Investing In Oil And Natural Gas Is All About Diversification

December 19, 2014 Posted by admin

Investing in gas & oil investments is all about reducing your risk, and spreading-out your investment funds, or diversifying in as many new prospective oil & gas wells as possible while building a portfolio of new commercially productive wells. You need to be able to do this while taking advantage of the opportunities to invest in many fields as practical.

Your goal should be to own working interest, or have direct participation in mulitiple lease hold interests within several, or many areas of mutual interest. In our business, these lease hold interests, are located within what are called Area’s of Mutual Interest (AMI).

You must of course find and trust the right operators, company, or companies, who you can then invest with to achieve a successful outcome, plus, in almost all instances, do not invest with a company unless it is registered & licensed with the NASD, and whose brokers are licensed and registered in your state of residence as well.


Real Estate Investing Principles

December 18, 2014 Posted by admin

There are many tricks and techniques that can help improve your knowledge when it comes to dealing with investing in real estate. There are new ways and methods of doing things and handling situations that are worth learning about. Knowledge about the most recent types of financing can be of great help. However, there are six basic principles about real estate investing that you need to know about. The principles are

1 Relationship building

2 Understanding the numbers


Get Started Investing In Real Estate With These Two Secrets

December 17, 2014 Posted by admin

Real estate investing and acquisition is a very lucrative opportunity.

There are how to courses, books, and other information you must master in order to succeed. But there really is two secrets that can help make Real Estate Acquisition so much easier.With these two secrets, you will be able to invest with confidence, and obtain maximum profits every time.

Let’s start with secret number one:

Take Action…or the success mindset. This sounds easy, but then why are only 10% of the world’s adult population millionaires then?


Silver Investing Methods

December 13, 2014 Posted by admin

There are many methods that allow you to invest in silver. If you are interested in silver investing you should become familiar with all of these methods. This is the only way to ensure that you get the most out of your investing strategy. Luckily, there is plenty of information available on silver investing. If you are willing to take the time to learn about the many ways of investing in silver, you will be ready to make money in no time.

One of the most traditional methods of silver investing is buying bullion bars. In some countries, such as Switzerland, these silver bullion bars can be purchased in person at certain banks. This type of silver, the type that you can actual hold, can be stored at your home or in a safety deposit box at the bank. But no matter where you keep your silver, make sure that it is safe.

Another popular method of silver investing is buying silver coins. For instance, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin is made of almost 100 percent silver.


How To Benefit From Investing In Real Estate

December 11, 2014 Posted by admin

I bought my first apartment 10 years ago, on my 20th birthday. I had spent the previous 5 years working and saving for college; but when I finally entered college at 19 on a full academic scholarship, I decided that instead of spending my accumulated savings, I would try my hand at investment. Here I am 10 years later. This is not a story of extreme or fast wealth building.

But it is a story of effective “forced savings” that has provided me significant insight into financial planning, real estate investing, and balancing the books. While it hasn’t always been a barrel of laughs, overall, I’m reasonably satisfied with the outcome so far.

I thought I would share some real world real estate investment thought. Let’s start at the end, where I am today: I currently own 7 condo apartments in my general geographic area. All of these condos are revenue neutral or revenue positive. I don’t have significant savings to fall back on, and I am just now in the process of “cashing in”, by selling my first apartment. My approach is best described as “slow and steady”; my outlook is 20 – 25 years.