Global Business Ideas

by | Feb 20, 2003 | Archives

Tomorrow's message will review the history of the U.S. economy and equity market so we can see how it has traditionally risen for 20 years and then consolidated for 10 years. This means that straight out investing is likely to be lousy until 2010! This is why I have been focusing since 1999 on ways to have your own international business. In my opinion, this is where the real potential is to be found. You can see several business ideas below that have special potential now.

Modern technology and rapid communications make small, fast to evolve, global businesses in tune with the times. To this end I have been conducting our course, International Business Made EZ, and have been looking for good business opportunities that readers can easily get started in without huge investments.

I now have two excellent ideas. One such business is distributing Ted's Stuff which takes advantage of the exploding health care market.

You can see why the market for care will be one of the hottest in the years ahead in my free report “Spotting Trends“.

The second opportunity comes from offering a tax lien investment service to overseas investors. I have written about this previously and you can update this at last Nov 26 message which is about tax liens

You can share more in depth information about these opportunities at a special FREE workshop in Delray Beach, Florida on March 8.

I speak Saturday, March 8 and Sunday, March 9 at two seminars in Delray Beach conducted by the Oxford Club (March 8) and International Living (March 9). This workshop will be exclusive for my readers so if you sign up for either seminar, let us know so we can book you into this workshop.

I hope to see you in Florida this March!