31 Club Antique & Collectible Wealth Builders Announce 5,000% Gain in first 120 Days 31 Club, the antiques, collectibles, and fine art industry's only wealth building club makes an investment gain of $5,000% in its first 120 days as a demonstration in wealth building to its members.
News-Antique.com - Oct 19,2007 - Chicago, Illinois –October 19, 2007--Daryle S. Lambert, Founder of the 31 Club, the unique club that focuses on building wealth using only antiques, collectibles, and fine art as its vehicle, has announced their investment gain of $5,000% in their first 120 days. Based upon the principles found in Lambert’s book, "31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles," Lambert set aside $125 dollars in an account to buy, then sell antiques. He reinvested all the money in additional purchases and then sold these new items, completing one cycle. Having completed 5 successive cycles using this method, the account now has grown in value to $5,000 – a return on investment of about five thousand percent, 120 days later.
“We challenged our members and readers to join in the race to make their first million dollars,” said Lambert, “then we set out to demonstrate how this goal can be reached by doing it ourselves, along with our members. An account with $5,000 might not seem like big news right now, but once we go through this cycle several times more, building our wealth step-by-step, watch what happens in the next 120 days.” Members can follow the club’s progress by logging into the member’s site and checking the spread sheet information.
Lambert’s goal by the end of December is to have turned $125 into $20,000. “In my book, I suggest starting an account with $100 and making a minimum amount of buys and sells each year. This way, people can go about and live their lives, work their jobs, and enjoy their families, without having to dedicating themselves full time to this endeavor. Even if a member completed only 2 successive steps each year, following the criteria established in the book, and at the very least, doubling their money on each sell, by the end of 5 years they’d have an account stashed away with a value over $100,000.”
Lambert hopes his readers and members won’t stop with $100,000. “It really starts getting interesting just past this mark,” he states. “If one continues forward just a few more steps, it’s likely an account of over $1.5 million will have your name on it.”
The 31 Club, was formed after readers urged Lambert to create a club of like-minded individuals based upon 31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles. The club is dedicated to helping members reach their financial goals through community, education and the support of one another, as well as the leadership of Lambert and the 31 Club staff.
Encouraging a shift of focus from the more common and less valuable items in the marketplace to the rare and more valuable items, the 31 Club offers a place to learn the art of buying and selling in the higher end markets and get information, assistance and support.
About Daryle S. Lambert:
Daryle S. Lambert is Author of “31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles,” founder of it’s spin-off wealth accumulation club, the 31 Club, and President