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How To Find A Financial Advisor You Can Trust

How To Find A Financial Advisor You Can Trust

Finding a financial advisor can be an intimidating process. It’s not just a numbers game to find who is the best at navigating the markets. It is a personal relationship, and you should get someone to listen to you and work with you to help you reach your goals. One common misconception is that only people with a lot of money to invest need a financial advisor. Everyone needs an advisor, just as everyone needs to pay an annual visit to…

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Difference Between Risky and Reckless Investing

Difference Between Risky and Reckless Investing

In the world of the Stock Exchange, there is a well-known saying “The greater risk, the greater the profitability.” I believe that interpreting that literally can lead to making important mistakes. In the first place, it would be more appropriate to say “the greater risk, the greater the expectation of profitability” because at the time of risk, taking that greater profitability is not a certainty, but only a possibility. But the most important thing in my opinion is to differentiate between controlled risk…

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How You Should React to Today’s Markets

How You Should React to Today’s Markets

4 things You Should (And Shouldnt Do) These are precarious times. The markets have been on the upswing lately, but there is a lot of volatility and uncertainty given the country’s political climate. What goes up must come down, and although the markets have reacted favorably to Trump’s policies so far, we could be one tweet away from a serious market correction (or war). With that being said, as a conservative investor, there are at least4 things you should not…

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Investing 101: Beginner Investing In the Stock Market (Part 2)

Investing 101: Beginner Investing In the Stock Market (Part 2)

Welcome back. Be sure To check Out Part 1 if you haven’t aready done so. Without further ado: Guidelines for Getting Started in Investing in the Stock Market We are going to list a series of guidelines that you must take into account to get you started in the investment world. It is imperative that you carry them out, because a lot of the success of the whole process depends on them. It does not mean that you’ll have a…

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The knock-on effects of solar panel tariffs will be huge

The knock-on effects of solar panel tariffs will be huge

We also understand the need to guard the EU against dumping by third countries. But we simply do not accept that the European Commission’s proposals would achieve that, or that they come at an acceptable cost. Even the revised proposal of a staggered introduction – which we recognise as a concession by the Commission – does not go far enough. The simple fact is that duties will still revert to the full extent by August, hardly an improvement on the…

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This Election Day, Remember Your Constitutional Right To Carelessly Misrate Structured Credit Products

This Election Day, Remember Your Constitutional Right To Carelessly Misrate Structured Credit Products

Have you finished reading Judge Jayne Jagot’s 43,000-page opinion in the Australian CPDO case yet? Good, because we’ve got to move on to other things.1 Like: what does it all mean? One obvious thing that it could mean is “nothing,” or at least not very much. The case involved $ 30 million of damages, and there seems to be an Australian class action coming that might involve more damages, but it seems unlikely that CPDOs are going to track S&P…

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