Archive for February, 2014

    Stock Investing 101

    Written by admin. Posted in Stock option strategy, Tips, Tips on investing in the stock market

    Stock markets to invest in

    Despite the New York Stock Exchange’s notoriety, it was not the first stock exchange in the United States. That distinction belongs to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, which was founded in 1790. Are you considering becoming a first time investor? Beginner investing can be relatively confusing, so read on to learn some straight forward investment tips.

    Stocks are a type of security that gives stockholders a share of ownership in a company. Stocks also are called “equities.” Wondering how to invest stock? There are a few options available.

    Some companies allow you to buy or sell their stock directly through them without using a broker. These are referred to as “Direct stock plans”. This saves on commissions, but you may have to pay other fees to the plan. Some require minimum amounts for purchases

    The Facts About Investing in Commercial Real Estate

    Written by admin. Posted in Commercial real estate, How to invest in a reit, Why invest in reits

    Should i invest in real estate

    Did you know that some commercial real estate companies offer their clients a lot more than commercial real estate services? According to IBIS World, the leading commercial real estate firms also assist their clients by developing multi-family residential and industrial properties; and they usually oversee the transactions involved with the purchasing and renting of those properties, as well.

    Whether you are considering investing in commercial property, or need advice on acquisitions, asset management, or capital markets, it is always best to enlist the services of the most experienced experts on each of the above topics. That being said, if you ever find yourself wondering “Should I inve

    Cashless Society Coming? Maybe Not, But Accepting Credit Cards is Always Imporant

    Written by admin. Posted in Merchant service accounts, Merchant services providers, Merchant services rates

    Payment processing service

    While cash used to reign supreme as the only way to make quick transactions, it seems to day that a cashless society might be on the horizon. More and more, people are switching to debit and credit cards exclusively and using cash is quickly losing popularity. This is a good thing, according to a study by Tufts University. Research released last September showed that cash costs U.S. consumers, businesses, and the government a whopping $200 billion a year because of things like ATM fees, theft, and lost tax revenue. Plus, cash can carry and transmit germs and diseases. Considering that, and the fact that carrying around a card or two i