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Month: August 2016

If You’re Considering Starting a Mastermind Group…

If You’re Considering Starting a Mastermind Group…

…in short: do it. Unless there are red flags in your gut and mind. I have benefitted from my MasterMind by doing accountability partnering, and by being taught basic SEO and keyword research, and by hearing about the best of the best juice recipes, documentaries, and by receiving objective advice. There’s the cookie cutter advice and indoctrination for the masses and there’s the truth. If you (and your MasterMind) have good peer pressure, inspiration, and are good role models, this…

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Financial Independence – Personal Finance Forum

Financial Independence – Personal Finance Forum

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/IndependentWealth/info If you want to continue (or start) your financial education with over 1000 others, click the link. If you want the best videos, articles, links from the world of F.I.R.E. We’ll save you a lot of time. Click the link. Take a look at group description after you click the link and see if we offer what you’re looking for in a forum. No hype, no selling, no constant NLP nonsense. Take a look.

Financial Independence Assignment #2

Financial Independence Assignment #2

List reasons why an individual stock should appreciate: • Earnings surprises. • Release of a new product. • Cost cutting. • Ownership of a successful brand (a moat). • The stock is oversold or undervalued. • A new CEO. • A dividend hike. • Increasing free cash flow. • Insider buying. • A stock buyback scheme. • Institutional buying (pension funds, mutual funds and hedge funds). • Analyst upgrades. • Favorable economic conditions. • The company has a virtual monopoly…

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Financial Independence Assignment #1

Financial Independence Assignment #1

List the reasons why the stock market should go up: • Bond yields are too low to be attractive. • Precious metals (PM) prices are at all-time highs. • Favorable company earnings for most sectors. • Low interest rates. • Low fuel prices. • Very high levels of fear and pessimism among investors. • Price to earnings (P/E) ratios for market and most stocks at believable levels. • Business friendly government policy. • Low interest rates. • No impending interest…

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