22nd November
2014
The new investment forum, www.streetplayer.com is back. streetplayer.com is an investment information site for those interested in using Internet to obtain information about stocks and other securities. Our plan is to build comprehensive database of financial sites, and later on offer daily market updates, newsletters, portfolio management tools, message boards, chat rooms etc. We will cover areas of stock investing, daytrading, options trading and speculating Streetplayer.com, is a place ...
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Finance
21st November
2014
The bulls and bears of the stock market are both tempting and scary to the investors. Speculators are enchanted by the stock market's potential to help them in making quick money with a big M. While those who tread with care and caution, often shy away for fear of losing. However, the stock market is not all about speculative gains or black Tuesdays. It is a place where committed companies look for raising money to fund their activities. Serious investors can actually create wealth not only for ...
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Finance
20th November
2014
College Savings Plans So you have just carried your newborn into the house for the first time, placed him or her down into the freshly-purchased crib that you just obtained, and watched him or her drift into their first sleep under your roof. Now it’s time to head downstairs by the fire, cuddle up with your spouse, and start discussing college plans for this new little tyke. Wait, college plans? That’s right. It is never too early to start planning the future out for your child, especially ...
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Finance
19th November
2014
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Finance
18th November
2014
Copyright (c) 2008 John Nolan Investments can be a big decision, and only worth it if they provide a high return. This is why so many people ask if it is possible to get a low risk investment, and the answer is yes! Property has always been a high return investment with low risk if you know where to buy and find something affordable. There are now many Americans investing in properties in Costa Rica due to the fact that there are large growth rates as well as a low entry cost from around ...
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Finance
17th November
2014
The subject of personal finance is very broad, but as a beginning, I would like to discuss what I consider the foundation of personal finance: security. Security Security to me means that I am prepared for the "hit by a bus" scenario. I have life insurance to provide for my wife and children. Health, disability, auto and home insurance policies also provide me additional protection in their respective areas. I also have a list of where these policies are, who my agents are, phone numbers and ...
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Finance
16th November
2014
There are lots of similarities between mutual funds investments and investment clubs, and it is very nice that we understand them, as investors. The first similarity is that both are contributory funds/systems of investments. That is to say that the money being invested is not owned by an individual, rather, it belongs to different people. These are funds that are raised from the contributions by the members in of the investment clubs or contributed by different people and handed to a fund ...
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Finance
15th November
2014
/p> College Savings Plans – are they the best choice for my child? College Savings Plans, also called Section 529 plans, are one of the best ways to save for college because they offer: -Tax advantages -A variety of investment options -Flexible contribution options -Parental control -Little impact on eligibility for need-based financial aid Tax advantages Investments in 529 plans are usually exempt from federal taxes. Earnings are tax-deferred and are not subject to capital gains taxes. ...
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Finance
14th November
2014
http://www.pioneercredit.com/newsletters/articles/archive/savings_bonds_investment.asp Savings bonds are a safe way to invest some money for the future. A bond is a piece of paper that shows a person has agreed to loan money to the U.S. Government. The money you give to the government helps pay bills and programs that the United States runs. The government then pays you back with interest. Interest paid on these bonds is exempt from state and local income taxes. There are two primary types of ...
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Finance
13th November
2014
The Global Village Investment Club By William Cate Published November 2003 [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/] [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/globalvillageinves tmentclubwelcome/] Angels like to "kick the tires." Angel investors are usually living within fifty miles of your office. Because of this policy. Angel investors want to reach out and touch their risk capital investments. They'll want fifty percent equity in your business for their money. It's a losing ...
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