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1990 toys Said,
March 11th, 2008 @6:46 am  

Sounds like a great idea, i have now added this to my amazon wish list!

March 11th, 2008 @6:31 pm  

These plans always sound appealing because they seem so quick. But I must say that I agree with Hugh MacLeod when he talks about starting his successful business, Gaping Void. He blogs about how to be creative, and these are his first 3 points:
“1. Ignore everybody.

2. The idea doesn’t have to be big. It just has to be yours.

3. Put the hours in.”
I’ve never found someone else’s plans or schemes to work for me-glad they worked for Derek Foster-who wouldn’t want to retire at 34?

Aimee Said,
March 11th, 2008 @10:32 pm  

Hi “InjuryProne”,

I wouldn’t say this idea is “quick” it will still take a while to build up your portfolio. It may be a faster alternative to other retirement investment options like mutual funds or GICs.

March 14th, 2008 @4:31 am  

Buy an income…??!!?? That is a new idea… Hmm… have to think about that.

1990 toys Said,
March 14th, 2008 @7:44 am  

I agree that it aint quick – but its still worth doing.

March 14th, 2008 @9:48 pm  

Looks really interesting. I am always looking for new ways to earn money, but I must admit that I have never dabbled in the stock market. It sounds intriguing but I am pretty tight fisted with my money and fear losing it. I will pick up this book next time I am out and give it a read, thanks for sharing.

job Said,
March 17th, 2008 @5:03 am  

no shortcut to earn money

Matt Said,
March 17th, 2008 @1:29 pm  

The content sounds like it makes sense, but I’d rather the title distinguished between *not working* and just working smarter.

paulette Said,
March 19th, 2008 @9:10 pm  

Thanks for the information. What needed in stocks is to studying it first before investing.

March 22nd, 2008 @10:41 pm  

I would love to play around in stocks, but I know that I would end up losing a fortune.

March 25th, 2008 @11:09 am  

This is the way to truly build passive income. Trading stocks was all the rage in the 1990s and early 2000s, but its very labor intensive, risky and (most of all) expensive. You end up siphoning off a lot of your earnings with brokerage commissions. Buying and holding blue chip stocks that pay dividends is probably the safest and easiest strategy to invest in the stock market.

inşaat Said,
March 29th, 2008 @12:21 pm  

Sounds like a great idea, i have now added this to my amazon wish list!

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