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Interested In Canada Business and Investment Immigration?

Invest into a Canadian business and get the opportunity to move into one of the safest country in the world along with your family as permanent residents enjoying the Canadian lifestyle. Making an investment into the Canadian business and starting up your own business in Canada will offer you the opportunity to be your own boss and also play a huge role in flourishing the Canadian economy.

Through Canada business and investment immigration program, you will get the choice of living in a city of your preference and enjoy all the merits of a Canadian economy such as high quality education, healthcare and other PR benefits. By starting up your own business, firstly you need to understand about the Canadian market and its current trends. Accordingly, you need to be aware about the different legal policies followed for starting up a business like making its registration, financial processing, etc. Even after so much of hardwork, there is no guarantee whether your business will end up in success or not. Inorder to avoid such a lengthy process, you can also think about making an investment into a franchise in Canada.

Investing into a Canadian business gives you to opportunity to run a pre-established and a successful business. Before making any investment, the applicant will have the opportunity to meet the business owners in Canada and get the preliminary information about their business processes/operations, profitability, administration, products/services etc. All the information provided to you will be accurate and authenticate because as per Canadian law, following an investment plan, the business owner is bond to provide the investor will all the accurate information about the business.

Once you end up taking a final decision then only the investment amount will be transferred to a Canadian account of your own. Followed by which, immigration process for you and your family will be carried out to move to Canada as permanent residents.

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Despite The Headlines, Birkin Bags Are Not A Better Investment Than Stocks And Gold

Don’t go ditching your 401k just yet.

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A new study is making the rounds online, claiming that an Hermès Birkin bag is a better investment than stocks and gold. But it doesn't really make sense.

The claims come from online luxury bag reseller Baghunter, which incidentally, invites readers to view its collection of “rare” Birkin bags at the top of its study. Baghunter compares returns on the S&P 500, gold and Birkins since 1980, when the bag was first produced, ultimately concluding that ahead of a potential global recession in 2016, the bags are “the safest and least volatile investment market.”

Theoretically, it makes sense that a $ 10,000 Birkin is likely to retain its value and potentially appreciate in the future given the bags' tight distribution and history of popularity, kind of like a famous painting or special antique. But it's not really comparable to a popular commodity or the stock market.

The market for Birkins is absurdly small compared to stocks and gold

The market for Birkins is absurdly small compared to stocks and gold

The websites that claim it's super easy to resell a Birkin at or above its original purchase price didn't even exist a few years ago, and may not exist a few years from now. And while the S&P 500 and gold have good and bad years, the size of each market is in the trillions and you can buy or sell instantaneously.

Thanks to the size of the stock market, if Apple shares are priced at $ 100 each, that's the price you'll be able to buy or sell them at. There's no such guarantee when it comes to rare handbags, and the returns cited by Baghunter don't take into account how easy it was to find a buyer, or the hassle of haggling over prices with a buyer or reseller.

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Investing in Birkins means you have to buy and sell in units of at least $ 10,000 which makes zero sense for a regular person

Investing in Birkins means you have to buy and sell in units of at least $ 10,000 which makes zero sense for a regular person

You can't buy or sell half a handbag.

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