March/April 2014 – Issue 2

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market varies, on the low end with bank-like interest rates or on the high end with costs that are sure to raise eyebrows. There’s the guys that purchase future revenues and tie payments to actual business performance and the lenders who do it on a fixed basis.

They are unified by a systematic approach to reduce risk, one that Americans have taken a great measure to manage in every other facet of their lives, shorter payment cycles. In this case, daily is king. It’s a system that should be considered for use in many other industries.

Daily Compounding Drink

Some deals don’t work out. Actually a lot don’t. For all the talk about dumping Red Bull in a blender to compound earnings at warp speed, there are some funding providers that have managed negative returns or even failed altogether. A lot of small businesses don’t survive. That’s part of life. But we can say no to all of them and claim it’s just too hard or we can find a way to make deals work. Daily payments offer the prospect of tolerating higher risk by supercharging the returns.

In a world of fractures, fractions, and problems, there is a certain tranquility in tea and crumpets. But if you can handle just a little jolt, a slight pat, and some emphatic shouts, I’ve got a drink that will rock your world.

Behold the secret of the new era, daily payments. Some financial companies simply tolerate risk. Others do it with a little razzle dazzle.

What did you have for breakfast? 


Note: The information contained herein does not constitute an offer or solicitation for the sale of any security or investment. Content is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as a substitute for legal or financial advice from a professional advisor.

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