An affordable investment opportunity for the masses

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A good friend and colleague of mine, Dominic is promoting his new UK company, which offers some very appealing returns with better reasonable returns.

It is most appealing to me as a diversification from my usual currency and equity trading strategies. If you are interested in finding out more, I would read the following information Dom sent me:

We are looking for investors to help fund our asset secured stock financing company.

We are basically  a micro finance company providing credit lines to the motor trade secured against the stock the trader holds. We allow traders the ability to buy stock at a level they wouldn’t otherwise be able to achieve.  

Banks and larger financial institutions are becoming more and more limiting in their criteria for providing stock funding for sme’s creating a large  void in the stock financing sector. The second hand car market is estimated to be worth £43billion much of this money is taken through sme’s in the motor trade and with relatively few places providing easy access funding the opportunity here is expansive.

The model has been rolled out as a test on a small scale to a few traders to validate the sustainability of such funding in the smaller trade circles, with profound results each of the traders we used found that the funding created more opportunities than they had first planned gaining credibility and profit by simply increasing the quality or volume of the stock they held. We have a price point that is both affordable for the trader yet still profitable for ourselves and our investors. 

With a list of traders waiting eagerly to start using our stock funding facility we are looking to raise funds through private investment. We are paying between 16% and 20% per year on any capital invested. 

We are running a fantastic referral scheme so if you are not in a position to take advantage of this  know anyone who may be interested get in-touch.

For more information please contact Dominic on (44) 07398122296

How your behavior can affect your finances – video link

https://anc.yahoo.com/video/behavior-affect-finances-104641031.html

 

[ON THE MONEY] When it comes to finance, it’s easy to work the numbers. Understanding how the brain works on the other hand and how it affects our behavior is a more trenchant task. This understanding is crucial to investing because every decision to buy or sell is secretly affected by biases that are lodged deep inside our minds. On The Money is joined by Larry Cao, a chartered financial analyst from Hong Kong, who will tell us three important biases each investor has to fight.

Recommended reading: The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham

To start off my blog’s section on the most highly recommended reading for you, I’ve decided to begin with the one book that changed Warren Buffet’s life forever. Please note, this is about investing, and not trading, but the psychology aspect is remarkably similar.

Here is further information about it, an excerpt from Investopia.com

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/07/ben_graham.asp

The Intelligent Investor: Benjamin Graham

By Daniel Myers on November 29, 2013 A A A
Serious physicists read about Sir Isaac Newton to learn his teachings about gravity and motion. Serious investors read Benjamin Graham’s work to learn about finance and investments.

Known as “the father of value investing” and the “Dean of Wall Street,” Ben Graham (1894-1976) excelled at making money in the stock market for himself and his clients without taking big risks. Graham created and taught many principles of investing safely and successfully that modern investors continue to use today.

These ideas were built on Graham’s diligent, almost surgical, financial evaluation of companies. His experience led to simple, effective logic, upon which Graham built a successful method for investing. Read further here…. 

Order it here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Intelligent-Investor-Collins-Business-Essentials/dp/0060555661

OR, listen to the audiobook here:

The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham – Unabridged Audiobook

The World’s Greatest Money Maker: Warren Buffett

Credit for this goes to:

Finance Documentaries – Finance, banking, and investing documentaries, from Wall Street to main street

If you invest in the stock market you’re almost 100% certain to have heard of Warren Buffett. Indeed, you’ve probably read books about him, or you might have read his annual shareholder letter, or even been to the spectacle that is the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting.

Now’s your chance to watch an interesting documentary that offers an intimate look at the life of Warren Buffett. The documentary offers an eye opening view of how he runs the company (complete with a tour of his office), the annual shareholders meeting of Berkshire Hathaway, and a peak at his many eccentricities.

Of course the film also reviews how he made his money, how he operates, how he came to operate in the way he does, and how he thinks about his wealth which is in the tens of billions of dollars.