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"I never in a million years thought I'd be an angel investor loaning money to a startup with a guaranteed 3x return on my investment. 300%. 300%! I just have one question for Susan.... where have you been all my life?!"
JJ Barrett, New York, NY
With rising interest rates and stock market volatility, now is the perfect time to start investing in debt. I'll show you how to collect your interest checks safely and quickly.
Those three words are the holy grail for investors. And I'll throw in another one... debt.
Now, most people will tell you debt is bad.
And it is... when you're the borrower.
When you're the lender, it's awesome because of the interest you charge.
You make money on every dollar you put out into the world.
And when the money your money made starts to make even more money, things get real fun real fast.
Yep, 12 ways. And I research and report on investment opportunities in all 12 strategies in my premium newsletter, The Debt Investor.
We focus on....
And the majority of our debt investments can be made in a retirement account or IRA to defer taxes and compound that interest!
We alert our subscribers by text and email the minute we buy or sell a position in our Debt Investor portfolio so that you can invest right along with us... in real-time.
A Real Portfolio
Most other investment newsletters tout a "model" portfolio or worse, forbid their researchers from holding a position in the stocks they research. You deserve better than pretend recommendations from someone with no skin in the game. We own all stocks we recommend.
There are a bazillion groups for day traders and active investors, but we don't want to work that hard! When you join The Debt Investor, you'll be part of a group of independent investors who appreciate 100% passive returns because we've got a life!
In this issue, I shared an opportunity to invest in a New York City based mortage trust that makes short-term real estate loans.
In this issue, I shared an opportunity to invest in a "boutique bank" making business loans to middle-market companies.
In this issue, I shared an opportunity to invest in a business development company who's loans are government-backed.
If you've subscribed to premium investment newsletters in the past, you probably are familiar with the process.
Each month, I deliver a comprehensive issue detailing what's happening in the debt markets and how our portfolio holdings are performing.
And throughout the month, I buy and sell public and private debt investments for my own account and alert you with the exact details so that you can trade right along with me and build your own portfolio of debt investments.
There are a few things that the market hates: rising interest rates and uncertainty.
These things lead to volatility and losses in most portfolios that are heavy in traditional mutual funds and equity investments.
In uncertain times, when the market fluctuations can wreak havoc on our portfolio returns, we need something certain to offset that.
And that's where debt comes in.
When interest rates rise, debt investors make more money.
And when that income rises, our portfolio can weather anything the market might throw at it.
So, to add some certainty and diversification to your portfolio, you should consider becoming a Debt Investor!
This is your chance to build a cash-flowing, portfolio of debt investments. Will you take it or let the opportunity pass you by?
You are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't think The Debt Investor is for you, just let me know in the first 30 days and I'll cancel your subscription and issue a prompt refund.
But the more likely scenario is that you'll love The Debt Investor. Join us today and start building your portfolio of debt investments that will make money for you today. And the money THAT money makes will compound to make even more for you well into the future.
See you on the inside!
Publisher & Founding Editor, The Debt Investor
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