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3 Ways Female Founders Can Realign the Capital Landscape
Relative to world entrepreneurship, the proverbial glass ceiling has been shattered. This amid reports revealing facts that almost half of the entrepreneurs worldwide—252 million—are women. As brilliant as that metric is, it’s curious that Census Bureau Annual Business Survey reporting cites that a mere 20.9% (1.2 million) of U.S. companies are women-owned. On an international scale, just 4.7% of American commercial enterprise proprietors are women. Whether thinking about facts at the global or U.S. countrywide level, the disparity begs the most integral question: “Why?”
Only Disarmament Can Avoid The Threat of World War-3
The Russia and Ukraine Crisis has threatened the world with World War III. The entire world has been separated into two parts, Ukraine and Russia which is both a bad signal for humankind.
How The Meme Stock Revolution Can Help Explain Wall Street
Former top-rated Wall Street stock analyst Spencer Jakab has done it again. He's produced a book that tackles a complex piece of recent history, and yet makes it understandable and entertaining for those not familiar with the ways of Wall Street. It's hard to recommend this book enough especially for new investors.
What Happens When You Hit Your House With Your Car?
Please note: I am an active, 43-year licensed insurance agent in the states of Indiana and Kentucky (IN License no. 1304020.) I am a Life Underwriter’s Training Council Fellow (LUTCF) and a former member of the Million Dollar Round Table. Prior to retirement, I also maintained Series 6 and 63 Securities licenses and offered Mutual Funds, Variable Life and Variable Annuities to my clientele.
Why the Stock Market is Evil
The stock exchange used to be a good idea. Anyone could buy stock in a company, hence owning a piece of that company. Now though you have companies that will do whatever it takes to raise the price of their stock and a lot of these things are not consumer-friendly.
Why are Real Wages Stagnating and Stock Markets Booming?
The news is full of how the Sensex, S&P, Dow Jones Index, and the Nikkei Index zooming to ever greater heights and breaking "records" every day. At the same time, the "real" economy is stagnating and the reports of farmer distress, worker angst, and the sufferings of the man/woman on the street are all too "visible", even if mainstream media chooses to gloss over the latter and celebrate the former.
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Wall Street Investments Group – Energy Investment Company
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Perfect Stocks to pick in 2021.
In year 2020 many things have happened Corona virus, USA election and most importantly market crash. Many companies have been shut down, country economy g0es down and many others things happen in 2020.
How To Make Money Investing
If you are like me you probably spent the bulk of your childhood in school. And if you are like me you also probably spent the bulk of your time in school being told that you had to do good in class so that you could “get into a good college” or “get a good job.” From the time we are young, we are ingrained with the “what do you want to be when you grow up” mentality. The funny thing is that by the time we grow up we usually become more and more uncertain about what we want to be. Most of us decide that we don't want to be anything at all or that what we want to be can't support our material needs, so we settle for something that pays the bills. This is obviously not always the case, but it is a huge trend I have noticed in my own generation.
Black Wall Street
You’ve heard of China Town, New York. You’ve heard of Spanish Harlem in Manhattan. Have you ever heard of “Little Africa” formally known as The Black Wall Street? Many people have not. Plenty of successful race driven communities exist in America. These communities became more abundant as early as 1823 during the rise of industrialism in America. The immigrants working for the Lowell Textile Mills began chain migration and created ethnic enclaves so they could be reminded of where they came from, support one another, and prosper together. By 1921 most black Americans were accustomed to living in a similar way; separate from whites. For so long, an ethnic enclave was the only option for them.
Feminism for Women in 1970s Finance Professions
When a group of feminists marched down to Wall Street in the 1970s they were met with something akin to apathy. There was little sympathy in the world of bulls and bears for women's liberation, particularly among the more successful women in the finance professions.