Category Archives: Types of Investment

Value Investing Strategy

Many of the greatest investors (Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, and Seth Klarman) that have ever lived have employed some form of value investing as an integral part of their overall stock investing strategy. However, value investing is a broad term … Continue reading

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Common Factors Affecting Retirement Income -by John Jastremski

When it comes to planning for your retirement income, it’s easy to overlook some of the common factors that can affect how much you’ll have available to spend. If you don’t consider how your retirement income can be impacted by … Continue reading

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The Government Shutdown

Basic information and frequently asked questions. As you have no doubt heard, the United States government shut down at midnight (Eastern) October 1, 2013. There are many questions and concerns about this situation, but here are some basics. What happened? In … Continue reading

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MUTUAL FUNDS FOR INVESTMENTS

Mutual Funds are professionally managed investment scheme, in which fund managers manage the investment made by the investors. A mutual fund is administered under an advisory contract with a management company, which gives full detail about the schemes going on … Continue reading

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THE REALITY OF INVESTING DURING RETIREMENT

Decades ago, the “typical” retiree left work for good between age 60-65 and typically passed away at about 70-75. Retirement lasted 10-12 years for many Americans. Now the picture has changed: some of us will spend 30, 40, perhaps even … Continue reading

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MAKING INVESTMENT DECISIONS

Information vs. instinct. When it comes to investing, many people believe they have a “knack” for choosing good investments. But what exactly is that “knack” based on? The fact is, the choices we make with our assets can be strongly … Continue reading

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