You want to jump on a hot trend?
Find out what the rich are doing with their hard-earned money and copy them.
Here's a good example…
James Packer recently bank-rolled two online retailers to the tune of $80 million.
…and that wasn't even enough to buy the whole company, he ended up with 40% of it, valuing it at $200 million.
Now you'd think that company would be a US-based business, but in fact it was a little, old Australian outfit called, Catch of the Day.
So, the hot trend at the moment is online retailing.
Five years ago, Catch of the Day didn't exist. It started out of a garage, selling stuff.
Today it's worth $200 million… Worth paying attention to, don't you think?
…but is Jamie just a rich kid with lots of money and taking a punt?
I don't think so.
His track-record of picking online winners has been pretty good.
– He invested $33 million in Seek.com.au and turned it into $440 million.
– He threw in a cool $100 million into carsales.com.au and now that's worth $462 million.
– He put a bit of pocket change ($20 million) into a company called PC Tools and now it's worth $60 million.
But hey, I know what you're thinking… SO WHAT?
You don't have that type of cash, and it's alright for the big boys because they've got all the contacts to create and get access to these types of deals.
Money make money, right?
But here's what's really cool.
You can actually start in this home-based business opportunity for very, very little. Exactly the way the boys from Catch of the Day did just five years ago.
In fact, you don't need a website or traffic or staff or much money at all at the beginning.
All you need is to be aware of the hot trend and start doing your own research as to how you can take advantage and build a little home-based empire doing what the big boys are doing.
More and more people are spending money online and that figure is growing in a big way every single day.
To put it into perspective, online retailing in Australia accounts for $12 billion (that's right, with a B) in online sales. If you keep abreast of the financial news, you would know that retail is dead at the moment.
But, the online segment is killing it (another hot tip).
In fact, it's got some of Australia's richest blokes who run brick and mortar businesses like Gerry Harvey from Harvey Norman and Solomon Lew from the Premier Group really worried.
It's not often that you get the rich bitching and moaning, running full-page ads in newspapers asking for the government to step in and help them out in their hour of need.
So their concerns are great news for you.
This hot home-business trend is only just forming and is in its early days.
It's just going to get bigger and bigger in the next 10 years.
The best part of this opportunity is that if you took it seriously, in the next 12 months you could potentially replace your income.
Sure, that's going to require a little bit of work, study, research and application, but hey! It beats going to a dead-end job every day.
Who knows, maybe James might come knocking on your door in 3-5 years with a big, fat cheque.
Signed with Success,