Your Questions About Quick Money Making Stocks

Michael asks…

How can I make fast neopoints?

I was wondering what is a quick way to make 1,000,000 in about a month or two.

John answers:

If you’re not willing to buy the keyquest stuff, then use the stock market. You can really get some big bucks through it, and it’s not that hard.
And if you want, you can just sell a lot of stuff, and play the games that allow you to get money really quickly (ie. Fashion Fever)

Linda asks…

How do people make money from photography?

For example there are people who take nice pictures of scenery and cars, ect. and I guess they post it up on their flickr or instagram, how do these reputable photographers actually make the $$ with there albums or photos?
Reason i ask is because there’s someone who takes artistic shots of nice cars and he himself drives a lamborghini. how can you make that much money from taking nice pictures?

John answers:

The Internet can be a great way to make money, if you know how to protect yourself and watch for scams. Although with most legitimate online businesses, it takes time to make money, certain opportunities offer a faster paycheck than others. Here are a few ways you can start making money tonight, and see the fruits of your labor quickly.

1. Sell on eBay.

One of the most popular ways to make money online is selling on eBay. Tonight you might only be listing your own things for sale — items you don’t want anymore, but that someone else might be willing to pay for, such as computer items, music, movies, antiques, and collectibles. When you run out of things to sell, though, there are other options to keep your business going. For instance, some eBay stores sell other people’s things for them, and earn a commission on every sale. Another option is to comb estate sales, garage sales, flea markets, and thrift stores for items you can resell for a profit. Some sellers even make items to sell: jewelry, quilts, crocheted hats and scarves, laptop and eBook reader sleeves, and more.

The best way to get paid quickly when you list on eBay is to do a one- or three-day auction, or even better, a “Buy It Now” or fixed price listing. Make sure you price your item low enough to encourage a quick sale!

2. Sell stock photos.

Certain websites, such as iStockPhoto, allow you to put your photos and computer generated images up for sale. Every time one of your photos sells, you’ll be paid a commission. You don’t have to be a professional photographer or graphic designer, but images should be high quality.

Again, you may not see the money right away, since you’ll have to wait for your photos to sell, but this is a great opportunity for anyone who likes to take a lot of pictures with their digital camera. Most likely you will have quite a few photos on your computer already that you can sell on a stock photo website — no photography sessions required! As you become more familiar with stock photography and what sells the best, you might also decide to set up some photo shoots or start looking for good photo ops.

3. Take surveys online.

Sometimes you can take research surveys online in exchange for money or gift cards. There are quite a few sites that offer these opportunities, but be careful when choosing which ones you want to sign up with — do your research first and make sure that the site is reputable, real (not a scam), and pays in a timely manner. Surveys usually don’t pay very much, but can provide some nice additional spending money.

4. Sell an ebook.

How-to eBooks, which provide needed information to customers quickly and easily, are big sellers online. Obviously it takes time to write an eBook, so you won’t be doing that tonight. But you may have something on your computer already that you can turn into a eBook with a little bit of work. For instance, think about written assignments that you’ve done for your classes, or other documents that you hold the rights to. (Don’t use documents that you’ve written while on the clock at work, since most likely a court would find that your employer holds the rights instead of you.) With a little bit of rewriting, editing, and formatting, you can turn that work into a product that you can sell online.

There are quite a few opportunities these days for authors to self-publish eBooks. Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords all publish indie authors’ eBooks and pay a percentage of every eBook sold. You can also sell the eBook directly from your own website, which gives you a bit more control but also means that you have to figure out things like how to automatically deliver the file to customers. Advice for maximizing sales over the long term: Don’t just throw your eBook online and expect it to sell like hotcakes. Market your eBook with a blog, Twitter and Facebook pages, membership on related forums, and other online networking activities.

Only a lucky few will be able to make enough money only to quit their day jobs, but there’s no reason you can’t make a little extra income on the side. A little creativity and dedication can really pay off — literally!

William asks…

Whats a good book to learn the stock market?

Im interested in getting involved with the stock market. I would like to learn so that I can profit.
Which books are good for a beginner to read?
Also, can anyone suggest a website that will help me learn more?

John answers:

Congratulations on getting started. It’ll help you more than you know!

How to invest depends on what you already know. We’ll assume that you’re beginning since you said that you’re a beginner.

A good primer is How to Make Money in Stocks by William O’Neil. You can get it cheap just about anywhere. It’s widely available new or used.

Another good one is one of Jim Cramer’s books.

But books will only get you so far. At some point, you’ll also want to get at least a little training. There are some great education companies if you want to make the investment. or are both very good companies as is

For free, you can start by visiting That’ll get you a pretty good primer so at least you’ll understand what the markets are and what a stock is, etc. If you get a chance, watch Mad Money on CNBC. Don’t trade any of his picks. Just use the show to get you to understand some basics and get a feel for the market itself.

Next, subscribe to something like investorsbusiness daily or something like that that can help you identify good stocks.

Do a quick search (at the top of the page) on ROTH IRAs. You’ll want to put some money in there.

Once you understand stocks, go to It’s a website that’ll help you understand options (what they do, how they work, etc). You don’t need to trade them, but the more you know, the more you’ll see how options can really be the safest way to invest (once you’re educated).

As you get more advanced, you might want a technical analysis book like Murphy’s Visual Investor or A Technical Analysis Course by Meyer.

If it’s discipline (which is crucial to successful trading), probably Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas or Mastering the Trade by John Carter

I know that’s a LOT to absorb. Just take it one step at a time for now. Start slow, then as you figure things out, move out of mutual funds into ETFs and/or stocks.

Congrats again on getting started. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Hope this helps!

Paul asks…

Can anybody help me to start as Investor? I am college student and I can only afford to invest $100/month?

I am a student having F1 visa status is it possible for me to start as investor in mutual/stock market or anything in US. What are the good broker I can trust and with moderate charges.And I can access account online. As I do part time job I can spare $100 a month. I am not looking for quick money, long term would help too. Looking for Best answer.

John answers:

Because of your lack of expertise in the financial markets, i suggest you invest in an index fund. With these investment, you avoid broker fees and the hustle of having to watch every market fluctuation. Also the fact that you have relatively little to spare means that you should avoid individual stocks and bonds. Investing in index funds is good for the investor seeking to be in an investment for the long haul, like you. It will be to your advantage because you will be eating your cake and having it at the same time since you start making cash from the markets, while at the same time learning how things work. At a certain point in time, you may be able to diversify in individual stocks

Susan asks…

Do venture capitalists want their money back once the company gets established?

What happens if a VC funds a venture and the venture fails or does not make any money? Does the VC expect his/her money
How about an angel?

John answers:

Get rich quick schemes in the capitalist business world, (buyouts, IPOs, conglomerates, acquisitions, mergers, and the stock market), do not actually work. Remaining solvent does not actually exist within false economics capitalism.

Profit existing in the capitalist business world, or millionaires existing within capitalism, is pathological deception committed by the 21 organizations spying on the population with plain clothes agents, (with covert fake names and fake backgrounds).

Actual economics is the persons paying the monthly business loan payments of companies voting at work in order to control the property they are paying for.

Capitalism is the psychology of imaginary parents, false economics, and the criminal deception of employees that are paying the bills (including the stocks and bonds, or shares) of companies.

Anti-democracy republicanism is the psychology of imaginary parents, and false government.

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