How to Not Blow Up Your Account Overnight (Part 1 Out of 3)
Few people, even some experienced ones, are able to grasp the idea that not losing money is actually winning. Investing legends Nicolas Darvas and Jesse Livermore, both understand it very well.Considering a Re-Mortgage To Get a Better Deal?
The relationship between borrowers and their mortgage lenders is at risk of becoming a thing of the past. This is because so many borrowers regularly re-mortgage in order to get a better deal and cut their monthly repayments.More Mortgages Options Available As Economic Recovery Begins
The range of mortgage options in the UK is greater now than at any time since the start of the banking crisis. But just why is the choice of mortgage deals improving when there is still a long way to go to secure economic recovery?Is The Buy to Let Property Market a Good Investment?
Everyone knows that the returns on savings have been very poor in recent years. So could now be the time to invest in property while rental demand is high and mortgage interest rates low?Airliner Sales And Risky Financing In Economically Challenging Times
When I look at global airliner sales, I quickly realize that it isn’t necessarily the quality of the aircraft being sold, but rather the easy financing terms. Why? Well, servicing the debt of the aircraft is nearly as costly as the cost of the fuel. This concept of “easy terms” in industrial sales is nothing new, it is in virtually every industry. In airliner sales it is truly amazing some of the questionable financing deal made to secure orders. Okay so, let’s talk about banking, aircraft leases, airliner financing and trade negotiations.Are You Paying Too Much for Money Advice?
Most people use professional money managers to invest for retirement. Can you do better on your own?How Closing A Credit Card Affects Your Credit Score
When it comes to the best ways to increase your credit score, there’s a lot of information (and misinformation) floating around out there about it. For example, many people falsely assume that closing a credit account will automatically increase their score. This could not be farther from the truth. In fact, in most cases, closing a credit account will put a ding in your score. This article explains why.