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December 21st, 2012

Tips For Diversifying Your Gold IRA

(George Sterling) - Individual retirement accounts have risen to massive popularity because they offer many advantages over the traditional 401k retirement accounts. The best way of maximizing the returns you get on your retirement is to open a gold-eligible IRA account. Gold IRAs are a top choice amongst the masses because they allow them to diversify and spread [...]

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December 7th, 2012

Three Types Of Investment

(George Sterling) - There are many techniques that can be used to invest in the markets but in a nutshell, there are three broad concepts of investing; aggressive investment, conservative investment and safe investment. Conservative Investment Conservative investment means not taking too many chances while investing money and allowing your portfolio to grow but at a very slow [...]

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November 20th, 2012

When should you hire a financial advisor?

(George Sterling) - There are many reasons why people hire financial advisors, but one of the most common reasons for hiring a financial advisor is when you have a lot of cash but do not know what to do with it. If you are in a position with lots of money on your hand, it is often considered [...]

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November 15th, 2012

How to know your financial advisor’s experience

(George Sterling) - There used to be a time when financial planners were professionals who people could blindly trust and hand their finances, but now days it is quite hard to find a financial planner who really is a professional in his field. When you go and look out for financial advisors these days, it is highly likely [...]

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November 2nd, 2012

The Basics Of Investing In The Currency Market

(George Sterling) - Many aspiring traders consider currency market a good industry to invest in, but without proper knowledge of the market, investing in currency can be very risky. If you are interested investing in the currency market, you should try and follow some of the basic steps outlined below: Knowledge is power Before investing in any foreign [...]

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January 17th, 2011

What are Specialty Funds?

(Money Manager) - A specialty fund is form of mutual fund that invests primarily in a certain sector, industry, region, or security type. Also referred to as a "specialized fund," these investments do not offer the diversification that many other funds do. As a result, they are often seen as a riskier investment.

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December 6th, 2010

What are Global and International Funds?

(Money Manager) - Global and international funds are mutual funds that focus on investments in other countries. These funds can offer more diversity than those which focus only on the investment opportunities in one's own country. However, along with the additional opportunities, there is also additional risk in the form of economic instability, political issues, and fluctuations in currency

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November 15th, 2010

What are Bond and Income Funds

( ) - For individuals looking for a fixed income from their financial investment, bond and income funds can be a good option. Bond funds focus primarily on bond investments, in combination with other types of debt securities. The type of bonds and debt instruments will vary according to the fund, but may include mortgage-backed securities, government and corporate bonds, and other bond investments.

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November 8th, 2010

What are Balanced Funds?

( ) - Balanced funds are a great solution for investors who are looking for a combination of income, relatively low risk, and a modest appreciation in capital. Balanced mutual funds are set up in a way that combines bonds, stocks and sometimes even money market investments, all in set proportions.

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October 9th, 2009

Bernanke Speaks Dollar Listens

(Lee Siler) - Stocks futures are indicating a flat opening, on comments from Ben Bernake that is strengthening the dollar. The stronger dollar is causing commodity prices to drop as well in early trading.

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