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Old 07-08-2008, 08:41 AM   #1
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secondary market for promissory notes

Is anyone aware of how one would buy or sell promissory notes? Would a bank or broker deal in these? Just curious.
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There's some guy out there preaching that this is the way to "easy wealth". Seems to have kiyosaki ring to it..........
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There's some guy out there preaching that this is the way to "easy wealth".
would seem to depend on if you're buying or selling.
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