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9 Rules That Helped Warren Buffett Produce a 1,826,163% Return in 50 Years

9 Rules That Helped Warren Buffett Produce a 1,826,163% Return in 50 Years

Use the 50-year rule. Before investing in a company, ask yourself if the business will still be thriving in 50 years. This is precisely why Buffett has historically avoided tech stocks. I can say with 100% confidence that groceries, homes, insurance … Continue reading at

Jay Leno wannabes? Classic car market goes into overdrive

Several years ago, Rob O’Dell, a certified financial planner with Wheaton Wealth Partners, learned that one of his clients was having difficulty finding reliable advice on investing in classic cars. “I wanted to find him an objective ‘automotive fiduciary … Continue reading at

3 Risks of Investing in Annuities

Investing can be scary, especially in the short term. When you retire, it’s hard to watch the value of your lifetime of savings fluctuate as financial markets bounce up and down. Fear is a powerful sales tool. Immediate annuities are an insurance product … Continue reading at


Investing in early education is critical for Maine's workforce

When you think about segments of society that strongly support investing in early childhood development, the business community may not immediately come to mind. But it should. There is unmistakable, growing support for early childhood education and other … Continue reading at

Perfection Isn’t Required For Long-Term Success Investing

This past Tuesday my portfolio had two very different things happen on the same day: it hit its all-time high, and one position within the portfolio, Kinder Morgan Incorporated NYSE (NYSE:KMI) dropped over 5% in one day. In the following two days, it has … Continue reading at

Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in, That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!
Investing means different things to different people? and there is a huge difference between passive investing and becoming an ac…

A Random Walk Down Wall Street: The Time-Tested Strategy for Successful Investing (Tenth Edition)
One of the “few great investment books” (Andrew Tobias) ever written. A Wall Street Journal Weekend Investor “Best Books for Inves…

Why another book on investing? Because you think it’s a lot harder than it actually is. Because investing scares you, and it shoul…


NFL investing m in new technology to prevent concussions

An impact-absorbing helmet, a cushion for artificial turf and a rubberised tether that slows the speed that a head snaps back after a collision were winning products from a research challenge co-sponsored by the National Football League (NFL). The … Continue reading at

Investing in the New Era of Medicine

It's easy to get excited by the amazing breakthroughs in medicine these days. It seems like every day there's word of an innovative new drug to treat cancer… either by targeting a specific genetic mutation or sparking the immune system into action. Continue reading at

PD Editorial: Investing in clean energy

Bill Gates, Meg Whitman, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos. They need no introduction. Neither do most of their partners in the Breakthrough Energy Coalition. The clean-energy investment group, unveiled Monday in Paris, ensures that the United Nations Climate … Continue reading at

Investing In 2016: Ways To Prepare For The Year Ahead

One of my favorite television shows right now is The Blacklist on NBC. The main character in this spy thriller, Raymond Reddington, is prone to deliver thought-provoking monologues that have many applications outside of the fictional drama. One of the more … Continue reading at

New #MarketingNerds Podcast: When is it Worth Investing in Yourself?

Visit our Marketing Nerds archive to listen to other Marketing Nerds podcasts! In this week's episode of Marketing Nerds, SEJ Executive Editor Kelsey Jones and Senior Editor Danielle Antosz talks about when it's time to invest in yourself, whether that … Continue reading at


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