Some of my locations earn as little as and some as high as 0.
Gumballs cost about 2 cents a piece and are sold for 25.
One month after you place the first machine, you could take the $25 it made and add another $175 of your own to buy your second machine.
In the third month, you take the $50 those machines made plus $150 of your own for the third machine, and so on for about six months and six locations.
How many times have you walked past a quarter candy machine in a restaurant lobby or break room?
Did it ever occur to you that starting a bulk candy vending business could give you a source of income?
The question everyone wants to know is: How much money do you make from those things?
While the income varies wildly from location to location, I conservatively average about in profit per month per location.No investment requires no effort at all after the initial setup.Even if you own a stock portfolio that someone else manages, you still have to manage your manager from time to time.I consider this low-maintenance income in my current position.As I roll more and more of my profits into bigger assets, and my time becomes more valuable, I will eventually either sell the candy business or hire someone else to run it.If you really went crazy and secured 100 locations, you might be looking at ,000.