How to Start Investing In Real Estate at a Young Age www.biggerpockets.com/.../how-to-start-investing-real-estate-yo... by Brandon Turner - in 399 Google+ circlesFeb 9, 2013 - The comprehensive guide to Investing in Real Estate for the young and the young at heart. Learn the tips, tricks, and techniques to get started ... Make a Million Dollars - New Investor Strategy - How to Start Wholesaling How To Invest In Real Estate Without Being A Landlord : NPR www.npr.org/.../how-to-invest-in-real-estate-without-being-a-landlo... NPR Jun 13, 2013 - One of the simplest ways to invest in real estate is through a real estate investment trust. REITs generate income for investors by leasing ... 4 Why You Should Be Investing Your Money In Real Estate www.entrepreneur.com/article/228506 Entrepreneur Sep 23, 2013 - The way you invest your profits is key to your future success. Real estate investing should be a key part of your portfolio. Here's why. How to Strike It Rich: Investing in Real Estate-Kiplinger www.kiplinger.com/.../real-estate/T010-C000-S002-how-to-stri... Kiplinger Expert tips on high- and low-risk ways to cash-in on investing in real estate.
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Wahed's Halal Investing Educational Series with Sheikh Dr. Yasir Qadhi continues! In this episode, Sheikh Dr. Yasir explains what halal investing is and whether it only requires the absence of interest. To know more about the technical details Sheikh Dr. Yasir is referring to, check out this article: https://journal.wahedinvest.com/the-halal-investing-guide/ This is a free YouTube series for everyone! Happy learning!
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Stay knowledgeable by subscribing! http://bit.ly/iLiveInTheBayArea Visit my site for even more information: http://www.iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea If you pick up a copy of any major newspaper and open it to the business section, you'll commonly see headlines of extremely large real estate purchases that are usually well over $50-100 million. Most people glance at these articles and think "man it must be nice." However, most people don't realize that these extremely large transactions don't involve just one individual as a seller or buyer...in fact, only a small percentage of these super large transactions are bought or sold by just one or two people. Easily over 90%+ of these properties are bought and sold by groups, companies, retirement funds etc. So imagine you're looking at a $10 million building which needs a $3m down payment. Let's say you have a good $1 million of equity to buy the property, but that's not enough...How do you go about getting the rest of the funds without selling everything else that you own? Well first off, we know you can't go to the bank and get a loan for both the $2 million difference on the down payment AND the $7 million loan to buy the building. Also, your friends and family don't have the money for you to borrow. Instead, your real estate broker mentions to you that they know of a few individuals that look for properties just like this, but they don't have enough money to buy the place on their own either. At this point, the best chance that you and the other individuals could have in buying this building is by forming a syndication. Syndication is when two or more individuals pool their money together to buy one or more properties. They usually do this by forming an s-corp or c-corp, but most commonly they form an LLC, which I defend in my "LLC vs. TIC" video. Once everyone has their money ready, an attorney will draft a "Private Placement Memorandum", or PPM. This is basically a document that says that no one is draining their bank account, they understand the risks involved and so forth. Once this investment group is formed, the percentage you own is usually equal to the amount of money you put in. For example, let's say you put in that same $1M, and four other people put in $500,000 each, totaling $3M. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, you would own 33.3% - or one third, - and everyone else would own slightly more than 16.6% which is 1/6th. If this $10 million building generates $1 million net cash flow every year, you would get 1/3 of the proceeds, and everyone else receives their 1/6 share. The biggest problem with forming a syndication group is when the "what-if's" start happening. "What-If" the property triples in value in a few years? "What-If" the biggest anchor tenant goes dark, and leaves the building? Who's going to put more money into the group to cover the losses until you find another anchor tenant? "What-If" one person wants out of the syndication group for personal reasons? Who's going to be allowed to buy them out? These are just some of the "What-Ifs" that could happen. This is the reason why you have an attorney draft a general outline of the project goals, called a "Prospectus". It identifies what type of property you plan on attaining along with many of the common "What-If" scenarios and solutions outlined beforehand. That way everything is agreed to in writing upfront, so disputes are minimized later on. Most of the time this includes the sale of the property as well in a few years. Once the group has the PPM stating that people are not risking their entire life savings and the general goals are outlined, the broker will go out shopping. Once there's a property that has been identified, who makes the decisions to make an offer? Beforehand there will be usually one person along with the broker to make most of the decisions. Again the reason for this is to streamline everything so there aren't 5 different opinions when everyone wants the same ultimate goal. The property is then purchased, everyone's money is pooled together and the returns to each investor are divided as specified as the months and years continue on. The great thing about syndication is that you don't have to put ALL of your own money into one SINGLE property -- you can spread it out to minimize your risk. It's the same concept as to why people don't put ALL of their 401k or investment money into ONE single stock -- they put it into MULTIPLE stocks. So along with spreading your risk our so it's not all in one project, you're also able to buy some of the sizable stable real estate properties most individual investors could never afford. Or you could be involved in some larger stable deals along with some more profitable yet riskier deals as discussed in my "Value Add Properties" video. It simply depends on your appetite for return vs. possible risk...Now that's good to know.
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http://entrepreneurdex.com Former Silicon Valley VC, Damir Perge explains the reality of seed investment math for entrepreneurs and startup businesses. "This is based on my experiences as a VC. One quick thing you learn is that the more investments you make, the higher the likelihood of having at least one success. This can also be applied to products, books, films, any type of effort... the more you put out, the higher the chance that one will be a super-hit. I will show you the mathematics behind it." More videos for entrepreneurs on investing and raising money, along with in-depth article are available at http://entrepreneurdex.com
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Winners and losers if inflation skyrockets - Bankrate.com www.bankrate.com/.../investing/winners-and-losers-if-inflation-s... by Claes Bell - in 60 Google+ circles A higher inflation rate also helps homeowners who bought during the peak of the ... to manage fixed-rate debt from investments in equipment and other business ... Best Investments During Inflation ~ market folly www.marketfolly.com/2010/08/best-investments-during-inflation.html Aug 10, 2010 - So, what is the best investment during inflation? The good news is that there are a multitude of securities and assets that can protect against ... How To Invest In Times Of High Inflation [Halliburton Company ... seekingalpha.com/article/958711-how-to-invest-in-times-of-high-inflation Oct 29, 2012 - Investing in times of inflation requires a shift in our mental patterns, since prices no longer serve as reference of value. If you have lived during ... Invest in these Companies During an Inflation Bull Market - XOM ... beta.fool.com/jarrodbailey1/2013/03/05/inflation-bull...to.../25738/ Invest in these Companies During an Inflation Bull Market. By Jarrod Bailey - March 5, 2013 | Tickers: XOM, MRK, AUY | 0 Comments. Email; Print. Jarrod is a ... Inflation-Proof Investments: Go Beyond Gold and Oil with These Two ... moneymorning.com/.../inflation-proof-investments-go-beyond-gold-and... Oct 16, 2012 - In a post-QE3 world inflation can soar, but so can your profits if you're ready. Here are two ways to prepare -- and they aren't gold, silver or oil. Investing Error: Don't Use Stocks as an Inflation Hedge - DailyFinance www.dailyfinance.com/2012/.../investing-error-stocks-not-inflation-hedg...
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http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/stock-investing/best-investment-newsletters Best Investment Newsletters By www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com Many successful investors subscribe to investment newsletters. What can an investor learn from a good newsletter? And, what are the best investment newsletters? MarketWatch offers advice on this subject with their article, 10 Investment Newsletters to read besides Buffett’s. How far back does that tradition extend? In the U.S., it dates at least to the 1800s. The Wall Street Journal itself began as an investment letter in 1883, when Charles Dow and Edward Jones inaugurated “The Customer’s Afternoon Letter.” Dow and Jones changed their service’s name to Wall Street Journal in 1889. (Dow Jones also is the publisher of MarketWatch.) This is more than just a historical curiosity. Of the 200 investment letters whose performance is monitored by the Hulbert Financial Digest, no fewer than 10 have outperformed Buffett over the past 15 years - since the top of the Internet bubble, in other words. In addition, each of those 10 can boast of something else besides superior performance: They are published at least monthly, if not more frequently. None of them makes you wait a whole year, as Buffett does, to get updated insights. The newsletters listed by MarketWatch are these: Nate’s Notes; Turnaround Letter; Investment Reporter; The Prudent Speculator; Sound Advice; Investor Advisory Service; Investment Quality Trends; The Buyback Letter; Morningstar StockInvestor; Utility Forecaster Assuming that you strictly followed the advice of the newsletter the best return on investment over the last fifteen years would have been from Nate’s Notes. Does this make it the best of investment newsletters? The factor common to each of the ten best investment newsletters is that they all look for value in depressed stocks. Long Term Profits The focus of the MarketWatch article is on newsletters that recommend investing based on long term value. Is this the best approach to investing or is a short term in and out approach more profitable? There are certainly investments that pay very well over a very short term. The problem is finding these opportunities and not losing money on any of them while waiting for the big payoff. Interestingly, USA Today carries an article by Motley Fool in which the best single stock to own is said to be Warren Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway! In other words do not just read Buffet’s newsletter but rather invest in his company. In my opinion, the single best stock you can own is Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) (BRK-B). Simply put, buying Berkshire is like getting a well-diversified investment portfolio that's managed by some of the greatest minds in the investing world. Berkshire offers the only way that you can invest in companies including Geico, NetJets, and more than 50 other fully owned subsidiaries, many of which are national brands. And Berkshire's stock portfolio is a long-term investor's dream, with such favorites as Johnson & Johnson, ExxonMobil, and Wells Fargo, just to name a few. Further, I can't think of anyone I would trust more than Warren Buffett and his team of stock-pickers to invest my money wisely. A good point is that Berkshire Hathaway has several fully owned subsidiaries and the only way to invest in them is to invest in Berkshire Hathaway. Is Value Investing Conservative Investing? Value investing is based on solid fundamental analysis. If you are too conservative and afraid of changing your portfolio you may miss out on great long term profits. Money Morning suggests that investors exploit oil’s current low. If you've been eyeing a new gas-guzzling SUV as your next vehicle, you may want to reconsider that Prius once more. That's because today's low gas prices won't be around forever and oil prices aren't about to "tank" any time soon. In fact, the oil price crash has created a state of "contango," a market anomaly that savvy investors can exploit. It's presenting a rare market opportunity to profit that only comes around once every few years. These guys are not on the MarketWatch best investment newsletters list but their advice would seem to be sound. http://youtu.be/EzhW_eXuA-0
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Yale Career Panels: Investment Banking (January 23, 2013) - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/yalecareerpanels
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http://www.moneylife.in/article/moneylife-foundation-seminar-the-best-way-one-can-invest-safely/32717.html The very first step to smart investment is to understand various investment classes, the risks that they carry and how to decide what suits your needs, income level and your personal risk profile. Debashis Basu, in a session titled "Invest Smartly" explained these concepts and how to use various investment classes successfully over different time horizons. For more information visit our website : http://foundation.moneylife.in/ Register : http://moneylife.in/register/ Follow us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/moneylifedailyclinics/ Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/MoneylifeF
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Disclaimer: While the information and broad investment strategies outlined in this article are believed to be accurate and valid, the author has no knowledge of the financial and other circumstances of individual readers of this magazine. Readers should obtain their own investment advice from a suitably qualified expert before undertaking any investment.
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Disclaimer: While the information and broad investment strategies outlined in this article are believed to be accurate and valid, the author has no knowledge of the financial and other circumstances of individual readers of this magazine. Readers should obtain their own investment advice from a suitably qualified expert before undertaking any investment.
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. At TEDxIUM, Professor Bassem Kamar talks about a different kind of return on investment. Finance and politics are areas where we find today’s biggest investments, but they often lead to small, if any, returns. The biggest new return on investment is the result of our small but collective social actions. Professor Bassem Kamar is currently a consultant with the International Monetary Fund, after spending five years as an economist with the IMF Institute for Capacity Development. Originally from Egypt, he is professor of Economics and Director of Research Dissemination at IUM. Additionally, he is the owner and General Manager of Global Economic and Finance Consulting, a company providing services to governments and international institutions such as the World Bank and the European Commission, among others. Mr. Kamar is the author of “Globalization and Exchange Rate Policies” and of numerous scientific articles. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Lets talk about a potential recession, what might happen, and how you can best prepare - enjoy! Add me on Instagram: GPStephan - Avocado Toast Merch: https://bit.ly/2DhFyo3 GET $50 OFF FOR A LIMITED TIME WITH COUPON CODE: THANKYOU50 The Real Estate Agent Academy: Learn how to start and grow your career as a Real Estate Agent to a Six-Figure Income, how to best build your network of clients, expand into luxury markets, and the exact steps I’ve used to grow my business from $0 to over $125 million in sales: https://goo.gl/UFpi4c Join the private Real Estate Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/therealestatemillionairemastermind/ So first, lets talk about what’s influencing the market and what factors we should be made aware of: The first is rising interest rates: This means that the cost of borrowing money is expected to INCREASE over the next few years. When borrowing gets more expensive, you either need to RAISE prices to keep the profit margins the same - which means things get more expensive to you as the customer. Second, we’ve begun seeing the warning signs of the INVERTED YEILD CURVE - which, according to just about every article out there, the inverted yield curve has historically been associated with a high likelihood of upcoming recession. Third, we have the tariffs and the uncertainty surrounding what may or may not happen. And when it comes to investments, the ONE thing all investors dislike is UNCERTAINTY. When people are UNCERTAIN, they don’t invest, they hold cash…and that causes stock prices to fall. And fourth…we’re seeing a slow down in nearly all markets. Here’s what I think is going to happen… First, I’ve noticed QUITE a lot of what I call “gamblers fallacy.” This is the expectation that the market will drop, JUST because we’ve been in the longest bull market in HISTORY and that means it’s “overdue” and more likely to happen. Second, I believe that a lot of our “Recession Talk” is already SOMEWHAT factored into the price. Think of all the people NOT investing right now because they want to wait for lower prices…that is, in itself, self fulfilling and lowering prices. And third…no one, including myself, knows whats going to happen. No ONE. And fourth, you have so many false news articles designed to APPEAR like credible new sources so they get pumped through Facebook and Blogs for the sole purpose of manipulating you into buying their products. Well here’s the reality: First, NO ONE can predict when a recession will happen. We’ve been seeing these articles since 2013 from people who claim the recession is coming any month now. It’s never ending. You’ll read about this one expert predicting something, then another expert predicting something else, and they keep repeating themselves until eventually, one of them is right. Then they use that credibility of being right ONCE to propel them into the next opportunity. Second, it’s important you PREPARE for a recession in ways you can CONTROL: First, you CAN control whether or not you keep a 3-6 month fund in the event you lose your job or something unexpected comes up. This is absolutely ESSENTIAL for you to do. Second, you CAN control whether or not to have too many outstanding debts that might need to be paid down. If you’re over leveraged, or if you have high interest debt, it’s in your best interest to pay those off to free up cashflow in the event of a downturn. Third, you CAN control how much you spend…if you’re spending is too high, it’s important to cut those back so that you can save more money to invest. And when you DO invest, invest long term. Ideally, these are investments you should plan to keep 10-20 years. For me, I see lower prices as an opportunity. And to alleviate some of these concerns, you don’t need to just drop ALL of your money in the market at once…buy a small amount each and every month. This way, if the price goes down..you’re buying in cheaper and cheaper over time. If it goes up, you’re buying in little bit little…and anytime when it comes to investing, slow and steady wins the race. This isn’t about making an immediate 10% profit in a month…this is about investing for your future in a slow, stable way where you don’t feel stressed whether the market goes up or down. For business or one-on-one real estate investing/real estate agent consulting inquiries, you can reach me at [email protected] My ENTIRE Camera and Recording Equipment: https://www.amazon.com/shop/grahamstephan?listId=2TNWZ7RP1P1EB Favorite Credit Cards: Chase Ink 80k Bonus Point Offer - https://www.referyourchasecard.com/21/ZVSGGIXM8U American Express Platinum - http://refer.amex.us/GRAHASOxHd?XLINK=MYCP
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Highlights of the "Education Investment Landscape in India" session at the inaugural Education Investment Conclave 2013 on 2-3 October, in association with Deloitte in London. Speakers are Sandeep Aneja, CEO, Kaizen Private Equity; Mark Williams, Investment Director, Inflexion Private Equity; Katelyn Donnelly, Executive Director, Pearson Affordable Learning Fund; Anurag Agarwal, CEO, Intellecap (via video); Anand Sudarshan, ex-CEO, Manipal Education (via video). The moderator is Matilda Gosling, Research Director and Managing Partner of The Research Base. The Research Base's exclusive report "The Making of Indian Higher Education" (http://bit.ly/JH8kQP) was launched at the Conclave. You can read Intellecap's article in the India Investment Journal here [http://goo.gl/BVLd5z], Full details of the Conclave are at www.indiainvestmentconclave.com.
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From an article by The New York Times: "I don't believe in dynastic wealth", he said, calling those who grow up in wealthy circumstances "members of the lucky sperm club". Buffett has written several times of his belief that, in a market economy, the rich earn outsized rewards for their talents: A market economy creates some lopsided payoffs to participants. The right endowment of vocal chords, anatomical structure, physical strength, or mental powers can produce enormous piles of claim checks (stocks, bonds, and other forms of capital) on future national output. Proper selection of ancestors similarly can result in lifetime supplies of such tickets upon birth. If zero real investment returns diverted a bit greater portion of the national output from such stockholders to equally worthy and hardworking citizens lacking jackpot-producing talents, it would seem unlikely to pose such an insult to an equitable world as to risk Divine Intervention. His children will not inherit a significant proportion of his wealth. This is consistent with statements he has made in the past indicating his opposition to the transfer of great fortunes from one generation to the next. Buffett once commented, "I want to give my kids just enough so that they would feel that they could do anything, but not so much that they would feel like doing nothing". In June 2006, he announced a plan to give away his fortune to charity, with 83% of it going to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He pledged about the equivalent of 10 million Berkshire Hathaway Class B shares to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (worth approximately US$30.7 billion as of June 23, 2006), making it the largest charitable donation in history, and Buffett one of the leaders of philanthrocapitalism. The foundation will receive 5% of the total each July, beginning in 2006. (Significantly, however, the pledge is conditional upon the foundation's giving away each year, beginning in 2009, an amount that is at least equal to the value of the entire previous year's gift from Buffett, in addition to 5% of the foundation's net assets.) Buffett joined the Gates Foundation's board, although he did not plan to be actively involved in the foundation's investments. This is a significant shift from Buffett's previous statements, to the effect that most of his fortune would pass to his Buffett Foundation. The bulk of the estate of his wife, valued at $2.6 billion, went to there when she died in 2004. He also pledged $50-million to the Nuclear Threat Initiative, in Washington, where he began serving as an adviser in 2002. In 2006, he auctioned his 2001 Lincoln Town Car on eBay to raise money for Girls, Inc. In 2007, he auctioned a luncheon with himself that raised a final bid of $650,100 for the Glide Foundation. Later auctions raised $2,110,100, $1.68 million and $3,456,789. The winners traditionally dine with Buffett at New York's Smith and Wollensky steak house. The restaurant donates at least $10,000 to Glide each year to host the meal. In a letter to Fortune Magazine's website in 2010 Buffett remarked: My luck was accentuated by my living in a market system that sometimes produces distorted results, though overall it serves our country well... I've worked in an economy that rewards someone who saves the lives of others on a battlefield with a medal, rewards a great teacher with thank-you notes from parents, but rewards those who can detect the mispricing of securities with sums reaching into the billions. In short, fate's distribution of long straws is wildly capricious.  This statement was made as part of a joint proposal with Gates to encourage other wealthy individuals to pool parts of their fortunes for charitable purposes. On December 9, 2010, Buffett, Bill Gates, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, signed a promise they called the "Gates-Buffett Giving Pledge", in which they promised to donate to charity at least half of their wealth over time, and invited others among the wealthy to follow suit. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Buffett
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Be the first to check out our latest videos on Investopedia Video: http://www.investopedia.com/video/ Return on investment allows an investor to evaluate the performance of an investment and compare it to others in his or her portfolio. Find out how to calculate ROI and how to use to your advantage. For more on different ROI ratios, and how to use them -- check out; FYI On ROI: A Guide To Calculating Return On Investment http://www.investopedia.com/articles/basics/10/guide-to-calculating-roi.asp How To Calculate ROI For Real Estate Investments http://www.investopedia.com/articles/basics/11/calculate-roi-real-estate-investments.asp Find Quality Investments With ROIC http://www.investopedia.com/articles/fundamental/03/050603.asp CFA Level 1 Exam Prep: Financial Ratios - Return On Investment Ratios http://www.investopedia.com/exam-guide/cfa-level-1/financial-ratios/return-investment-ratios.asp
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How a long-term investment mindset in yourself leads to success, wealth, and fulfillment in life. The Ultimate Life Purpose Course - Create Your Dream Career: http://www.actualized.org/life-purpose-course Leo's Top 140 Self Help Books http://www.actualized.org/books Full Article: http://www.actualized.org/articles/how-to-invest-in-yourself
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Take a random walk down wall-street to see the revolutionary monkey-man who changed it all. Today we're talking game theory, investment strategies, the efficient market hypothesis and at the very end I have a special life announcement!!! Talk with the people: https://reddit.com/r/coffeebreak Follow the madman: Twitter: https://twitter.com/coffeebreak_YT Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeBreak42/ Support the work: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Coffee_Break Hear the music again: Cowboy Bebop OST https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/cowboy-bebop-original-soundtrack/489780131 jinsang - providah, gone https://jinsangbeats.bandcamp.com/album/confessions Read the shownotes: Burton Malkiel - A Random Walk Down Wall-Street (PDF) http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/wdaya/files/2013/03/A-Random-Walk-Down-Wall-Street.pdf Forbes: Any Monkey Can Beat the Market https://www.forbes.com/sites/rickferri/2012/12/20/any-monkey-can-beat-the-market/#699ab2df630a SPIVA 2017 Year End Score Card https://us.spindices.com/documents/spiva/spiva-us-year-end-2017.pdf Marketwatch - How HedgeFunds got beaten again https://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-hedge-fund-geniuses-got-beaten-by-monkeys-again-2015-06-25 Does Past Performance Matter - Persistence Remains Elusive https://www.ifa.com/articles/does_past_performance_matter_view_from_jones_indices/ Index Fund https://www.investopedia.com/terms/i/indexfund.asp Efficient Market Hypothesis https://www.investopedia.com/terms/e/efficientmarkethypothesis.asp Sink your teeth into more: RoboInvestors https://investorjunkie.com/44371/robo-advisors-reduce-cost-investing/ Tax Loss Harvesting https://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/taxgainlossharvesting.asp Smart-Beta ETFs https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/22/business/burton-malkiel-investment-stock-index-funds.html https://www.robeco.com/en/insights/2017/12/academic-research-absolutely-supports-smart-beta.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ financial disclaimer: This video does not constitute investment advice. No one should make any investment decision without first consulting his or her own financial advisor and conducting his or her own research and due diligence.
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Disclaimer: While the information and broad investment strategies outlined in this article are believed to be accurate and valid, the author has no knowledge of the financial and other circumstances of individual readers of this magazine. Readers should obtain their own investment advice from a suitably qualified expert before undertaking any investment.
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In finance, investment is the purchase of an asset or item with the hope that it will generate income or appreciate in the future and be sold at the higher price. It generally does not include deposits with a bank or similar institution. The term investment is usually used when referring to a long-term outlook. This is the opposite of trading or speculation, which are short-term practices involving a much higher degree of risk. Financial assets take many forms and can range from the ultra safe low return government bonds to much higher risk higher reward international stocks. A good investment strategy will diversify the portfolio according to the specified needs. The most famous and successful investor of all time is Warren Buffett. In March 2013 Forbes magazine had Warren Buffett ranked as number 2 in their Forbes 400 list. Buffett has advised in numerous articles and interviews that a good investment strategy is long term and choosing the right assets to invest in requires due diligence. Edward O. Thorp was a very successful hedge fund manager in the 1970s and 1980s that spoke of a similar approach. Another thing they both have in common is a similar approach to managing investment money. No matter how successful the fundamental pick is, without a proper money management strategy, full potential of the asset can't be reached. Both investors have been shown to use principles from the Kelly criterion for money management. Numerous interactive calculators which use the kelly criterion can be found online. In contrast, dollar (or pound etc.) cost averaging and market timing are phrases often used in marketing of collective investments and can be said to be associated with speculation. Investments are often made indirectly through intermediaries, such as pension funds, banks, brokers, and insurance companies. These institutions may pool money received from a large number of individuals into funds such as investment trusts, unit trusts, SICAVs etc. to make large scale investments. Each individual investor then has an indirect or direct claim on the assets purchased, subject to charges levied by the intermediary, which may be large and varied. It generally, does not include deposits with a bank or similar institution. Investment usually involves diversification of assets in order to avoid unnecessary and unproductive risk. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Investing Diversification refers to the number of different securities in a fund. A fund with more securities is said to be better diversified than a fund with smaller number of securities. Owning many securities reduces volatility by decreasing the impact of large price swings above or below the average return in a single security. A Wilshire 5000 index would be considered diversified, but a bio-tech ETF would not. Since some indices, such as the S&P 500 and FTSE 100, are dominated by large company stocks, an index fund may have a high percentage of the fund concentrated in a few large companies. This position represents a reduction of diversity and can lead to increased volatility and investment risk for an investor who seeks a diversified fund. Some advocate adopting a strategy of investing in every security in the world in proportion to its market capitalization, generally by investing in a collection of ETFs in proportion to their home country market capitalization. A global indexing strategy may outperform one based only on home market indexes because there may be less correlation between the returns of companies operating in different markets than between companies operating in the same market. Asset allocation is the process of determining the mix of stocks, bonds and other classes of investable assets to match the investor's risk capacity, which includes attitude towards risk, net income, net worth, knowledge about investing concepts, and time horizon. Index funds capture asset classes in a low cost and tax efficient manner and are used to design balanced portfolios. A combination of various index mutual funds or ETFs could be used to implement a full range of investment policies from low risk to high risk. In the United States, mutual funds price their assets by their current value every business day, usually at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time, when the New York Stock Exchange closes for the day. Index ETFs, in contrast, are priced during normal trading hours, usually 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern time. Index ETFs are also sometimes weighted by revenue rather than market capitalization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Index_funds
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Where to Invest Your Money [Fool.com: Retirement Center] www.fool.com/retirement/retirement02.htm Repeat after us: "Retirement savings are for retirement." Again. "Retirement savings are for retirement." Why this mantra? Simple: The best place to put your ... How should I invest the money? - Ultimate Guide to Retirement money.cnn.com/retirement/guide/basics...moneymag/index3.htm To build a nest egg large enough to see you through retirement, which may last 30 years or more, you'll need the growth that stocks provide. The stock market ... Planning for Retirement - Money 101, Lesson 13 - Money Magazine money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/money101/.../index.htm Money's guide to planning for retirement: Here are the top 10 things you need to ... How should I invest? ... How can I get the most out of my money in retirement? First steps for retirement ... - Virtues of the 401(k) - IRA investment advantages Best Retirement Investments - Money Over 55 - About.com moneyover55.about.com › ... › How to Invest › Retirement Investments If you're searching for information on retirement investments you're probably looking for an investment that will provide income for you. If so, you've come to the ... HowStuffWorks "How to Invest Your Money After Retirement" money.howstuffworks.com/.../retirement.../where-should-you-keep-... How should you invest your money after retirement? Learn how to invest your money after retirement at HowStuffWorks. How to Invest Wisely for Retirement | Nolo.com www.nolo.com › ... › Retirement Planning and Investing 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans, Keoghs, IRAs, and SEP-IRAs allow you to defer income tax on money you put aside for retirement. In addition to investing money that ... Retirement Planning - SmartMoney.com www.smartmoney.com/retirement/planning/ Retirement planning help and advise from the personal finance experts at ... To get a clearer picture of your money, consolidating old workplace accounts to an .... these funds—often billed as the only retirement investment you need—may . How to Invest for Retirement - SmartMoney.com www.smartmoney.com/invest/.../how-to-invest-for-retirement-... May 18, 2011 -- Investing for retirement is more complicated than opening an IRA or maxing out your 401(k). Catch Up on Retirement Savings - Money Into Investments ... - AARP www.aarp.org › Money › Saving & Investing Nov 19, 2012 -- When it comes to saving for retirement, many folks have a lot of catching up to do. But building your next egg isn't a lost cause. Retirement savings, investing and contributions - MSN Money articles.moneycentral.msn.com/RetirementandWills/InvestForRetirem... Saving for retirement. Advice on 401(k)s and other retirement investing choices ... (34 messages). Join the conversation on the Your Money message board ... where to invest money for retirement
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6 best ways to invest $1,000 now- MSN Money money.msn.com/...invest/6-best-ways-to-invest-dollar1000-now by Jeff Reeves - in 531 Google+ circles Here are 6 clever ways to invest $1,000 today, including some that may not ... in the 4 to 5% range, without getting a person tied up in a complex tax situation, but ... Money Girl : 8 Tips to Invest Without Too Much Risk :: Quick and ... www.quickanddirtytips.com/money.../investing/8-tips-invest-wit... by Laura Adams - in 976 Google+ circles What's the best way to get the highest return on my money without a high risk?" In this ... There are many ways to invest money outside of the financial markets. 5 Ways To Double Your Investment - Investopedia www.investopedia.com/articles/stocks/.../five-ways-double-investment.as... There's something about the idea of doubling one's money on an investment that ... to the same place, there are both quick and slow ways to double your money. 13 Ways to Make Money - wikiHow www.wikihow.com/Make-Money The secret to making money isn't working at a high-paying job, it's finding creative ... Though tedious, online surveys are often quick and painless and, for a few .... Find an occupation that pays well, and invest in the education and/or training to ... How to Make Money with Free - How to Make Money Fast - How to Save Money 5 Ways To Invest Your Money - Forbes www.forbes.com/sites/feeonlyplanner/.../5-ways-to-invest-your-money/ Apr 24, 2013 - You conduct the analysis, make decisions as to the correct asset allocation, ... You turn your investment decisions over to a money manager.
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Brief discussion on Gold and Silver coins as a viable investment. A must read: http://www.lewrockwell.com/hornberger/hornberger114.html Article 1, Section 8: The Congress shall have Power . . . To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin . . . ; To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States . . . . Article 1, Section 10: No State shall . . . coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts....
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Dr Iain Robertson, Head of Art Business at Sotheby's Institute of Art in London, discusses the state of the art market, emerging markets, and art as a passion investment. www.sothebysinstitute.com Dr Iain Robertson is head of Art Business Studies at Sotheby's Institute of Art. He was Senior Lecturer in Arts Policy & Management at City University. His books include: Understanding International Art Markets and Management (2005) (2nd edition 2013),The Art Business (2008) and 'A New Art from Emerging Markets' (2011). He was art market editor of Art Market Report and is co-series editor of Handbooks in the Art Business (SIA and Lund Humphries). He has written over one hundred articles in the arts and national press. He consults for Hana Bank, South Korea, Deloitte, Luxembourg, UBS, Global, Lisbon University and the Macao Institute in Portugal. Publications Books Understanding International Art Markets and Management. Editor (Routledge, 2005) (Chinese edition- Chongqing University Press, 2011) The Art Business. Editor with Derrick Chong (Routledge 2008) A New Art from Emerging Markets. (Lund Humphries, 2011)sole author Understanding Art Markets (second edition) (Routledge, 2013) sole author (combining Understanding Art Markets and Management and The Art Business under one title) Principles of International Art Business. Editor with Derrick Chong (Lund Humphries, 2014) Chapters in books Taiwan The International Art Markets The essential guide for collectors and investors (Kogan Page, 2008) The Art Market in Transition, the Global Economic Crisis and the Rise of Asia. Globalization and Contemporary Art. Edited by Jonathan Harris (2011) Catalogue essays Korean Odyssey. Antje Siebrecht (1993) Rembrandt the Etcher. National Museum of History, Taiwan (1996) Meditation on a theme. Brian Falconbridge, Masterpiece Art Centre, Taipei (1996) Consumer China (Tale of Two Cities, Hanart, London 2000) The Development of Art Markets and the London Contemporary Art Scene, Sungkok Museum, Seoul (2001)Fine Art Museum, Taipei (2002) Korean Contemporary Art (2005) Of Origin and Future, I-Myu, London Lee Jaehyo. Force of Nature (2009) Albermarle Gallery, London Jiang Shanqing, About the Ink Communicating through ink (2010) Korean Collective I, Albermarle gallery, London (2010) Korean Collective II, Albermarle gallery, London (2011) So didst thou travel on life's common way. The Art of Zhang Yu, Sem-Art Monaco (2012) Sequence and Pattern, Albemarle gallery, London (2012) Hiroshi Senju, Ode to Truth. Night and day, Sundaram Tagore New York (2013) Articles Over 100 articles for the arts and national press. Former Asia correspondent for the Art Newspaper GC Privé Art. A World of Luxury. www.gcprive.com
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It is no coincidence that most wealthy people invest in the stock market. While fortunes can be both made and lost, investing in stocks is one of the best ways to create financial security, independence, and generational wealth. Whether you are just beginning to save or already have a nest egg for retirement, your money should be working as efficiently and diligently for you as you did to earn it. To succeed in this, however, it is important to start with a solid understanding of how stock market investment works. This article will guide you through the process of making investment decisions and put you on the right path to becoming a successful investor. This article discusses investing in stocks specifically. For stock trading, see How to Trade Stocks. For mutual funds, see How to Decide Whether to Buy Stocks or Mutual Funds. ---------------------------------------------------- Image Attributions------------------------------------------------------- Image: Invest-in-Stocks-Step-1-Version-3 | By:Wikivisual0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/6/66/Invest-in-Stocks-Step-1-Version-3.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ -Last updated:18:38, 20 July 2015 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: Invest-in-Stocks-Step-2-Version-3 | By:Wikivisual0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/a/ac/Invest-in-Stocks-Step-2-Version-3.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ -Last updated:18:38, 20 July 2015 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: Invest-in-Stocks-Step-3-Version-3 | By:Wikivisual0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/f/f4/Invest-in-Stocks-Step-3-Version-3.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ -Last updated:18:38, 20 July 2015 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: Invest-in-Stocks-Step-4-Version-3 | By:Wikivisual0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/4/4e/Invest-in-Stocks-Step-4-Version-3.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ -Last updated:18:38, 20 July 2015 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: Invest-in-Stocks-Step-5-Version-3 | By:Wikivisual0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/3/35/Invest-in-Stocks-Step-5-Version-3.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ -Last updated:18:38, 20 July 2015 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Image: Invest-in-Stocks-Step-6-Version-3 | By:Wikivisual0 - Link:https://www.wikihow.com/images/2/25/Invest-in-Stocks-Step-6-Version-3.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ -Last updated:18:38, 20 July 2015 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website---------------------------------https://www.wikihow.com------------------- ---------------------------------------------- Expert Reviewer--//www.wikihow.com/Special:ArticleReviewers?name=michaelr.lewismichaelr.lewis ---- Michael R. Lewis ------------------------------------------------------ -------------------------References--------------------- ---http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/money101/lesson1/index2.htm ---http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/the-smarter-mutual-fund-investor/2013/11/15/set-your-goals-and-check-your-risk-before-investing ---http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articles/2014/04/07/alternatives-to-putting-20-down-on-a-home ---http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/10/retirement-savings-enough/410032/ ---https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_study ---http://money.cnn.com/tools/collegecost/collegecost.html ---http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/money101/lesson1/index2.htm ---http://money.cnn.com/tools/savingscalc/savingscalc.html ---http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/the-smarter-mutual-fund-investor/2013/11/15/set-your-goals-and-check-your-risk-before-investing ---http://www.investopedia.com/articles/pf/07/risk_tolerance.asp ---http://money.cnn.com/retirement/guide/investing_basics.moneymag/index7.htm ---http://www.morningstar.com/cover/Classroom.html ---https://www.tdameritrade.com/educationoffer.html ---http://online.stanford.edu/course/rauh-finance ---http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/find-by-topic/cat=business&.subcat=finance ---http://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/1010/how-to-invest-in-everyday-products.aspx ---h
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How And Where To Invest Money Now - Forbes www.forbes.com/sites/.../2013/.../how-and-where-to-invest-money-now/ Jul 22, 2013 - (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The Internet is crammed with hot stock tips. This article offers no such thing. But if you want to know how and where to ... News for what to invest in now Where to invest now? Or, should you wait? Daily News & Analysis - 36 minutes ago Kartik Jhaveri, CEO, Transcend Consulting, says investing in debt funds is also a good option, given that yields are high now. On Monday, the ... How You Can Invest 1000 Dollars Right Now | InvestorPlace investorplace.com › Market Insight: Financial Articles by Jeff Reeves - in 518 Google+ circles Aug 7, 2013 - youngInvestorsB.png Getting started in the investing world can often seem daunting. And more likely than not, you as a wannabe young ... Confidence Is Back! Where to Invest Now (^DJI, ^GSPC) www.fool.com/investing/.../confidence-is-back-where-to-invest-now.asp... Aug 14, 2013 - The Motley Fool - Professional investors warm up to a recovery. The Worst Investing Mistake You Could Make Now - Money Morning moneymorning.com/.../the-worst-investing-mistake-you-could-make-no... Jul 2, 2013 - The greatest threat to your investments isn't the Fed, but how you react to them... Where to Invest in Bonds Now - Barrons.com online.barrons.com/.../SB500014240527487043824045785678237092... Jun 29, 2013 - The selloff in fixed-income securities has created an opportunity for investors in municipal bonds, junk bonds and preferred shares.
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Raising money is hard. It's so hard most companies fail at it. In this video, we'll look into traction requirements, pitch decks, alternative funding sources and on how to find investors. This is seed funding for entrepreneurs. I'm the CEO of a company called Slidebean, and thousands of startups have used our platform to create their pitch decks. Their success is our success, and this is why we get involved with them and have learned a thing or to about what works, and what doesn't. I started my first company in 2011, and I failed at raising capital. I know the pain of shutting down a website you spent countless hours on, and having to email all your customers to say it's game over. The problem with my first company is that we spent too much time trying to find investors, hence we failed to notice some of the fundamental flaws in our product. For Slidebean, we raised a seed round of $800,000 which has allowed us to grow to a team of 25, increase our revenue to seven digits and become profitable in the process. And yeah, it was hard. I'm telling you this because I want you to trust my advice. I tried and failed, and I can look back and see why I got a 'NO' from most of the 142 investors I pitched. Yeah, 142 to raise $800,000. So let's talk about traction, first. I have this problem with startup press (but we love YOU, @jordanrcrook). It gives new founders a false notion of how fundraising works. You read the story of Yo, an app that just sent notifications saying 'Yo' and how they raised a $1,000,000 seed round, and you assume that's something anyone with a couple of lines of code can do. Most companies raise money AFTER getting traction. Very few companies raise money with just a prototype and no users, and certainly, NO company raises money without a fully formed founding team. The most extreme case here is tech companies that are trying to raise money to hire a CTO. This makes no sense. Tech talent is expensive, and it's scarce, and the first proof that your company is worth something is that you managed to find a full stack developer that would turn down a job at Google to work on this idea. As a CEO, you need to be able to find and convince that guy, who joins your company for the stock and not for the salary; when he could be making $150,000/yr otherwise. The reality of startup fundraising today, at least in Silicon Valley and New York, is that companies are pitching investors with traction, excellent traction. Traction usually comes in the form of revenue: tens of thousands of dollars per month, growing over +20% month-over-month. I'm not making this up, check this article by VC Elizabeth Yin. Pure play, no-revenue traction counts only when you are dealing with millions of users and fantastic retention rates. So how can you get to these numbers venture capitalists expect, if you don't have any money to start with? Yeah well, bootstrapping. We bought our domain in 2013 and started working on our product, but it was only after 18 months that we managed to get any decent money to ramp up growth. It was $100,000 from the 500 Startups program, but we'll talk about accelerators in a minute. From May 2013 through October 2014 we bootstrapped. We did part-time consulting so we could pay our bills. We had a $1,000 salary each, and we shared an apartment. It was barely enough, but the backgrounds of the three founders made up for all the talent we needed: no need to hire anyone. Our company burn rate was probably $3,500 including our 'salaries' and the services we needed. It sucked; but if you can live on a budget and put up with your co-founders while having no idea what's going to happen, you've passed a very tough test. -- Links we referred to: Check out this one for more info on how to get into an accelerator: https://slidebean.com/blog/startups/accelerator-application-500-startups?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=video-content&utm_term=seed-funding Download our Pitch Deck template: https://slidebean.com/business-presentation-templates/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=video-content&utm_term=seed-funding To Download our Managing Investors spreadsheet template sign up to FounderHub here: https://founderhub.io/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=video-content&utm_term=seed-funding Elizabeth Yin Article: https://elizabethyin.com/2018/10/18/should-you-raise-money-or-bootstrap/ ► Subscribe to our Channel Here http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=slidebean -- About Us: Slidebean is a pitch deck creation tool with hundreds of templates available to use as a starting point. Thousands of companies have used our platform to pitch investors and raise capital. ---- Follow Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/slidebean Twitter: https://twitter.com/slidebean Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/slidebean Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/slidebean
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http://www.DaytonaRealEstateInvestment.com An entertaining presentation for Daytona Real Estate Investment on Cash Flow Property. A "Secured Yield versus Speculative Yield" property provides investors with addional monthly cash flow on a renovated home with instant equity, cash flow and management. Do nothing example estimated in $5000.00 increments: $5000.00 -$200.50 Inflation Rate 25 year ave. 4.01% $4799.50 Year end-value. Verses, a solid real estate investment. What could be better than substantially improving your monthly income, balancing your portfolio and increasing your cash yield, when compared to a certificate of deposit or unsecured speculative investments. Q: How do I keep up with inflation? A: Leverage - B: A Good Buy Example: SFR Income Property Turn Key 15% ROI 60,000. Buy - Current Market 70,000.+ 750. Lease Rental Income 125. Taxes and Insurnace 50. Management 575. Net Income Monthly 6,900. Net Annual Income 5,000. to 10,000.+ Instant Equity estimated Compared to a 60,000.00 CD @ 2% Annual Interest is 1,200 annual divided by 12 monrths is 100. a month net income. FYI: The 30 year averages: From 2009-2013 USA Inflation Rate 5 year average 1.60% From 2004-2008 USA Inflation Rate 5 year average 3.18% From 1978-2004 USA Inflation Rate 25 year average 4.01% (also known as the Consumer Price Index) A 3.0% IR average is basiclly required for growth in the USA From: 1978-2008 Residential homes appreciated at 5.68% from 1978-2008 Commercial real estate preformed at a 9.99% rate from 1978-2008 ____________________________________ Article unsecured investments: Budgeting MoneyDriven by Demand Media The Average Stock Market Rate of Return by Cory Mitchell, Demand Media Google 1900 to 2011 From 1900 through to the end of 2011, if you'd invested in the 30 stocks of the Dow your average yearly return would've been an estimated 9.4 percent. Only 4.8 percent of this total return came from stocks moving higher; the rest came from dividends paid to investors from the companies in the index. Today's Highest CD Rates Compare CD Rates from FDIC Insured Banks. Plus News and Tips. bankrate.com Best Dividend Stocks 2014 7 Stocks for Your Portfolio with Maximum Dividend Yield - New Report contrarianprofits.com ________________________________________________ Blue Chips are currently at a 2.7% average yield as of 11/26/2013. Real Estate, a secured investment, rental income and appreciation adds up. A wholesale investment in real estate, can do that for you. Buy-Sell or just invest in one of our individualized LLC to substantially enhance your yield and minimize your efforts. I do all the work and you cash the check. We have first time home buyer homes and step up homes in California, Florida and surrounding areas. Link:(Click link below, to do a simple annualized calculation spread over years desired) http://tcalc.timevalue.com/all-financial-calculators/investment-calculators/investment-yield-calculator.aspx http://www.e-RETV.com (c) 2014 RETV
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Eric Schwartz, founder, chairman and CEO of Cambridge Investment Research, talks to Investment Advisor Editor in Chief John Sullivan at the 2013 Broker-Dealers of the Year roundtable in Chicago. Learn more about all four winners at www.ThinkAdvisor.com/tag/2013-broker-dealers-of-the-year.
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Where you should invest your excess time and money so you can successfully make money while you sleep, and be fulfilled at the same time. Why investing in your passions will help you pay the necessary attention that is required to keep others from squandering your money, and managing the people who manage your wealth and assets profitably long term. "Before investing in anything, always know your downside." ~ Robert Curran Click the link below to make a donation via PayPal to support my work: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&[email protected]¤cy_code=USD&item_name=UnderstandingRelationships.com Click the link below to book a phone coaching session with me personally: http://www.understandingrelationships.com/products Click the link below to get my Kindle eBook: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004QOBAPK/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B004QOBAPK&linkCode=as2&tag=understand0d4-20 Click the link below to read my FREE self-help articles: http://www.understandingrelationships.com/ From my heart to yours, Corey Wayne
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You can find more information on whether a flip or rental is the better investment here: https://investfourmore.com/2013/04/19/is-it-better-to-fix-and-flip-houses-or-buy-and-hold-rentals/ I have been getting a lot of questions about which is better to invest in first: a rental property or a house flip. This is a really tough question to answer because everyone is different and every market is different as well. I think you have to look at a number of factors including: How much money you will need to invest in each type of property. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lo1NFwc1U8Q&t=1s If your market is a good place to buy rentals. https://investfourmore.com/2017/11/27/know-rental-property-good-investment/ How long it will take to get money back out of each investment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdebOnpEOpM&t=6s There are many other things to consider as well, but if you find yourself stuck on what to do. Sometimes the best option is to buy something! Often learning with experience is the best way to learn how to do something. I have an article coming out on investfourmore.com that will go into this as well. https://investfourmore.com/2018/08/13/should-you-buy-a-flip-or-rental-as-your-first-investment/
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http://webbizkb.com/recommends/article_builder - Use this link to get a $100 discount on Article Builder fees. Article Builder is an online spinning tool that creates quality, readable articles for 130+ niches. It was created by Jonathan Leger who also created The Best Spinner. So what is Article Builder? -------------------------------------- It's a database of thousands of human-written articles on a wide range of topics. Parts of different articles are spun together to create new articles. It's done in exactly the same way as word spinners but in this case the sentences in each article are rewritten (spun by humans). Articles therefore are always readable unlike articles spun with tools that spin at the word or phrase level. The software works online through your browser and costs $297 per year (unless you use the above discount link). You can create up to 400 articles per day (so that's up to 146,000 per year) and if you ran at that capacity, each article would cost $0.002 (that's not a typo). The more you use Article Builder, the cheaper the cost of each article becomes. Autoposting To Your Blogs: --------------------------------------- Another feature of the software is that it can be set up to auto-post articles to your WordPress blogs. Articles can be published immediately or posted as drafts that you can review prior to publishing. It's a great way of keeping your blogs ticking over if you haven't the time or inclination to regularly write content for your blogs. Autoposting To SiteBuilder Elite Sites: ------------------------------------------------------- I'm the developer of SiteBuilder Elite, a website creation tool that creates traditional websites, not blogs. I've added support for Article Builder into the software so that it articles can be added on auto-pilot to sites. SiteBuilder Elite sites are designed to be hands-off with content being pulled from various sources, all on auto-pilot, though you can add your own content if you want to. See: http://www.sitebuilderelite.com Article Builder Pros ---------------------------- 1. Takes the pain out of writing content, especially if you don't know much about a topic. 2. The cost per article goes down the more you use it 3. Articles cost a lot less than having a human writer create articles for you 4. Articles are very readable, better than a word/phrase spinner will produce unless you're willing to put a lot of time into each article 5. You can create up to 400 articles per day so article marketing doesn't consume all your time. 6. Articles can be autoposted to your WordPress blogs and SiteBuilder Elite sites. Article Builder Cons ----------------------------- 1. Cost - $37/mth per year might seem like a lot to some people (but see the discount offer link at the top of this description) 2. Articles are about 70% unique. Sentences will be reused in other articles (yours or in those of other Article Builder members) 3. Articles may not always pass Copyscape. 4. Articles are general in nature about a niche for the most part though you can get articles for some specific keywords. Where Should You Use The Articles? ----------------------------------------------------- You can use the articles on your money sites but I'd recommend that they be used as occasional extra posts to keep the blog ticking over and that you write a lot of the content for your blog yourself. The articles are great for submitting to Tier 1 sites (like through Unique Article Wizard and other Web 2.0 sites) and Tier 2 sites (sites that point to your Tier 1 sites). Related Links: -------------------- Article Builder: http://webbizkb.com/recommends/article_builder Unique Article Wizard: http://webbizkb.com/recommends/unique_article_wizard SiteBuilder Elite: http://www.sitebuilderelite.com Top Design Blogs: http://www.topdesignblogs.com Auto-Posted Content For your Blog: http://www.topdesignblogs.com/other-services/content-for-your-blog/ My Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYIapMGn088hdrWoUe6NW0nRCnUn4cUg3
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Balanced Funds provide an option to invest in both Equity & Debt funds. To learn more visit https://fundguru.sbimf.com/tips-and-articles/all-about-balanced-funds Equity Funds have high returns and Debt Funds are more stable. With Balanced Fund, you do not have to invest in Equity and Debt funds separately. Instead invest in a single mutual fund "Balanced Fund" to get the benefits of both Equity & Debt funds. These funds help to diversify equity risk by exposure to debt while maintaining potential returns as well. Visit https://www.sbimf.com/en-us/hybrid-schemes/sbi-magnum-balanced-fund for further details to learn more about SBIM Magnum Balanced Fund Advantages of Balanced Fund 1. Exposure of Equity & Debt asset class - Investment in various asset classes helps in reducing the market risk & moderates the effect of a single asset class performance on the portfolio value 2. Automatic & Tactical Asset Allocation - It is operationally tedious to manage the equity and debt portfolios separately. Further, one may not be able to tactically adjust equity allocation as per market movements. Avoid such manual interventions by investing in balanced mutual fund 3. Tax Benefit - Balanced mutual funds have 65% exposure to equities due to which they are taxed like equity funds. These funds enjoy tax-free returns if the holding period is greater than one Dividends paid and received are tax-free irrespective of the holding period Visit SBI Mutual Fund to invest in "SBI Magnum Balanced Fund" today Connect with us Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SBIMF Twitter: https://twitter.com/sbifundguru Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sbi-mutual-fund Google+: http://bit.ly/SBIMFGooglePlus Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/sbimutualfund SlideShare : http://www.slideshare.net/SBIMutualFund
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Ten of Ottawa's fastest growing companies, determined by revenue growth over a three-year period, were celebrated at a cocktail event on April 25, 2013 at the Marriott Ottawa hotel. The event was organized by the Ottawa Business Journal, Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and Invest Ottawa. Click this link to read OBJ feature about the local company that had almost 1,500% revenue growth: http://www.obj.ca/Other/Special-Reports/2013-04-22/article-3224039/FASTEST-GROWING-COMPANIES-%231%3A-TUC-Brands-is-on-an-acquisition-mission/1
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Les nouveautés 2013 : retrouvez nos articles du blog, téléchargez le guide de l'immobilier 2013, consultez tous les dispositfs actuels (LMNP, Duflot, Loueur en meublé professionnel, Malraux, démembrement, nue-propriété, déficit foncier, outre-mer, monuments historiques) Extraits du site internet de Invest-Capimmo, conseillers patrimoine et investissement immobilier neuf à Besançon. N'hésitez pas à nous contacter
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August 13 (Bloomberg) -- Investing in precious stones usually means diamonds, rubies and other gems. But in many parts of Asia, jade is in demand. Bloomberg's Rosalind Chin reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Up with Susan Li." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Get FREE Audiobooks and 2 Audible Originals (and support this channel!) with a 30-day Free Trial of Audible: https://amzn.to/2zEFqhT When it comes to passive vs active investing there is always a lot of passionate people there to debate for both sides. But the question that most people ask is which strategy actually makes you more money in the end? How do you know which strategy is right for you? If you had $1000 to invest, would it be better to put it in the hands of a financial adviser to make the decisions of what to invest in or would you be better off just going with index investing? Today I’m going to do my best to answer these questions and explain the advantages to both passive and active investing. As well as figure out which strategy is truly right for you. Link to CNBC Article: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/27/active-fund-managers-rarely-beat-their-benchmarks-year-after-year.html All of my Personal Finance/Investing videos: https://goo.gl/XW5U3k All of my Book Summaries: goo.gl/xmWeaD All of my Social Skills videos: https://goo.gl/N6ikxe All of my Health Related videos: https://goo.gl/hjQ1j9 All of my Productivity videos: https://goo.gl/WguoFs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Budget That Pays You First | Reverse Budget Explained | Budgeting For Beginners" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RmnUXnBc_g -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How should I invest the money? - Ultimate Guide to Retirement money.cnn.com/retirement/guide/basics_basics.moneymag/index3.htm Everything you've always wanted to know about retirement investing - including answers to frequently asked questions about asset allocation, stocks, bonds, ... When should I start saving? - How much should I save? - When can I retire? Where to Invest Your Money [Fool.com: Retirement Center] www.fool.com/retirement/retirement02.htm by Robert Brokamp Retirement Investing ... Repeat after us: "Retirement savings are for retirement. ... If you don't need the money, it can keep growing on its merry, tax-free way. How to Invest Wisely for Retirement | Nolo.com www.nolo.com › ... › Retirement Planning and Investing There are hundreds of ways to invest for retirement. ... You want your money to grow while at the same time minimizing the risk of a big loss. Here are some ... The best investments for generating retirement income - CBS News www.cbsnews.com/.../the-best-investments-for-generating-retirement-inc... Apr 22, 2013 - 1: Invest your retirement savings, and use just the interest and ... you would have ended with more money than you started with, and you would ... Stay tuned for my next post, which discusses the best ways to buy an annuity. HowStuffWorks "How to Invest Your Money After Retirement" money.howstuffworks.com/.../retirement.../where-should-you-keep-mon... How should you invest your money after retirement? Learn how to invest your money after retirement at HowStuffWorks. How to Invest Retirement Money - 5 Things to Know - Money Over 55 moneyover55.about.com › ... › Investing Mistakes
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Part 1: https://youtu.be/X54qDwkLR4Y Part 2: https://youtu.be/gk9tePl_Eg8 Mike Stathis the #1 Investment Forecaster in the World (Published Track Record: Global Economic Analysis Dec 2014 EXCERPTS) Part 2 of 2 Original name of the video file: Global Economic Analysis Dec 2014 EXCERPTS Original date of publishing: 13 Dec 2014 Original length: 20:19 You can view the video in original length through the source link. (Both parts together uninterrupted.) Global Economic Overview AVA Investment Analytics www.avaresearch.com Mike Stathis Chief Investment Strategist & Trading Analyst December 13, 2014 Source: Posted on 17 Feb 2016 Blast from the Past - Mike Stathis Predicted the Real Estate Derivatives Meltdown in 2006 http://www.avaresearch.com/articles/economics/blast-from-the-past-mike-stathis-predicted-the-real-estate-derivatives-meltdown-in-2006 This channel is not an official channel of AVA Investment Analytics but has received prior authorization to publish the video. Any republication of the video requires authorization from AVA Investment Analytics. Tags: Global Economic Overview AVA Investment Analytics www.avaresearch.com Mike Stathis Chief Investment Strategist & Trading Analyst December 13, 2014 PPI Producer Price Index leading indicator CPI Consumer Price Index China interest rate Shanghai Composite interest cut Credit bubble short term remedy Brazil Interest rate rising the rates emerging market forecast India 4 Phases since 2008 financial crisis: 1. EMs lead recovery (2009-2011) 2. USA & Western Europe diverge from other advanced economies (2010-2012) 3. EMs weaken as USA, Japan and UK (2014) strengthen while EU weakens (2011-2014) 4. Western Europe weakens along with the rest of EU, joining EMs; USA and UK lead the way (2013-current) Investment Keys: Historically low interest rates Record corporate profits QE Quantitative Easing earnings improvements due to buybacks & cost cutting revenue growth credit risk Eurozone EU banks stability EU banks not stable China huge risk structural issues (depression) petrodollar Pros & Cons of low oil prices ………….. ………….. AVA Investment Analytics www.avaresearch.com Mike Stathis Chief Investment Strategist & Trading Analyst Mike Stathis NOT ONLY provides the world`s most accurate market forecasts, he also provides investment strategy based on general risk profiles, enabling investors to manage their portfolio like a pro. Mike Stathis`s AVA Investment Analytics forecasts are used by top fund managers and financial advisers as well as individual investors. The trading strategy integrated with the market forecasting analysis. Only a tiny handful of people in the world can consistently forecast the stock market with greater than 75% accuracy. Mike Stathis`s accuracy is approximately 95%. (Since Mike Stathis began publishing his market forecast in 2009 through current, or October 12, 2014) Go To www.avaresearch.com for more of Mike Stathis`s track record.
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http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/profitable-investing-tips/why-invest-in-dividend-stocks Why Invest in Dividend Stocks By www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com Why invest in dividend stocks? Dividend stocks are often recommended for those approaching retirement. The rationale is that you get a quarterly dividend check at a time when your income has been reduced. It turns out that investing in dividend stocks can been an excellent strategy for investors of all ages. The prospectus for the Oppenheimer Rising Dividends Fund notes the following: From 1926 through 2013, dividends have represented nearly 43% of the returns generated by the stock market, as represented by the S&P 500 index. Stocks of companies that grow and initiate new dividend payments, [such as those the Fund seeks to own] outpaced other alternatives. What makes these results even more compelling is that stocks with growing dividends have not only outperformed, but have done so with less risk. Why invest in dividend stocks? Companies that routinely pay dividends have good cash flow. They make money because they have a successful business plan. Companies that pay dividends are often easy to understand. They sell products that people want, will buy and will continue to buy into the future. And strong, stable dividend stocks typically are not bargain stocks. So, how do you find a good deal when looking for dividend stocks? Bargain Hunting Dividend Stocks The Street comes to the rescue! The publication lists their ten most undervalued dividend stocks. Dividend stocks often fall off the radars of investors looking for total returns but dividend paying stocks greatly outperformed non-dividend paying stocks from the period from 1972 through 2013. The compound annual growth rate of dividend paying stocks and non-dividend stocks from 1972 through 2013: • Dividend Paying Stocks: 9.3% per year • Non-Dividend Stocks: 2.3% per year Dividend paying stocks have been a better investment than non-dividend paying stocks over the past 40 years. Investing in dividend stocks is not the only strategy that has a long history of outperformance. Value investing has also significantly outperformed the market over long periods. Stocks with the lowest 10% of price-to-book ratios have outperformed stocks with the highest 10% of price-to-book ratios substantially from 1926 through 2013 (an 87-year study). The compound annual growth rate results: • Lowest 10% price-to-book ratio stocks: 12.6% per year • Highest 10% price-to-book ratio stocks: 8.6% per year The first suggested stock in the article is Tupperware. There is nothing glitzy about this company. It has a 14.8 P/E ratio and pays a 4.3% dividend. Read the article for more info. Those looking for solid returns over the decades look for value in well run companies that generate steady and reliable cash flow. That is why invest in dividend stocks. Picking Dividend Stocks Let us say that you are not bargain hunting but simply want the best dividend stocks for your portfolio. CNN Money has an opinion about how to pick the best dividend stocks. Disney (DIS), Starbucks (SBUX), and TJX (TJX) (parent company of T.J. Maxx) show that investing in businesses with increasing dividends and healthy fundamentals can be the key to outperforming the markets in the long term. The importance of dividend growth: According to data from Goldman Sachs, dividend stocks tend to outperform their nondividend-paying counterparts by a considerable margin over time. A $10,000 investment in nondividend stocks in 1972 would have turned into $26,417 by 2013, while investing the same amount in dividend-paying stocks would have resulted in $413,073. The point is to look for dividend growth. Companies that are solid very commonly reward their investors as sales and profits rise. Companies do not like to reduce their dividends so they only raise them when they expect continued strong cash flow. That is why invest in dividend stocks, specifically where dividends continue to go up. http://youtu.be/2dE9uN82Ar4
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http://www.curtcpa.com Seattle CPA, PFS, Curtis Erickson Seattle Investment Advisor, Lauren Vignec In Part I of the newest EricksonTV series, Curtis and Lauren begin their analysis of USA Today's "13 Investment Themes for 2013." See what they agree with and what they recommend as alternative solutions to those they disagree with. Erickson Wealth & Tax Management is a Seattle firm that specializes in financial advising, investing, accounting, and tax preparation. 200 1st Avenue West, Suite 401 Seattle, WA 98119 Phone: (206) 284-9900 Fax: (206) 289-5900 [email protected]
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Part 1: https://youtu.be/X54qDwkLR4Y Part 2: https://youtu.be/gk9tePl_Eg8 Mike Stathis the #1 Investment Forecaster in the World (Published Track Record: Global Economic Analysis Dec 2014 EXCERPTS) Part 1 of 2 Original name of the video file: Global Economic Analysis Dec 2014 EXCERPTS Original date of publishing: 13 Dec 2014 Original length: 20:19 You can view the video in original length through the source link. (Both parts together uninterrupted.) Global Economic Overview AVA Investment Analytics www.avaresearch.com Mike Stathis Chief Investment Strategist & Trading Analyst December 13, 2014 Source: Posted on 17 Feb 2016 Blast from the Past - Mike Stathis Predicted the Real Estate Derivatives Meltdown in 2006 http://www.avaresearch.com/articles/economics/blast-from-the-past-mike-stathis-predicted-the-real-estate-derivatives-meltdown-in-2006 This channel is not an official channel of AVA Investment Analytics but has received prior authorization to publish the video. Any republication of the video requires authorization from AVA Investment Analytics. Tags: Global Economic Overview AVA Investment Analytics www.avaresearch.com Mike Stathis Chief Investment Strategist & Trading Analyst December 13, 2014 PPI Producer Price Index leading indicator CPI Consumer Price Index China interest rate Shanghai Composite interest cut Credit bubble short term remedy Brazil Interest rate rising the rates emerging market forecast India 4 Phases since 2008 financial crisis: 1. EMs lead recovery (2009-2011) 2. USA & Western Europe diverge from other advanced economies (2010-2012) 3. EMs weaken as USA, Japan and UK (2014) strengthen while EU weakens (2011-2014) 4. Western Europe weakens along with the rest of EU, joining EMs; USA and UK lead the way (2013-current) Investment Keys: Historically low interest rates Record corporate profits QE Quantitative Easing earnings improvements due to buybacks & cost cutting revenue growth credit risk Eurozone EU banks stability EU banks not stable China huge risk structural issues (depression) petrodollar Pros & Cons of low oil prices ............ AVA Investment Analytics www.avaresearch.com Mike Stathis Chief Investment Strategist & Trading Analyst Mike Stathis NOT ONLY provides the world`s most accurate market forecasts, he also provides investment strategy based on general risk profiles, enabling investors to manage their portfolio like a pro. Mike Stathis`s AVA Investment Analytics forecasts are used by top fund managers and financial advisers as well as individual investors. The trading strategy integrated with the market forecasting analysis. Only a tiny handful of people in the world can consistently forecast the stock market with greater than 75% accuracy. Mike Stathis`s accuracy is approximately 95%. (Since Mike Stathis began publishing his market forecast in 2009 through current, or October 12, 2014) Go To www.avaresearch.com for more of Mike Stathis`s track record.
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http://www.obuniversity.com/ Frank Rolfe of OBUniversity.com shares a clip of his outdoor billboard investment boot camp. Frank has been in the billboard industry for many years and wants to help you learn to invest in outdoor media with his 2 day immersion outdoor advertising boot camp.
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"The Oracle of Omaha" and Coca-Cola board member, Warren Buffett sits down with Coke CEO Muhtar Kent to share his history, affection and enthusiasm for the company, KO stock and explains why he'll never sell a share. Read the article here: http://CokeURL.com/2wkj
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