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Posted by Mark Pokorny October 02, 2017

How to Protect Your Assets without Breaking the Bank

Avoiding debt is the primary and most efficient technique for protecting your family assets. To achieve this, you have to design a comprehensive asset protection plan for your family. This involves purchasing insurance and actively managing your family finances to avoid exposure and help you pay off debts. While there are many options to managing Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny September 20, 2017

NEVER Cash Out Retirement! (Unless…)

NEVER Cash Out Retirement! (Unless...)

If you must deal with burdensome debt or a financial crisis, a reserve of ready cash may seem like the perfect solution. In fact, financial experts suggest that you set aside three to three-to-six month’s income as an emergency fund, or you may be tempted to tap your retirement account for cash to cover an Continue reading →

Posted by TwillyD August 12, 2015

Equity vs. Debt in Real Estate Crowdfunding Investments

Few would question that investing in real estate can be very lucrative. Look no further than Donald Trump who has been running away with news headlines since he announced plans to run for president of the United States. The real estate mogul boasts funding his campaign with money he earned through his real estate holdings. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 19, 2011

Today’s trading

Today's trading

The trading was a bit quiet today, however the market tanked due to banks. I also think it was partially due to European crisis as well. Recently in Germany a poll was taken and it revealed that more than 50% Germans wish to go back to Deutsche Mark rather than staying with Euro. More and Continue reading →

Does the market resume its downtrend?

We are technically still in bearish territory. When you look at where SPY (for example) is trading (or you can also take a look at SPX), it is still trading below 200 day MA. It however knocked on that resistance several times (which may be a sign of a break thru sometime in the future). Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 30, 2011

Be aware of next bubble to burst

There are many many news media out there excitedly creeping around “finally solved” or “European hopes” bushes (read: news). The news media such as Yahoo or CNN Money are among them. Almost worthless to read it! However, you can find commentaries out there that are not that optimistic and that are providing with more realistic, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 07, 2011

Stocks ended higher today

Late rally today pushed DOW index back above 12,000 points on Euro optimism. In my opinion this optimism doesn’t take into account Italy’s problems with ECB and bonds rate rocketing up. As per the news, the rally started at 2 pm EST on news that Greece will receive the latest installment of emergency aid. However, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin October 04, 2011

Fed is going to help faltering economy, said Ben Bernanke

(Reuters) – The Federal Reserve is prepared to take further steps to help an economic recovery that is “close to faltering”, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Tuesday. Great! And investors got crazy about this proclamation and started buying. Good move if you want to lose money. Are these idiots out there blind? O.k. I Continue reading →