I was introduced recently to Karatbars and after a couple of days of asking questions, checking facts and giving it a good amount of thought, I got in. It has been a pattern for me due to my personality, that I normally jump into a venture too quick and then I take the time to digest what I just ate.
Based on this pattern you can realize that I have made many mistakes, lost a lot of money and have had frustrating experiences. Call it luck if you want, but I have also made some decisions that turned into very good experiences, like embracing the discipline of creating my own bank, following the teachings of the Infinite Banking Concept by Nelson Nash.
This has been a unique experience because I got in it as a consumer, and the benefits I have reaped from this process have been tremendous, like being able to grow my money at a steady pace thanks to a guaranteed interest and stable dividends paid into my policies regardless of market fluctuations.
I am also able to access my money for any purpose at any time no questions asked, unlike that of a 401K, IRA, or CD.
On top of that, my loved ones will be protected when I die, not if, within a set period (term insurance). But enough of this point; I have written a lot about this process already.
I want to review now the Karatbars business.
Many of you that will be introduced to this business will ask questions like: “is this a multi level marketing deal? Isn’t gold too expensive now and possible in a bubble?”
Let’s discuss the MLM multi-level marketing deal:
You have probably heard many investor gurus like Robert Kiyosaki, who talks on the subject and he favors MLM a lot. I respect Robert Kiyosaki on all his achievements, but I kind of feel uncomfortable with his endorsement since he has never been in MLM.
This is a funny way to show support for a point, but I could not resist the temptation to mention it. The truth is, you have probably heard from many others that have been successful in MLM that it is the most efficient way to go in business, and there is no way to challenge those testimonials.
The main argument against MLM is: “This is a pyramid.” What isn’t a pyramid?
Everything in capitalism is pyramid structured: the boss is on top, followed by the management, then the employees and so on going down the line.
What about Socialism? There are the directors and the rest of the population, but the directors are on top, maybe some middle managers, and then the rest of the people.
So, every economic structure is pyramid in structure. Why single MLM out?
What is so special with MLM that has given it a bad reputation?
Perhaps it is the fact that we see ordinary people all of a sudden reaping extraordinary benefits such as: going to exotic trips, driving luxury cars and receiving jaw-dropping incomes for what we would not consider hard work?
There is definitely something peculiar with MLM, and it is that very few people achieve that jaw-dropping success.
I have been in several MLMs, consuming and selling (yes, I sold, everybody sells) electronic security gadgets, vitamins, health products, gold bullion coined by countries, etc.
What is the common denominator here? They were great products, but too expensive to consume or sell, plus I did not do it right since I concentrated on the product, and as experienced multi-level marketers know and say, that is a no-no.
The fact is, you have to consume, and that is what moves the money around. But what gets you to the top is sharing the dream and lifestyle of the big earners. Why?
Be honest, we all want that. But the truth is, very few of us want to pay the dues to get that success. This is why so many people buy into the lottery.
They have the dreams; they just do not want to pay for it. They want to win it by chance and you know the odds…
So what is special about Karatbars that most people could do it and be successful?
First: You are really buying or consuming nothing!
You are basically exchanging some of your ever depreciating papers with pictures of presidents (Dollars) for sound money, “Gold”. This action moves paper money away from you but you get gold money back.
The United States constitution says gold and silver are money.
Karatbars created a system where by joining this business we can save in certified pure gold in amounts that are easy to handle for the average person; a gram of gold represents $65 dollars at the time of writing this article.
As I mentioned that Karatbars is a business, this venture has the features and advantages of being a very inexpensive way of starting and staying in business.
By exchanging your ever depreciating dollars for gold and recommending others to take advantage of the same opportunity, you are taking advantage of… actually you already are in business.
Becoming a business owner gets you many benefits, especially in the taxpaying arena. It is no secret that business owners get many benefits. Tax and government rules benefit business owners.
The product that you will be involved with (gold) does not lose value and everybody wants it. If we get to the point that it becomes an alternative or the active monetary system, everybody will benefit from it.
Prices will become more stable, and governments will be unable to abuse uncontrolled creation of fiat money, and run up more debt.
If the arguments that I presented here make sense to you and the dream of a great life, like the one of a high producer of MLM attracts you, then contact me. I will provide you with the necessary information and support to do this business right.