Written by C. Cranium
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Topics: Money

Thursday, 5 August 2010

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All you can eat -- read spoof get dollar.

Spoof writer BurgeoningIndustry has an ingenious business plan based on the saying 'you have to spend money to make money', that he believes will make him millions. Investors all agree that money doesn't grow on carrot trees, and that gold at the end of a rainbow is somewhere near El Dorado, and impossible to find (ask Pizzaro).

BurgeoningIndustry's business plan has forecast a net return of eighteen percent rate based on an optimistic number of Spoof hits. As an example BurgeoningIndustry gets one hundred and eighteen hits for a Spoof and he pays out one hundred dollars, with eighteen hits set aside as bad debt reserve that he doesn't plan on paying.

The tricky part is the task of converting one hundred eighteen spoof points into viable currency. And here is where BurgeoningIndustry shines in investment savvy. The beauty of his investment scheme is linked to a specialized market instrument or Spoof Derivative. The Spoof Derivative is much like the credit default swaps backed mortgage instruments where the few made a killing, and the many - whole world financial system - lost their shorts.

BurgeoningIndustry plans on being one of the few, ethic less financial wizard.

BurgeoningIndustry can be reached at fastmoneytheeasyway.com for information on how to covert your hard earned cash to the prestigious Spoof Derivative Financial Instrument that is FDIC backed with Spoof points and parachute fall back lead fishing weights converted to thousands of lead bullions.

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