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How Investors are Looking for Ethical Opportunities

Thursday, October 25, 2012

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Companies all across the world are now beginning to make significant changes in order to be more environmentally responsible. Global warming is an increasing problem, and is now widely recognised. As a result, governments are putting pressure on industries to change the way they operate. It’s taking a long time for everyone to catch up, […]

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The (Very) Small Investor

Monday, September 26, 2011

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The (Very) Small Investor

Here’s what you need to keep in mind: Minimums matter. Many brokerage firms won’t let you open an account with less than $1,000, and some have minimums as high as $15,000. The minimum requirements for retirement accounts often are lower, however, so you may be able to open a traditional or Roth IRA with less. […]

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Juice Your Portfolio With Dividend Stocks

Thursday, June 3, 2010

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Juice Your Portfolio With Dividend Stocks

A dividend is akin to a profit distribution paid to you by the company you own stock in. A stock’s “yield” equates to the rate of return its dividend pays when calculated against its current trading price. For example, assume XYZ company is trading at $20 per share, and it pays an annual dividend of […]

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