The Right Opportunity at the Right Time in This Booming Network Marketing Economy!

by Steven Dobson · 2 comments

Every now and then the right opportunity at the right time comes along and those that get in first and ride the wave to the top make the most amount of profit associated with that opportunity because they were in the right place at the right time and took action. With all the financial turmoil going on in this world the Network Marketing industry is Booming; and Numis Network is the right opportunity at the right time to ride that wave to the top. While most are living in fear of being downsized, outsourced, or outright laid off, the network marketing industry is growing and even flourishing. I have been involved in Affiliate Marketing and Network Marketing in one form or another for years and there could not have been a more perfect opportunity and perfect timing for that opportunity than the present time. That opportunity is Numis Network and the way they are creating wealth, building wealth, and preserving wealth with their distribution of Gold and Silver MS-70 Graded Collectible Coins.

I say perfect timing because our financial system is at its worst since the Great Depression. Foreclosures are at an all time high and so are personal bankruptcies. Unemployment is the highest it’s been in decades and the Governments of the world think that they can spend their way out of our financial woes. I was told by a very smart man that the market goes in cycles and those that take advantage of those cycles stand to make a fortune. According to him our stock market is over inflated and it’s going to have to adjust before things get better. He said that the stock market should be at five times the price of gold and as of the writing of this article the Dow Jones closed at 10,607.85 and gold was trading at $1,275.60. Gold is at the highest is been in years and so is silver ($20.42 as of September 17, 2010).

With Numis Network you’re not, and I repeat not investing in gold and silver, but you’re collecting gold and silver collectible coins that based on past performance has gone up in value. An example of this would be a 1997 Silver American Eagle that may have originally sold for between $100 and $125 in 1997, but today has a value of around $500. Am I saying that this is typical, NO I’m not, because the value of a coin depends upon many things one of which is it’s condition and Numis Network only sells MS-70 Graded (on the Sheldon Scale) gold and silver coins.

According to US Mint coins that are graded MS-70 are in perfect new condition, showing no trace of wear. MS-70 graded coins are of the finest quality possible, with no evidence of scratches, handling or contact with other coins. Very few regular issue coins are ever found in this condition.

Numis Network is the perfect opportunity because they have the perfect products in gold and silver MS-70 Graded collectible coins. These are hard assets that can be given away as gifts or kept in your collection. Unlike pills, juices, powders, and soap you would want a garage full of MS-70 Graded Gold and Silver Coins. Click here to listen to a business presentation about the Numis Network opportunity from one of our top producers and find out how you can take advantage of our Special Promotional Offer before it expires. Or you can click here and join Numis Network as an Associate Representative and receive our Special Promotional Offer today!

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EmoNo Gravatar October 9, 2010 at 5:18 PM

I really think so too=P I have been poking around the web for a while today, and its kinda hard to find something entertaining to read on blogs=] Maybe thats because there are too many of them around =) But this place actually keeps catching my attention=) Great posts, and kawai design ^__^. Ill be sure to give it more visits from now on =)

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Led SpotsNo Gravatar November 24, 2010 at 6:14 PM

my father have lots and lots of collectible coins that are very precious and rare “‘”

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