5 Steps to Safeguard Yourself from a Real Estate Bubble

August 26th, 2014
As any Internet stock investor can tell you, it is no fun to be in a bubble when it bursts. While there is still considerable debate about whether or not the recent run up in home prices represents a true bubble, it is certainly prudent for those in the real estate market, whether as homeowners, investors, or both, to take the necessary steps to protect themselves against a downturn in housing prices. Avoid borrowing against home equity The first important strategy for avoiding the pain of a ...
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Basis Capital In The Hedge Fund For The Savvy Investor

August 19th, 2014
Wow, it's just starting and it's not going to stop. Basis Capital is an Australian hedge fund. They run about a billion dollars under management. What you have to keep in mind however is that hedge funds use LEVERAGE, big leverage. The average hedge fund manager in the United States is using 6 times the capital base of the money he is managing, as leverage. In the race for performance or the elusive alpha, some hedge fund managers are pushing the envelope and using as much as 10 times ...
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Hsbc Fx Trading Platform - Three Point Arbitrage (TPA)

August 12th, 2014
Hsbc Fx Trading Platform Three Point Arbitrage is based on the concept of "Relative Arbitrage" and was designed to exploit price disparities among three currency pairs. It is one of the Forex Hedge Fund Strategies used to capitalize on the triangular relationship between two hard currency pairs and their respective cross rates. This triangular relationship provides an effective source for arbitrage opportunities due to the fact that the cross rate of two currencies do not always coincide with ...
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Using Accounts Receivable Factoring to Fund Your Company

August 4th, 2014
Finding the right business financing solution for a company can be a major challenge, even for seasoned professionals. Each financing solution has benefits and drawbacks and knowing which solution to deploy is critical. Deploying the wrong solution can have long term negative consequences for your company, dragging down growth. One specific challenge stems from selling products and services to other companies on net 30 terms. This can be a problem because most companies incur a number of ...
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Real Estate Bubble? How to profit in ANY Real Estate Market

July 28th, 2014
Real Estate Bubble? How to Profit in ANY Real Estate Market With all the talk of a pending real estate bubble or falling sales prices, real estate investors need to guard their money and find new ways to make money. No matter what the market does, you can make money investing in real estate when you know what to do and what to avoid. How to Make Money investing in real estate Today Buy smart. Research your market so you know how to find a bargain investment property. It's difficult to ...
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Investor Crap Games

July 20th, 2014
Investor Crap Games By William Cate Ask not how much money you'll make from a speculative investment. Instead, ask how likely you are to lose your risk capital. Most investors will find better odds wagering their money in Las Vegas, Macao or Monte Carlo than being angel investors to private companies. Private company speculation is far riskier than betting on stocks to appreciate in value. Your money will be in jeopardy for years. There's no liquidity in a private company speculation. You can't ...
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Raising Money

July 12th, 2014
Raising Money It isn't cheap. It isn't easy. The winners in the rush for risk capital are the CFOs (Chief Financial Officers) who understand how to play the money game. Private companies seek risk capital from American Venture Capital Firms (VCs) and wealthy individuals called Angel Investors. A 2003 study shows that U.S. Domestic company odds of raising money from Venture Capitalists are less than one business plan in ten thousand will be funded. The initial VC capitalization will be for less ...
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Bouncing On The Real Estate Bubble...How The Newbie Breaks In

July 4th, 2014
Creative real estate investors have been experiencing a boom over the last decade. They have been able to see some serious profits in a relatively short period of time. Some markets continue to show this amazing growth too. Areas like Phoenix, AZ and Las Vegas, NV are as hot as the desert that they are located in. Some people predict and end in sight very quickly, while others believe that it will continue. Now, being that this article is based on facts, let's agree that we are currently in a ...
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Hate To Burst Your Bubble

June 27th, 2014
If you`ve been online for more than a week, you`ve probably already seen them. Ads that promise great wealth, in little or no time, for little or no work on your behalf. They then go on to tell you how simple and easy it is to work from home, being your own boss and setting your own hours. Sounds great, doesn`t it? But is it actually true? Ok, so you get to decide your work hours, but let me tell you, there`s a LOT of hours involved here, and a LOT of hard work, and even then, you may not ...
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Hedge Fund 101 - Make Money with Hedge Funds

June 20th, 2014
Investors are always looking for the best investments that will yield the most profit. Any investor who can afford the extra cost should consider investing in Hedge Funds. Hedge Funds were started in 1949 by Alfred Winslow Jones, who pioneered non-traditional investment strategies. Jones innovated this new investment strategy by selling short stocks, while buying other stocks (long stocks). Hedge Funds are very similar to Mutual Funds, except that there are fewer regulations on Hedge Funds. As ...
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