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Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
3 Reasons to Sell All Your Stocks Now

If you want to own stocks in your portfolio, be sure that you do it through vehicles that give you professional oversight like mutual funds and managed money accounts.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Will Warren Buffet Sleep Tonight?

When you are planning your financial future, ask yourself how much you can afford to lose. Do you have enough assets to absorb any kind of a loss? Make a risk tolerance survey of your assets and make sure that you have the right balance so that you can always be prepared.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
4 years ago
The History of the NY Stock Exchange

Have you ever wondered how New York’s Wall Street became the nerve center of the financial world? How did the concept of the Stock Exchange arise?

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Why The Feel Good Factor Can Be Seriously Bad for Your Investments

When planning your financial strategy, watch out for the disposition effect, when a momentary good feeling about making an immediate profit can lead to a long-term loss. Plan carefully - and think long term.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Will Using a DRIP Account Make You Rich? How to Improve Your Investment Return with Dividend Reinvestment and Compound Interest

A DRIP is a useful tool to accrue dividend income. If you like dividend paying stocks, consider adding DRIPs to your investment portfolio.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Four Good Reasons For Investing Your Money

The secret of money management is adapting your investment strategies to your needs. Do you know what you need? Read this article to find out the four main reasons for investing.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Do You Know How to Stay Ahead With the Times?

A very important part of the personal financial planning process is asset allocation. Do you have the most appropriate types of investment for you, with the correct levels of risk? Don't forget that these levels never remain static and need to be adjusted in accordance with the market situation.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Risk-Free Investments-Why the Chicken Crossed the Road

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side, of course. And if he had stayed on the sidewalk, he might have been much safer but he wouldn't have gotten anywhere. Most investments carry an element of some risk. To find out why risk-free is not always the best option in personal finance, read on.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
How to create passive income if you're not Pat Flynn or Tim Ferris

If your goal is to get rich quick, forget it. But if you're not an internet genius who can create passive income streams by blogging, you still have other options to live on interest payments and dividends. Learn about laddering bonds and CDs and see how you can build your own passive income dream.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
A Selection of Top Tips for Planning Your Financial Future

Your financial situation, like many other things in life, never remains static. Therefore one way to wealth is to keep up an ongoing financial review of your investments. Make sure to readjust your portfolio before market circumstances readjust it for you.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
A Guide to Juggling Your Investments and Your Life

Life changes quickly and your portfolio and asset allocation need to keep up with it. The best way to adapt to life's changing circumstances is to develop the art of multi-tasking and to monitor the asset allocation in your portfolio.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
A Question of Risk Strategy: How Do You Know What Works Best for You?

How do you assess the level of investment risk that is most appropriate for your financial situation? How should you choose between stocks and bonds? These are good questions for your financial planner, who often feels more like a matchmaker than a money manager.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
A Guide to the Secrets of Long Term Financial Planning

When planning your financial future, it is important to understand the meaning of a long term investment. Some investments are better for shorter periods, while others are more suitable for being left to mature over the longer term. So if you are mapping your financial planning strategy, consider your long and short term needs and which investments are better for you in your individual circumstances.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Risk Tolerance and The Art of Tactical Asset Allocation

When you consider your investment dividends, are you afraid of financial risk? Logically, the best approach for maximizing a return on investment is to create a diversified portfolio, but many of us are deterred by our fear of market risk, making us seek our profits only in places where there is the least investment risk, even if this means getting a lower return.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
4 years ago
A History of Our Financial Behavior

A History of Financial Behavior shows that we may behave more like cavemen than we would like to think. Ken Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments Company, and Forbes' portfolio strategy columnist, shared his insights on behavioral finance and how it changed (or not) throughout history.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Don't Toss Your Joe Montana Retirement Commemorative Coin

If you like gold because you like collectibles like sapphire gold ear cuffs, 14k diamond cut gold rings, or even art deco gold link bracelets, then you should go ahead and buy them. But if you're buying gold because you think it is the world's best investment, then you should do a lot of research.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
How to Spot the Difference Between an Adviser and an Advertiser

When building your financial planning strategy, there are so many tempting glossy ads and interesting smart money articles to read. But which of these investments are really good for you? And what is their true objective? To find out how to spot the difference between advertising and advice, read on.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Why Your Financial Adviser is Not a Prophet

When you are planning your financial future, it is important to find a financial advisor that you can trust. But remember, financial advisors are not prophets and cannot guarantee a sure profit from your investments.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
Should You Change Your Risk Management Strategies As You Approach Retirement?

The level of risk in your investment portfolio should change to reflect your age and stage in life. Investing in target-date funds can help manage risk as you approach retirement.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
5 years ago
How to Finance Now Your Retirement Savings Plan

The key to a successful retirement is creating a successful retirement savings plan. Do not rely on the government to support you - we all need a good pension fund. So make your financial review now and ask a money saving expert for advice.

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