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Cherry Shares Daily Income
Investment That Pays
I have came across a fantastic investment opportunity! Its called Cherry Shares. Here is the website for you to look at cherryshares.com. Basically you make a extremely small investment of $50 and every day you will get interest of about 1.1% you can withdraw this interest daily or let it build up. The longer the investment plan you take out the better the return, a weekly plan pays 5.8%
I currently have $300 invested in the weekly option and for the past 3 weeks they have paid me within 2-3 hours of making a withdrawal. I did allot of research before I decided to invest and the deciding decision came from visiting this website hyip.com. This website shows all the investment websites out there and how trust worthy they are. cherryshares.com is the best website listed here.
The forum http://www.hyip.com/forum/topic?id=15484 has many many people all talking and commenting on their investments. Most people are investing $50-300 with the most at about $3000 and getting daily, weekly and monthly payouts.
My play is to reinvest all the money I make and then take out my original stake. This way I would have not lost anything. Then I will let the money build up until I can withdraw about $100 a month. I think this will be a nice target to aim for.
Please do check out this website for a extra steam of income that will broaden and diversify your income. Please leave me comments and let me know how you get on. I have worked out that for $50 investment that would earn $5 ish a week which is $ 20 a month is a pretty good return.
If you worked at a store for $10 a hour you would have $50 in one shift. You could not make this money money on HubPages for 5 hours work. Well I know I couldn't :) Here is my affiliate link: http://www.cherryshares.com/?go=591551
Beware of Scams
If you do get interesting in these types of investments please fully research your choice. Have a good browse about the internet and ask on your favourite forums. Its better to be safe than sorry. Plus there is so much choice out there it can make it a bit of a minefield making the right choice.