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Kevin Oneill

Financial Tips Corliss Group Online Magazine: Trust Facebook for investing advice? Not Yet - 1 views

Social media and financial advice aren't such an easy match after all. Sure, the initial attraction is obvious. With one stroke, advisers can woo clients with regular investment tips on Facebook a...

Financial Tips Corliss Group Online Magazine Trust Facebook for investing advice? Not yet

started by Kevin Oneill on 10 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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Corliss Online Financial Mag: Buying Shares or a free practice/virtual trading - 5 views

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    A share has several features that you should understand and get familiar with. The share features are enumerated and defined below. * Last Price - The last price the share was traded at. * Ask Price - The price at which you can buy your stock. * Bid Price - The price at which you can sell your stock. Note: There is always a small difference between the bid and the ask price, this is where the market makers earn money.
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    Trading shares is one aspect of financial awareness that requires wider dissemination, especially with the onslaught of controversies surrounding Wall Street activities and global economics, in general. A basic appreciation of the complex process would help both would-be investor and non-investor alike achieve a working knowledge of the industry. Educating people about the stock market will also promote the industry to more people who might be encouraged to invest and prepare for financial future through engaging actively in a potentially promising wealth-building undertaking. Although Corliss Online financial Mag presents itself as an e-zine or online magazine, the traditional features of the magazine are not present. The friendly-ness of most magazines are clearly not there. Except for the few pictures on the homepage, we are shown nothing more to make the e-zine appear inviting. All the rest, the layout, the color and the overall presentation leaves much to be desired. In contrast to the frenzied action that happens on the stock market floor, the treatment as well as presentation of the subject matter reminds one of most college textbooks on logic and economics. One has to be so focused on making money and nothing else - no art, no drama, no panache - to keep on reading and enjoying it. One gains a lot, of course, in the same way that most students have to learn in order to pass the exam in class. In this case, one will gain enough to become a more-or-less knowledgeable stock market investor in the long run, with enough practice and experience. Learning the first steps in any endeavor, after all, requires knowing the basic definitions of the subject. Plenty of that in the mag although we could need some more illustrations. But I guess, the editors aimed for a very fundamental approach in order to give beginners a smooth-sailing introduction to the intricate world of stock trading. All in all, the webpage provides all that one needs to know to make that giant
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    The phenomenon of share prices moving up or down is a dynamic process worth looking into and understanding in order to appreciate what is happening and how it affects one's investment. The website attributes the movements to "supply and demand" - the ubiquitous main players in the whole economic or business world. And so, a share price goes up when certain conditions are present. Let us discuss them one by one. "When a firm is making big profits", the demand for it goes up and the price follows suit. Obviously, people would want to become part owner of a company that is making it big. But who decides the price should go up? The company or the market? The website does not explain further. Perhaps, it is a secret or an unnecessary information for the investor. Really? We all have the right to know. The second reason is that "many people want to buy the shares to get the rewards of the profits." This is not so obvious a reason as the first. It seems similar or the very same first reason above. This probably applies to companies that are already highly valued. Third, "few people want to sell the shares." Again, this is merely the reverse of the second and which could be a result of the first reason. We seem to be going around in circles here. So far, we only have one viable reason for prices to go up. Last reason provided is "only a few shares are available to buy." Now, that looks like a different reason. But then again, it an indirect result of the first reason. Looking at the other side of the picture merely presents a mirror image of what we just went through above. In short, supply and demand, even for shares, totally depends on the profitability of companies. Nothing more. One wonders if this simple survey of the stock market is overly simplistic or is it that we can look at the whole process as a simple one and that somewhere the complexity is an artificial characteristic that is manufactured to confuse or deceive people? And the plo
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    Going to the fundamentals is always a good practice in many areas. More so in the stock market investment. Corliss Online Financial Mag provides us a quick survey of a company's "fundamentals" which involves analysis of its Financial statement, review of its profitability and computing other Financial parameters to help the investor measure the firm's Financial health. All these require a working knowledge of Financial principles. Hence, no investor can achieve a significant amount of success in the stock market without fully understanding these principles. Unless, of course, one assigns the difficult analysis to Financial consultants and merely take Financial advice at face value. But this puts any investor to genuine risks. That is why having a respectable and reliable company such as Corliss Group is vital. Transparency is a valuable quality to look for in a Financial consultant group. One must ask questions and dig deep into issues that may affect one's investment. This is the only way the complexity of the stock market can be unravelled. Of course, there will always be trade secrets in any "trading" endeavor. Yet, as long as one stays long enough in action, these hidden mechanisms (if they do exist) will eventually present themselves as they often do in other fields. What encourages many investors to continue to remain in the market is its quality of being apparently easy and simple although it is in reality a totally complex matter. It is much like the ocean that appears calm on the surface but totally chaotic and foreboding underneath. That is where the sharks, serpents and monsters dwell. And since most people swim or paddle only on the surface, they do not truly appreciate the reality of things. Or who the real winners are. Still, anyone can make a living or catch enough fish simply by skimming the surface of the sea. Until one decides to face greater risk and dive overboard and catch more fish underneath. This is precisely what understanding
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    Getting to know a company certainly helps in mapping out one's investment. It is like courting a girl: If you want to enter into a serious relationship with her, you must invest time and money to get to know her more to find out her real value. The good thing about shares is that you can sell it and still make a profit.
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    Corliss Online Financial Mag describes the process of buying shares, a rather simple step done through a brokerage account. Exactly what a brokerage account is and how it is acquired and where one can get one is not explained. However, the website advises the reader to visit links to fill up that information gap. Also, the site suggests enrolling in a free practice/virtual trading at ADVFN. Alright, that removes all the missing info from a mere reading and depending on the essential information published on Corliss' website. Besides, it is not any person or company's obligation to spoon-feed its readers when they themselves can get that information somewhere else. The crucial step of buying shares at certain prices is the first and, perhaps, the ultimate step involved in the process of stock market investment. That is where all the asking and the bidding occur. That is where all the success and failure of the entire process begins and ends. Finally, that is where all the feelings of triumph or regret will be focused on by the players after all the counting has ended. In the din of figures flashing and voices calling out prices and names of companies, one thing is supreme: The individual investor started it all by buying the share at the determined price. It is the same case with those who call out a number at a game of dice or the number chosen at a roulette game. Win or lose, the process goes on and the dice fall how they may. This unseen and unheralded reality in the process of shares trading is inevitable and even expected, although blindsided people may not realize they will go through it or do so oftentimes. It may seem counter-intuitive for those who see trading as an emotionless or dead activity. But as one that involves humans and Financial passion for making wealth and dreaming of a comfortable life, it will always involve some form of mystical or transcendental passage not easily acknowledged or recognized. Not that shares trading can be likened to a
britneypearce

Americans have limited financial knowledge, survey says - 1 views

A new survey authorized by the Fifth Third Bank and performed by Research Now, reveals that Americans have limited financial knowledge and stability, based on The Corliss Group online magazine repo...

Americans have limited knowledge survey says Financial Review Corliss Group online magazine

started by britneypearce on 23 May 15 no follow-up yet
robert fourtier

The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: "Financial Planning Tips" - 1 views

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    "Financial Planning Tips," A New Article On Vkool.Com, Teaches People How To Create A Personal Financial Plan Easily - V-kool The new "Financial Planning Tips" article on the site Vkool.com instructs readers how to create Financial own basic Financial plan effectively. Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) February 01, 2014 The new "Financial Planning Tips" article on the site Vkool.com delivers to people helpful tips on how to create a Financial plan within a short period of time. At the beginning of the article, the author recommends people to determine Financial current Financial situations.
Lynette Warner

The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: How to avoid Financial ruin - 1 views

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    Consumers Can Avoid Financial Ruin, National Debt Relief Provide Tips On How To Do It National Debt Relief publishes an article on Financial website to reveal 8 tips that will help consumers avoid Financial ruin. Philadelphia, PA ( PRWEB ) January 31, 2014 National Debt Relief is intent on helping consumers avoid Financial ruin. On January 28, the leading debt relief company published an article titled "8 Ways You Can Remove Financial Ruin From Your Future." This article discussed various tips that will save consumers from another Financial crisis.
Beatriz Nikolai

The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: Financial Tips for Boomers Looking to Retire Abroad - 1 views

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    The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: Financial Tips for Boomers Looking to Retire Abroad As baby boomers continue to redefine retirement, many are looking to settle abroad to launch the next chapter in Financial life. Whether you are seeking a warmer climate, better tax advantages or more adventure, Financial planners say retiring to a foreign land can present a number of Financial challenges. To help create a retirement guidebook for boomers looking to leave the country to live out Financial golden years, I spoke with Michael Ward, CEO of USForex - North America and Europe, who detailed how retirees can preserve Financial income and avoid losing money when living abroad.
Gerald Hussen

Saving Money: Tips everyone in their 20s should know by their Tips Corliss Group Online Magazine - 2 views

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    Financial advisers stress that there are several money lessons everyone in Financial 20s should know. For example, start saving at least 10 percent of your monthly income. Changing your Financial state requires a kind of time travel to commune with your future self. Where do you want to be in 10, 20 years? Are you on the right path, or heading in the wrong direction? The time value of money-that is, how savings, investments and debt levels compound with the passing of years-means that money habits, good or bad, created when we start to earn cash echo into the decades that follow. And a whispered bit of wisdom up front can keep you from howling over your mistakes later in life. We polled our NerdWallet network of Ask an Advisor certified Financial planners about the greatest regrets and lessons you should learn in your 20s, 30s and 40s. Taken together, these could be considered 12 steps toward securing your Financial future. And they all hinge on two keys skills we must learn-and often relearn-in our money lives: prepare and stick to a budget, and establish good savings habits. We'll address the 30s and 40s later this week, but first: your 20s. "Understand that the world has changed. You will be more responsible for your Financial future in regard to earning a living, retirement planning, funding and investing, health insurance coverage and costs and less coverage through government programs," says Jerome Deutsch, managing director of U.S. Institutional Markets for Index Strategy Advisors in Decatur, Georgia. "Learn, plan and live mindfully and with a long-term perspective. It may not sound like fun, but you have a long life ahead of you."
Irvin Carrasco

Subscription Newsletter Corliss Group Financial Magazine: 5 Dos and Don'ts for Greater Financial Security - 1 views

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    With the unemployment rate slowly falling, many Americans are facing a healthier job market and trying to get their their lives back on track. Based on findings of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation's National their Capability Study of more than 25,000 Americans, the FINRA Foundation has developed five tips to help you manage daily their challenges and build a brighter their future in 2014.
Jeremy Gates

The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: College pros offer tips on filing for Financial aid - 1 views

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    Just before tax season comes the opportunity for college-bound students to apply for monetary assistance via the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The program collects and sends financial data to colleges that use it to award need-based financial aid to students. Filing a FAFSA was once daunting, according to Pam Rambo, a former college financial aid and admissions professional who now works as a researcher for families and students looking to maximize financial financial aid opportunities. For more useful reference: http://corlissonlinegroup.com/ http://corlissonlinefinancialmag.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/corlissonlinefinancialmag
Leslie Cordovan

Corliss Online Financial Mag: P&G to Sell 100 Brands - 1 views

Consumer goods manufacturer Procter & Gamble confirmed last week that they plan to sell off a total of 100 brands, suggesting deeper cuts than originally reported. P&G confirmed they have ...

Corliss Online Financial Mag P&G to Sell 100 Brands

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Gerald Hussen

Corliss Online Group Financial magazine 8 Financial Planning Tips - 1 views

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    If you're like most Americans, you probably didn't make a new year's resolution to get started with long-term financial planning. A staggering 84 percent of respondents to a New Year's Resolution Survey from Allianz Life Insurance said that financial planning was not among financial 2014 resolutions at all-the highest percentage ever to reveal that in the survey's history. What held them back? Well, 30 percent said they don't believe they make enough money to "worry" about financial planning. That's bizarre. Shouldn't having less money increase your need to manage what you have effectively? Regardless of your situation, I hope you'll engage in the planning process this year-and the sooner you get started, the better.
Gerald Hussen

Financial Review Corliss Group online magazine: Ways to reduce your vulnerability on ta... - 1 views

10 ways to reduce your vulnerability on tax-related identity theft Identity theft continues to be one of the major growing crimes in United States nowadays, and places a large burden on victims, b...

10 ways to reduce your vulnerability on tax-related identity theft Financial Review Corliss Group online magazine

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Corliss Online Financial Mag: Japan, Australia May Join China-Led Bank - 1 views

Japan signaled that it could join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) after all if certain conditions were met satisfactorily. This is despite the United States already expressing con...

Corliss Online Financial Mag Japan Australia May Join China Led Bank

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britneypearce

Financial Review Corliss Group Online Magazine: WealthyU - Keeping You And Your Money S... - 1 views

Every two seconds someone has their identity stolen. The holiday shopping season is in full swing and the scammers, crooks and identity thieves are on the prowl. their guru Deborah Owens joine...

Financial Review Corliss Group Online Magazine

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