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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Article written by Jack Reynolds

Make Money With No Investment - How To Make Little Money Into Big Money

From the outset your odds are not good if you do not have much spare money available for wealth creation. Luck is one thing and many in this position simply see Vegas as their answer with only a few hundred dollars to "invest."

The world is full of people selling investment advice and investment opportunities but the reality is, if the investment was any good, they would just invest in it themselves. If you want to make money with no money, or very little money anyway there is one way. It is the only way as far as Im concerned and I will not be selling you a $20,000 hotdog franchise.

What you are about to read may simply change your life. You see, the process of compounding capital is not a secret. It is just well buried under all the hype and commercial hoopla. It is difficult for the ordinary person to discern their options when there is so much noise in the market place. Even the word "invest" makes ones belly turn as images of accountants and lawyers nibbling on our seed capital as the fee's and mysterious financial formula's are bandied about like swords around our ears. This is simple. This is straight forward and this is under your control.

To make money with no money, the first thing you must do is discard all the complexity. Next you must assess your bank balance and segregate a portion of it and put it into an account that will never be touched for anything but wealth creation.

The next thing you must understand is that "excess intrinsic value" is everywhere. This term you must understand. Excess intrinsic value is simply a term we have pioneered to identify a price point that an object will sell for in a reasonable period of time. It is the actual worth of the object in dollar terms, in its current condition. Intrinsic value is not an inflated figure nor is it a conservative figure, but it is the actual worth of the object. From this point we can look at what the seller is putting on it. If the sellers price differs from yours, and is lower, then you can say you have found an investment object with "excess intrinsic value" Of course after purchase there are things you can do to increase and add further value.

For example, take any object around you right now. Is there a coffee cup on your desk? Good, that can be a very simplistic example. Take the cup and look closely at it. What is its intrinsic worth? Pick it up and turn it in your hands. Look under it. Look for cracks in the enamel, look for faults in the value of this object. Find a magnifying glass and really go over the coffee cup. Give it a price. Name a figure in its current uncleaned condition, what is it worth? 30 cents? 10 cents? $1.10? What is its actual value. What would you pay for it if you had no cups and you needed one.

Now take this cup to your kitchen and carefuly begin to clean it. Not in a general way like you are washing the dishes, but in a specific and gentle way. Get the cup looking like new. Remove all blemishes with specific attention, dry it and set it back on the table and look at it. What would you pay for it now? Have you increased its intrinsic value? Or not. Is it worth a little more? Is it worth 10 cents more now? Is it more presentable? Is it worth 50 cents more?

What matters is not the dollar values but the percentage increase in "PERCEIVED" value. This is the "Excess intrinsic value" I was talking about earlier. In its uncleaned state, you were looking for potential. Things like cracks in the glaze are too difficult to repair economically and therefore would work against you. But stubborn blemishes are good because with a little effort these can be erased.

If you turned your little cup from a 30 cent "investment object" into a 90 cent investment object, then you can say you found 200% "excess intrinsic value."

There are other ways to gain access to "excess intrinsic value" For example utility. "Utility" is a term we use to describe WHY people by and sell. It is your job to uncover sellers reasons and uncover your buyers reasons so you can access "excess intrinsic value.

You can apply the same "cup example" to a house. The couple are divorcing and need to get out fast. Urgency is an excellent utility for a buyer or a seller. You make a low offer and without any other offers on the horizon they take your low offer. Next, a buyer comes along who has money but needs a house fast. This urgency of utlity is common and so excess intrinsic value is also common in all manner of investment objects.

To make money with no investment, you must start at the level your seed capital can handle and work steadily upwards. From pushbike to used computer. From computer to antique dish, from dish to grandfather clock, from clock to cheap car. From car to dearer car. From dearer car to a deposit on a small parcel of land. From a small parcel to a larger parcel that can be subdivided and so on. Using leverage (borrowed money) your returns can be huge, easily 200% per month or more.

This is about hands on control of your seed capital. This is how wealth is created. At the high end of town, investment objects are traded commonly to increase wealth in percentage terms. You can do it too but on a much more humble level.

Try compounding $100 by 100% every month for 12 months. That is get a calculator and type in 100 then the multiplication symbol then the figure 2 and repeat 12 times. You will find you will grow it into just under half a million dollars if you can continue to double your money every month. If you start with $200 then your final result at the end of 12 months will be nearly $1 million dollars.

Excess intrinsic value is everywhere, spare money lying around just waiting to be scooped up by you. All you have to do is find the right utility and extract the profits to re-apply to the next level investment object.

This is how it's done.
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