Category Archives: Investing

Risk Tolerance: To Thine Own Self Be True

By Kevin Judge | May 31, 2019 Every person has their own view and tolerance of risk. This is a critical fact in determining their investment strategy and each investor needs to have a clear understanding of what level of risk is appropriate for them and act accordingly. Some people are by nature risk averse… Read More »

Penny Stock Investing and Trading

By Ron Kaye | May 18, 2019 If you ask anyone in the finance world what they think about investing or trading penny stocks, the answer that you will probably get will be: “Don’t do it. You will lose your money since 90% of penny stock companies are scams. penny stock companies just want to… Read More »

Starting A Business – Some Things To Keep In Mind

By Marc-Eddy Drouinaud Jr  |   May 08, 2019 There are many things that are required to run a successful business. To have a business that you can hang your hat on, I would recommend that you keep these ideas in mind. 1) Build something that you believe in I learn a huge lesson from owning a company for… Read More »

Investment Lessons Learned From Warren Buffet

By Bob Tom  |   July 10, 2018 Most people try to invest and make money but they often end up suffering losses as they make the same mistakes over and over again. Wannabe investors should try to learn and emulate the mind sets of rich people such as Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Dell and… Read More »

Top Financial Tips for Millennials

By Patrick Redo   Are you a millennial who feels overwhelmed trying to manage your finances? Are you getting the most out of your money? Financial literacy is not often taught in schools and they don’t do a great job preparing their graduates to manage their finances. So when you’re out of college and start… Read More »

Why Do You Want To OWN A Home?

By Richard Brody  |   September 5, 2018 Although home ownership, is often, considered, a key component, of the so – called, American Dream, each individual, must consider, seriously, why he would want to own a home, and whether it would be, in his personal best – interest! Owing a home, of one’s OWN, is often, the most wonderful experience,… Read More »

Income Investing Paradox: High Dividend Equity ETFs and Mutual Funds

By Steve Selengut | August 30, 2018 Several years ago, while fielding questions at an AAII (American Association of Individual Investors) meeting in Northeast NJ, a comparison was made between a professionally directed “Market Cycle Investment Management” (MCIM) portfolio and any of several “High Dividend Select” equity ETFs. My response was: what’s better for retirement… Read More »

All Real Estate Is Local! 6 Examples

Richard Brody  |  July 27, 2018 One of the realities of real estate is, most things are local, and every specific market, is unique, or different, in some, specific way. We often read, or hear in the national media, about certain housing trends, tendencies, challenges, and opportunities, some of which might, also, apply to your local… Read More »

Crowdfunding Opp Opens Door to Invest in Music Innovation

(NewsUSA) | July 15, 2018 DigiTrax Entertainment, Inc., a pioneer in the music technology industry, is offering forward-looking investors a chance to get involved in the future of music. The signature DigiTrax technology, known as The Music Builder platform, involves the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to help musicians create new music and to… 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 »