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Intriguing venture with both a high short and long-term ROI potential.

USD 41,000

  • Country: United States
  • Industry: Others
  • Type of Partner: Silent
  • Development stage: Establishment
  • Listed: February 19, 2020 6:04 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired

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I’ve been approached by a party, who I’ve vetted, that seeks capital for a ‘specialized’ project/business venture.

The venture is not one I can detail on an open forum, but it is 100% legal, so I’ll do my best to convey the topic as best I can, until we speak further on it.

If you are a serious angel investor, I can say this:

There are multiple ways to calculate risk. The risks for this venture, while seemingly high, are probably (almost certainly) lower than *most ventures* undertaken by *most* angel investors.

You have to be willing to think outside the box on this one… believe me! (at least I know I did before investing a 100+ hours vetting the project/risks). However, to my amazement, as I researched this field, I came to quickly realize that while it is a fringe cottage industry so to speak (and very secretive), there are dozens of well-known and documented cases of people making hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars quickly in this field, to -over time- in excess of a billion dollars.

Here’s what I can say:

1) An investment of $82,000 would yield ~$193,000 per month (from month 1). Or, an investment of $41,000 would yield approximately $96,500 per month, and could scale to ~$193,000 per month if the capital/ROI were compounded.

2) The angel partner who puts in the capital will get daily returns and remain in 100% control of their capital by the end of each day (taking a 50% cut of the ROI). The active partner will take 50% of the ROI daily and pay me as a broker/finder’s fee.

3) The long-term ROI will come from a related, but different, avenue whereby the venture is scaled via ‘costly to develop’ technology enhancements to allow for global returns many times higher than the limited/non-scaled venture. This can easily be funded from the earned ROI. The scope of the project has the potential to reach 9 to even 10 figures per year, and the active partner wishes to retain 70% of the shares in the larger/scaled version of the venture. The angel partner will receive 30% of the scaled version of the project.

Serious inquiries only and you should be open minded. This is the real deal, but it is not most people’s cup of tea. Think of it almost as an arbitrage strategy for making small amounts of money, frequently over the course of a day. There is a lot of math/computational basis behind this project, and that is all I can say. If you know of the story of (James Harris Simons {aka Jim Simons} en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Simons_(mathematician)) or even the story of Bill Benter (www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-05-03/the-gambler-who-cracked-the-horse-racing-code) … you will be on the right track to know if this is for you. AND YES, even Mr. Benter brought on investment money to get started as did many other in this field/genre of ‘math based’ ROIs.

I am working on a computer program related project (and recently funded that project which has not launched as of yet); however, I was referred to a very smart and nerdy (no offense) person who is seeking an angel partner, so this is not my gig, it is a referral to a party who I vetted (all of his work). If there are no ‘angels’ willing to take a calculated (and I mean that literally ‘precision calculated’) risk, then the geek behind this project will scale over a period of months (if he absolutely has to, but there are legit/logistical reasons he prefers not to; I can explain if we speak).

The project is ready to go the day an angel signs on.

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One Response to “Intriguing venture with both a high short and long-term ROI potential.”

  1. Sven Patushka on March 7, 2020 @ 10:52 pm

    Hi,
    Are you still interested in an investor?

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