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Capital Venture Capital | How to be a Blogger

How would you like to stay at home and at the same time earn a living and save enough to set aside for a capital venture capital? The answer is simple; get you involved in online blogging. To be a professional blogger and to make your writing effectively, you must know what you want as well as determine your strengths. Know the things that you can write passionately about and determine if there is a market for it.

Angel Investor Groups

Angel investor groups are acquiring better acknowledgment as primary patrons in early-stage industry, attaining eminent rankings in industry-related annual surveys of private equity investment firms for entrepreneurs.

Making Free Money Forever The Opposite Way

“The gratification of wealth is not found in mere possession or in lavish expenditures, but in its wise application.” ~ Miguel de Cervantes

Your first instinct is to get the money as quickly as possible.

The Irony Of Business And Life

The irony of business and life is that instant gratification or going for the money upfront often gives you the opposite – no money, or some money. Rarely, do you get or make the most money.

What skills do you need to be an investment banker?

Not everyone is cut out for life as a business owner; however, such people may still have an entrepreneurial bent and may want to test the waters in a tough, challenging field that brings out the best in them. With that in mind, here is an article directed to investment banking – a field of endeavor that is much-maligned but that is a profession that serves the value social utility of directing money to companies to great ideas that help all of us in the end.

Private Venture Capital for Small Business Startups

The idea of starting your very own business can be exciting, but the cost of getting it started can prevent you from being able to follow your dream. Too many new businesses fail and therefore traditional lenders are very careful who they give money to. Even if you approach them with a quality business plan, expertise in the necessary areas of operating it, and a commitment to make the business work they could turn you away.


Roger Due

Investing in Your Destiny® & Coaching Program - Wealth Building Summit Dallas, Texas

My name is Roger Due and I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico and I am the owner of the Monsano software company. This has been an absolutely fantastic conference. This is the best I have ever been to.