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Tip of the Day "Fee-Only" is Your Friend

"Fee-Only" is Your Friend - Unlike financial advisors that work on a fee-base or commission-base service, "Fee Only" based advisors are the only ones legal obligated to act in your...

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Price Risk

Price Risk - The market price of stock can go up and down. A price risk is a risk coming from the possibility that the price of stock or physical commodities declines (goes down) The investment is worth less than what is paid for in the first place. Commodities are used by contract buyers, bought upon contract on spot markets or future markets. These commodities are also market-sensitive and the price can go up or down here as well. The risk to lose money on stock is mostly temporarily but when stock prices in general are going down, the financial world can land into a crisis.

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Stock price fluctuate according to the market developments and in that case, you have to be very careful while you invest on it. Thanks for reminding the precautions that you have to take while engaging in stock businesses and it will be a big help for the investors.

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Definition of the Day Portfolio

Definition: All of your investments.  If you own five stocks, a bond, and have bank CD's, those would be collectively referred to as your portfolio. TeenAnalyst Advice: When you hear a person talking about their portfolio, they're just referring to all of their investments.  If they say their portfolio is up...

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