Bakersfield Investment Club celebrates their one month anniversary as an accredited and recognized company with the Better Business Bureau.
February 18, 2014 (Newswire) - Bakersfield Investment Club celebrates their one month anniversary as an accredited and recognized company with the Better Business Bureau. Managers of the club expect this new acquisition to improve investor confidence and widen its customer base to not only the city of Bakersfield, but to any investor around the world who wishes to invest with them.
Bakersfield Investment Club was established in December of 2012. It's founder, Daniel Nase, created the club to offer an alternative for investors who seek a higher and safer return than what the majority of the population are used to, such as: CD's, money market accounts, bonds and mutual funds. One of the questions he asks people is "What are the banks paying on CD's these days?". Our answer: .50 to 1%.
Another reason the club was created was his father had lost about $375,000 in his retirement fund in two years between 2006 and 2008. By following a 7-11 year real estate cycle and discovering the profit power of lending notes, they happily paid all investors 33% in 2013. Real estate also increased in value 29% overall in Bakersfield during the last 12 months. The poor and middle class work for money, while the rich have their money work for them. Bakersfield Investment Club has it's eyes set on helping as many people as they can by having their money for them.
Better Business Bureau has determined that Bakersfield Investment Club meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. The only factor that slightly lowered their score is the length of time the business has been operating.
Locally owned, the club managers meet every week and welcome new investors who are eager to learn or to get started investing. For more information visit http://www.BakersfieldInvestmentClub.com.