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Month: January 2018


Exclusive vs. Inclusive Investing

January 30, 2018

There are many different approaches to investing in the stock market, but most fall under two categories: exclusive and inclusive. Exclusive means conducting thorough research on prospective companies and investing in a portfolio of select, thoroughly vetted securities. One of the advantages of this approach is that if an investor’s research pans out, he could…

Study Proves Aging a One-Way Process

January 23, 2018

As you may have already suspected, aging is not a reversible process. This was confirmed in a new study titled “Intercellular Competition and Inevitability of Multicellular Aging,” in which researchers concluded it’s impossible to halt the aging process in multi-cellular organisms like humans.1 Scientists have found a cellular mechanism that enables a reverse aging affect…

Innovation Around the World

January 16, 2018

Digital music service Spotify and the popular electronic games Minecraft and Candy Crush Saga all originated in Sweden. The country is home to some of the world’s largest technology companies and is second only to Silicon Valley for tech giants.1 Sweden provides free health care, free higher education and outstanding infrastructure with the third-fastest internet…

Patience Is Your Biggest Investment Asset

January 9, 2018

An Excerpt from the Article: Patience is a virtue, but it can be difficult for investors to master. Focusing on short-term results may impede progress toward long-term investing objectives, limiting the potential of your portfolio. Over time, what you invest in may prove less important than your ability to ride out movements in the market. A…

Taking Required Minimum Distribution

January 9, 2018

Retirement savings accounts that allow employees to make pretax contributions have a caveat: At some point, taxes must be paid on that earned income. The Internal Revenue Code generally requires that retirement account owners take a certain amount of money out of those accounts each year, starting when they reach age 70 ½. This is…

Year-End Tax Tips

January 2, 2018

As of this writing, Congress is attempting to reform our tax code. While changes are common with every new presidential administration, an initiative so transforming as to be called “tax reform” is quite unusual — the last major tax overhaul happened during the Reagan administration in 1986.1 According to Fox News, some who may benefit…

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