An Automated Blogging Machine can create value for domains by increasing their pagerank. These domains can then be sold for higher value. We have the expertise to enhance and create values for these domains and create a healthy return of 12 percent a year.
Money invested with us goes into buying low value domains which are then enhanced and converted into income producing assets thereby enabling us to create value and income from them.
We accept small investors with amounts of $100, $500 or $1000
We pay out recurring income of $1, $5 or $10 a month. This is 1 percent a month or 12 percent a year. These payouts are guaranteed as it comes from the actual income produced by the domains in our automated blogging machines. As a matter of fact, our machine makes at least twice the amounts monthly, thereby ensuring that we are always able to maintain our promised returns.
For investors with bigger capital outlay, we can discuss joint venture terms. Please contact us accordingly.
Asset Value of Automated Blogging Machine
1st Febuary 2012 $1399.00
1st March 2012 $1954.00
1st April 2012 $1390.00
1st May 2012 $3404.00
1st June 2012 $4110.00
This Automated Blogging machine started in Mid January 2012 with an asset value of $50.00. It currently has an asset value of $4110.00. This is based on a risk-free interest rate of 12% a year. If the risk-free interest rate of a bank deposit is 1% a year then the asset value of this autoblog is $49,320.00 as you would need $49,320 in a bank deposit to produce the same income that this autoblog would produce in a year.
$41.11 might not seem to be a big amount but the fact is that you will need $49,320 in the bank at 1% a year to be able to generate an income of $41.11 a month.
If you can get a risk-free deposit rate of 12% a year, you still need $4110.00 in the bank at 12% a year to be able to generate an income of $41.11 a month.
A $20 trial – For you to check out if it really works. Please use the same paypal account that you would like to receive your monthly payments of $0.20. When you are comfortable that this really works for you, you can always scale up the nodes for a bigger monthly income. It will be 1% of the amount you choose to scale up. Select from the right panel.
We do it all for you. All you need to do is to tell us which PAYPAL account you want your payout in
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The market for the exchange of capital and credit, including the money markets and the capital markets is called financial market. These markets provide facilities for the buying and selling of financial claims and services. The participants on the demand and supply sides of these markets are financial institutions, agents, brokers, dealers, borrowers, lenders, savers and others who are linked by laws, contracts, covenants and communication networks.
Financial markets are classified as primary (direct) and secondary (indirect). The primary markets deal in new financial claims or new securities. On the other hand, secondary markets deal in securities already issued or existing or outstanding. More often the classification is into money and capital markets. Money market deals with short-term claims having a period of maturity of one year or less and the latter does so with long-term claims having period of maturity of more than one year.
Stock Markets A market in which shares of stock are bought and sold is called stock market. The word ‘stock’, in American usage, means equity or ownership in a corporation. A share is the basic unit of a company’s capital, which it tries to raise from the stock market. When you own a stock, you are referred to as a share or stockholder. A stock shows that you own a small fraction of a corporation; hence if you buy stock in the Pepsi Corporation and they come out with a ‘hot’ new drink, then you get to share the profits. A stock also gives you the right to make decisions that may influence the company. Each stock you own gives you a vote/s, so the more stocks you own, the more decision-making power you have.
FOREX Market Foreign Exchange is the simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another. The foreign exchange market is the largest financial market in the world. The world’s currencies are on a floating exchange rate and are always traded in pairs. Here, settlement is made for international purchases and sales, i.e., for exports and imports, as also for payments international purchases and sales of assets. Operating virtually round the clock, the forex market trades enormous amounts of money, estimated at several trillion dollars daily.
The forex market is not centrally located. It is an over-the-counter market where business is conducted through telephones, computers, fax machines etc. Among its members are large corporations, commercial banks, money centers, pension funds and investment banking firms. As individuals or companies from one country trade across borders, the need for foreign currency arises. The resultant trading differential generates profits and keeps the forex market in animation.
Debt Market Debt is the liability or obligation in the form of bonds, loan notes, or mortgages, owed to another person or persons and required to be paid by a specified date (maturity).
It is one in which mainly debt is transacted which could be in the form of debt instruments or cash. In the first place, there is the money market a huge market trading in debt instruments with an original maturity of one year or less. Typical instruments here include Treasury Bills, bank certificates of deposits etc. Secondly, there is the bond market in which long-term debt obligations are traded. As such, the bond market is the long-term complement to the money market.
I. The Money Market: In this, the short-term surpluses of financial and other institutions and individuals are bid by borrowers comprising institutions and individuals and also by the Government. Thus the short-term requirements of borrowers are met lenders get liquidity. In other words, a money market is one in which short-term funds are borrowed and lent. The borrowers are traders, speculators, brokers and producers of various commodities as well as government and institutional borrowers. The lenders include commercial banks, insurance companies and other institutional borrowers.
II. The Bond Market: Bond market is the market for all types of bonds, whether on an exchange or over-the-counter. A bond is a debt instrument. An example of a bond can be a debenture. The following are the terms mostly used in the bond market. Bond Term: The term of the bond is the number of years between the date it was initially issued and the date it matures. Current Yield: A current yield is simply the yearly amount you receive in coupon income dividend by the market value of your bond. The current yield does not take into account the timing of coupon interest or the interest you might earn when you invest your coupon income.
Equilibrium in Financial Markets Financial markets are said to be perfect when the following conditions are met:
A large number of savers and investors operate in markets.
The savers and investors are rational.
All operators in the market are well-informed and information is freely available.
There are no transaction costs.
The financial assets are infinitely divisible.
The participants in the market have homogeneous expectations.
There are no taxes.
On the whole it can be stated that equilibrium is established in the financial markets when the expected demand for funds for short-term and long-term investments matches with the planned supply of funds generated out of savings and credit creation.