picture of the author Kyle Tully
    Roulette. Black. No regrets.
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  • Profile picture of the author dean mcevoy
    Invest in google, there shareprice is pretty low at the moment

    or give it to me
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I would take $2000 and give it to myself and go on a nice vacation.

    Before I go on that vacation, I would spend it all on advertising online and make a nice profit from selling other peopl's online products.

    Tal
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  • Profile picture of the author mario2001
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    After how long time you want to double the money?


    Mario
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  • Profile picture of the author highflyingeagle
    I am answering my own question. Now, with the severe recession, I would buy a foreclosed home that was valued greater than $120,000 but selling for $50,000 or less. Then I would sell it for $100,000.

    God bless,
    Mark
    Isaiah 40:31
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    • Originally Posted by highflyingeagle View Post

      I am answering my own question. Now, with the severe recession, I would buy a foreclosed home that was valued greater than $120,000 but selling for $50,000 or less. Then I would sell it for $100,000.
      I would just be careful that you fully research the housing market or property that your considering flipping. I would be especially leary if someone is trying to talk you into a piece of property or to signup for their home buying seminar.

      I'll give you a quick story. I have a good friend that loves to go to the after work seminars, I am sure you all know of them "how to get rich overnight" where some loudmouth sales guy blows smoke and you get a rotten tuna fish sandwich to come to the seminar. So anyway's he's telling me about this opportunity, I forget the company but for $20,000 they will educate you in realestate investments and pay your monthly morgage costs for the first 1-2 years.

      So what I found out after doing some research was the property that people were buying online, without even looking at it. Was in very depressed areas like Detroit Michigan. The housing market in Detroit if you don't know, is extremly bad people who want to sell their houses can't and the market is so flooded that people are forced to sell at extremly reduced prices. Not exactly where you want to be buying property now is it?
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  • Profile picture of the author sellingonline
    Actually the safest is to buy established businesses and let the profits run. (could be big established websites, which I do as the web is not going away soon [we hope if it does we're all screwed] )

    But again, that's just me. If you need somebody to partner up with, give me a message.
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