Daryle Lambert’s 31 Club Antique & Collectible Wealth Builders Announce 7,500% Investment Gain 31 Club, the antique and fine art industry's only personal wealth building club, lead by Daryle S. Lambert, has gained 7,500% in a trading account the club started six months ago with $125.
News-Antique.com - Jan 08,2008 - Chicago, Illinois -- January 08, 2008--Daryle S. Lambert, Founder of the 31 Club, the innovative club that teaches personal wealth building using only antiques, collectibles, and fine art as its vehicle, has announced a six-month gain of approximately 7,500%, buying and selling in the marketplace using an account they started with only $125.
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, collectibles and fine arts to demonstrate to his readers and naysayers that it's possible to build an account worth a million dollars or more, over time, following his plan.
“We challenged our members and readers to join us in the race to make their first million dollars,” said Lambert. “Then we set out to walk the talk. While it might not seem like big news to have an account with about $7,500 after six months, if you considered what that $125 would have earned sitting in a savings account or in the care of a stock broker, you realize this really is big news. I don’t know what else can produce this kind of return,” he states. “There is so much money to be made in this industry, when you have a plan and follow it.”
Members of the 31 Club can follow the club’s progress by logging into the members site and checking their spread sheets for details on each transaction.
Back in October, when the group released news of their progress after 120 days, Lambert stated he hoped to have their account value at $20,000 by the end of the year. Today, the value is about $7,500, and Lambert is satisfied with that progress. “We show a gain of 7,500% right now, plus we have a couple of items awaiting sale. Being the optimist I am, I see the glass as half full. Some might say that we didn't achieve the goals we set for ourselves, however, I say we exceeded it in a tremendous fashion. If we had completed only the minimum steps as required in our book and fulfilled the suggested goals for six months, we’d be satisfied with $200 over six month's time. Instead, we chose to put our efforts on turbo charge, and in doing so, ended up with $7,500 plus a couple items left in inventory. I’ll let you be the judge,” he says.
To build personal wealth, Lambert suggests readers begin with $100, and then go through one buy/sell cycle every six months. In this way, their present lives are not drastically altered by beginning this investment program. Two cycles made each year should result in $400 the first year, while at the end of 5 years, the account value should be over $200,000. “It’s entirely possible to end up, seven years later, with an account valued at $1,500,000,” says Lambert.
“I’m wanting people to really wrap their minds around this,” he says. “People can really improve the quality