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Choosing the correct kind of investment may be perplexing for a newbie but understanding the basic suggestions to make the investment in the correct way will be extremely useful to commit your hard earned money. Right here beneath you will discover some list that every investor should know prior to creating their investment.

(1)Keep in mind that there are no particular rules for investment furthermore there are no ensures on all type of investment. There is no perfect way to commit but you have to choose the correct plans that fit your financial requirements.

(2)Prior to investing your hard earned money you must know how that particular plan will work out. You must totally know about the professionals and cons of the plan.

(3)If you are a initial time investor, choose a easy plan that can match your objectives and needs. Always consider, how much money you have to commit, how lengthy you have to commit it.

The above 3 tips are general investing suggestions, but there are many more suggestions which will be extremely useful to give you the greatest returns.

(a) Inquire advice for financial advisors

There are independent financial advices exactly where you can get advice on numerous financial goods. You might not know about the professionals and disadvantages of different investment ideas and schemes, but a financial advisor indicates the best plan according to your need.

Based on your monetary goals and objective they will help you to choose the right type of goods. Always select a monetary advisor who has years of expertise and do not select one who has just joined as an advisor.

(b)Go to seminars on monetary products

Various seminars will be held regularly on investing your money in the correct way. Attending these seminars will give you an concept on where to commit and not. Moreover newly launched financial products will be explained to you through these seminars.

(c)Invest on long term

It is usually good to invest your money on a lengthy term basis and it assists you to get much more annuity and interest rates. Investing your money on brief phrase will not get you good returns, so when you invest choose the best plan that can give you assured returns.

(d)Verify out for the dependability of the monetary goods

Do not go straight absent and invest in any plans when you see an advertisement online about a financial product. Make a complete enquiry and check whether it is a reliable service and worthy monetary item.

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The CIA and Amazon Are Investing in Quantum Computing :: The …

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The CIA and Amazon Are Investing in Quantum Computing :: The …

It's a field that is quickly turning its skeptics into true believers. Then again, cutting-edge tech like quantum computing doesn't come along every day. No doubt, quantum computing is some pretty complex stuff. So, let me simplify it for you.
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Your Questions About Disadvantages Of Gold Investment

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James asks…

Who to blame for america’s financial crisis?

Do you think america will be able to survive by 2010?

Would you vote for the $700 Billion Bailout?

Will you accept china as the next world leader?

financi4 answers:

There’s plenty of blame to go around:
The Bush administration’s unconstitutional, immoral, illegal ‘war’ has put American taxpayers $10 TRILLION in debt;
The Bush administration’s reckless spending, insane foreign policies, ‘terrorism’ sham, and protection of ‘big business’ have all been contributing factors to this chaos;
CEOs who honestly believe they’re worth tens of millions of dollars in salaries, perks, bonuses and golden parachutes;
Greedy hedge fund speculators, incompetent investment brokers, arrogant bankers and swindling mortgage lenders certainly are to be blamed for this economic crisis;
Small business owners who make six-figures incomes while paying their employees minimum wage have added to the nation’s financial woes because there is NO ‘trickle down’ effect like Ronald Reagan claimed (other than money that trickles down from the owner of a mansion to the plumber who installs gold bathroom fixtures);
Cowardly politicians who look out only for their own interests instead of behaving like the public servants they’re elected to be have caused this crisis to escalate;
Middle-incomed families who believe they ‘need’ a new gaz-guzzling SUV because the old one has 100,000 miles on it and the ashtrays are full;
Low-incomed families who live off their credit cards added to the consumption addiction we have in this nation that causes inflation and a paper economy that is basically worthless;
The teen-age girl who ‘needs’ her nails done and ‘needs’ Britney Spears’ latest CD adds to a burgeoning national debt;
65-year-old Social Security recipients who believe they’re ‘entitled’ to a monthly check just because they ‘paid into it’ for years – even though they own two homes, drive luxury cars, have a million dollars in the bank, go onmultiple vacations every year, and have more than enough money to live on the rest of their lives;
All of us who have decided to splurge on new clothes, new cars, new houses, vacations, new TV sets, new computers, or new anything else instead of using our money to help those who are sick, elderly, poor, disadvantaged, underprivileged, disabled, homeless or hungry;

It’s NOT a financial crisis: it’s a social crisis. We have adopted Ronald Reagan’s mantra: “all for one…ME” – instead of coming together as a national community to ensure more equality among our citizens and less greed among those most financially fortunate in our society. And, of course, the attitude is, “By God, I’ve worked hard for my money, and I deserve to spend it as I see fit!” Those who have become financially secure have often achieved it because of the sweat from others’ brows; from inheritance of family fortunes; from the good fortunate of being able t get a better education than those going to run-down schools in ghetto neighborhoods and suffering from generational poverty; from social and business networking, and from being able to seize opportunity when it knocks.

The problem is not a financial crisis; it’s a social meltdown. -RKO-

Robert asks…

What are the advantages and disadvantages of ETF’s?

Just wondering.

Why are the operating expenses so much less for ETF?

financi4 answers:

Basically expenses are less because ETFs are less actively managed than mutual funds.

There are many advantages of ETFs over mutual funds. 1) you can trade them during the day 2) there is less style shift and 3) you can buy a broad array of instruments.

When I managed my own money, I had half my retirement account in ETFs and half in managed funds. The ETFs outperformed. (However, now I have someone else manage my money).

But be careful. If you are thinking about gold, oil, and other commodity ETFs – they’re not the best investment vehicles. They’re ok for trades, but not to stick in your portfolio and forget about. There’s this thing called cantango that can eat away at your profits or exacerbate your losses.

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David asks…

if anyone knows that special plaster they use to make jewelery?

it on a how its made on gold rings
its on discovery channel
please tell me a store that sells that special plaster and the equidtment to make that jewelery
please help

email mpatel369@yahoo.com if any questions

financi4 answers:

You don’t want to try to do jewelry casting by yourself. Take a class.
For really good results you will need instructions, particularly if you plan to work with expensive material like gold.
The special plaster is called investment material and it is basically a plaster and sand mix. There are mixes which are even better, like Kerr’s satin cast.
In addition to how to invest properly (vacuum investing is best to get rid of bubbles), you will need to learn about wax carving, how to sprue waxes for casting and about advantages and disadvantages of gravity, vacuum and centrifugal casting. If you want to buy all the equipment new yourself you are probably out a few thousand $$, so much better to take a class and find out what works for you and what doesn’t. Also you will learn the proper safety precautions and thus hopefully avoid hurting yourself.

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Your Questions About What To Look For When Investing In A Private Company

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David asks…

I really don’t get how shares and equity work with private companies/LLCs and cooperatives?

Alright, there’s a company that I know of that is organized as an LLC. Now, this company is ostensibly run as a cooperative, owned by its workers.

I’m having trouble understanding how this can be possible, because when new members are brought in, it’s not like you have to buy in or invest capital to get ‘ownership’ in this company, just after you work a certain number of hours, you allegedly become a co-owner.

Also, apparently the founder/managing member owns 51% of the shares himself, so just how ‘co-operative’ it is, I don’t know. I’m not even understanding how ‘shares’ really work with a company, especially a private company or an LLC. Are there a finite number of shares? Then how do companies seem to just keep selling shares?

Like, look at publicly traded stock corporations. I can go invest money and buy as many shares in Wal-Mart or AT&T or Disney as I want, and it’s not like they ‘run out’ of shares, is it? Is the company never completely ‘owned’, as in all of the shares? I just don’t get the whole concept. Do they just keep splitting up the shares into smaller percentages to sell if they ‘run out’? How do you determine who owns what percentage of the company, or even how much money a share is worth, or how many shares a company has total? Can the number of shares be arbitrarily increased/decreased? Wouldn’t that affect the value of all the other shares?

Anyway, to my original point, the workers (or “owners”) aside from the one founder guy voted recently for a board of directors to handle things like profit distributions and such. Since the founder has 51% of the ownership, though, isn’t it really a powerless override-able body? Or is the founder basically deferring his decision making power to them?

Thanks. The whole concept of a worker cooperative, or at least a democratically governed private company intrigues me, especially for a smaller company, where the employees elect a board or council of some sort to manage the company on their behalf. I just don’t get how actual ownership or equity investment plays into it, or even if a worker can even legitimately have a “say” in the company without buying or investing money into it.

financi4 answers:

Let’s go in order. It can get more complicated, but I’ll simplify for you. First of all, any company when incorporated has a certain number of shares. The number of shares is fixed.

Over time, the company can increase the number of shares, but that usually does not happen frequently. A publicly traded company can get its board to approve an increase in the number of shares, then offer a portion of these shares to the public in order to raise money. The shares have a value and own a % of the company. If you issue more shares, everyone who owns shares gets diluted (each share owns less of the company).

In your example of buying Wal-Mart of AT&T, you don’t actually buy shares from the company, but you buy shares from people who are selling them. Yes, you can buy forever as long as there are people selling. There are no new shares issued by the company so the number of shares are constant.

In teh case of an LLC, it works in a similar fashion. Except in an LLC, since it’s a pass-through vehicle, when you own a piece of the company you own a % of profit and loss. When you are allocated shares, you might be getting shares that already exist and are kept in the company’s treasury (in which case there is no dilution), or you may be getting new shares (in which case the board needs to approve the creation of new shares which will dilute everyone else.)

My guess is that in your case the shares exist and are unallocated. For example: when the LLC was created, 10,000 shares were established. 5,100 went to the founder, 1,900 to other employees, and 3,000 were kept in treasury and unallocated. Now those 3,000 shares are trickling out to the various people who are part of the co-op. Assume you are given 100 shares. You own 1% of the company and as such you are entitled to 1% of profits and losses of the company. So one year the company loses $50,000 and you can deduct $500 from your other income for tax purposes. Then the company earns $100,000 and you now own taxes on $10,000.

Every LLC can work in different ways, and the only way to really understand what’s going on is to read the documents and understand your rights and liabilities. Keep in mind that your tax liabilities are independent of any distribution you may get. In the example above, when the company has a profit you are liable for taxes on $10,000. That does not mean that the company has distributed you $10,000. The company does not have to unless there are provisions for tax distributions. I imagine the appointment of someone to oversee distributions is just for that reason.

I would advise you to consult with an attorney or an accountant and have them explain what provisions are in the document that you will be affected by. Also remember that if there is a board, the board has a fiduciary obligation to represent all shareholders. Try to speak to the board representative to explain to you the dynamics of this deal.

Ken asks…

How do I start a private investment company?

I am wanting to start a small investment company and wondering what kind I should go with (corporation, LLC, trust, etc.) and how to go about doing it. What I am looking for is a way to buy and sell investments, mostly stocks and bonds, some long term and some day trading, and I want my investment money to be legally separated from my personal money. I am only using my own money and will not be investing for others. My objective is to protect my portfolio from whatever might occur in my personal life, like lawsuits, etc. and I want to have complete control over my investments, able to invest in what I want to when I want to, able to deposit and withdraw funds when I want to. I live in Illinois and already own a small S corp for my business. Any advice would be most helpful. Thank you.

financi4 answers:

If you have to ask that question you neither have the wherewithal’s nor investment background to succeed with that idea.

Joseph asks…

What are investors tactics for finding new investment opportunities?

Where do investors look or who do they talk to when they are interested in finding someone or something to invest in? (For private investments not for publicly owned companies) Do they join an angel network? Or their Chamber of Commerce? And are there any good sites that list info on what investors look for in a opportunity in regards to a private investment?

financi4 answers:

When investors are looking to place their money in something other than publicly owned companies, they move into the arena of alternative investments. These include privately owned companies (angel investors), venture capital funds, private equity funds, hedge funds, forex, commodities, stock options, residential and commercial real estate, private notes, tax liens, working interest in oil and gas deals, farmland, and managed accounts.

Based on my 10 yrs of experience in alternative investments, the main things to look for in a private investment are rate of return (ROI, CCR, IRR, NPV), transparency, liquidity, scalability, privacy, and control. In my opinion, finding a higher performing professional trader in the commodities, forex, or stock options arena who does managed accounts for people is the best way to go for maximum transparency, liquidity, scalability, privacy, and control. Just make sure that they have several years of track record. The best scenario is to have multiple professional traders that perform above a benchmark of 6% return per month, with each trader in a different market (stock options, commodities, forex), and with different trading strategies that react differently to market changes. That way you diversify away not just specific risk but also market risk. Futhermore, if you hold the managed account through brokerage firms located in different countries, and those brokerage firms have segregated funds, then you can also manage sovereign risk and brokerage risk.

John asks…

“GM, Amtrak and an increasingly fascist America” by Ron Paul – what do you think?

http://www.house.gov/htbin/blog_inc?BLOG,tx14_paul,blog,999,All,Item%20not%20found,ID=090608_2962,TEMPLATE=postingdetail.shtml

“Last week, General Motors finally declared bankruptcy. Many in government thought $20 billion in taxpayer dollars would save the company, but as predicted, it only postponed the inevitable. The government will dump another $30 billion into GM and take a 60 percent controlling interest for it. Public officials are now involving themselves in tactical business decisions such as where GM’s headquarters should move and what kind of cars it will build.
The promise that this is temporary and will eventually be profitable is supposed to ease the American people into accepting this arrangement, but it is of little comfort to those who remember similar promises when the American taxpayers bought Amtrak. After three years, government was supposed to be out of the passenger rail business. 40 years and billions of dollars later, the government is still operating Amtrak at a loss, despite the fact that they have created a monopoly by making it illegal to compete with Amtrak. Imagine what they can now do to what is left of the great American auto industry!
In a truly free market, GM would get your money one way and one way only – by selling you a car you want, at a price you are willing to pay. Instead, the government is giving public money to a private company in spite of the market signals it has been sending. Throwing money at GM does not stop it from being an engine of wealth destruction; on the contrary, it simply gives it more wealth to destroy.
Had it been allowed to fail naturally, the profitable pieces of GM would have been bought up and put to good use by now. The laid off employees would likely have found new jobs and all that capital would be in private hands, reinvested in companies that produce products demanded by consumers. Instead, we are all poorer now.
Political pressure, rather than the rule of law, is deciding how to divide up the remains of GM. The bondholders had billions in retirement savings invested in the company, and though they were entitled to nearly three times as much as the United Auto Workers, the bondholders were left with just a 10 percent stake compared to the union’s 17.5 percent stake. For their 60 percent stake, taxpayers have a future of constant bailouts to look forward to.
Comingling public control of private business is known as fascism. While today’s politicians may feel emboldened with all their new power, history will only repeat itself as all this collapses on itself. It is the height of hubris for bureaucrats and politicians to attempt to control the market and the freewill of the American people. In the end, the market always wins out. Maybe one day future generations will wise up and allow free markets to function and thrive without the albatross of government around its neck. For now, it looks like those in charge have not learned the lessons of the past, and have doomed us to repeat those mistakes once again.
Did you realize that the so called ‘institutional’ bondholders were investing people’s retirement funds? And were squeezed out of what they were owed?
ginger, government controlled industry is. Railroads are only a portion of that.
michael P, fascism has to do with the level of government control, it is philosophicaly neutral. Stalin was a communist AND a fascist.
Dilligas, you clearly have not researched Ron Paul. I suggest you do.

He doesn’t even accept participation in the Congressional pension program which vests on day one — and he has worked there 20 years.
bob, this is what economic fascism is. People use the term in a sloppy fashion.
bob, this is what economic fascism is. People use the term in a sloppy fashion.
bob – look it up

financi4 answers:

No. And you really need to see what facism is. The link below will show you.

Charles asks…

how do i behave with my Father?

hi there,
i am student of engineering in MU and i am belong to middle class family in india
my dad is well reputed officer in private company in mumbai having good salary,
now coming back to me i failed in engineering and did same mistake twice,despite of he spent money on me i unable to pass maths subject..but now i passed with blessings of god finally.
now 2 months holiday and i want to invest these time for growing my extra curricular skills+study skills,for making better future educationally i take dissension to work as an intern in my field so that my knowledge+experience increase and i don’t and it will benefit me during my interview for job…
My father ignored me and say no!!when i asked for reason they ignores and walk away!
then i told him that i like to play football and interested in joining club he refused!
then i ask for going for holiday trip–same answer!!
just **** person he is just dont want me to do anything just want me in front of him whole day and keep talking with me foolish things about his life…i feel complex when i look at other people at my age,and he knows that thing,also my mobile is not working i told him to buy for me new one he didn’t!!!!as an engineer i require laptop i asks him,same answer!!
i am seek at home,i feel like a bird in a cage having all facilities but not able to fly…
i really feel like i am in jail.
i dont love him
and his respect as a father is going descending day by day
if you people can suggest me how to behave with this person called”DAD”!
and what is solution on this situation please please let me know
and remember it can happen with anyone!!!
so i thankful to you for reading this and please i am waiting for suggestions,advise,etc
regards.

financi4 answers:

I had a friend of mine, whose dad used to beat his mom until she bled. He fought violently with his dad when he was 14.

He, his dad and his mom have still been living under the same roof for the next 12 years. They just don’t talk to each other.

I thought his dad was pure evil. But it turns out, his dad’s behavior was because of dire financial problems. He was just too proud to admit it. Today, my friend is placed in the IT sector and earns a lot for himself and his family. His dad now speaks to him.

Coming to your case, this could be the problem with your dad too. He might be facing some sort of a problem. I guess it’s time for you to get a job and buy these goodies for yourself. Unfortunate, but it happens to a lot of families where the dads just want to give up. But I do know of the same kind of dads who have regained trust in their kids after they did something. Some of my friends went abroad for higher studies, after working for a couple of years…all to earn their parents’ trust.

Anyway, it sucks to see childhood pass doesn’t it? :(

William asks…

If Hannity, Rush,Laura and Levin are so smart, why do they keep saying this?

Over and over again, I hear them saying that we need to rely on the private sector for job creation when the whole anatomy of the “private sector” has changed?
The emergence of large chain stores like Wall-Mart,Sam’s,Loew’s,ect.,have been the source of many small businesses to close. The emergence and rapid advancement of electronic personal devices that do so much now, have cost people a ton of jobs. Newspapers are shutting down, Post Offices are closing. And can anyone tell me what defines a “small business”? You can’t because there is no official number or size established. And further more, the richest people in the United States now have the highest percentage of all money by some 7 percent over the last 10 years. That’s a lot of money. Additionally,more people do not have the old school mentality to re-invest in society in the form of job creation. Regardless of what Limbaugh and company say, I disagree, greed is bad and it has affected job creation in the private sector immensely. The size of the average home increased ridiculously in the last 25 years. A couple and 2 kids in a 12 room house…that’s not overkill?
And seriously people…does anyone have any idea how many “private” companies depend on Government to survive? Lockheed Martin…URS Corporation…Jacobs Engineering Group…Boeing…Raytheon…Hewlitt Packard…Dell Computer Co….. and the list goes on….and on.
I am sorry, but it is sad that people like Rush and Hannity have so many buying in on their nonsense.
How many of you really think the way we looked at the private sector 50 years ago can be applied to 2010?

financi4 answers:

How wonderful to hear from someone else who knows what going on: Hello and Thank You. Both parties competed to ruin are production driven and middle class ruled society. If I were to pick winners I would select Democrats for the financial and housing disaster, and Republicans for the corruptions in the free-enterprise system. But they were close races. Hannity has no credibility. Limbau knows whats going on, but he is focused heavily on beating down the democrats. I don’t pay attention to any of them. Remember that the de-industrialisation of America was a bi-partisan policy that began in the 50’s and brought down are industrial base in the seventies. Reagan turned the corporations loose on America, and Clinton revived Carters urban renewal policy that brought the crash we experienced. We gotta get rid of all of them.

Mark asks…

How do I make towing company pay for damage done in tow?

Quick summery:
1) Car was towed from my designated spot. It had no sticker because we were test driving it. Had dealer tags and was parked in my 2 covered designated spots for 1 night because my kids were in car and it was late and no other spots were available.
2) After explaining the sequence of events to the appartment manager she called and my car was towed back to the parking lot it was taken from and dropped off in a private spot. It sat there for 1 week before I even got in it.
3) I left it there for that long after it was towed back to me because I noticed a tear in the back window.
4) I filled out a damage report sheet for the towing company
5) They denied it and claimed it was because they reviewed the pics they took when towing it and said it was torn before they towed it. I asked them to send me the pics they used when determining the claim.
6) They sent me the pics, and it looked clear to me that it was not damaged until the tow back to my parking lot.
7) They claimed they saw the prior damage when they enlarged the pics, so I asked them how to do that because I could not figure out how when I was reviewing pics they sent. I told them the program they allowed me to view the pics said I needed the pic owners permission to download and enlarge them.
8) They argued that should not be the case to enlarge, but said they would try and make them possible for me to enlarge. I explained that they simply needed to go check a box that would allow me to do so.
9) They ended up sending me 4 pics only that I could enlarge. These pics were missing the date that was on the other 36 pic sequence I originally viewed.
10) after many broken promises they made to get me the ability to enlarge all pics, and at least 8 weeks of patiently waiting for them to do what they said, they finally gave me some crap about I just didn’t like the outcome of the pics they sent. In my opinion they showed clearly that they caused the damage.

Ok now my options seem to be limited to the following:
1) Hire a lawyer and take them to court. Costly and time consuming
2) File a complaint with the TDLR which is basically an inhouse organization that cators to the towing companies
3) Take it to small claims court myself. Very time consuming and not being a lawyer it seems like asking a plumer to change out the fuel system on my car.
4) Go to hell with their cock in my ass

Is there no other options that don’t cost me so much time or money invested? I have been waiting to return the car from the test drive until I can return it in the same shape I took it from them in. Luckily the owner of the car lot is a friend and has been very patient thus far.
Please give me advise other than what I have concluded. If you could leave me an email or some way to contact you if you have any questions I could answer or if you want to see the pics
Thanks.
PS. I don’t have the type of car insurance that would cover this or would have gone that route.

financi4 answers:

The owner of the car lot should have insurance on the vehicle or it would not be legal for them to allow a test drive, but of all the options you listed the least time consuming is small claims court and appears to be your best and only option. The only other way would be for the apartment manager to force the tow company to pay the bill, the manager was the one who erroneously had the car towed so she would be responsible for the damage. You may have to file against both the tow company and the apartment leasing company.

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Faith-Based Investing: Believers Engaging the Boardroom

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Faith-Based Investing: Believers Engaging the Boardroom

Faith-based investors, according to the report, engage with companies because their religious faith leads them to support such ideals as “stewardship, justice, care of creation and the environment, and debt relief.” They consider environmental, social
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MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI: Outdated System Needs Investing

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MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI: Outdated System Needs Investing

Governor Branstad visited Davenport to discuss making the most of the Mississippi River on Tuesday. The mighty Mississippi plays a crucial role in the global economy moving $12 billion in products each year, but officials say its crumbling navigation
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