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Top 9 hot stocks which fund managers bought for the first time in August

Retail investors are not leaving any opportunity to miss out on the big bull market which India is witnessing and this is now started reflecting in the massive flows which pushed asset under management (AUM) to a record high of Rs 20 lakh crore last month. The total category wise AUM of the mutual fund industry increased by 3.1 percent ... Read More »

What changed for the market while you were sleeping? 15 things you should know

The Nifty50 which started on a flat note gained momentum but remained volatile throughout the trade on Thursday and closed with marginal gains. The index remained choppy for the most part of the trading session and finally closed with the marginal gains of 7 points at 10,086.60. It rose marginally to 10,126.50 but then witnessed selling pressure which took the ... Read More »

Zombie companies haunt the Canadian economy

e Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange that he said collectively had negative working capital of $2-billion. Mr. Simon followed up by identifying an additional 512 non-mining companies that together were in the hole – having negative working capital – of an additional $2.1-billion. Zombies haunt the Canadian economy because they drain resources from productive firms, says Glen Hodgson, ... Read More »

What Areas Of The Market Go Up During A Hurricane?

CARIBBEAN SEA – SEPTEMBER 7: In this NOAA handout image, NOAA’s GOES satellite shows Hurricane Irma as it moves towards the Florida Coast in the Caribbean Sea taken at 03:30 UTC on September 07, 2017. The state of Florida is in the track of where the hurricane may make landfall. (Photo by NOAA GOES Project via Getty Images) Hurricane Irma’s ... Read More »

The economy is not strong, wages remain weak, and rates will stay on hold

The annual growth rate is still well below par, despite what Scott Morrison says. If Treasurer Scott Morrison really thinks the latest report on the health of the Australian economy represents a “strong set of numbers”, it will be interesting to see what sort of adjectives he comes up with to describe them when they really are strong. The economy is not ... Read More »

How Will You Respond When The Market Goes Down?

The stock market is like a child with a yo-yo on an escalator. The escalator is long-term results, while the yo-yo moments are short-term gyrations. As investors, our goal is to focus on the escalator, not the yo-yo. But to some degree, we utterly lack the emotional financial maturity needed to avoid the yo-yo’s request for attention. Shutterstock Having enjoyed ... Read More »

The 7 Top Retail Risk Factors Your Small Business Faces

If you believe the headlines, retail is on its way to extinction. While this may be an overstatement, what are the actual risks facing retailers today? The 2017 BDO Retail RiskFactor Report ranked the biggest risks threatening retailers. Here are seven of the top items on the list and what you can do to defend against them. Top Risks from the 2017 BDO ... Read More »

50 Small Business Ideas for the Homebody

Want to start a business from the comfort of your own home? There are plenty of business opportunitiesout there for homebodies. So if you’re looking for a way to make some money without having to be away from home most days, here are 50 ideas. Stay at Home Business Ideas for the Homebody Virtual Assistant Virtual assistants work on a contract basis ... Read More »

Who Knew? A Small Business Powers Big Shows Like “The Voice”

The team at Telescope.tv might be small in size, but the interactive experiences they deliver are globally scalable. As a social and video solutions specialist for Fortune 500 brands such as CNN, FOX News, the NBA, Vans, Twitter and Facebook, Telescope has a client list any small business would envy — including all the case studies to underscore their hard-earned ... Read More »

Flooding from Harvey the biggest risk to U.S. energy sector

 Refinery problems tied to the flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey and pipeline outages pose the biggest source of sector disruptions, Goldman Sachs said. Tropical Storm Harvey picked up pace and strength as it moved out of southern Texas overnight. The storm is on track to move east toward Louisiana and the Lower Mississippi Valley through Friday. The threat of flooding for the Houston metropolitan ... Read More »