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Tip of the Day Keep at Lease Three Month's Worth of Living Expenses in a Savings Account or High-Yield Money Market Account

Keep at Lease Three Month's Worth of Living Expenses in a Savings Account or High-Yield Money Market Account - Because we need to rely on our emergency funds during time...

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  • Government Bond Money

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    The U.S. government spends an enormous amount of money each year. Federal taxes are used to pay for many expenditures. The government has many ways to raise income such as raising taxes or borrowing money. However, taxes cannot pay for everything and higher taxes are always unpopular. This leaves the government in the position of incurring more debt. One such way to raise money is through government bonds. Government bond money is in all practical sense loans issued by the government to raise money for a variety of federal expenditures...

  • International Pension Funds

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    International pension funds are mutual funds purchased in any country outside of the USA. When thinking of retirement income, most people do not think of investing in international pension funds. Just about every country will have these funds because frankly, residents of the country in question do need to provide for their retirement as well. Just like the USA, mutual funds in other countries are based on stocks and bonds, and in this global economic time, when the US economy is still rather sluggish, it is a wise investment...

  • Letter to Mr. Market about Alibaba

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    Dear Mr. Market, I just want to write you this letter to state how frustrated you make me feel sometimes as an average investor. I don’t manage other people’s money, all I have is some savings through hard work. I am fully aware the depreciation value of dollar with time and with interest rate so low, it’s better to invest the money than leaving it in the bank. You are a wonderful guy sometimes, so logical and fair, but sometimes, sometimes you turn into this monster that I don’t know, devours...

  • Corporate Bond Rates

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    As corporate bonds reach their maturity date, corporate bond rates are determined. The corporate bond rates will determine whether there will be a quick pro-quo in capital gains profit or loss. Investors who hold thousands of dollars and in some cases millions of dollars worth of corporate bonds will keep a close eye on the rates of the bond as the maturity date draws closer. As the government interest rates rise and fall, deemed through the Treasury, so do the corporate bond rates fluctuate. The yield price factor of corporate...

  • Pension Funds Association

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    Earlier Pension Funds Association existed in the form of federation of employees’ pension fund from the year 1967 and it took the present name from 2004. The primary objective of Pension funds Association is to provide benefits for those persons who broke away from pension funds scheme within 10 years of membership by aggregating the different plans for them. This association engages in the management of fixed assets which acts as financial source for pension. Pension Funds Association also initiates study and investigation on the issues of corporate pension at...

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Definition of the Day Loan Stock

Loan Stock - Loan Stock is a type of fixed income security, a loan made to a company. Although the term loan stock might suggest otherwise, the holder of a fixed income security is merely the company's creditor and does not have any say in their business. There are two...

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