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Does anyone knows of a profitable business project with constant cash flows and high profit margin?I m looking

I m Mrs Cynthia from Bristol,United Kingdom.Does anyone knows of a profitable business project with constant cash flows and high profit margin?I m looking at investing as a dormant partner with an experience business partner on a profitable business project in the middle east,Asia and American
continent.Any one with such business experience should please contact me on(cynthiabridges8@gmail.com) or call on +447024068709.

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Buy a US Title IV vocational college. Title IV means, the students can borrow from the US federal government (student loans). It's a cash cow business with very weak competition (if you can offer quality education that's job-oriented). Being a cash cow means high selling prices ($500k to $100m). Otherwise, you can combine your interest in the Middle East, Asia and America by buying a SEVIS-approved language school. SEVIS approval permits a school to basically issue visas to come o the US to study. It's another cash cow with very low management stress. Again, the market is crying for quality, especially (1) spoken English and (2) American accent - sorry, from your phone number you may be British :) The Middle East (wealth & turmoil) and China (wealth) are amazingly high growth markets for English language & US education.
That's where I'm about to put my money. I'll be more than happy to assist you with advice (for free) but you must always do your own due diligence. Good luck.

Jul 16, 2013