Cold Case Hammarskjöld (2019): A must-see act of Mads Brügger’s imaginative documentary filmmaking, this is another one I stuck at Sundance that still lingers. In 1961, UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld died in an aircraft crash in Northern Rhodesia, en route to ceasefire negotiations among non-combatant UN forces and troops from the breakaway nation of Katanga. What started as conspiracy theories have evolved into a developing consensus that Hammarskjöld and 15 different humans had been shot down, inciting the UN to reopen the case on the suspicion of assassination. The rabbit holes this film goes down are in reality jaw-losing, including chilling accusations all of the manner as much as deliberate genocide. Wouldn’t be the first time.
Animated Colour opening: A joint show via abstract artists Robert Dmytruk and David Foxcroft, the latter describes his system making his shiny and complex portions: “The methodology starts with a numerous mass of picture pieces as uncooked substances, and via a protracted duration of trial and error in sorting and choosing pictures this then turns into the appearance point of constructing the college. Wherein I appoint a strategy primarily based on a random application of chosen material, a type of stacking and covering of factors, in direction to the realization of the big form and that means in the production of a concept.” The two artists’ works are a pleasing match, come stroll the room and notice for yourself now that the climate’s stopped being this type of jerk.
Edmonton Bike Swap: Lifelong biking fanatics Laura and Chris started the Alberta Bike Swap software after a few unsavory studies trying to shop for and sell bikes online. Their dream became to create a secure location for customers and sellers to come back together, and additionally to ensure riders, mainly youngsters, have access to secure, high-quality bikes. Saturday’s Edmonton Bike Swap will be held on the Edmonton EXPO Centre, in which Edmontonians can buy, sell or donate bikes. Children’s motorcycles need to be really worth $50 or greater to qualify for the swap, and this year members of SportsCentral and the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters could be available to do inspections on the bikes. When buying and selling cars you need to negotiate on every deal. Therefore, you must master the art of negotiating. Never pay full price for a car, truck or bike. Make sure to inspect the car first, know its condition, before offering an amount on the car. It’s normal to knock off $1000 off a deal but make sure you have a reason to do so. Which is why you must know a lot about cars (or have someone with you who does).
2. Know What To Buy
When buying and selling cars for profit, you need to know what is popular in your local city, country, and town because if you are trying to sell something nobody wants, what’s the purpose? You need to know what vehicles you need to buy to get the most out of your investment. Bottom line, know which cars are collectibles and are hot items in the market. Again, you must know cars.
3. Know How To Sell by Creating a Win-Win Situation
Create a simple win-win situation for you and your buyer. Make a nice profit and at the same time have the buyer feel that they got a heck of a deal. Know how to advertise to get hungry buyers calling you and get the profit you want out of that deal. The formatting of your ad is very important. Content of your ads is important as well as videos and pictures. Who wants to look at dull ads anyway?
4. Rinse and Repeat
Never run out of deals. The goal is to buy and sell a few cars a month to generate thousands in profits per month. Then, if you want to explode your profits and you feel that you understand how to buy and sell cars, move on to acquiring a dealer’s license. Once you make your first profit, start again and learn from your previous deal until you get the hang of it and be an expert in buying and selling cars.
But this industry is not for everyone. So, make sure that you have the love for cars and car flipping before you start. You will never succeed in this business if you don’t have a passion for cars.