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After all, the greatest obstacle that faces any investor is the mental messages which constantly bombard both the novice trader and the veteran. The constant battle of fear and greed, mixed with trade confidence or apprehension, is enough to drive even the most seasoned professional crazy. These articles are designed to give you advice based on the trials and tribulations of seasoned investors and traders. Use these articles to reinforce the lessons learned and reiterate proper techniques from the courses.


How to stand out at a Career Fair

Career fairs can be intimidating — just as the room is filled with potential opportunities; it is also filled with potential competition. Meeting recruiters and other applicants in the job force face to face can help you make a personal connection impossible to create over email or LinkedIn. It’s important to take advantage of this […]

Money moves you need to make before retirement

What you do in the five or ten years before you retire can make a major difference in the quality of your life in retirement. No matter how much you have saved and prepared, you will still need to tick items off your retirement planning checklist. Here are seven last-minute retirement maneuvers that can change […]

Dividend Paying Stocks

Retirees need to seek out methods for generating income from their accumulated savings; even a pension and Social Security along might not be enough to supply sufficient retirement income, particularly in the early retirement years. Many retirees in their 60s in fact notice that they spend a lot of money than they ever did throughout […]

How to Be a Stock Trading Genius

Remember two golden rules from the stock exchange game feelings don’t have any devote buying and selling and something must go into the market with extreme dedication. For those who have these abilities then you may easily be a market genius by using the guidelines given below. Following traits are mainly present in the majority […]

Ways An Entrepreneur Can Make No Feel Like Yes

Investors will tell you that they love to put money into startups that are scalable, and ready to scale. But what does that really mean? Simply stated, it means that your business has the potential to multiply revenue with minimal incremental cost. Ready to scale is when you have a proven product and a proven […]

Keys To Turning Business Systems Into More Profit

Successful entrepreneurs often start with a “random” idea, but they quickly focus their efforts and follow a “system” to organize their startup and maximize the clout of their activities. Too many entrepreneur “wannabes” never get past the idea stage, or strike out randomly in many directions, hoping that their passion will convince people to follow […]

Entrepreneur Mindsets That Investors Seek Out

An entrepreneur is literally “one who creates a new business.” The best new businesses are ones that have never been done before, so mastering creativity and recognizing creativity are key skills and mind-sets. But how does one recognize and nurture creativity in a person or team? In researching this question, I found a book by […]

Where the Wealthy Go to School

If you graduated from a private, Ivy League school in the U.S., congratulations, you have a better chance of being worth more than $30 million. And if you’re a financial adviser seeking to build up or build out your client list with wealthy individuals, pay attention to these findings. Research firm Wealth-X compiled a list […]

Creative ways to buy a home

The recession caused many Americans to rethink whether home ownership truly is the American dream, yet a fair number of them still prefer owning to renting. In fact, a 2013 survey commissioned by the MacArthur Foundation found that more than 7 in 10 renters hope to own some day. But with stagnant wages for the […]

Daily Habits of Hugely Successful People

The most successful people share a striking number of similar habits. Regardless of whether they’re the CEO of a technology startup, or manage a popular local neighborhood retail outlet, their reoccurring patterns of behavior often pave the way to ongoing levels of achievement. Below are six habits that hugely successful people use to maximize productivity, […]

Should I invest in ETFs or index funds

Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, and index funds are very popular with investors; both offer advantages over actively managed mutual funds. The question of whether to include them in your investment portfolio is largely decided by whether they suit your personal investment style, strategy and goals. Index funds are passively managed mutual funds designed to mirror […]

Promising Aspects For Investing in Rental Property

The first half of 2014 witnessed a house appreciation rate that surpassed even the most ambitious of expectations. Many homeowners actually feared the prospects of a subsequent housing bubble. However, as conditions have tempered, home sales have finally begun to slow down. The torrid pace that we have recently grown accustomed to appears to be […]

Finding Your First Real Estate Deal – Define Yourself As An Investor

Too many new investors believe that deals will just fall into their laps without an ounce of work to account for them. They assume that once they dedicate themselves to finding deals that they will be readily available. However, once it is evident that finding deals takes more work, it can be very frustrating to […]

Things You Need to Know If Your Kid’s Applying for College

It is college application season, the time of year when parents of high school seniors have to quickly learn about things like the Common Application, FAFSA, SATs and student loans. The sheer volume of information about the application process and the different colleges your child can choose can make your head spin. What you want […]

6 Times to Use a Debit Card Instead of a Credit Card

Credit cards are renowned for their convenience and security, but they are not the best tool for every job. The biggest problem with credit cards is the fact that cardholders can easily use them to get them into debt, which results in costly interest charges. Other potential drawbacks of credit cards include the high fees […]

Steps to Raising Venture Capital in 6 Months

Most VCs will not bet on your company after a first meeting. But when you use the right plan and the right approach, you can convert a “no” into a “yes.” Here’s the right way to get VCs to watch you long enough to bet on your success. Describe A Grand Vision. Financeable businesses require […]

Easy Things That Will Make You the Next Millionaire

Here is everything you need to know in order to make your first million. While you may be looking to make your first million off of your business alone, the fact of the matter is that becoming a millionaire does not just come about by raking in profits from your business. It arises from the […]

How to Work with Recruiters and Search Firms

How to Work with Recruiters When and how to work with recruiters is a big question for many job seekers. When does it make sense to use a search firm or a recruitment consultant to assist with your job search? If you seem to be stuck in a rut and you’re not getting enough interviews, […]

Things to Do When You Win the Lottery

You just won the Power Ball Lottery, you won’t ever have to worry about money again–right? Wrong. With good money management you–and your heirs–could live handsomely for many, many years. But from the moment that you claim that prize, you will be descended upon by vultures who want a hefty helping of those winnings. And […]

Lazy Ways To Save Money

While the experts can’t decide if the recession is nearing its end or not, we do know that there hasn’t been a tremendous surge in wages, job creation or the stock market. Consequently, most of us are staying pretty conservative on our spending. Here are a few relatively simple ways to keep an eye on […]

Secrets of Millionaire Entrepreneurs

The cost of becoming wealthy has significantly gone down since the new millennium was ushered, thanks to online opportunities. With the internet, you can not only join thousands of people worldwide in taking a snap of you at lunch and upload it Instagram but also build a vast business empire. Chances are slim that you […]

How to Rent your House

Are you looking forward to phone calls at 3am, consistently late rent, drug dealing tenants, and costly evictions? Of course not. No one wants to be a landlord with those problems. So why do so many landlords find themselves in this kind of trouble? The answer, we believe, is that most of these landlords never […]

Advantages to real estate Crowd funding

Investors have always liked real estate for the opportunity to own real property and invest in something familiar that generates returns. Will the crowd funding model for real estate prove as popular? I think it should, for three key reasons: increased accessibility, greater transparency and significantly fewer geographical limitations. Real estate crowd funding allows the […]

Guide To Online Video For Business

Do you use online video for business? Do you know which is the best type of video to improve sales or boost traffic on your site? Choosing which kind of video you want to produce depends on how you measure the return on your marketing spend. But while there are risks and rewards for each […]

Things you need to know before taking out a peer-to-peer loan

But what’s all the fuss about, anyway? Here’s a quick rundown of how the P2P lending business works — and if this alternative mode of lending could be appropriate for average consumers. The biggest difference between peer-to-peer lenders and traditional lenders is that the loans are backed by everyday investors. What do I need to […]