How Blockchain Is Changing Corporate Giving

By Chris Bouchard  |   July 13, 2018   The blockchain refers to a public ledger technology in which each cryptocurrency transaction is digitally signed to confirm its originality and ensure that the information therein is not tampered with. As such, the operations recorded on the blockchain and the ledger itself are considered to be of the highest level of… Read More »

Mastering Short Term Trading

By Chris Bouchard  |  July 2, 2018 Short-term trading techniques involve a combination of skill, intuition, and experience by a trader. Traders make money by taking short-term positions in securities after identifying opportunities in both bull and bear markets. Mastering short-term trading requires certain attributes in a trader. The following factors are fundamental for a short-term… Read More »

Why Investing Takes Planning

By Chris Bouchard  |    June 29, 2018 Long and short-term investments take on many forms, and investing in the stock market has remained one of the most popular forms. Although the stock market has fallen under some scrutiny since the last economic plunge in the early 2000’s, it still remains the largest and most well-known… Read More »

Overweight? You’re Not Making Enough Money!

By Chris Bouchard  |   June 28, 2018 Research shows that not making enough money is associated with being overweight, mainly because there is a significant correlation between an individual’s physical wellness and that person’s mental clarity. Subsequently, there is a link between mental clarity and life satisfaction in regards to income and other primary and… Read More »

3 Tips for Short Term Investing

By Chris Bouchard  |   March 29, 2018 Today’s marketplace is competitive, especially as the traditional system takes a backseat to the global economy. Practices such as international money exchange, offshore investments, and outsourcing opportunities are constantly changing the financial landscape- some for the better, and others for the worse. But there are still opportunities, right?… Read More »

How Do You Get Rich? Reinvest Earnings!

By Chris Bouchard  |   March 29, 2018 Warren Buffett provides inspiration on how to get rich by reinvesting your profits. Together with his partner at that time, the magnate bought four more pinball machines and installed them in a barbershop using money earned from the first machine they had installed as their first investment. Buffets story… Read More »

Why are Asset Graphs Important?

By Chris Bouchard  |   March 29, 2018 Asset graphs are vital visual presentation tools for highlighting financial data in the form of network structures. Financial portfolios in the form of assets decluttering not with complex relationships that arise from different components of business including ownership, management, and geographic location among other elements. The complexity of investment… Read More »

What Makes NFP so Special?

By Chris Bouchard  |    March 29, 2018 The net financial position (NFP) of a business entity shows the difference between the net current assets and the corresponding current liabilities for a given accounting period. The NFP is special and is not to be confused with the definition of profit and loss because NFP is expressly interested… Read More »

Smart Strategies for Conservative Investors

By Chris Bouchard  |   March 29, 2018 As we enter 2018, investors are reflecting on the investment decision that made in previous years. Several considerations are in place especially with several unknowns based on the domestic and geopolitical realignments that could have an adverse impact on investment portfolios. In a season of low-risk and long-term investments,… Read More »

Top Ways to Lose Money Trading!

 By Chris Bouchard  |   March 29, 2018 Did you know that 1 out of 10 traders loses money in the financial markets when trading? Despite the damning statistics and the inherent uncertainty in the outcomes of trading, traders continue to take the risk and invest their money with the hopes of getting a return. Experienced traders… Read More »