Friday, July 11, 2014

How to Be a Billionaire Time is of the Essence

How to Be a Billionaire Time is of the Essence Lex Loeb Contributor Network . You could start out trying to read one of George Soro's books but none of them contain any propritary information that is likely to net you an instant fortune. The Soros books are thick and incomprensible and probably more worthy of composting than reading unless you suffer from dialecticism in which case maybe they will make sense to you but by then you might be out over $20 and that was the money you could have otherwise parlayed into at least a hundred million dollars. Time is of the essence thanks to inflation in due time everyone will eventually be a billionaire. You have to be one while it is still a fad and not the norm. Being a billionaire is not about what you make but what you spend. For every billion dollars you have invested in your net worth you should be able to net at least 5-10 percent in annual cash flow per year and this means you have somewhere between 50 and 100 million dollars a year to spend before taxes. After taxes that may just be 25 to 50 million dollars which means your net spending per month should necessarily be around two to four million dollars and that gives you around $60,000 to 150,000 dollars a day in spending cash without dipping into your principle billion. These amounts are per billion dollar. If you are spending less you are not being a billionaire. You have a high enough credit limit on your credit cards to maintain this kind of spending? If not call your credit card company for more information on getting at least $150,000 limit if you pay off your balances monthly. Ah but remember you are starting out with a twenty dollar bill so you need to be in the investment business. If you promise high returns on money lent to you people will give you more money than ever thought possible. P.T Barnham said that a suckers born every minute. That does happen to be the case even though you won't read it in a Soros book. Did you ever realize why these fools are called suckers? It could be that small new born mammals are blind and if theoy do not manage to find a tit to suck on they are highly unlikely to survive. The sucker has to necessarily believe that the necessary tit is there or it dies which is why mamals all grow up to be the mark of con-artists. The magic of finding a magic tit in the dark never leaves the mental constitution of the mind and it is very easy to play upon because all mamamals intuitively believe that wishing for a tit ultimately provides one when it is most necessary to be a sucker. If you offer a mere 10 percent monthly return on money given to you for investment purposes no one is likely to take you up on the offer because that seems too easy to believe and won't inspire nearly as much greed as offering 200 percent returns compounded on a montly basis. Soon once you offer the impossible money will be practically thown at you by people for invesmtment purposes. In order to get engough money to spend the manditory $60,000 a day to be a proper billionaire you will need to be taking in much more than the returns promised. It is necessary to promise to pay back the money to investors with smashing high returns as far out in the future as possible. The more money you spend and the richer you seem to be thanks to conspicuous spending the more easily enlightened the suckers will be to lend you their cash for reinvestment purposes. Now that you have your ponzi scheme started . Now flip a coin. You win one billion dollars. (ever noticed that billionaires at some point took more risk than most other people ever do and they could have lost everything instead of having everything. I believe that Darwin missed a point about risk . It is not just mutations but species taking risk adapting and then modifying the genes when extinction could have otherwise resulted. Do species or individual creates and plants take risks? Yeah but it does not have to be conscious. A seed can find it's way to a spot near a volcano grow there and adapt at considerable risk and then evolve as a result of that happenstance.) .

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