Vermont Architects – STUDIO III

Thoughts and happenings from Studio III Architecture, Bristol, Vermont

Studio III architects’ Hero Wednesday, for the last week of August:

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Money often leaves ones pockets….sometimes at an alarming rate! (not good) When you can keep money in your pocket….you have money. (this is good) When you can put MORE money in your pocket….you have more money. (this is very good!)   So…what would you say to an investment tool that that boasts a risk free 50% return?!?!?! It’s a bit off the conventional “investment strategy” path…but it is definitely money in your pocket risk free….and not rocket science either….check it!   http://www.pbs.org/newshour/businessdesk/2013/06/this-investment-fits-obamas-en.html

 

Money often leaves ones pockets….sometimes at an alarming rate! (not good)
When you can keep money in your pocket….you have money. (this is good)
When you can put MORE money in your pocket….you have more money. (this is very good!)

So…what would you say to an investment tool that that boasts a risk free 50% return?!?!?!
It’s a bit off the conventional “investment strategy” path…but it is definitely money in your pocket risk free….and not rocket science either….check it!

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/businessdesk/2013/06/this-investment-fits-obamas-en.html

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Author: Studio III Architecture

Studio III Architecture is led by Vermont Architect Gregor Masefield, AIA, a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Studio III's architects are NCARB Certified and hold licenses in Vermont and New York.

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