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    Investing in treasure hunters?

    I have been looking for some time for a good place to talk about treasures and alike, and I must admit this forum really covers that need. One of the reasons were that I was hoping I could dig up some financial aspects and maybe become an investor in the treasure hunting business? I heard of the two guys in Germany looking for treasures stolen in the second world war and I heard they have investors.

    So how can I get involved in the gold rush? Anyone looking for investments to start searching for the next big thing?
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Good Treasure Hunters are all ways in need of investors!
    You'll find many on here... but my best suggestion would be to go with Floyd Mann!!!
    He knows his research, and he & his team are very qualified in the field of treasure recovery!
    Go check out his Investor page on his personal treasure hunting website...
    http://www.losttreasureusa.com/OurVi...-tmp/index.htm

    Bran <><

    P.S. Here's a video with Floyd Mann... I love this video! It shows how real he is...

    [youtube=425,350]kXeCz8Z0T6g[/youtube]
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Sounds pretty interesting, anywhere else I can invest in this? I would love to post 5000$ in someone that can purchase equipment.
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?





    "5000$"

    $5,000

    Good Luck
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Floyd is awesome! I love his newsletter too! Thanks for posting the video Bran!

    I am certain you can find a lot of folks that would love to have someone invest in their treasure hunting. Good luck!
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTreasure
    Sounds pretty interesting, anywhere else I can invest in this? I would love to post 5000$ in someone that can purchase equipment.
    Sorry to say this But This is Not the way to go about this
    in my Opinion.
    You will probably get Tons of EMails from
    people trying to get your Money.
    Alot will look Official.
    There is a Whole Country out there Sitting on
    Computers offering Deals Like their Kings Fortunes
    Just for sending them A few Thousand Dollars.
    ( Ever hear of Nigeria ? )

    Look into Stocks.

    Mel Fisher, & Odyssey Marine for 2

    I'm sure there are Stock Markets in Denmark ?

    Please Be Carefull !
    Jeff
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    I could be wrong, but the last I heard but the minimum needed to invest in Mel Fisher's expeditions was $10,000.

    Great video. Thanks for posting. Floyd is a great guy. He has helped me out with some research.
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    IN REGARDS TO MEL FISHER, THERE PROGRAM OFFERS THE NOVICE A SHOT
    AT DIVING FOR YOUR OWN PIECE OF THE PIE IT'S BASED ON YOUR INVESTMENT AS TO WHAT YOUR TAKE WILL BE
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    Dec 2003
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    I should add
    My post above was not a Warning against Floyd Mann.
    I have never known him to Troll for Investors.

    My Warning is about anyone who would send you a PM or EMail
    trying to get you to invest in them.

    Check them out Thoroughly.
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Well of course, I don't want to kick in 5000$ to whatever is needed from someone sounding like a Nigeria scam. I am mainly doing this because a) already making money in regular investments such as future trading on the exchanges, b) because its different, makes you feel like a part of an Indiana Jones, and because it could prove to be a tremendous find. I would be more than happy to go together with some of my partners to invest in a real treasure mission, to anyone that could prove they had "location" market.
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  11. #11

    Apr 2003
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Good Topic !

    Thanks for the kind words about my Newsletter, etc. 7,000+ readers every 2 weeks Enjoy my FREE info. I'm just amazed that not MORE T-Net readers are not interested in being "up-to-date" on current events in the treasure hunting world !

    About investing: this is a "gamble"---NEVER invest money you cannot afford to LOSE---because THAT is a very distinct possibility ! It is just like going to a casino: you are there for "entertainment"---you will rarely win ( although I do a LOT ! ). It sickens me when I hear about people investing "family" money in something, losing it, and then their family suffers.

    ALL of MY investors sought me out---I rarely even mention that I have a TEAM, investors, etc---except in my own private Newsletter. First off---it is ILLEGAL to troll for investors---you need to go by the book. Every week I get many emails from people wanting ME to invest in THEIR site. Basicly these people want people to pay them to treasure hunt ! ( Don't we ALL wish we could get paid to do this full-time ! ? ). One guy's "business plan" was that he needed $100,000.00. When questioned as to what the money was NEEDED for, his answer was that he wanted to buy a new pickup truck, detectors, etc & have enough money to support his family for a year, while he went out to treasure hunt ! SWEET ! I want that, too ! Don't you ?

    In the 10 years that I have been doing this "professionally" I have learned that there are only about 5 U.S. treasure-hunting companies that I would recommend you invest in. These are all LEGAL corporations with a track record. If you invest in a U.S. company, at least you have some sort of recourse, should you feel you got ripped off, etc. If you invest in a foreign company---you are at their mercy, etc. ( My personal opinion )

    Over the years I've received easily over a thousand requests from various people wanting me to be "partners" with them on a site they think treasure is, etc. After I've asked all of the HARD questions, researched their site, related stories, etc., etc.,---99% fail to pass my test. Only a very few are valid & GOOD sites---so that is some indication that about 1% of the people that want money, actually have a good chance of ever re-paying you ANYTHING for your investment. I can tell you more, but hopefully you now have the insight to just be VERY careful & selective when parting with your hard-earned dollars.

    Quick Examples: over the years I've heard from various "treasure hunters" on various treasure stories such as Swift's Silver Mines, Lost Dutchman, Lue, Beale, 17-Tons, etc etc. In each of my files on these stories I have an average of lets say 6-7 different locations for EACH of these treasures. How can THAT be ? Do you want to risk your money on possibly investing in one of the six guys that are WRONG in their location ? Might as well drive down the road & throw your money out the window ! Only ONE ( or NONE ! ) of these guys can, or might, be correct. SO: you see how difficult this "business" can be ?

    ONLY invest your money, if you can stand to lose it. Invest only if you want to be part of possibly something big and you want the thrill of a Dream, cheap entertainment, bragging rights, etc. Believe it, or NOT, but I sometimes just have to turn down certain investors because they just have too high an expectation, or I "sense" that they are desperate and selling a valuable asset in order to "be in the game".

    Well---I could ramble on forever, but everybody knows how to contact me, if they have questions, etc.

    Happy Hunting & GOOD FORTUNE to ALL !

    Floyd
    FLOYD MANN
    FRMPINK@AOL.COM
    http://www.LostTreasureUSA.com
    http://www.KnightsOfTheGoldenCircle-KGC.com

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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Thanks for all the great info and advice Floyd Mann! Told ya he was da man!
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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Floyd, you are absolutely right, but on the other hand I dont expect a 5.4% interest monthly from investing in treasure hunts. I am not into life supporting people while they are out there digging holes in the beach and having a holiday at the same time. Risk is also a thing I Am used to, rarely a week goes by without one of the days or more being negative in the stock market.

    This is all for the fun of it, and I would love to find that one company that had everything ready to go, but lacked the last thing which resulted in some cash that could be invested to jump start the mission.
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    "WP"

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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Well, I was going to say that I totally agree with Jeff's comments... but I guess Floyd got wind of the thread.
    Thanks *SO* much on clearing everything up Floyd (as well as Jeff!) You really put everything into perspective, including the morals of THing. I definitely have even more respect for you than I did before!! Since I'm not terribly familiar with most of the THing companies that exist... yours was the first to come to mind, since I've read over your website alot (including the great monthly newsletters!)

    And TheTreasure, if you happen to "drive down the road & throw your money out the window"... please let this college kid know when & where!!

    Bran <><
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    Rom. 10:10 for with the heart a person believes, resulting in righteousness, and with the mouth he confesses, resulting in salvation.

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    Re: Investing in treasure hunters?

    Excellent Post's Ladies, Gentlemen. Floyd, I miss your news letter, lost it when my computer crashed. but can now renew.

    I know both sides of the coin in treasure and lost mine hunting, it can be rough, as well as exhilarating. Generally the rough side predominates.

    Don Jose de La Mancha

    p.s. I am glad that you showed discretion and didn't list TAYOPA in your questionables, otherwise your effigy would have been receiving numerous pins you know where. hehe. Hmm on second thought you prob. just plain forgot about it. sigh, sniff. ego killer.

    p.p.s. "The Treasure" you posted -->I dont expect a 5.4% interest monthly . Where can I find this type of business or investment ?? sheesh
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