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Black Friday Financial Trends To Be Aware of

The turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pies… hungry yet? That’s right! Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and this year more and more stores are standing up and declaring that they will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. For the past several years, Black Friday has slowly crept its way into Thanksgiving taking away from past family…
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Investing in Technology

Marvel superhero, Tony Stark, doesn’t have to be the world’s best tech investor. Great minds like Elon Musk of Tesla, Tim Cook of Apple, and Sundar Pichai of Google are without a doubt the big names leading technological innovation in America today, but a vast amount of smaller companies have made profound improvements in today’s…
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How Does the Election Affect Your Investments?

With election day upon us, the back and forth between candidates and every scandal in the book being exposed, our team began to wonder what kind of side effects the election can have on the market and your investments. No matter who ends up in the White House, you can bet there will be some…
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The INs and OUTs of Socially Responsible Investing

Mr. Burns isn’t the only corporate suit ruining the planet and harming communities via poor business practices. If the average American were in the Simpsons world, I don’t believe they would invest money into Mr. Burns’ nuclear power company—it just isn’t right. Instead, modern day investors are trending towards companies like Nestle or Google, whose…
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Investing in the Right Aspects of your Company

Starting a business from the ground up takes more than just passion and a good idea. You have to have the right drive and know-how to bring business in and that means being well-rounded in all aspect of your business. Building a good financial plan for your company is key, but there are other things…
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Why Aren’t Millennials Investing

Failed attempts to comprehend the financial lingo thrown from one end of the dinner table to the other and long winded conversations aren’t exactly the most exciting memories from the holidays. Pair that with witnessing the onslaught of financial difficulties brought on by market disasters like the 2008 great recession, and one might catch a…
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Saving Money Now, For Investments Later

Today’s blog is for every person who is frugal or wants to begin saving money! Living cheap can be easy with the right skill set and street smarts. Bargain hunting and thrifty store shopping can be such a rewarding hobby and way of life. By shopping thrift or by clipping coupons, you can save your…
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How the Rich Stay Rich

Ever wonder how the rich continue their frivolous lifestyle year after year whilst buying everything they can get their hands on? Susan Bradley, founder of the Sudden Money Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida told Inc. magazine “Controlling what you spend is part of wealth preservation. You can't control interest rates and the stock market,…
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Women in the Investing World

It’s all about girl power in today’s blog…literally! We are going to get an inside look at some of the most successful and influential women in the investing world. Jocelyn D. Wright, assistant professor of women studies at The American College of Financial Services in Pennsylvania, said in an interview with U.S. News & World…
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Financial Issues Millennials Face

It is true that millennials face financial issues that are different compared to generations before. There is so much more to consider and more to monitor as far as our finances go; the rising cost of college, unemployment and stiff credit markets are just a few. As we researched today’s topic, we came across several…
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