How to buy a Microsoft XBox One with $199

Monday, October 14, 2013

How to buy a Microsoft XBox One with $199


After eight years and 78,200,000 Xbox 360 sold worldwide Microsoft will release its new console Xbox One on November 22, 2013 in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States of America with a price tag of $499 USD, $499 EUR and $429 GBP.

Image credit: auremar / 123RF Stock Photo

You will need a brokerage account and at least $4,000 to do this.

I strongly suggest you to read the article How to buy a Sony Playstation 4 with $99 before you go any further. Even if you are not buying a Sony Playstation 4.

How do I make $300-$30,000 within three months?

This time we are going to invest in Sony which trades in New York under the symbol SNE and in Tokyo under the symbol 6758.

Back in January, this company was worth less than $12. Today the company is worth over $20 which means it is possible to obtain a return of 30% on your investment. Keep in mind we are only holding this company for three months because we are not trying to buy a Ferrari, we are trying to turn a small profit of $300-$30,000 within three months to buy enough Xbox Ones for your entire family or your small businesses.

When you sell short a stock, you make money when the stock goes down.

If you are not familiar with this financial strategy, then I suggest you to watch the movie The Taking of Pelham 123 starring two time Academy Award Winner Denzel Washington and two-time Academy Award Nominee John Travolta. I also recommend you to watch the film Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig and Academy Award winner Judi Dench.

Sony has been losing a lot of business in recent years, and annual sales went from $86,647,000,000 in 2011 to $72, 215, 000, 00 in 2013

The company is still the largest Consumer Electronics Company in the world by assets with over $160.3 billion as of May 2013

Unfortunately, this business is extremely difficult to manage and only 6 companies in the world can actually turn a small profit.

·         Nikon
·         Garmin
·         Fujifilm Holdings
·         Konika Minolta
·         TCL Corp
·         LG Electronics

All these companies combined made just $2.1 billion which is the same amount of money Microsoft makes EVERY TWO MONTHS. I wonder if Microsoft will buy Nikon or Konika Minolta in the future just to compete against Sony in the digital SLR camera market.

Most companies in this category are losing money. Here is a list sorted by losses:

·         Great Wall Technology
·         Nintendo
·         Olympus
·         Sharp
·         Sony
·         Panasonic

Don’t be fooled by Sony which turned a small profit of just $457,000,000 in 2013. They had to sell a few buildings to stop the bleeding, but you can only sell a building once. I still think they need to shut down more factories in Japan and move them to Mexico and Canada.


It does not matter if you sold $624,026,776 in Men in Black 3 movie tickets last year if you spend that money to pay a Japanese 55 year old electronics engineer an annual salary of $46,707.

In Japan, there is unusually low unemployment of just 4.6%, which pushes salaries, to incredibly high levels. In Canada unemployment is high at 7%, which means, you can easily hire two 45 year old electronics engineer for the same amount of money that you are currently paying in Japan.
The second company is obviously Microsoft.

Author: Alejandro GuillĂș Mendoza

No comments:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...