DALLAS, Texas, Aug. 11, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The financial crisis continues to loom and stock market uncertainty lurks at every turn. Traditional investors are watching their money disappear. That’s why Domestic Development Company is conducting a weekly investment webinar series designed to show investors how to invest in oil with a self-directed real estate IRA.

These webinars will help investors to regain control over their money with low-risk investments, superior tax credits, high annual returns and long-term cash flow.

“These solid IRA investments put the investor back in control,” says Charlie Havens, CEO, Domestic Development Company. “Other retirement accounts like 401(k)s prevent investors from having any input regarding where the best investments are. And, large ‘hidden’ fees are taken from these retirement accounts so when investors see their ‘real’ balance sheet they are severely disappointed.”

These webinars focus on self-directed real estate IRAs and are scheduled to begin on Wednesday, August 24 and will take place every Wednesday thereafter. In addition, one-on-one personal conference calls are available by appointment during regular business hours.

Havens adds that investing in oil real estate is a win-win for all parties involved.

“Oil is energy and we will always need energy, as well as the 6,000 plus products we use every day that are made from petroleum products, including everything made of plastics,” adds Havens. “It’s a safe place to invest and returns average 15 to 45 percent. We are also planning to hire about 300 people in the next few months, so when people invest in oil with a self-directed real estate IRA they are also investing in U.S. job growth.”

While some people may prefer to stick with investments such as gold, gold does not offer the same benefits as investing in oil. Investing in oil provides a monthly cash flow and a tax advantage; gold does not. In this market, these are unprecedented strengths.

This web-based seminar series will show investors how to invest in oil; how to regain control of their financial future; and how to distance themselves from volatile government and stock market investments.

About Domestic Development Company:
In business since 2004, Domestic Development Company’s mission is to provide economical and rewarding investment-grade opportunities in the oil and gas industry. It has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

The company attributes a large portion of its success to achieving reduced investor costs and higher returns by utilizing specific, proprietary strategies and integrated technological exploration methods for its revitalization to existing and capped wells. As a result, investors have substantially reduced risk and lower front-end exploration costs.

For more information, visit www.ddcoil.com or call 214-449-0834. To view a video on YouTube, visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/investinoil .

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