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Managing human biases through goal based investing

Rajendra Kalur  The role of an Investment Advisor is often misunderstood and confused with that of a portfolio or a fund manager. No wonder that very often in client reviews and presentations, market talks and portfolio performance form a dominant part of the conversation. So who is responsible for the confusion, in the first place. I have no doubt that ... Read More »

10 Things to Know Before Investing in a Cattle Ranch

When a 2003 Chinese ban on American beef was lifted recently , ranchers in the U.S. were cautiously optimistic. There is a possibility the move is designed to tweak China’s beef trade with Australia, but also a huge opportunity if the Chinese market opens up for U.S. ranchers. Considerations Before Investing in a Cattle Ranch Small Business Trends spoke with Buzz Tatom. He’s ... Read More »

Investing lessons from the poker table

A few years ago I beat a group of seniors and took $200 from them. No, I’m not a purse-snatching hooligan who preys on the elderly. I’m just a guy who loves to play poker, and one day I took a time off to visit the local casino, where I played poker at a table with several amiable older gentlemen. The experience got ... Read More »

4 Stocks In Buy Range Ahead Of Earnings Reports: Investing Action Plan

Here’s your Investing Action Plan for Tuesday: what you need to know as an investor for the coming day. Fan favorites like Apple (AAPL) and Facebook (FB) give current stockholders reason to cheer but are well above buying range. Even Apple bull Warren Buffett wouldn’t buy its shares again now and is skittish about Amazon.com (AMZN), despite admitting that he ... Read More »