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www.renepineda.ca Matt Levine's Money Stuff A DAILY TAKE ON WALL STREET, FINANCE, COMPANIES AND OTHER STUFF OCT 17, 2016 bloomberg.com/view Banks. One dumb way to think about the banking industry is that every so often a big scandal comes along and sets the tone for the entire industry, ruling everything... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
The Illiterate Investor book review Title: The Illiterate Investor Author: Rene Pineda Rating: 4 Star Review Pacific Book Review In a world of money making schemes and dreams, cogent advice is rare. That’s why books like Rene Pineda’s “The Illiterate Investor” are so welcome. Pineda’s book doesn’t rely on complex... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
Lack of new blood casts doubt over Wells Fargo's change plan Dan Freed | NEW YORK www.renepineda.ca Wells Fargo & Co's decision not to introduce new names onto its board or into the ranks of its senior management in the wake of a sales scandal has raised questions about whether... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
India and Russia sign energy, defense deals worth billions By Douglas Busvine and Denis Pinchuk | GOA, INDIA India and Russia signed billions of dollars of defense and energy deals on Saturday at a summit that sought to inject new life into a relationship that has been tested by shifting... Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
Deutsche Bank considering changes to U.S. strategy: sources Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is studying a possible change of its strategy in the United States, where it is fighting a $14 billion fine the Department of Justice (DoJ) is requiring over the sale of toxic mortgage bonds before the financial crisis, two... Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
Italian cabinet approves draft 2017 budget - source Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's cabinet approved Italy's 2017 budget on Saturday, a government source said. The package will now be sent to the European Commission for review and begin its passage through parliament, whose approval it needs to secure by the end... Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
Read a review by Pacific Book Reviews Title: The Illiterate Investor Author: Rene Pineda Publisher: Tell Well Genre: Nonfiction Business (trading and investing) Reviewed by: J.W. Bankston Rating: 4 Star Review Pacific Book Review In a world of money making schemes and dreams, cogent advice is rare. That’s why books... Continue reading
Posted Oct 7, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
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Trading and Intelligence Michael Covel in his book Trend following mentioned the following on academic intelligence: William Eckhardt sees the above issue "I haven't seen much correlation between good trading and intelligence. Some outstanding traders are quite intelligent, but a few are not. Many outstandingly intelligent people are horrible traders,average... Continue reading
Posted Mar 6, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
Penny stocks can be a valuable part of investing penny stock, also known as a micro-cap stock, is a publicly-traded stock with a very low price per share, usually under five dollars, sometimes less than a dollar . They are typically issued by small, less-established companies. But also can be... Continue reading
Posted Mar 6, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
Michael Covel in his book Trend following mentioned the following on academic intelligence: William Eckhardt sees the above issue "I haven't seen much correlation between good trading and intelligence. Some outstanding traders are quite intelligent, but a few are not. Many outstandingly intelligent people are horrible traders,average intelligence is enough.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
To participate in the Olympics you have to go through a long and arduous path.but the training you must go through is worth it to achieve a long time goal to be someone with a gold medal, like stocks you study to achieve your goal of making money Before you... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2016 at The Illiterate Investor
When you open the account,you will be ask if you want a margin or cash account.A cash account is basically a regular account where you will deposit money to buy shares. with a margin account you can borrow money to purchase shares.Basically the broker lend you money to purchase all... Continue reading
Posted Dec 30, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
How to become a stock market trader Is not as difficult as becoming a brain surgeon but is not easy too, don’t expect to be a quick way to making money, is a long and winding road. If you want something done right do it yourself, don’t assume somebody else... Continue reading
Posted Dec 19, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
The most important concept for you is to understand is: the simple idea of putting your money to work for you.There are many investments vehicles available for you to invest in including stocks,mutual funds,bonds,real state or even starting a business.Each of these investments vehicles have a positives and negatives and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
Pay yourself first: Most people think that when they get their paycheque, the first thing they should do is pay their bills, you can’t pay everyone first and not pay yourself, the government is pretty smart it figured out years ago to set up a system to make sure it... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
Carrying Debt into Retirement: One of the fastest-growing groups of bankrupt people in Canada and United States is seniors.had the second-highest unsecured debt-to-income ratio at 273%, second only to pre-retirement insolvent debtors who owed almost $3 for every $1 they earned. Seniors are particularly vulnerable to unexpected life events that... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
It is not what you earn is what you save:Saving is a lost art, we know that saving is important, but there is always a reason to spend our money, even highest-paid people manage not to save a penny. History give us good examples: former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson made... Continue reading
Posted Jun 27, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
The two Income Family:Steve Forbes,in his book Money said,Before the 1950s and 1960s middle-class families lived in one income according to the U.S,Bureau of Labour Statistics. What a dollar could buy in 1971, cost $5.75 in 2014.In other words, you need almost six times more money today than you did... Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
When is the best time to start investing: The sooner the better Peter Lynch,in his book Learn to Earn said:Many people wait until they are in their thirties,forties,and fifties to start saving money.The trouble is ,by the time they realize they ought to be investing,they lost valuable years when money... Continue reading
Posted Jun 17, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
One definition in the Merriam-Webster dictionary of illiterate is: Having or showing a lack of knowledge about a particular subject. That make most of us illiterate investors, a large percentage of high school graduates have difficulty knowing what is a Mutual Fund,Bonds,Shares,or how to fill up an income tax form... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2015 at The Illiterate Investor
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