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Doctor is Investor, Baby is the Business OwnerMuch like the doctor/baby relationship, the initial investor is the "slap in the rear end" that the business owner needs to breathe life into his idea and make it become a reality.

Ideas are a dime a dozen, but many of them never become a reality because of the lack of resources to make the idea into a business. the initial investor provides the capital to pay small salaries, inventory, advertising, marketing, and building expenses.

This money usually covers costs until the business is making enough money to increase salaries, pay all its bills, and even provide a share in the profits to the initial investor. It is difficult, however, to return the initial amount invested to the investor without jeopardizing the company's potential for growth.

That's because, just like the fees doctors charge, investments are expensive. The interest rate and/or percent of the company requested by the investor of the business owner for the money is substantial. Usually, the higher the perceived risk involved by the investor, the higher the cost for the money.ardizing the potential for future or continued growth.

There are various and unique reasons why initial investors need or would like to receive their initial investment. The Independent Stock Market can make this process easy by allowing the business owner to sell some of his liquid stock to get the money he needs to buy out the investor. As his business grows, the business owner can buy back the stock sold, if he so desires.

Throughout the ISM liquidity process, the business owner never needs to give up control over the daily operations of the business. And with ISM, the business owner can become a Phase II business and use corporate stock to purchase other companies. That gives him the ability to invest in complementary or competitive businesses, turning the baby into a doctor.