MAKE MONEY: Money Maker (Simple way to invest and manage your money and earn more) (Asset Management, Financial Planning, ROI, Financial Freedom, Investing for Dummies)

MAKE MONEY: Money Maker (Simple way to invest and manage your money and earn more) (Asset Management, Financial Planning, ROI, Financial Freedom, Investing for Dummies)

Thinking on how to effectively invest and manage your money? This books shows how

By reading Money maker: Simple way to invest and manage your money, and earn more, you will discover:

1. Basics of simple investing, and aim to instill the proper mindset you need to succeed.

2. Tips for investing wisely

3. Principle and element of money management.

Table of Contents

Why Invest What Is Investment? Before You Start Investing Start With the Right Mindset The Rule of Compound Interest Types of Investing Tools Tips on Investing

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The Prepper’s Financial Guide: Strategies to Invest, Stockpile and Build Security for Today and the Post-Collapse Marketplace

The Prepper’s Financial Guide: Strategies to Invest, Stockpile and Build Security for Today and the Post-Collapse Marketplace

BEFORE, DURING, AND BEYOND A MARKETPLACE MELTDOWN
You’re prepared for hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, earthquakes and other natural disasters, but are you ready for the inevitable man-made disasters to come? This book teaches you the other half of disaster planning?how to survive the economic turmoil that hits regions and nations after the storm has passed.
Prepper’s Financial Guide will teach you how to:
?Become self-sufficient
?Purchase precious metals
?Safeguard your valuable possessions
?Invest in foreign and alternate currencies
?Barter and trade for needed supplies
?Build an off-grid marketplace
?Reduce debt so you can save for the future
?And much more

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Warren Buffett Accounting Book: Reading Financial Statements for Value Investing

Warren Buffett Accounting Book: Reading Financial Statements for Value Investing

This book is the second volume to the Amazon Bestseller Warren Buffett’s Three Favorite Books. In this book, you will learn how to:
Pick stocks like Warren BuffettCalculate the intrinsic value of stocks using two methods
During the second half of the book, readers will learn in-depth methods for:
Reading an income statementReading a balance sheetReading a cash flow statementCalculating and interpreting key ratios

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Debt Expert Discusses Top 5 Financial Tips Offered by Financial Guru Warren Buffett


Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) June 27, 2013

On June 27, John Monderine, CEO of the New York-based accounts receivable collection agency, Rapid Recovery Solution, comments on a recent article that highlights the top 5 tips on personal finance by financial guru Warren Buffett.

According to a http://www.profit.ndtv.com article titled, 5 Warren Buffett Tips Everyone Must Follow, there are certain measure people can take to protect their finances in case of a recession. Warren Buffett, an American business tycoon, investor and philanthropist, offers his top 5 personal finance tips to help stay afloat.

1) If you buy things you dont need, you will soon sell things you need. Monderine says, The need to Keep up with the Joneses, has put many people in terrible financial situations because they spend with funds they dont really have. It is extremely important to always ask yourself, Do I really need this? Am I overspending? If the answers to these questions are yes than it is not a smart investment. You never want to have to sell something that is necessary in your life in order to recuperate from an impulse buy.

2) Someones sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. Saving for the unexpected is something that many people dont do. Emergencies are inevitable and most of us arent prepared financially when they come along. This could be done easily by putting away money from each pay check to ensure youll be covered if something catastrophic were to happen, explains Monderine.

3) Thing long-term and be patient. It is essential to focus more on long term growth as opposed to short-term fluctuation, Monderine says. Investing for the long-term has been proven to be beneficial to those involved.

4) Borrowing: Limit what you borrow. Monderine explains, Living on borrowed money in no way makes you rich. It is a false sense of comfort that often gets people in trouble. Once you borrow, youre in debt and it doesnt go away. Credit cards and loans are okay but should really only be utilized if absolutely necessary.

5) Risk. As I said before, investing money long-term is a smart move when the research is done right, Monderine says. Often times, people will invest without analyzing the associated higher rate of risk. Bottom line: Dont invest without knowing.

Founded in 2006, Rapid Recovery Solution, Inc. is headquartered at the highest point of beautiful Long Island. Rapid Recovery Collection Agency is committed to recovering your funds. We believe that every debtor has the ability to pay if motivated correctly. We DO NOT alienate the debtors; we attempt to align with them and offer a number of ways to resolve not only your debt but also all their debts.







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Hong Kong Stocks at New Historic High — Zetland Financial Group Analyzes Why

Hong Kong Stocks at New Historic High — Zetland Financial Group Analyzes Why










Hong Kong (PRWEB) September 19, 2007

As Hong Kong stocks reach a new historic high, Zetland Financial Group Limited analyzes the reasons for this growth.

Following a very volatile last week in August, share prices on the Hong Kong stock exchange rebounded to a historic new high on 31 August when the Hang Seng Index briefly soared to 24,000 points during intra-day trade on that day. The turnover on that day was HK$ 113 billion (US$ 14.48 billion).

At the time of writing, the Hang Seng Index has since passed the 24,000 mark. The Hong Kong stock market has since experienced a re-rating for investors since the gloom of 2003 when SARS hit Hong Kong and unemployment went to new highs.

A number of factors have contributed to Hong Kong listed shares hitting new highs, and these may be attributed as follows:

1.    Global markets becoming more stable from the sub-prime problems as a result of central banks pumping liquidity into the banking sector.

2.    China’s high economic growth.

3.    China’s reform of its state owned enterprises by allowing the fittest companies to list on the Hong Kong stock exchange.

4.    China allowing private entrepreneurs to list their companies overseas.

5.    As Hong Kong investors are knowledgeable about Chinese companies, this influences the choice of listing here.

6.    Investors believing in the China economic growth story and the emergence of consumer spending power.

7.    Hong Kong is a free market, there is no capital gains tax for individual investors, no restrictions on movement of capital, and is a proxy for investing in China.

Another factor is the recent announcement by the Chinese Government that it will allow Chinese citizens to invest directly in Hong Kong shares. Under this measure, Chinese citizens who have opened an account with the Bank of China in Tianjin will be allowed to invest directly in Hong Kong shares. Chinese citizens will have the freedom to invest in some well known Chinese companies that are currently listed in Hong Kong but not yet listed in China such as China Mobile (the country’s largest mobile phone company), Petrochina (the leading Chinese oil company, in which Warren Buffett has an investment stake), etc. China’s citizens can also purchase shares in Chinese companies (H shares) which are relatively cheaper than the same A shares that are listed in Shanghai. The initial investment funds flow has been estimated to be between US$ 10 to US$ 50 billion as a result of this measure known as the “through train” programme.

If you or your clients are interested in opening share brokerages accounts to invest in HK shares, please speak contact intray(at)zetland.biz for details.

About Zetland Financial Group Limited:

Established in 1987 and headquartered in Hong Kong with offices around the world, the Zetland Financial Group is a business consultancy offering personal service and professional advice with total confidentiality. From its base in Hong Kong, the company is in a position to provide clients with the efficiencies and sophisticated infrastructure of one of the most dynamic international cities that is also an integral part of the rapidly growing economy of China.

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Financial Services Advisor Reveals the Flaw Behind “Buy and Hold” Strategy

Financial Services Advisor Reveals the Flaw Behind “Buy and Hold” Strategy










Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) April 1, 2009

The conventional wisdom on investing has always been “buy and hold” – but recent events have shown the flaw in that advice, according to financial services advisor Dennis Tubbergen. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is now worth about half what it was in October 2007, and even Warren Buffett lost money following the buy and hold strategy.

Buffett recorded record losses in 2008, his worst financial performance since taking over the investment group Berkshire Hathaway in 1965.

In fact, the Buy and Hold Strategy, or variations thereof, may have cost investors dearly over the past 18 months, according to Tubbergen. Take the example of an index fund. Since portfolio decisions are typically automatic and transactions are infrequent, overall expenses tend to be lower than those of actually managed funds. Investors following this strategy are typically advised to buy an index fund that is designed to correlate with the performance of a market index like the S&P 500 and then hold it long term. Investors following this advice since October 1, 2007 would likely have seen their holdings in that fund significantly decline.

The S&P 500 closed at 1557.59 on October 1, 2007. As of the close of the business day March 17, 2009, this index was at 783.12 which represents an approximate 49.7% decline.

Buy and Hold doesn’t always work.

The riskiness of the “Buy and Hold Strategy” is exactly what has prompted Tubbergen, CEO and veteran financial services professional, to recommend that clients have an “exit strategy” in mind when investing. Exit strategies are employed to lock in a profit or prevent a significant portfolio loss by determining at what point an investment will be sold.

“I recommend to clients that they have an exit strategy when investing. Know under what circumstances you’ll liquidate an investment and make that decision prior to making the investment.”

Buying and holding an investment, particularly a stock or equity based investment can perform well in a bull market, but in a volatile market or a bear market, following such a strategy can result in portfolio losses.

“My view is that making an investment without knowing what your exit strategy will be is like getting on a cruise ship and not knowing where the lifeboats are,” Tubbergen said. “While no exit strategy works 100% of the time, I believe that a disciplined, successful investment strategy begins with utilizing exit strategies.”

Mr. Tubbergen, a Financial Services Professional for over 20 years, is CEO of USA Wealth Management, LLC, a federally registered investment advisor and is known as one of the nation’s leading advisors to financial advisors. A nationally recognized leader in the financial industry, Dennis is a frequent keynote speaker at financial industry events.

Investing in market related securities involves a risk of principal loss. Prior to making any investment decision, the services of an appropriate professional should be sought as investment related recommendations are dependent upon the personal financial situation of each individual investor.

The S&P 500 Index is an unmanaged index that is generally considered representative of the U.S. stock market. Investors cannot invest directly in indexes. The performance of an unmanaged index is not

necessarily indicative of the performance of any particular investment.

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