Green Investing Helps The Environment The environmental future of our planet is uncertain. To better understand, some investors are interested in “Green Investing” – looking for ways to invest in environmentally friendly companies and help them grow more rapidly than their competitors who do not focus on the environment as much. Investing money into these […]
What Is Profit? Profit is one of the many terms you’re going to hear when it comes to running a business. It’s important for everyone who has an interest in owning or working at their own place, no matter what they sell or do where that may be READ MORE HERE!
If you’re looking to get the most out of your savings account, be sure to take advantage of these tips. You’re probably not saving your money with a financial institution in vain. After all, they pay very little interest, to begin with, and it can be difficult for them to do any better than that […]
When assessing a business for acquisition or turn around, focus on six basics – Management, Assets, Strategy, Revenue, Costs, and Potential synergies/M&A. What might look good on a spreadsheet or a presentation often fails one or more basic. Be ready to make quick changes. Too often, we get enamored with the potential of a business […]
Leveraged loans, covenant-lite agreements, and historically low-interest rates and defaults gave us a frothy corporate debt market. An economic downturn could be crushing on weak banks/FI’s and investors, as well as companies on edge. The article by Fortune discusses the issues in more detail. Long story short, we are operating at the marginal edge, and […]
According to Sparktoro, almost 50% of searches result in no-click – including over 60% mobile. Is your business optimized for GMB? Is your content structured, so you get in featured snippets? SEO & users are changing. Is your strategy?
Socialism is an economic system based on government control of the means and outputs of production – usually through regulation or ownership. As a practical matter, “socialism” runs on a continuum from government regulation to internalize externalities through total government economic control. I do not universally conflate economic policy with social policy in this definition. […]
The ability to have free trade in goods and services helps more than it hurts. The global economic powers must help those negatively affected to transition, but the world is a better place when goods and services, instead of weapons and soldiers, cross borders. Less Open Borders Hurt – The Economist
After 8 years of aggressive policy moves by both the Bush and Obama administrations, little has fundamentally changed in the economic life of the average American. We are no longer looking at a collapse of the banking system. Still, underemployment, wage stagnation, a crushing debt load, and frustration with increased regulation – particularly wage and […]