Here's several lucrative tips everyone should have in their business journals. Students, take note & discuss them in class with your professors & student body.
If you have no residual income, you have no bottom line for capital gains or future conceptual sustaining value of your operation. Before you put all your coals on the fire, your expansion shouldn't be more out of pocket expenses than your recurring value. Corporate sustaining core value is about being in conjunction with your customer & client needs at all time. Most importantly, employees quality product.
Low risk established investors in a time of domiciles peril; are liable too do or act in defense & desperation. No one can be trusted. If your pensioners company goes out of business for example, you'll lose your career investments. So my advice, dabble in precious metals that have survived every dollar crisis in american history & take a risk when you have a chance too take a risk.
Recurring residuals is the epitome of success. You must sustain a stable capital & securities. It's not cheap. You are bound too fluctuate &/or succumb too complete failure. Investment with nonequivalent remunerative foundations are risky. My advice; build on that core monetary worth for the expanse of a new conceptual start up.
Troy David 'Maestro' Beadles
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader." ~ John Quincy Adams 6th U.S. President