Boosted by an impressive 2nd quarter earnings report released on July 17th, Netflix stock hit an all-time high, exceeding analysts’ expectations.
Cryptocurrency fever is sweeping the world and creating a new financial bubble that many see as a viable investment opportunity.
Sound money advocates rejoiced as Governor John Bel Edwards signed House Bill 396 into law in recent days.
When selling a home, there are going to be a lot of people coming and going and checking out the property. As a real estate agent, it’s your job to be able to distinguish between a viewer with intent and a run-of-the-mill looky-loo. Your success in negotiation is going be planted firmly in your ability to read the homebuyer.
Forex trading is more popular than ever. Recent world events such as the French Elections, Brexit, and last year’s U.S. elections have created dramatic surges in trading volume, and new traders are jumping on board in mass, trying to take advantage of the volatility created by these events.
The price of cryptocurrency Ethereum in 2017 is going through the roof, similar to the price of Bitcoin and several other cryptocurrencies. Our Ethereum price forecast for 2017 and later is very bullish. Interestingly, there are no Ethereum price forecasts available on the web. So we are among the first ones to forecast the Ethereum […]
There are a number of ways to get a loan for a business. It is important that you know how lenders will structure the loans and what the common variations are.
Most money experts say that investing is one of the best ways to secure your financial future. But if you’re living week to week, finding the money to invest in anything seems like an impossible dream. It’s not. Follow our advice to start investing with $500 or even less.
When you do anything for the first time it is very stressful and property investment is no different. Your first rental home is a major investment, but you should make it as stress-free as possible.
Inflation is the most pernicious of taxes levied by our government. Officials systematically devalue the Federal Reserve Note “dollar,” then levy capital gains taxes on assets when their dollar price rises.