October 04, 2008

We're looking to invest!

McBlogger is looking for some cash starved businesses in which we can invest. Some might call it 'vulture' investing but we prefer to think of it as 'kicking someone when they're down' investing. We're currently looking for what you might call non-traditional investments. Sure, we know financial stocks are in the toilet, but that doesn't mean we think America is down and out! Quite the contrary, we think it's the perfect time to invest in businesses that show tremendous profit potential with little in capital expenditures. Some of our areas of focus include:

  • Puppy Mills - What's not to love? Buy one good bitch, then breed her out! Don't even need particularly good food and there's no air conditioning costs!
  • Medical and low-level radioactive waste disposal - Humans produce a lot of trash when they're healthy. When they're sick, fagedaboudit! With so many companies making a killing off injection wells, we figured it was our time to step in and drink some blood!
  • Rendering plants - America needs it's fats and with the price of oil what it is, it makes sense to use this natural resource for fertilizers and fuels (plus, it'll help us deal with excess inventory from the puppy mill). Why NOT run your car off the fat from a pork chop? I mean, it's better used doing that than sitting on your ass. Which reminds me, we need to talk about your ass.
  • And NO, for the last time, we are NOT interested in the Statesman. Not even in the land underneath it. Well, we aren't at the current price. But we ARE willing to negotiate.

    Posted by mcblogger at October 4, 2008 03:19 PM

    Trackback Pings

    TrackBack URL for this entry:
    http://www.mcblogger.com/movabletype/mt-tb.cgi/3394

    Comments

    Post a comment

    Thanks for signing in, . Now you can comment. (sign out)

    (If you haven't left a comment here before, you may need to be approved by the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear on the entry. Thanks for waiting.)


    Remember me?