If you could have invested significantly in IBM, AT&T, Apple, Google, or Facebook in the very early days, you'd be rich beyond your wildest dreams!

Right now, you could invest in any number of start-ups, but will they ever explode the way you'd like?

In essence, most of the big money comes from gambles. For every big winner, there are typically 10 losers. You could diversify, but that only limits your risk. It doesn't eliminate it. And limiting your risk severely limits your growth potential. The bottom line is that you never know who the winners are.

What's worse is that all the old rules of economics and investment are breaking down:
  • Scarcity is not the limiting factor that it once was, as technology continues to generate alternatives.
  • The relationship between dividend and growth stocks has been broken.
  • The relationship between stocks and bonds has been broken.
  • The relationship between employment and a strong economy has been broken.
  • Prolonged near-zero interest rates are confusing economists about long-standing economic principles.

There are many alternatives available through Investing 2029:
  • You can invest in a collective industry, with specific returns. If the major players in an industry all invest in an initiative, then they all expect a return from that initiative.
  • You could personally work with cutting-edge opportunities, and become a leader. Then when one of the many cutting-edge opportunities takes off, you will be an insider.
  • You can master the art of negative-cost expenses. Make money every time you need to buy something!
  • Rather than holding onto money, you can discover ways to increase your returns by increasing the rate at which money passes through your hands. We're not talking about trading versus investing. Traders unilaterally take profits from investors. We're talking about ways to improve the U.S. economy through increased transactions, directly increasing the GNP.

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