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Is It Time To Hang Up On Investments In Wireless? During the go-go days of the late 90s, capital was cheap and wireless service providers invested heavily amid ever increasing projections for wireless subscribers. Then the bottom fell off. Brutal price competition and the resulting customer churn...

Lobster Trapping for Investment Ideas Recently, my family and I took a trip to Maine to visit relatives. During our stay, we toured the rocky shore lines and took in the beautiful architecture of the old towns. One sunny morning, three generations of Wardlaws boarded a lobster...

Love The Thrill of Risk? Invest in an Annuity! With the stock market in steep decline, people are looking for safe places to invest their savings. Many banks and investment companies are pushing annuities. Annuities offer a higher interest rate than CD's, but are they safe? You could view an...

Mutual Funds: What Investors Need to Know About Morningstar Mutual Fund Fiduciary Grades Morningstar now provides Fiduciary Grades on mutual funds. How does Morningstar determine these grades? How can mutual fund investors use these grades to better manage their portfolios? Mutual fund investors use Morningstar Rating™ as a sign...

No Load Mutual Funds: Investment Hype vs. Investment Help With the internet such a huge part of our daily lives, many investors have access to a wide range of instant investment information. Whether you’re into stocks, bonds, mutual funds, futures or options, there are tons of electronic investment...

Profitable Real Estate Investing Blueprint Just like most things real estate investing can be broken down into easy to learn step. Step One - Learn the basics: Ownership of real estate is evidenced by a valid deed. When you buy property the seller signs a deed that transfers his...

Prospering with Mutual Funds: How anyone can “Afford” an Investment Advisor Recently I was invited to appear on a live CNNfn television show to discuss my article “How to evaluate Load vs. No Load Mutual Funds.” (You can read that article on my website http://www.successful-investment.com/articles21.htm) As the...

Real Estate Investors - Don't Close Your Eyes To Closing Costs. When buying or selling real estate closing costs can come as a shock. Here's an explanation of the various expenses: Down Payment Most lenders require a down payment of from zero to 20% for a normal home purchase. Lender's Loan...

Real Estate Remains A Strong Investment Opportunities to make big, quick profits in residential real estate tend to come and go in cycles. When a local market is hot, families may find it possible to buy a house at an attractive price, fix it up, and watch its value rise in just a...

Risk-Free Investing With Term Investments (NC)—Are you a risk-averse investor? Do you fear losing any of your initial investment? Do you rely on your investments as a source of fixed-income? Do you want an investment that provides the flexibility to redeem it should the need arise? If...

Should You Invest In Savings Or Payoff Your Debts? I have faced this financial question 8 years ago and recently I have friends asked me this same question. I think I should write it up so that it may help some of you that having the same situation. The decision whether to invest your...

The Durrett Rule Bites Foreclosure Investors Folks learn that you know something about real estate investing and they eagerly ask you about buying foreclosure property. The general assumption is that they can buy a beautiful home at a deep discount at a foreclosure auction. Their...

The POWER of a Proven Stock Investment Plan When you invest in the stock market for ever-increasing cash dividend income, verses trying to make a buck in the stock market, your mindset will change. There will no longer be a fear of losing money in the stock market. With the right type...

The Stock Market Investor’s Worst Enemy Every stock market investor faces one primal enemy. An enemy so perverse, it will drive thousands of investors from the stock market through its ability to defeat even the most practiced investment strategy. Who is this enemy you ask? Your...

Time Management Training - A Necessary Investment or A Waste Of Money? Many organisations view time management training as something they'll spend their money on, only if they have to. Usually when pruning the company or department budget, training is often the first area that gets the chop. And yet can you really...

Types of Investment The word 'investments' is one that most of us are familiar with hearing in financial context. For many of us, it may make us thing of big business and vasts sums of money, but there's much to the world of investments than multi-million dollar...

What is an Investor Ready Business Plan What is an Investor Ready Business Plan A Business Plan, as all good entrepreneurs starting out in life should know is the foundation, or rather a springboard, towards the establishment and growth of a new business. A business plan is an...

When to invest in the Stock Market Is really not as important as to how you invest in the stock market. And how you invest in the stock market should take into consideration what goals you are setting for that stock market investment. For example, are you investing for capital...

Your Worst Enemy To Successful Investing - The Media How do you make your investment decisions and where do you get your information? If you're like most of the people I know, you look to the experts. That's fine, however it's important to be aware that for every expert, there's an opinion...