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Make Real Money

Ahsan Habib

November 02, 2016

Spread the World, earn rewards unlimited! Share your GoRiseMe.com B2B Membership ID with your friends,any corporate, any company, your website and personal network,when they sign up through your ID, you can get the commission instantly via Paypal. Each Membership: *Per Silver Member $10 **Per Gold Member $100 ***Per Diamond Member $500 #GoRiseMe #B2B

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Think Global Business!

Ahsan Habib

November 03, 2016

We operate leading online and mobile marketplaces in charity,retail and wholesale trade, as well as cloud computing and other services. We provide technology and services to enable consumers, merchants, and other participants to conduct commerce in our ecosystem. We're unique, innovative, comprehensive & transparent that's why we lead the World. Connect @ GoRiseMe We enable millions of commercial and social interactions among our users, between consumers and merchants, and among businesses every day. Task @ GoRiseMe We empower our customers with the fundamental infrastructure for commerce and data technology, so that they can build businesses and create value that can be shared among our ecosystem participants. Prosperity @ GoRiseMe We strive to expand our products and services to become central to the everyday rising of our customers. We think out site the box and feel your need. We hope your desire prosperity. So, Come For Rising...

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How to start Global Business?

Lia Khan

January 07, 2017

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Test Your Business Idea

Ahsan Habib

February 28, 2017

Charlie Tyler had a surefire solution to many companies' problems -- or so he thought. Determined to strike out on his own, this Baton Rouge, Louisiana, CPA saw businesses struggling with tracking and collecting their employees' attendance records. So he and a partner dove right in to become value-added resellers of software designed to streamline those functions. But Tyler's “can't-miss" solution missed -- big time. “We went about six months and didn't sell much of anything,” he says. Fortunately, he and his partner still had other sources of income, so they went back to the drawing board. As Tyler's story shows, even the best business ideas can fall short because of poor planning and a lack of testing the commercial waters. Follow these tips before jumping to invest in your idea: Find the Best Product The next time Tyler attempted to start his own business, he focused on finding the right products. “The first time we were dealing with products that really were not far enough along in development, and we hadn't gone out there to find out the level of need among potential customers,” Tyler says. “You must spend time investigating what other products are out there and what it takes to become a value-added reseller of existing products.” The second time around, Tyler and his business partner determined their product “by knocking on a lot of doors and asking,” he says. They found that “the cornerstone of a lot of security and automation products is a single card that could control several applications -- building access, attendance and even a photo ID.” Test Your Product Once you've chosen your product, research its feasibility in a commercial context and then lay out a strategy that includes determining your competition, says Tony Martinez, director of the Louisiana State University Small Business Development Center. “Who is the consumer who would use your product? What is the potential market for it? What are the trends in the related industry?” are questions Martinez says you should look to answer. "Talk to users of similar products,” suggests Tyler. “Ask why they are happy with the product they are using and how they would improve it.” According to Martinez, your research must also identify your competitive advantage. “Ask yourself: What expertise do you have that qualifies you to enter this business?” he says. Market Your Product “Write a business plan that starts with marketing,” Martinez says. Tyler agrees. “You can have the greatest product in the world, but if you don't figure out how to get it to the marketplace first, it goes nowhere,” he says. Get Outside Help To further develop his business plan, research the market and systematically get the business up and running, Tyler turned to a business incubator, the Louisiana Business and Technology Center. Incubators make it possible for budding businesses to obtain essential startup services they otherwise would not be able to afford. Within the incubator, Tyler's company, Time Solutions Inc., had a phone answering service, a conference room, office space, mail service, a computer network, fax and telephone service -- all at reduced rates. Consider Gaining Experience First Paul Dunn, PhD, director of entrepreneurship studies at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, counsels his potential business owners to go to work for someone else in their chosen business before starting their own. Learning the field from the inside out often helps prospective business owners determine the viability of their intended product or service. Take Your Time Rushing is the deal killer. “Entrepreneurs are often in a hurry, afraid someone's going to do it before they do, so they jump in and shoot without researching the implications of their idea,” Dunn says. Love Your Product Finally, it is important that you follow your gut when deciding whether to invest in your business idea. “You better be sure you like what you're doing,” says Tyler. “There's no use in testing the waters if you don't love what you're doing.”

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5 Ways to Double Your Investment

Ahsan Habib

March 10, 2017

There's something about the idea of doubling one's money on an investment that intrigues most investors. It's a badge of honor dragged out at cocktail parties, a promise made by over-zealous advisors, and a headline that frequents the cover of some of the most popular personal finance magazines. Perhaps it comes from deep in our investor psychology; that risk-taking part of us that loves the quick buck. Whatever the source though, it is both a realistic goal that investors should always be moving towards, as well as something that can lure many people into impulsive investing mistakes. Knowing some of the most trusted avenues to doubling your money is something that all investors should have in their toolboxes. 1. The Classic Way - Earn it Slowly Investors who have been around for a while will remember the classic Smith Barney commercial from the 1980s, where British actor John Houseman informs viewers in his unmistakable accent that they "make money the old fashioned way – they earn it." Perhaps the most tested way to double your money over a reasonable amount of time is to invest in a solid, non-speculative portfolio that's diversified between blue-chip stocks and investment grade bonds. While that portfolio won't double in a year, it almost surely will eventually, thanks to the old rule of 72. (To learn more about the rule of 72, check out What is the 'rule of 72'?) Considering that large blue-chip stocks have returned roughly 10% over the last 100 years, and investment grade bonds have returned roughly 6%, a portfolio that is divided evenly between the two should return about 8%. Dividing that expected return (8%) into 72, gives a portfolio that should double every nine years. 2. The Contrarian Way – Blood in the Streets Just like great athletes go through slumps when many fans turn their backs, the stock prices of otherwise great companies occasionally go through slumps when fickle investors head for the hills. These instances can bring about situations where good investments become oversold, which presents a buying opportunity for brave investors who have done their homework. Perhaps the most classic barometers used to gauge when a stock may be oversold are the price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) and the book value for a company. Both of these measures have fairly well established historical norms for both the broad markets and for specific industries. When companies slip well below these historical averages for superficial or systemic reasons, smart investors will smell an opportunity to double their money. (Read Buy When There's Blood in The Streets to learn more on contrarian investing.) 3. The Safe Way For those investors who are afraid of wrapping their portfolios around a telephone pole, bonds may provide a significantly less precarious journey to the same destination. But investors taking less risk by using bonds don't have to give up their dreams of one day proudly bragging around the lunchroom about doubling their money. In fact, zero-coupon bonds (including classic U.S. Savings Bonds), can keep you in the "double your money" discussion. One hidden benefit that many zero-coupon bondholders love is the absence of reinvestment risk. With standard coupon bonds, there's the ongoing challenge of reinvesting the interest payments when they're received. With zero coupon bonds, which simply "accrete" or grow towards maturity, there's no hassle of trying to invest smaller interest rate payments or risk of falling interest rates. (Check out the Importance of Reinvestment Income and Reinvestment Risk in the section of our CFA Level 1 Study Guide to learn more about this concept.) 4. The Speculative Way While slow and steady might work for some investors, others may find themselves falling asleep at the wheel. For these folks, the fastest ways to super-size the nest egg may be the use of options, margin or penny stocks. Stock options, such as simple puts and calls, can be used to speculate on any company's stock going up or down, and can turbo-charge a portfolio's performance. For those who don't want to learn the ins and outs of options, but do want to leverage their faith (or doubt) about a certain stock, there's the option of buying on margin or selling a stock short. Lastly, extreme bargain hunting can quickly turn your pennies into dollars. Whether you decide to roll the dice on the numerous former blue-chip companies that are now selling for less than a dollar, or you sink a few thousand into the next big thing, penny stocks can double your money in a single trading day. (For further reading on using penny stocks to double your money, read our related articles The Lowdown on Penny Stocks.) 5.The Best Way While it's not nearly as fun as watching your favorite stock on the evening news, the undisputed heavyweight champ of doubling your money is that matching contribution you receive in your employer's retirement plan. Making it even better is the fact that the money going into your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement plan comes right off the top of what your employer reports to the IRS. Before you start complaining about how your employer doesn't have a 401(k) or how your company has cut its contribution because of the economy, don't forget that the government also "matches" some portion of the retirement contributions of taxpayers earning less than a certain amount. There's an old saying: "If something seems too good to be true, then it probably is." That's sage advice when it comes to doubling your money, considering that there are far more investment scams out there than sure things. While there certainly are other ways to approach doubling your money than the ones mentioned so far, always be suspicious when you're promised results. Whether it's your broker, your brother-in-law or a late night infomercial, take the time to make sure that people are not using your money to double their money.