Investments

Micro investments..

Marianeth Crockett Owner @MCIDEATIVE studio, MBA-Design Strategy, Creative strategist, Innovator, Activator

June 19th, 2019

What is your experience with micro investments? Has it been profitable for you? What industry? Thank you!

Mr. Kelly Johnson Looking for Co-founder

June 20th, 2019

I tried Kickfurther, so far lost 90% of my money.


I'm actually currently beta testing my own what would be similar to a "Micro investment" platform somewhat similar to theirs. My method has been very profitable for me, but I haven't risked anyone else's money yet as it's early stage. And so far only on a small scale. The intent of the platform is to be able to scale the number of opportunities I have, and open those opportunities to others. While navigating securities and commerce regulations at the same time.


Since you are interested in the concept, if you would like to chat, I could use your feedback as a fresh set of eyes.




Vedvyas V Cofounder & Director Maywell Electric Private Limited, Renewable Energy company

June 19th, 2019

Micro Investments has 17% to 44% returns if you invest wisely, the minimum investment starts at 1000$ to maximum of 22000$, anything which crosses quarter a million will be treated a small or medium investments. The risk factor in micro investments are amplified at 5% depends on whom or which type of project you are infusing the funds. But please don't invest on online platforms like crypto,forex,or any bullion and HYIP fakes, Though top crowdfunding websites are legitimate the returns are only at 5% to 11% and incurs a currency crunch, international transfer fee,or the strategy compliance. Let me know if you are willing to do and contact back to discuss further.

James Fairs CEO/Founder, IMI Innovations, Inc. - 10+Patents - Primary Designer and Fundraiser

June 19th, 2019

We're a collaborative software Firm, and have noted that internally-driven micro investments make us 'think leaner', and have found them to be critical at certain junctures where we were not ready to saturate, but rather needed to take, and then evaluate, critical steps. In our case, these investments have preceded the all-out market push. That push is upon us, and micro-investment platforms will not be sufficient to support it.

Shuvankar Halder Founder & Chief Adviser of Mohanogor.com

June 19th, 2019

Micro investors create lot of problems and more question after decision make for a initiative taken by the officials.

Jett T. All-round entrepreneur, ideator, engineer, writer, producer, investor, ...

June 19th, 2019

Check out KickFurther.com. They give decent returns and in a reasonable amount of time. If you want $10 to try it out you can use this referral link https://www.kickfurther.com/buyer-referral/3fdp38w6wn

Mehran Fani Cofounder & Ceo, Bitcoin mining consultant, cryptocurrency, digital marketing, entreprenuer

June 19th, 2019

Recently Cryptocurrency industry and it has been profitable-risky though!

Shuvankar Halder Founder & Chief Adviser of Mohanogor.com

Last updated on June 19th, 2019

All the big achievement comes from 3, 2 or single Investors.

E-Commerce industry is most profitable business at this moment. If you can invest at 3rd world country, then you will have the opportunity to lead the market.


Jett T. All-round entrepreneur, ideator, engineer, writer, producer, investor, ...

June 26th, 2019

Hi Kelly,


I'm an early investor in KickFurther, an have been there from the start. You are right that they had a lot of growing pains, but they are doing pretty well right now, and are well-funded for the foreseeable future.

Jett T. All-round entrepreneur, ideator, engineer, writer, producer, investor, ...

June 20th, 2019

Hi Kelly, when did you try out KickFurther? Every investment carries a risk of course but as of Q4 2017 their full portfolio (well over 100 deals) has been profitable.

Mr. Kelly Johnson Looking for Co-founder

June 20th, 2019

Jeff. I started on Kickfurther March of last year. I'm comfortable with the risk and loss I took. And hold no ill will as the decisions were mine. I still support them and what they are trying to do, but think people should know their past if considering investing in their present. I think they made some poor decisions early on, but have addressed them the best they could. There will still be risks, but hopefully as they grow, the quality of the Business's/ opportunities will as well. I do fear they made themselves un-scalable in the process of fixing their issues. I can't imagine they are bringing in enough revenue from the few listings they get to keep the doors open for too long. Hopefully they adjust before it's too late.