How to generate cash flow by acquiring distressed businesses
DG Institute CEO and founder, Dominique Grubisa talks about a unique opportunity to generate fast cash flow in this stagnant economy. An opportunity that is NOT in property but instead is about finding underperforming or distressed businesses, taking them over with no money down, and then quickly turning them around for cash flow and profit.
The RBA is miffed.
Rates are already low, and another cut may be on the horizon. We don’t have the inflation or wage growth the economy needs.
With the property market slumping, ‘The Wealth Effect’ means we’ve all stopped spending. Bill Shorten’s claim that the ‘economy is running on empty‘ is making a lot of people very anxious.
But as Roosevelt once said, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.”
While we cannot control markets, economies, laws or politics, we can seize opportunities that present themselves in times of change.
In this video, I talk about a unique opportunity to generate fast cash flow in this stagnant economy. An opportunity that is NOT in property.
It is about finding underperforming or distressed businesses, taking them over with no money down, and then quickly turning them around for cash flow and profit.
Turning distressed businesses around
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As you may know, even though I have several successful businesses, I don’t often talk about it. My focus has been on educating people about property investing, development and wealth protection.
But I want to change tack a little. Because, right now, we have a perfect storm for simple takeovers of distressed businesses including:
- Low rates
- High household debt
- A stagnant economy
- A flood of retiring baby boomers who can’t sell their businesses
- New safe harbour laws ipso facto prohibitions
These events can play right into your hands so you can take control of underperforming and distressed businesses and then turn them around for profit with minimal outlay or risk.
Lawyer, Asset Protection Specialist and Property Educator
Dominique Grubisa is a practicing legal practitioner with over 22 years of legal and commercial experience. She is a property investor and developer, an entrepreneur with businesses in Australia and Southeast Asia, a speaker, educator, writer and published author. You may contact Dominique at firstname.lastname@example.org
This column has been written for general information purposes only. It is not intended as legal, financial or investment advice and should not be construed or relied on as such.