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    3 Big Reasons You’re Underestimating How Much Retirement Income You Need

    Do you know how much money you’ll need to save for retirement? Chances are good that you don’t. More than 8 in 10 Americans have no idea how much retirement savings they’ll need when leaving the workforce, according to a recent Merrill Lynch survey. And, unfortunately, Americans who think they’ve got it all figured out underestimate what […] More

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    Day Trading for a Living – Benefits, Risks & How to Succeed

    In the days before personal computers, instantaneous communications, and sophisticated software, many Wall Street brokerage firms employed veteran traders to sit and interpret the paper tapes of stock transactions that spewed from mechanical tickers across the city. These traders, known as tape readers, would note the price and volume pattern of individual trades in the […] More

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    6 Reasons to Invest in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Over Index Mutual Funds

    What does the American Dream mean to you? For many, it means having financial security, and having the ability to provide an education to children, take care of parents, retire comfortably, or remain independent while growing old. But achieving financial security is not easy. A 2015 Pew Research Poll suggests that more than half of Americans are not […] More

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    4 Types of Stock Market Investment Strategies – Investing, Speculation, Trading & Bogleheads

    Trading is a relatively recent phenomenon made possible by the technology of communication networks and the development of the paper stock ticker. Details of stock transactions – stock symbols, the number of shares, and prices – were collected and transmitted on paper strips to machines located in brokerage offices across the country. Specialized employees using […] More

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    How Warren Buffett Makes Decisions – The Secret to His Investing Success

    Warren Buffett is considered by many to be the most successful stock investor ever. Despite the occasional mistake, Buffett’s investing strategies are unrivaled. In 1956, at age 26, his net worth was estimated at $140,000. MarketWatch estimated his net worth at the end of 2016 to be $73.1 billion, an astounding compound annual growth rate of 24.5{0924d633e8c16c158b43769ebd2a87fc4b662f9b138fe4fa5786a4522986a3c7}. By […] More

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    Forget India As A Consumer Market, Heres What Delhi Wants To Sell You

    India, home to 1.3 billion people, offers a huge consumer market. But, according to one business expert in the country, the capacity of the world’s second largest population to sell is undervalued. “I think one of the areas which we need to start talking about is also services,” Rakesh Bharti Mittal, president of the Confederation […] More

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    Outside The Box: Facebooks Biggest Threat Is Coming From This Obvious Place

    Investors are now taking note of fundamental conflicts of interest at Facebook and other social media and tech companies. But Facebook, notably, shows these conflicts in a way that makes it easier to spot the ethical risks inherent in some of Silicon Valley’s business practices. The first conflict of interest is visible in the documents […] More

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    Brexit Will Cost The UKs Financial Regulator $42 Million

    Britain’s financial watchdog said it needs to dedicate £30 million ($42 million) of spending to deal with the impact of Brexit on the financial services sector next year. In its latest annual business plan, released Monday, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it would devote £14 million of spending on the U.K.’s withdrawal from the […] More

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    Ethereum Chart Set To Roll Over, Ripple On The Verge Of A Breakdown

    The cryptocurrency space looks headed lower soon, with a couple of charts holding set-ups of intrigue given the posturing and price levels in play. Ethereum (ETH/USD) is sporting a pattern inside a pattern, while Ripple (XRP/USD) is showing little buying interest at key price support. To see how traders are positioned in Cryptocurrencies and other […] More

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