Best Ways to Invest Your Money

Everyone should be saving money for retirement, a “rainy day” emergency, or for things like putting the kids through college or starting their own business. The best ways to invest your money will have to do with what you are investing for, how long you have before you need the money, and how much risk you are willing to accept. And, the best ways to invest your money have to do with how much time and energy you can personally devote to your investments. You need to know where to invest money to get good returns over the years and […]

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When Investing Becomes Dangerous What Are Your Best Choices?

The long-term bull market is not only weakening; it is becoming a treacherous market according to Mad Money’s Jim Cramer. So, when investing becomes dangerous what are your best choices? Here is some of what Cramer says.
Between the mixed messages on U.S.-China trade and concerns about an economic slowdown, day-to-day stock-picking is becoming very challenging for the average investor, CNBC’s Jim Cramer acknowledged on Tuesday.
“We’ve got to call a spade a spade. This market isn’t just volatile, it’s treacherous,” he said after yet another turbulent trading session on Wall Street. “I don’t want the treachery, which is not going to […]

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How to Choose an Investment Advisor

It is one thing to invest your first $10,000 and another to successfully invest and manage more substantial amounts of money. First of all, when you first start out investing it is often more important to get you financial house in order than pick the right stocks! But, now what do you do with an inheritance of a quarter of a million or more. Or what if you have sold a successful business for tens of millions of dollars? At this point you are thinking that you need some sound advice about how to invest your money. This brings us […]

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Investor’s Guide to Choosing Stocks and Bonds

If you have your retirement money in a mutual fund you probably don’t know the real cost. When you find out how much of your profit is going to fund overhead you may want to simply pick your own stocks and bonds to invest in. First let’s look at the cost of a mutual fund and then look at an investor’s guide to choosing stocks and bonds.
Hidden Cost of Mutual Funds
Forbes published an insightful article about the real cost of owning a mutual fund.
In over 25 years of business, our firm has never had an initial meeting with an investor […]

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Bad Stock Investments

In the late 1980’s Japan seemed set to take over the world. The Japanese stock market was the envy of the world and the Nikkei stock index was around 39,000. Today it is less than 10,000. One of the bad stock investments of our time would have been to buy a basket of Japanese stocks […]

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Avoid Mutual Funds

When looking for a safe and profitable investment vehicle is it wise to look for or avoid mutual funds? Mutual funds are professionally managed pools of money from many investors. Mutual funds are marketed as investment products to the investing public. These vehicles are most often open ended in that investors can buy into the […]

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