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Martin Scorsese's upcoming movie, "The Wolf of Wallstreet," may be all about corrupt stock brokers, mobsters and serious financial issues… But things are a little lighter on set, including the briefcases.
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WallStreet vs MLM - 2 opposite ends of the spectrum but are they? Hear from an Investment Banker that actually attended a Network Marketing Training.....
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For more on portfolio management and a comprehensive explanation on the various strategies and styles contact us at WallStreet*E online trading.
9 Feb 2009
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An option is a contract to buy or sell a specific financial product at a specific price within a preset period of time. Options belong to a category of investments known as derivatives, because their prices reflect the value of the item you’re buying. Fancy financial types call the item the “underlying”. You can buy
5 May 2008
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If providing a college education for your child or grandchild is a big financial goal of yours, you need a plan — to ensure you’ll have the money when the time comes. One of the best reasons in the world to invest is the future. For many of you – “the future” is the education of your children or grandchildren. But paying for college? It’s a lot like buying a new house…in a pricey neighborhood…with a 10-year mortgage. Start early. Designate an account for college costs –then invest in it regularly. Build a diversified investment portfolio with the potential to provide growth and safety Lastly – and perhaps most importantly – Take advantage of investment programs specifically designed for education expenses. There are many kinds – some national, some for state colleges – and chances are one of them is going to work for you.
5 May 2008
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Your estate includes everything you own. If you don’t make a plan for those assets, you can’t guarantee they’ll go to the people and organizations you wanted. Plus, if you’re lucky enough to have a big estate, you REALLY need a plan or TAXES will devour itt. Step 1? Create a plan to identify what you own. What is everything worth? What’s the total value of your estate? Knowing the answers will help you decide if you should start giving stuff away NOW to avoid potential taxes later. A HUGE mistake? – thinking it’s enough to just TELL people what you want…It’s a painful and painfully common error. What you want must be spelled out in legal documents – a will or a trust. That’s THE BEST way to know all you worked for…will go to the family or friends or charities you most loved.
6 May 2008
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Owning a home is an emotional goal… it makes you feel like you’re part of a place, like you’re a grownup, like you finally have a tax break. And unlike stocks and bonds and your car, it’s an investment you can live in. Now before you get carried away by the scent of fictional apple pie …buying a home may be the biggest investment OF YOUR LIFE. You’ve got to proceed with caution. If you already own your own abode, is it time to REFINANCE? It could reduce your monthly interest. OR – how about using that abode as equity…or… as a line of credit to finance other projects? This isn’t just for whippersnappers…say you’re retired, living on a fixed income…I got two words for you: Reverse Mortgage. Instead of YOU paying for your house, your house pays YOU. Nice! And it’s legitimate. Don’t believe me? Just ask any financial advisor at Wall Street E…they’ll tell you.
5 May 2008
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Used to be mortgages were a lifetime commitment… 30 years or bust. So why are millions of us falling for newer, younger mortgages? Refinancing has its attraction…a lower interest rate, lower payments…or maybe you want to consolidate a first and second mortgage… maybe you want to convert some of that equity into cash to make a major buy…like your child’s college education. With the rise in adjustable rate mortgages, switching to a stable rate is ANOTHER reason REFINANCING looks hotter than ever.
5 May 2008
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Some things just go together. And so it is with employers and their employee retirement plans… Employees get retirement income, employers get a tax deduction. Traditional pensions and profit sharing-plans are funded 100% by the employer, and everyone gets to participate. With Salary Reduction Plans… only eligible employees get to put away a percentage of their salary, pre-tax. In the best plans, employers contribute or match contributions. You won’t pay taxes on that money until you start withdrawing…years from now…when you’re retired and in a lower tax bracket or too rich to care. But where pensions are automatic
5 May 2008
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We’re talking about FUNDS. Mutual funds - exchange traded funds - real estate investment trusts.Instead of you worrying about what to buy, when to sell, how to get the right mix of investments… these funds expose you to a wide variety of stocks and bonds and assets. They do the dirty work. So instead of researching investments, you can research your next vacation. Oh – and did you know some funds have gone hybrid? They’re the “Exchange Traded Funds”…half mutual fund, half individual security…very diversified. If you’re hankering for more about funds or any of the tons of topics we’ve tackled…ask the experts at Wall Street E!
7 May 2008
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Unlike what you see on TV, a will isn’t supposed to be dramatic AND it isn’t just about “who gets what”. That IS part of it… but when you really start thinking, the big questions come up: Who will look after your kids if they’re still minors? Who’ll run your business? Who’ll be the beneficiary of your retirement plans? What about life insurance: How much do you need to leave enough for your family? Then, there are deeper questions no one likes to think about: Like? What if you become too sick to make medical and financial decisions? Who’ll make them for you? Does that person have authority to act in your name? Do they even know what you want? Last but NOT least, you didn’t leave all that money behind just to have your heirs lose half of it to taxes. Work ahead. Minimize estate taxes and administration expenses… Because death and taxes both happen, but they don’t have to happen together.
5 May 2008
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t’s painful to put your hard-earned money out there…not knowing if you’ll see gains…or never see it again. The only certainty is that prices go up, or they go down. And no one knows when. So if you’re taking the wild ride, it helps to understand market cycle. Cyclical patterns recur in all markets — stocks, bonds, money market, real estate. But the cyclical pattern in one asset class tends to work in opposition to what’s happening at the same time in another class. In other words, if bonds are going gangbusters, stocks may be wobbling. And just to reinforce the unpredictability of market cycles, there are also exceptions to THAT rule, when all the markets are strong - or weak – at the same time.
5 May 2008
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When you hear news reports talking about the stock market's ups and downs, it’s usually describing changes in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Or - it may be referring to the S
6 May 2008
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18 May 2008
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