Small Investment?

maengmaeng Posts: 2subscriber Member
Guys I am looking for an investment where it involve only payment of small bills like web hosting and email marketing software and I take care of the rest. And he will own 15% of all sales and profit. Total investment requires only couple hundred dollar.
But I just can’t find people who are interested in small investment.

How do I find people who are willing to invest small amount?

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  • juninvest77juninvest77 Posts: 1subscriber Member
    Hello ,
    I am Jun Jin Am willing to venture into profitable business with you also willing to deal with you in trust and confidence ...Am an investor keen on investing in lucrative, calculated viable business, either by partnership or as a financier. in Cash, Fixed interest, Shares , Property. I will welcome any profitable business plan/proposal (Long or short term). I will be investing independently.
    To proceed, let me have your business plan/proposals
    ( [email protected] )

    Regards
    Jun Jin
  • McCandlessMcCandless Boca RatonPosts: 52subscriber Bronze Level Member

    There are a lot of investors who invest small amounts.

    I am into Financial Services Industry and I come across X number of investors investing such amount. Some buy stocks of lower prices while others invest in Mutual Funds. In fact I invest a sum of $300 in most of the NFO’s. Talk to friends and family

    PS- What may be a small amount for someone maybe be a big amount for the other investor.

  • Tuah BaoTuah Bao Posts: 119subscriber Silver Level Member

    Hi Maeng,

    If the investment is low, I personally do not think that it is worthwhile to look for an investor. You need to spend time looking for an investor, properly draw up a business plan and objectives, discuss about clauses (profit sharing), submit monthly reports to them, comply to their requirements (because ‘technically’ they are your shareholders, who invest into your company).

    Funding:

    If you really need source of fund, why not talk to your friends, family and co-workers? Alternatively, you can apply a credit card (if possible) or get crowdfunding from Kiva and KickStarter.

    Do it yourself (DIY):

    There are many free web hosting services available, while you can also get free email marketing software. Why not use the free resources first, then decide if you really need extra funding later?

    Hope it helps.


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  • Mohit ChauhanMohit Chauhan Posts: 15subscriber Bronze Level Member
    In order to get people engaged in investments, you have to first convince them why making the small investments is actually profitable for them. Until and unless they see a profit for themselves, they won't come to you. You can advertise your scheme on the net through email campaigns or publicise them through bill-boards or pamphlets. If you don't have enough money or time to do these initial PR activities for your business, why don't you try and be a stockbroker? You can learn all the share market basics and start your own brokerage firm. This business is bound to prove much profitable than starting any other investment schemes, as people tend to trust stocks and mutual funds more than other investment option. The brokerage earned through stock market trading is also quite good. Hence, it is a win-win situation for all.
    I hope this suggestion helps. At the end of the day, it is your decision and I wish you good luck with whatever you choose to decide :)
  • Mohit ChauhanMohit Chauhan Posts: 15subscriber Bronze Level Member
    edited January 21
    In order to get people engaged in investments, you have to first convince them why making the small investments is actually profitable for them. Until and unless they see a profit for themselves, they won't come to you. You can advertise your scheme on the net through email campaigns or publicise them through bill-boards or pamphlets. If you don't have enough money or time to do these initial PR activities for your business, why don't you try and be a stockbroker? You can learn all the share market basics and start your own brokerage firm. This business is bound to prove much profitable than starting any other investment schemes, as people tend to trust stocks and mutual funds more than other investment option. The brokerage earned through stock market trading is also quite good. Hence, it is a win-win situation for all.
    I hope this suggestion helps. At the end of the day, it is your decision and I wish you good luck with whatever you choose to decide :)
  • saravanansaravanan Posts: 389subscriber Silver Level Member
    1. Mutual Funds: You can begin with a small SIP contribution in an equity instrument and scale it up over time. It provides you a good chance to surpass inflation over a lengthy time period.
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