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  1. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    28/07/2016
    Francisco Lopez
    A stunning prediction of climate science — and basic physics — may now be coming true
    www.washingtonpost.com NASA researchers suggest sea levels may be plunging around Greenland because of ice loss and a resulting decline in gravitational...
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  2. ProducerJOAQUIN BARQUERO ESTEVAN
    Why do institutional investors "exit" instead of raising their voice?
    Why do institutional investors "exit" instead of raising their voice?A certain time ago, I published a post about Pescanova, (1) a rather small public firm. At the time its problems were unveiled by an investor who didn`t believe the accounts and management´s explanations about the CF trends, no “voice” had been...
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  3. ProducerIan Morris

    Ian Morris

    14/07/2016
    Time to act
    Time to actALEX HOGG THIS MORNING. Capital is cowardly, flowing only to places where it feels safe. Never to where it risks being appropriated by those controlling levers of power. Zimbabwe is the poster nation for this reality. Its continued...
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  4. Guddy Vyas

    Guddy Vyas

    09/07/2016
    DELISTING OF SECURITIES - MEANING, ROUTES & ITS CAUSES

    Delisting cannot removal of the securities of listed companies from the official list of stock exchanges.

    #guestpost #SEBI #NIFTY #BSE #SENSEX #NSE #Delisting #Securities
    Guddy Vyas
    DELISTING OF SECURITIES - MEANING, ROUTES & ITS CAUSES | Vyas Infotech
    www.vyasinfotech.com
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  5. Guddy Vyas

    Guddy Vyas

    28/06/2016
    EFFECT OF BREXIT ON INDIAN ECONOMY

    Because of the Brexit route,it may creates a recession risks that could decline IT demand further,it is also hurting the 10-14% revenue growth for the UK businesses of the Indian IT companies in a next FY-17.

    #BREXIT #EU #EuropeanUnion #IndianEconomy #Economy #NIFTY #SENSEX #ITSector 
    Guddy Vyas
    WHAT IS THE EFFECT ON INDIAN ECONOMY OF BREXIT? | Vyas Infotech
    www.vyasinfotech.com
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  6. ProducerDean Owen

    Dean Owen

    21/06/2016
    A little information with a pinch of awareness
    A little information with a pinch of awarenessNote: By no means I am trying to offend someone or put the blame in a country, group, society or person. This article was written with information I gathered from some of my research for my thesis on the Master in Political Communication. If there's...
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    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    12/07/2016 #37 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #35 idk. It's not highlighting my comment in your comment, and I can't remember my original comment, so can you comment on my "specific comment" so I can comment back? Thanks!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    12/07/2016 #36 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #34 Now THAT's what I'm talkin' about, @NO one! You completed the circle! Off and Buzzzin' to donate now! Muaaah!
    Nick Mlatchkov
    12/07/2016 #35 Anonymous
    Margaret, I don't get what rats u are talking about?
    NO one
    11/07/2016 #34 NO one
    #25 #32 There are various NGOs but sometimes I don't know if I can trust not them but the gob blocking them. I leave here a link to one that is based in UK but Venezuelans run it and I think it could be a good one; it is for children in need: http://www.chamos.org.uk/ View more
    #25 #32 There are various NGOs but sometimes I don't know if I can trust not them but the gob blocking them. I leave here a link to one that is based in UK but Venezuelans run it and I think it could be a good one; it is for children in need: http://www.chamos.org.uk/ If I encounter in my research another one I'll put it here in the comments. Close
    NO one
    11/07/2016 #33 NO one
    #22 Dear Mags, yes it is outrageous how people in Venezuela are being treated inhumanely not only for clothes or dental higiene but they are being deprived of food and water. I feel so mad about this!! #24 @William VanDorin View more
    #22 Dear Mags, yes it is outrageous how people in Venezuela are being treated inhumanely not only for clothes or dental higiene but they are being deprived of food and water. I feel so mad about this!! #24 @William VanDorin I totally agree with you, transparency is one of the solutions and steps needed to change this madness but it is all an ongoing circle that only the "leaders" can stop. It is also super concerning how the wealth (not only economic) and the resources are so unjustly shared between the members of the society. Thank you for your comment. Close
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #32 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #31 So what is the plan, @NO one? What organization is working to help the masses? Because one person at a time, today and now, each one of us can make a difference in one life. And isn't that what we would want for ourselves? I want a Solution. Or tell me that there is nothing out there to help some of the people, and I can take it from there. This is staying on my desk. 👍🏽
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #30 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #26 Nice historical point, @Nick Mlatchkov; don't know how you'd know such historical fact....must have been personal to you at the time. But now we are free, and the rats that raced from one country to the next...where will they be when they are 45 years old? We need to keep helping one another. I wish for a magic formula.!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #29 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #25 Solutions. Yes! Every single problem has a solution. @NO one....is there a nonprofit out there? Can we mail them some clothes that we wear? For what shall we Do as we don't live in a shoe! We have hands to help...just tell us how to stop yelling.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #28 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #24 @William VanDorin, yes, the leaders look into their pockets more than into the eyes of their own people...and just like a stranded Felix the Cat on an island, he begins to look at his friend as his food, when his money/sustenance runs out. But pity the person that simply throws hands up in the air, for nothing is ever lost completely to despair. Not when helping hands are willing to go and do all the things without fear of the foe.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    10/07/2016 #27 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #23 @Paul Walters ~ was under the weather lol ~ good to be missed! So..yeah...I'm back. Just like Arnold....
    Nick Mlatchkov
    10/07/2016 #26 Anonymous
    A necessary clarification:
    Chavez introduced the low prices of gas in Venezuela long b4 the international rates dropped drastically as a result of the development of shale gas extraction in the US.
    William VanDorin
    09/07/2016 #24 William VanDorin
    The desire to affect a positive change by compassionate people is all to often corrupted by the power of the positions they are elected, or appointed to. It is unfortunate for us all that the established leadership does not support solutions equitable to the population, and is often driven by a completely different agenda. Though some countries are conspicuous in their excesses and abuse of power, this is a human ailment of self imposed ignorance Too many people stand in peril and countries on the edge of collapse through the manipulation of economies and resources. The diversion of resources and attitude away from warfare to humanitarian relief efforts would prove less costly and far more productive in fostering human and national relations. There is an understandable animosity towards countries of affluent decadence by impoverished populations fostered by our leadership. The walls of division are obvious, it's architects are not. There is no obvious solution and violence simply compounds the problem. There obviously is a dire need for transparency in our leadership, and severe penalties for political corruption imposed. Unfortunately for the population, our leadership is already profoundly corrupt, and the tragic irony is only they could implement such policies.
    Paul Walters
    09/07/2016 #23 Paul Walters
    #22 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD Hi ho wondered where you were ?
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    09/07/2016 #22 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    @NO one, without reading others' comments first, I can tell you the one thing that screams from this page more than anything else: the picture of the woman screaming from the page. She represents all that is lost: clothing, hairstyle, lipstick, the dentist, a toothbrush, and eventually, human dignity. In this new world of such inhumanity, only darkness can thrive together with the other shadows. What she needs is not further condemnation for a plight that is not of her own doing, nor platitudes for poets to dream of describing. She needs damn help. And she needs it from everyone around the world. Period. The message is so clear that I can't comprehend any other words without simple, basic compassion. If it was a dog or a dolphin instead of a human, perhaps she would be heard more humanely. Is every individual everyone "else's" problem? God forbid, NO! She is our problem. She is MY problem. Tell me what to do to help. Give me a Solution. Because I don't mind listening to the Problems in life. But I'm all about Solutions. And in 3 sec flat, I went from a complete stop to 100 mph. And I'm here. Tell me how to Help! And if there isn't a "Way," let's MAKE ONE! Today! It Can Be Done. Nothing is Impossible.
    Maja Vujovic
    07/07/2016 #21 Maja Vujovic
    #20 Thank you, Cat dear, for joining it so competently!
    NO one
    07/07/2016 #20 NO one
    #19 @Maja Vujovic thank you so much for the great initiative!
    Maja Vujovic
    05/07/2016 #19 Maja Vujovic
    Corruption and complaisance are two sides of the same coin and @NO one raises her voice against both, with this June author's pick we couldn't let you miss.
    Leckey Harrison
    21/06/2016 #17 Leckey Harrison
    It appears that some time revolution is the only answer. Our own Declaration is evidence of that, and we are at a tipping point soon here in the US. I find comments along the line that "they brought this upon themselves" incredibly insensitive and narrow minded. No one chooses corruption. No one chooses oppression for themselves. That is the choice of oppressors, and the powerful who have no moral compass.
    NO one
    21/06/2016 #16 NO one
    #15 Thank you for the comment tocaya! I better have a good grade since it'll mean that the project will be useful to make Venezuela a better place or at least it'll be my small contribution to a wonderful country =)
    Catalina Serrano
    21/06/2016 #15 Catalina Serrano
    Great post tocaya! There's an extremely sad situation in Venezuela since long time ago and I don't know how the hell are they going to change all this mess. Sad, very sad without any doubt. Anyway, good research, thanks for the info, keep doing like this and your thesis will have a very good mark! :)
  7. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    18/06/2016
    Francisco Lopez
    Heartbreaking photos show what it’s like living in a walled city of a brothel
    www.washingtonpost.com Photographer Sandra Hoyn visits the 200-year-old Kandapara brothel in...
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  8. ProducerWilliam Davis

    William Davis

    16/06/2016
    Biggest Overseas Investment for Disney's Fairytale New Theme Park
    Biggest Overseas Investment for Disney's Fairytale New Theme ParkSo the good news for our friends in China are that Disney has just opened its doors. The first theme park in this country is by now letting Chinese adventure and excitement lovers into the world of imagination and amusement. As many of you know a...
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    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    01/07/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    Fascinating. So Chinese investors have a 57% stake? At more than 50% 'authority,' it will be interesting to see what new venture ideas they can bring into their own culture. And we are all sorry for the boy that was killed at Disney Orlando....too many thoughts on that to comment. My father used to take us to Disney in Aneheim, California, once a year when his company, Systems Development Corporation, rented out the whole park only for its employees. It was closed to the public, and well...we just had a Supernatural Delight. haha. The Lion King is a fantastic, ethnic Production of great meaning, and The Beauty and the Beast is another great theatrical seat in awesomeness at Disney. And don't forget about Aladin & the Magic Lamp, with the genie mimicking our beloved Robin Williams ~ all the while doing improv while the adults screech out in laughter and it just goes WaaaY above all the heads of the children! What sparkle Disney would have loved ... to know that his idea, all his 'failures' growing up...just continue to blossom as if they have no end. What a Testimony to Believing in Yourself, regardless of what others think. Disney was a great man and I love seeing this happen for China! Way to Go!
  9. William Davis

    William Davis

    16/06/2016
    The Fed and other central banks have lost their magic powers. An opinion on: http://on.mktw.net/1Pvh2xDWilliam Davis
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  10. Jennifer Martin

    Jennifer Martin

    15/06/2016
    4 reasons Microsoft wasted 26.2 billion to buy Linkedin
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/petercohan/2016/06/13/4-reasons-microsoft-wasted-26-2-billion-to-buy-linkedin/#2c384304533d
    Jennifer Martin
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    NO one
    16/06/2016 #3 NO one
    #2 Great metaphor Chas!! I agree
    Chas Wyatt
    16/06/2016 #2 Chas Wyatt
    He makes some excellent points. "Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
    Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
    All the king's horses and all the king's men
    Couldn't put Humpty together again."
    Albert Gibel
    15/06/2016 #1 Albert Gibel
    AGREE - What Apple should have done with its investors money - Variety is the spice of life. Apple should have built their own Platform (a subject matter to large for this comment box).
  11. Jennifer Martin

    Jennifer Martin

    15/06/2016
    Man Who Feeds the U.K. Lunch Sees Nation Heading for Brexit
    -http://bloom.bg/262LDMt
    Jennifer Martin
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  12. ProducerMike Macioci

    Mike Macioci

    15/06/2016
    Types of Investment Risks
    Types of Investment RisksThere are basically two categories of financial risk: The first is referred to as Systematic Risk. Systematic risk influences a large number of investments across a wide spectrum. The financial crisis of 2008 would be a good example. Virtually,...
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    Mike Macioci
    16/06/2016 #6 Mike Macioci
    #3 Thanks!
    William Rakow
    15/06/2016 #5 William Rakow
    Welcome to beBee Mike, You will enjoy buzzing around the hives as I do.
    James McElearney
    15/06/2016 #4 James McElearney
    Thank you for this very informative piece @Mike Macioci, easy to digest and a great buzz
    Javier beBee
    15/06/2016 #3 Javier beBee
    welcome to beBee !
    Mike Macioci
    15/06/2016 #2 Mike Macioci
    #1 Thanks for the feedback!
    Charles Wilson
    15/06/2016 #1 Charles Wilson
    Great buzz @Mike Macioci, really informative.
  13. Ian Morris

    Ian Morris

    10/06/2016
    Ian Morris
    How Sir Philip Green failed to tell regulators about BHS's pensions
    www.dailymail.co.uk Sir Philip, pictured here at his London offices this week in his first appearance in the country for six weeks, obfuscated and dodged questions about the liabilities when he sold...
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  14. ProducerCharles Wilson

    Charles Wilson

    08/06/2016
    Paper tiger builds up straw man defence over treatment of workers
    Paper tiger builds up straw man defence over treatment of workersIt comes as no surprise that the 800,000sq ft Sports Direct warehouse located on the outskirts of Shirebrook, Derbyshire in the UK has been dubbed by the locals as 'The Gulag', or at least I didn't to me by the time I had read 4 out of the long list...
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    Charles Wilson
    08/06/2016 #4 Charles Wilson
    #2 #3 It's disgraceful to see read that these sort of work environments exist, whats more there are worse in other parts of the world. In this instance I believe allot of the silence amongst the workers is induced out of fear. As you said @NO one View more
    #2 #3 It's disgraceful to see read that these sort of work environments exist, whats more there are worse in other parts of the world. In this instance I believe allot of the silence amongst the workers is induced out of fear. As you said @NO one, allot of these people will be staying there for sheer need of the work and what little money it pays them regardless of the conditions. What's more terrifying is that the public in most cases will make remarks towards workers from outside of the UK taking jobs...those people should try a day in Shirebrook I think. Close
    Catalina Serrano
    08/06/2016 #3 Catalina Serrano
    #2 I agree. We should take the example of French People and the Revolutions, let's stand up for our rights and fight for what it's unfair
    NO one
    08/06/2016 #2 NO one
    It is hard to acknowledge that there is still companies directed by people like this and worst of all that there are employees accepting all these conditions for whatever reason they have (I suppose most of all the need to have a job economically speaking). This is wrong, but I'm sure that with more time and people taking action and standing up for their rights it'll change. What do you think @Charles Wilson
    Catalina Serrano
    08/06/2016 #1 Catalina Serrano
    For what I understood, he deserves to be an employee with a boss like him for a long long time...
  15. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    06/06/2016
    Francisco Lopez
    How to broker or facilitate Deals and succeed
    www.linkedin.com IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO READ AND WATCH, PLEASE, BE KIND TO PRESS LIKE AND SHARE. THIS MAY HELP OTHERS TO CONCLUDE THEIR DEALS AND MAKE EVERYONE'S LIFE EASIER.  How to broker or...
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  16. ProducerRod Turner

    Rod Turner

    30/05/2016
    Regulation A - The Powerful Hybrid Share Class and What it Can Do For You
    Regulation A - The Powerful Hybrid Share Class and What it Can Do For YouThis is my column for Huffington Post from May 19 - original article available here. It’s a beautiful thing. A new share class with a 21st century feelNot inappropriately, the excitement around Regulation A+ is centered so far on what it brings to...
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    Charles Wilson
    03/06/2016 #6 Charles Wilson
    Title IV gives small dollar investors A+!
    John Williams
    03/06/2016 #5 John Williams
    These are good news for most entrepreneurs, if not all of them. Startups are now generating more for this country's economy and there was a need for a regulation like this to make more of these type of business happen. Also the possibility of startups to make financial statements and not being audited is a plus thanks to this regulation.
    Lisa Lee
    03/06/2016 #4 Lisa Lee
    Will we see a huge change in how companies are funded? Will communities fund locally now given the choice? Interesting times ahead.
    Karen Hall
    03/06/2016 #3 Karen Hall
    It's incredible to think that previously 99% couldn't invest in startups. What this will open up for companies getting taking their first steps so to speak will be very interesting to examine. Thanks for posting!
    Elizabeth Harris
    03/06/2016 #2 Elizabeth Harris
    "companies are allowed to sell the shares to the public, to mainstreet investors (worldwide)" I don't understand as much as I would love to about shares I could understand more with this post. It is definitely something interesting because this type of share gathers different aspects that allows flexibility although I'm not sure about the holding period limit.
    Cheryl Snapp Conner
    30/05/2016 #1 Cheryl Snapp Conner
    Via my friend Rod Turner - Manhattan Street Capital
  17. Kimberly Lewis

    Kimberly Lewis

    02/06/2016
    Why a B-Minus Economy May Be Causing a Turbulent Election.
    Kimberly Lewis
    Why a B-Minus Economy May Be Causing a Turbulent Election
    nyti.ms The lack of drama in the economy may be helping Donald Trump run a wrecking-ball campaign by stirring up other...
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  18. ProducerAnders Liu-Lindberg
    Game Of Doves: A Monetary Odyssey
    Game Of Doves: A Monetary OdysseyUPDATE: Even though I wrote this post back in November it's still very much a hot topic. Seems like Yellen is not such a dove after all but it can all still change. Today we'll discuss something as dry as monetary politics but watch this and...
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  19. Ernesto Perez

    Ernesto Perez

    01/06/2016
    Check out @Entrepreneur's Tweet:
    Ernesto Perez
    Entrepreneur on Twitter
    twitter.com “These four rules for cultivating creative collaboration will help your next project be more successful....
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  20. Ernesto Perez

    Ernesto Perez

    29/05/2016
    Check out @InghamGroup's Tweet:
    Ernesto Perez
    InghamRetirementGrp. on Twitter
    twitter.com “Did you know, 64% of #Millennials would rather make $40,000 a year at a job they love than…...
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  21. ProducerAnders Liu-Lindberg
    Variance is Finance’s Best Friend
    Variance is Finance’s Best FriendA couple of weeks ago I was in India participating in a finance managers meeting for the finance managers in the Region I support as well as our colleagues in Maersk Line’s Global Shared Service Centers. One of the key topics for us at the meeting...
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    CityVP Manjit
    28/05/2016 #2 CityVP Manjit
    Variance may well be a finances best friend if the financial officer is wise. Much also depends how we view value. Favourable variances may align with the reporting system, but when an organization studies actual affects i.e. if managers view variances as something they must game there can be unintended behaviour and consequences. Examples of this are found in this article http://www.sme.org/MEMagazine/Article.aspx?id=21808&taxid=1415
    mohammed khalaf
    28/05/2016 #1 mohammed khalaf
    More progress
  22. Aki Ranin

    Aki Ranin

    27/05/2016
    In case you missed Asia's biggest Fintech news this year.
    Aki Ranin
    Five lessons DBS just gave other banks
    www.linkedin.com Sit down, it's time for a lesson in digital banking. This week, DBS launched their much anticipated mobile-only bank in India. For my money, this is bigger news than Apple Pay launching in...
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    John Williams
    27/05/2016 #1 John Williams
    Great! I can see how technology evolution is enabling also banks which I find to be a relief. Online banking is the only thing I need.
  23. ProducerAnders Liu-Lindberg
    Finance Specialists vs. Generalists
    Finance Specialists vs. GeneralistsBig Data, Data Scientists, Advanced Analytics etc. All buzzwords that companies are trying to turn into gold these days. The potential is certainly there but tapping into it is not easy especially if you think if you just start an advanced analytics...
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    Anders Liu-Lindberg
    26/05/2016 #4 Anders Liu-Lindberg
    #3 Thanks for the comments Oliver! It is indeed in the collaboration between minds in Finance but even more so outside of Finance that value is created. If functions operate in silos companies are losing out on significant value creation.
    Oliver Moloney
    26/05/2016 #3 Oliver Moloney
    @Anders Liu-Lindberg, I thoroughly agree with your point regarding @Adam Moore's comment. Sometimes on a project we require that different perspective to help certain aspects come to fruition. I learned early on that engaging with people from different schools of thought, disciplines and proffesional backgrounds can offer shed light on the potenial of a project that I was perhaps not proffesionally geared up to consider. Really interesting article and and a wonderful introduction to your buzzes. I look forward to reading more!
    Anders Liu-Lindberg
    26/05/2016 #2 Anders Liu-Lindberg
    #1 Thanks for the comment Adam! I think the key is to find a way for someone to collaborate with that creative mind and make sure the insights (s)he develops can be applied in a business.
    Adam Moore
    26/05/2016 #1 Adam Moore
    I don't know if the same happens but when there's a creative mind the person is more likely better to work alone, since groups will limit the creativity. Science and finance I guess is not as free and creative but I hope I make sense on what I'm trying to point out.
  24. ProducerJonny Delgagio

    Jonny Delgagio

    24/05/2016
    Teaching your kids finance
    Teaching your kids financeA lot of studies have come out recently showing that the number one factor when it comes to financial success is not how much someone makes or how rich their parents are - it's how well they understand financial basics. This can also be exemplified...
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    Madeline Anderson-Balmer
    24/05/2016 #3 Madeline Anderson-Balmer
    Many parents are just plain uncomfortable talking to their kids about finances. Kids grow up learning very little, and then are expected to handle finances well. It's a tough expectation to meet.
    NO one
    24/05/2016 #2 NO one
    "THE power of saving" definitely we should teach this to people since they're kids. If I knew saving methods since then maybe today I would be in another situation or I would've faced less difficulties. Great share!
    Navinya Lee
    24/05/2016 #1 Navinya Lee
    Its funny you posted this, just as i finished ready a post called "10 Reasons You Should Never Own Stocks Again" lol you can read it here: http://bit.ly/22nLDVe
  25. ProducerAnders Liu-Lindberg
    Now You Wish You Were Beyond Your Budget
    Now You Wish You Were Beyond Your BudgetIt’s not long ago that I wrote about a long journey you were about to embark on in “Don’t Tell Me You’re Still Doing Budgets?” and at this same time last year I gave you the exact same warning I will give you now in “3 Reasons Your Budget Is Already...
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