Precious-metals funds emerge as a powerful leveraged gold play
Latin America stock funds, with a 14% gain this year, represent the only other fund category to register a double-digit gain over a stretch that saw the S&P 500 Index gain nothing. As should be expected, there is a bit of performance dispersion among the funds populating the equity precious-metals category, with Rydex Precious Metals (RYPMX) registering a gain of more 45% on the top end. But even the gain of more than 27% from Tocqueville Gold (TGLDX) on the low end would probably be enough to satisfy most investors. (Related read: Full list of equity precious metals)Key to all of this giddy outperformance for a category that had long since fallen off most investors' radar screens is a confluence of events that seems blindingly obvious, especially when viewed in the rearview mirror.
Investing for Dummies by Tyson, Eric
435 Pages 2012·5. 27 MB 378 Downloads national bestsellers, including Personal Finance For Dummies®,. Real Estate Investing For Dummies®, and Mutual Funds For Dummies®. Investing. investing for dummies 362 Pages 2008·3. 52 MB 43 Downloads Ann C. Logue is the author of Hedge Funds For Dummies (Wiley, 2006) and. Day Trading For Dummies (Wiley, 2007). She has written for Alpha, untitled hedge fund for dummies 387 Pages 2009·8. 53 MB 2152 Downloads Marketing For Dummies, 3rd Edition, is organized into six specific parts. Check out the Table of Contents for more information on the topics of the Hiam, Alexander.
10 Books Every Investor Should Read
When it comes to learning about investment, the internet is one of the fastest, most up-to-date ways to make your way through the jungle of information out there. But if you're looking for a historical perspective on investing or a more detailed analysis of a certain topic, there are several classic books on investing that make for great reading. Here we give you a brief overview of our favorite investing books of all time and set you on the path to investing enlightenment. (To find more recommended books, seeInvesting Books It Pays To Read.
Golden Brick Capital Management Limited
CompanyProfile Golden Brick Capital Management Limited Golden Brick Capital Management Limited,（“Golden Brick Capital”), is specialized in private equity investment management, and manages the fund with assets of more than RMB10 billion. The Company's headquarter is located in Hong Kong with offices in Beijing, Shenzhen, Zhuhai and Moscow. Golden Brick Capital operates with focused investment strategy, qualified project pipeline, differentiated competitive advantage and experienced investment team. Golden Brick Capital is focused on investments in China, Russia and other countries and regions of “One belt, One Road” area to maximize return for investors and meanwhile dedicated to the National strategy and economic development.
Prudent Investor Standards - Series 65
For many years, the "Prudent Person Rule" stood as a guide for fiduciary investing. While designed to limit unsuitable investing by third parties, the rule basically placed a higher emphasis on preservation of capital than on income or growth, and looked at each investment to see if it was suitable. History: In 1994, the Uniform Prudent Investor Act was created as a model law for states to enact. It essentially updated the old "prudent investing" standards to take modern portfolio theory into account. As a result, fiduciary investors can take advantage of diversification and risk-reward tradeoffs and manage the portfolio as a whole.
Investing in Apartment Buildings
“Matthew's newest book, Investing in Apartment Buildings, couldn't have come at a more poignant time in our lives. He offers a modern day, step-by-step survival guide for the ever growing economic war on the middle-class. Win your own financial war by arming yourself with Matthew's systematic, hands-on experience and sound principals for investing in apartment buildings. ” --Ryan Zahoruiko, principal, Forest Street Property LLC “Matt Martinez is able to take the complicated world of real estate investing and put it into terminology that the average person is able to understand.
Forbes India Magazine - Wealth Wizards: Top 20 Investors Share Their Philosophy
Rule no 1: never lose money; rule No 2: Don’t forget rule No 1. ” There is no better way to set the tone for this ‘investor-pedia’ than by recalling this succinct advice from the mightiest investor of them all—Warren Buffett. You could respond with: Easier said than done. And he would nod sympathetically. The times, after all, have been turbulent. And wisdom has been pouring in from all quarters—every television set, newspaper, and even your neighbourhood uncle. Instead, we bring you the voices that actually matter—some of which have shaped investing strategies over the last few decades.
Why Now Is A Good Time To Buy Saltwater Disposal Wells!
Less than two (2) years ago, more than 1,800 rigs were running in the United States. More than half were turning to the right in Texas alone. This large number of rigs meant a plethora of waste water was generated for disposal. This level of activity provided a steady supply of oil-rich flowback water for nearby saltwater disposal (SWD) wells. As the level of new well completions rose, so did the number of available disposal wells. All competing for precious market share. The demand was high and cash-flow hungry investors like private equity groups were acquiring saltwater disposal wells by the droves.
Wall Street Is Desperate for a Better Credit Hedge
In November 2014, the credit market appeared to have an argument with itself. Spreads on Markit’s North American High Yield CDX index vs. Barclays’s U. S. High-Yield Average Option-Adjusted Spread. In one segment of the market—where the cash bonds sold by companies are traded—spreads rose sharply as investors fretted over the impact of lower oil prices on energy companies. In a more obscure corner of the market, the spread on an index comprising a type of derivative known as a credit default swap (CDS) was falling. It was an unusual event and one that, for all intents and purposes, is not meant to happen.
How to invest your first $1,000 to $5,000 wisely
The idea of investing for the first time on your own can be intimidating -- and confusing. But with a little guidance, it doesn't have to be either! So let's break down the process of getting started and the best way to start investing extra cash. 3 things to do before you start investing 1. Start saving for retirement in a tax-advantaged account Before you invest extra cash, you first want to start saving by contributing to tax-deferred (or tax-advantaged) retirement accounts. These are easy ways to save money for the future in a tax-friendly way.