Produced by Dramatic Risks, Dancing Lessons, takes place in the epoch of the Second World War, when Florence Waren, the heroine, was a successful ballet dancer on the threshold of a career with the Ballet Russes. Unfortunately, Adolph Hitler had a different plan. Anyone could ask themselves, "what can one person do?" Especially if they were just a dancer. This film is about just what one person can do. Featuring Interviews and period footage, Florence Waren graces our exploration of a difficult time with poise and insight.
How do we survive? Florence Waren was a Jewish performer "hidden in the spotlight" through their contacts in the entertainment industry in Paris. From this position they were able to save other lives.
Chosen for Best Feature Documentary at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in 2011.
Now, Twitter can be brought to use with Twisplays, a simple LED sign that lets you broadcast whatever stream you want to broadcast. Whether it’s your own, your company’s, or simply a collection of the streams you follow, Twisplays share Twitter with anyone and everyone, including folks who don’t even have a Twitter account. Businesses can use this as a way to promote their business, offering last minute details and generating easy leads. Those who love Twitter but still want a life can use this in their home to stay up to date with what’s happening in the Twittersphere.
If you are frustrated with low investment or fixed income returns, I know of an investment strategy that may be interesting and financially liberating for you.
A covered call strategy does not guarantee absolute returns on your investment, especially in a down market, but it may still be what you want or need. It can give you a hefty monthly income, while being one of the most prudent stock investment strategies around.
For instance, with a covered call strategy, a $500,000 investment in the best time-tested dividend-paying stocks can return on average over 1% per month or $5,000/month without leverage - or over $10,000 month with standard 50% margin.
Would that help you survive on your nest egg?
If you are interested and would like to learn more, please call Joshua Persky at 917 650 8700.
There are two parts of Joshua Persky’s story that I think are inspiring to entrepreneurs.
The first is his ability (pardon the cliché) to transform lemons into lemonade. The first and perhaps biggest lemon for Persky is that two years ago he was working as a business valuation professional in New York. While there’s nothing inherently lemonesque about business valuation, two years ago wasn’t exactly the ideal time to be in the financial industry in New York.
The second part of his story is that he went to look for something and discovered that it wasn’t on the market. So, true to his entrepreneurial spirit, he invented it himself....