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I have $50,000 of CASH that I am looking to invest in a business. I have looked into options. Advice needed.

My money is tied up in stocks so it is easily attainable at any time. I am looking to either start a business with someone or invest in something that can grow my money better than the market. I have a very good well paying job in Healthcare Supply Chain sales right now but am willing to leave for the right opportunity. Any ideas help, no BS scams. Im located in Dallas, Tx and want to stay around this area if at all possible. I am very interested in technology and realestate. Please shoot me a line so we can chat. Thanks.

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We are a private equity firm as well as financial advisor for cross border deals. We mainly focus on client in america but also europe. We have been a member of the business community in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina for over 30years. I have a degree in Business Management and Economics from North Carolina State University.

We are looking forward to connect entrepreneurs that have viable projects to invest in and those that needs loan between the ranges of US$100,000.00 to $5 million for the maximum period of 3-10yrs.

URL: www.fordmortgages.com
Email: info@fordmortgages.com
407.329.4984

Dec 1, 2016
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You can contact me here with great investment opportunities.
Garrettsgeneralservices@gmail.com
2293007309

Oct 4, 2016
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The BAF Group LLC
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Kevin, Unfortunately, the last writer is correct. Writing for meaningful advice on this bulletin board is almost useless, any more. But with $50,000, it is not likely to get you a business of the size that will produce the kind of positive Cash Flow you might desire. Obviously, I do not know how much you currently earn, but with $50,000, your earning power will probably allow you to purchase a business with a Net of about $125,000, to as much as $250,000, depend upon how you structure the purchase. However, that is BEFORE Debt Service. And the Debt on that size of business is going to be very large, severely cutting down the amount you can put in your pocket.

Oct 4, 2016

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