Archive for February, 2013

How to get ready, aim – and fire your investing. Rule #1 don’t do crazy!

Searching for answers to simple and complex questions on how to invest in any type of wealth creation (property, shares, a business) or investing in yourself you find some interesting claims, strategies, tips and myths. It’s common to feel overwhelmed by information and choice – but you can have fun playing  the game of investing and reduce your risk at the …

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Getting ready to invest – making financial and investment plans.

From investment seminars to boats! How do you start investing, what  if things don’t go to plan, if plans change should you – go and buy two investment properties!? Financial planners and investment advisers tell you to diversify. They help you with planning, managed funds, shares, indirect property investing and the like. But usually it’s up to you to find …

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3 Steps to successful investing – questions and decisions made simple.

Oh the curse of too many questions and decisions! Branding and marketing 101: Connect a brand, product or service with a consumer (pleasure/pain – emotions sell rather than logic). Match its benefits with what the consumer wants (lucky for them if they also need it!) and consumer buys!  So it’s a ‘no – brainer’. No need to even ask a question, you …

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5 Tips to avoid investment scams and be a winning investor!

Looking for Paris in Las Vegas?! When you search for investing information, advice and experts you  want answers that  help you – quickly and easily. You might think you’ve found your perfect investing match, but looks can be deceiving – as in our Vegas holiday snap! What you see may not be what you get. Worse still your friends might think …

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How change and cheese (and how it moves) – have a lot to do with investing.

How do you approach what you want in life, where do you look – and what do you do when things change? The timeless book “Who Moved My Cheese?” is simple yet profound and its insights may help you as you contemplate investing your time, energy and money/resources. In a Paris market savouring this amazing  array of cheeses and  smells (especially the …

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