Internet marketers are always looking to make a fast buck.

This morning alone, my newsfeed is filled with the latest dubious methods on how to make the monies with BitCoin…

Forex trading…

And even buying somebody else’s junk on eBay, then reselling it to a greater fool at a markup.

If none appeal, here are five unusual money-spinners for you instead:

1. Guitars

Classic guitars really are a sound investment.

Unlike digital currency, they’re only going UP in value!

Electric guitars from the 1950s and 1960s are most valuable…

Like the 1959 Gibson Les Paul electric which sells for up to $500,000!

2. Comics & Books

An almost mint copy of Action Comics No 1 – Superman’s debut to you and me – fetched a world-record $3.2 million in 2014.

The cost when it first hit the news-stands?

10 cents.

But, relatively new publications are worth big money too.

A signed first edition of Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone sold for $162,500 at auction in 2018.

Hardly kids stuff.

3. Classic Cars

One of the fastest growing areas for the discerning collector.

The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO is the most expensive to be sold at auction…

Fetching a cool $48 million in 2018.

4. Whisky

Some whiskies have seen their value rise by over 300 percent in the past 12 months.

A bottle of Macallan Fine and Rare 1926 sold last year for a record $1.9 million.


5. Cinema Posters

Vintage posters, especially those from cult movies, have become increasingly collectible.

In 2005, a film buff paid $700,000 for an original of the 1927 sci-fi movie, Metropolis.

Your Porky’s collection may well bring home the bacon in future!

But, for those of us who don’t have a potential goldmine stashed in the garage or basement…

The best investment I can think of is your profile here right on The Book.

Get it right, by positioning yourself as a credible authority in your niche…

And it will grow in value and pay you for years to come!

My Walker Way training lays out exactly how to do this, step-by-step, with over 5 hours of over-my-shoulder video training.

And, I teach things in it which I haven’t seen any other “organic marketing expert” mention, let alone cover in their hastily put together and incomplete training courses.

You won’t find a safer investment in these uncertain times.

Get in touch if you’re ready to rock.