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Investing in Precious Metals for 2013

The precious metals market in the United States in set to explode in 2013, and many savvy investors are jumping on the bandwagon to cash in on the projected growth. Recently, the New York Times reported that gold prices are forecasted to rise. Additionally, the newspaper predicts strong growth in silver, platinum, and palladium throughout Read more

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Precious Metals Investing for Retirement

Many people become confused when they think about the best way to plan their retirement strategy. The extreme fluctuations of the stock market do not help matters, and Wall Street can no longer be seen as a viable platform on which someone can consistently grow a nest egg. Investment analysts are now pointing toward other Read more

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Create Your own Gold Standard

We indeed live in turbulent economic times. The national debt in the United States is over 16 trillion dollars and growing, and much of Europe is in recession. Both the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are flooding their economies with fiat money to stimulate battered economies. As a result, many are calling for Read more

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A Great Book for People Who Think Investing Is Difficult

James P. O’ Shaughnessy wrote the perfect book for people who think that investing has to the risky, complex, and danger­ous. It is also the perfect book for those who want to think that they can outsmart the market. This book has the aca­demic and numerical proof that a passive or mechanical sys­tem of investing Read more

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Investing is Not What Most People Think

Many people think investing is this exciting process where there is a lot of drama. Many people think investing involves a lot of risk, luck, timing, and hot tips. Some realize they know little about this mysterious subject of investing, so they entrust their faith and money to someone they hope knows more than they Read more

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Rules of Investment Number Four

Basic rule number four is, it is the investor itself is really the asset or the liability. The investor is the asset or liability not the investment or security. I often hear that people say, ‘Investing is risky‘ it’s the investor who is risky. It is ultimately the investor who is the asset or the Read more

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Why Investing Is Confusing??

First of all, investing means different things to different people. That is why it seems so confusing? What most people call investing is not really investing? People are all talking about different things yet they often think they are talking about the same thing. No One Is an Expert at Everything Investing means different things Read more

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Lloyd Blankfein in Business War

Blankfein was born in to a Jewish family in the Bronx, New York City. He is raised in Brooklyn’s Linden Houses, part of the New York City Housing Authority. His father was a clerk with the Postal Service in Manhattan. He received primary and secondary education in the public schools of the New York City Read more

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Warren Buffet’s Mistake

Warren Buffet, America’s richest investor, is known and respected for his company Berkshire Hathaways. Today, Berkshire Hathaway’s share price is one of the highest priced company shares in the world. While many investors value Berkshire Hathaway’s stock, few people realize that acquiring Bershire Hathaway was one of Warren Buffet’s biggest investment mistakes. Rate this post