Category Archives: Investments

Where Would You Invest if You Didn’t Trust the Market?

I was thinking about my lack of risk tolerance the other week and I thought to myself that I can’t be alone.  I am only 30 but in the 12 years since I have become an adult I have seen 9/11, the dot-com crash, housing crash, credit crunch, unemployment rate nearly double, Euro Crisis, commodity

Benefits of Incorporating Invoice Factoring in a Business

Businesses usually resort to invoice factoring in order to attain funds for growth or survival. Invoice factoring or discounting would involve a business selling its invoices to a third party commonly referred to as the factor. Organizations aspiring rapid growth, with negative tangible net growth, operating at very high losses or undergoing bankruptcy turn to

How I Invested my Child’s Money

Almost four months ago I questioned how I should invest my child’s money, but I never ended up doing anything about it until recently.  I felt strongly that this was his money as he received it from very generous family members and friends who cared about him so I was/am acting as a de facto

A Company’s Stock Price May Have Very Little to do With The Size of Company

I think there is this common misconception that must be addressed for those that don’t have any interest in “the market.”  A Company’s stock price on a particular day does not provide information in of itself of the size of the company.  An easy example: Stock 1 – Closes at $608.21 on July 10, 2012 Stock 2 – Closes at $124,985 on

Using Chaikin Portfolio Health Check to Analyze my Portfolio

As a personal finance blogger I get approached to review products all the time.  Most are terrible and don’t hold my attention long enough to even begin to think about writing a post.  Notwithstanding, some are pretty cool and I was excited when I was approached to check out the Chaikin Portfolio Health Check.  The