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Setting Investment Goals by Sarah Freeland
... To investigate these products you can review their performance history, you can talk to the company that offers the product, and you can read through the productís promotional material. The final step in setting investment goals is to talk to an investment professional. They will be able to tell you what investment products are best for achieving your investment goals. They will also be able to tell you how viable the investment products you have selected are.

Are You An Investment Dummy Like Me? by Jack Humphrey
... I feel most people who are like me are conservative with their investing, and don't become active in the management of their investments, because we much prefer the relative piece of mind we get from letting a "professional" handle the decisions. Now that I feel more comfortable in the knowledge I have gained from this easy to understand yet incredibly powerful source of investment and wealth buidling knowledge, I have no doubt my investment future is much brighter and is going to bear much ...

My Way Or The Highway: Give Your Financial Professionals A Good Talking To! by Martin Thomson
... "The more in control of your own investments you are, the higher the reward and the higher the risk TO US-our job, our profits" (the investment advisors jobs, the investment advisors profits) CONTROL is the financial key to rapid asset growth compounding. Its just so confusing for most people. They see the polished brochures, and marble floored offices, and the pristinely groomed secretaries, and believe these guys MUST be good. Yes they are good, they are good at getting business for ...

How to Build an Effective ROI Calculator by Glenn Clowney
... ROI Basics: Return on Investment (adjusted for the time value of money) Return on Investment (ROI) is the most popular financial metric when you need to compare the attractiveness of one business investment to another. Your return on investment equals the present value of your accumulated net benefits (gross benefits minus ongoing costs) over a specific time period divided by your initial costs. It is expressed as a percentage over a certain amount of time; for this example we will assume ...

TPM and Lean Production, is It Worth the Effort? by Oskar Olofsson
... This means that they will be capable to produce 10,000*80/50 = 16000 units in the same facility without investments and with the same manning as before. Can the increased capacity be used to increase sales? One important question is if there is a market for expansion. If so, the increased capacity may be used for increased sales. It is common that the company's market share might grow after implementing TPM or Lean Production. This is possible as improved delivery accuracy and shorter ...

Yes You Can Trade Stocks and Options Like a Pro by Anatole Raif
... The winning investments always take care of themselves. Itís the losing ones that cause homegamers problems. You just canít let one losing trade impact your entire account to the point where getting back to even requires unrealistic returns. It is interesting that most amateur investors and traders focus most of their efforts on investment selection and timing their trades. They spend little or no time on money management. Some always trade a fixed dollar amount while others use a fixed % ...

The Art Of Exponential Money Generation by Martin Thomson
... Of course, compared to the diluted packaged investments on offer in the "investments advisor" world Opportunity Investment is comparatively Black magic, alchemy, and witch craft all rolled into one. However, its simply common sense unfettered by the hazy ideas of "more informed" employees of the 6% compounding world. Martin Thomas(c)copyright2005 This article may be cut and pasted by anybody, any time for use in forums, blogs and other websites, as long as the article is not altered and ...

Retirement Calculator: How Much Will It Cost You to Retire? by Robert Andrews
... on the variable factors that will greatly affect the results. For example, inflation rate is highly changeable. Hence, experimenting on its different rates will provide you considerable low and high rates. 4. Always seek a professional Do not depend on the tool alone. It is always important to seek the help of a professional. In this way, you can understand the use of retirement calculator better. Knowing its pros and cons will help you understand the viability of retirement calculator.

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