What's it Worth - Pricing your Stock Photos by Henry Bateman
... Beware of the old chestnut of “we will be buying a lot more of this type of image in the future, can you do something about the price”. My response to this one is along the lines that I give discounts to regular buyers and a regular buyer is one with a history of 5 or more purchases. To the exposure I will get, just think of the dollars in the bank in the future, argument my response is I have to pay my bills now. I mean who really does the read the photo byline on a wine bottle label?
Home-Based Business Start-Up Costs – How to Keep Them Under Control by Laurie Hayes
... Some new home-based business owners feel it is necessary to buy state-of-the-art equipment, sign up for all of the prominent subscriptions and memberships, stock their shelves with loads of inventory, have expensive art on the walls, and create an air of wealth and success in order to impress prospective clients. This kind of thinking can put you out of the race before you even start running! I remember when I was a consultant for a MLM company. I thought I had to carry every product ...
Beware Of Get Rich Quick Scam by Hari Wibowo
... Recent examples of stock investing include investing in companies called Seagate Technology (STX) or buying Korean based Webzen Inc. (WZEN). That includes both pure luck and skill. Without the two, it is less likely that you will achieve that kind of a return. So now, if someone promise you that they can achieve that kind of a return for the next fifteen years, is that scam? Whip out your calculator and you find that one dollar compounded monthly with 20 % return on investment, will wound ...
Retirement Management by Matt Alexander
... Investments The stock market has returned 9.5% over the last 20 years and has consistently outpaced inflation. At what cost~volatility. It is up and down, but if you wait it out, you will most always be in a better situation. The good news is that there are many more investment vehicles available to help you attain your goals. There are products that guarantee you a minimum return while at the same time having exposure to the potentially higher returns in the market.
How to Add Shares to a Profitable Position by Chris Perruna
... I liked the stock and thought the 15 week pattern that preceded my buy was picture perfect (especially since the correction was due after the prior up-trend from the IPO date). I placed a market order on June 1, 2005 at $38.97 for the entire risk amount of 1%. The stock was already under coverage on the MSW Index since May 21, 2005 at $37.20 but I was looking for a break above $39. I used the calculation of $39 which gave me the purchasing power of $12,500 or 321 shares (my order was filled ...
The Art Of Exponential Money Generation by Martin Thomson
... "What you are really doing is buying time" It follows that if you are buying time by increasing the compounder that there is a cost associated (if we buy anything it means we are paying a price for it) what exactly is the price that is being paid in exchange for the speed/increased compounder? RISK! (the financial advisor brigade unexpectedly chime in all at once, except for a slow one that whimpers "risk" too late.) NO! WRONG. (All financial advisors must take a pay cut for being wrong.) ...