Network Marketing Vs Stock Market – Part 1 – The Numbers That Make Sense

This is a fun example for people to relate to when talking about the average Network Marketing home business. There are a lot Network Marketing businesses and most of them offer amazing compensation plans. The opportunity is very real. People are making money in this industry. There is no doubt about it and proof is everywhere.

The money made in this industry varies due to the individual, the business plan and action taken by the individual. There are very specific steps that need to be taken in order to succeed with any business.

Below will be a real life comparison between Network Marketing and a particular trade that was made in the stock exchange. This example is real and pertains to my experience with Network Marketing and an actual stock that I purchased. What I love about this example is that it is straightforward. There are no smoke and mirrors. The numbers are 100% accurate.

In February 2007 I purchased the best performing individual stock I have owned to date.

4 shares were purchased. By the end of the year (2007) I had made 134% on my investment… pretty good!

Now at the end of 2008 the same 4 shares of stock were valued at only a .01% gain on the original investment. That was due to the recession of 2009!

At the end of 2009, the stock came back! I got my money back and a little more… an exciting bounce back 149% return on investment!

Now it’s the Network Marketing Company’s turn.

I became a broker with my Company in September 2008. The investment was $448.00.

At the end of 2008 I had a 29% return on my investment in 3 months!

At the end of 2009 my Network Marketing business returned a huge 3799% gain on investment!

Network Marketing Analysis:

Percentage of Investment Return = 720%

Stock Market Analysis:

Percentage of Investment Return = 149%

Network Marketing return investment percentage is 720% versus the 149% invested in a stock.

Part 2 of this series will talk about the differences and advantages of both. It is another good article explaining the value of owning your own business.

Remember this: You are going to make a great living working for others; you are going to make a fortune working for yourself.

Leave a Reply

Next Post

Productivity and Productivity Analysis

Productivity analysis refers to the process of differentiating the actual data over the estimated data of output and input measurement and presentation. In economics, productivity is the ratio of the output production per unit of input. It may also refer to the technical efficiency of production relative to the allocation […]

You May Like