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Dec
13

Naked Short Selling

Naked short selling also referred to as naked shorting is the act of short selling a tradable asset without first borrowing the security or ensuring it can be borrowed as is usually don’t with a short sale. The practice of short selling is the process of selling securities or other financial assets that are not currently own and then repurchasing them. When the price declines the short seller will profit since the cost of the repurchase will be less than the profits from the sale. With naked short selling, the price fall is anticipated but the seller is exposed to

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Oct
8

Protecting your assets from a lawsuit

Have you worked so hard to earn your present assets? Do you want to make your cash and your family assets as protected as possible? You may want to consider methods in which to protect your resources. Did you know that there has been a surge in lawsuits over the last 10 years? Every year, in America, over more than 20 million lawsuits are filed and registered. About 90% of the attorneys live right here in the United States. Unnecessary to say, considering the figures above, it is likely that you may be charged or found liable for one reason

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Sep
24

Four Part Radical Guide to Paying Off Debt and Saving More

This is part three of a four part series. I’ve already covered general ideas and living a healthy lifestyle cheaply; this part is about shopping smarter, avoiding impulse buys and bargaining. Paying off debt is not easy as I’ve shown in part one and part two of this series. Some ways of paying of debt may be unconventional, but the value of your time will always outweigh debt if you are using your time effectively and for the big picture. You may think some of the other ways I will show you to pay off debt are unconventional as well,

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Sep
23

Four Part Radical Guide to Paying Off Debt and Saving More

This is part two of a four part series. I’ve already covered general ideas to paying off debt and saving more. American society is built around easy living. The majority of Americans over 18 own cars, and Americans are willing to get into the car even if their destinations are less than a mile away. Two of America’s favorite pastimes are eating out and sitting in front of a huge screen while hammering away at a tub of popcorn. The American diet recommended by the US Government is also quite fattening and calorie dense, not to mention expensive when analyzed

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Sep
22

Four Part Radical Guide to Paying Off Debt and Saving More

This is part one of a four part series. For the first part, I’m going to go over general ways to save or be efficient with your money. The following sequels will detail specific topics briefly covered in this general post. The purpose of the Radical Guide to Paying Off Debt is to help you meet crazy financial goals, like paying off tens of thousands of dollars in debt within a year. Some of these suggestions might not be able to be sustained for more than a year or two, but after a year of practice, you may find you

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