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  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Sigma Labs Inc. (NASDAQ: SGLB) Software Aims to Bring Scalability, Profitability to EV 3D Metal Printing

    Sigma Labs Inc. (NASDAQ: SGLB) Software Aims to Bring Scalability, Profitability to EV 3D Metal Printing

    EV production has begun using 3D printing to manufacture customized parts to overcome the limitations of traditional manufacturing SGLB is only known provider of software that addresses issues through real-time, in-process detection of irregularities and error reporting
  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published about 10 hours ago
    ChineseInvestors.com Inc. (CIIX) CEO Looks to Increase Profits by Selling New Hemp-Based CBD Products in Untapped Chinese Market

    ChineseInvestors.com Inc. (CIIX) CEO Looks to Increase Profits by Selling New Hemp-Based CBD Products in Untapped Chinese Market

    CEO focused on profits in 2020; plans to create strategic B2B, B2C divisions CBD Biotech unaffected by changing CBD-product regulations due to company’s focus on hemp-based CBD cosmetics
  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Predictive Oncology Inc. (NASDAQ: POAI) Appoints New Board Member, Audit Committee Chair

    Predictive Oncology Inc. (NASDAQ: POAI) Appoints New Board Member, Audit Committee Chair

    Prior worked as CFO, controller in several genomics, health companies POAI to leverage Prior’s new insights, guidance in the financial space
  • Alicia Sanders
    Published a day ago
    5 Most Popular Money Mistakes

    5 Most Popular Money Mistakes

    You may be still making some financial mistakes without even knowing that they are mistakes. Today we all are too busy and most people don’t find time to analyze their financial behavior. As a result, we have our current financial situation, but it’s time to stop for a while and to ask ourselves what brought us where we are now. Making mistakes is a part of life, but let’s figure out how to minimize it and which financial decisions and moves significantly harm our well-being.
  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published a day ago
    Interpace Biosciences (NASDAQ: IDXG) Growth Capacity Aided by $20 Million Investment Agreement with Major Capital Partners

    Interpace Biosciences (NASDAQ: IDXG) Growth Capacity Aided by $20 Million Investment Agreement with Major Capital Partners

    Company’s business units, Interpace Diagnostics and Interpace Pharma Solutions, support the biotech and pharmaceutical sectors as they seek to improve early cancer diagnosis and promote increasingly effective therapies Life sciences industry forecast to reach $33.2 billion by 2024, experiencing an 11.5% CAGR over 5-year period
  • InvestorBrandNetwork
    Published a day ago
    No Borders Inc. (NBDR) Combines CBD Lab Test Data, Blockchain Security to Boost Consumer Confidence

    No Borders Inc. (NBDR) Combines CBD Lab Test Data, Blockchain Security to Boost Consumer Confidence

    No Borders cannabidiol (CBD) products can help people addicted to painkillers or suffering from poor sleep to improve their general wellbeing Blockchain applications developed through No Borders’ tech labs can help ensure the quality and legality of CBD products from test to shelf, and blockchain’s worth is becoming more evident as government agencies experiment with its data-tracking capabilities
Staff Picks
  • Jeremy Frommer
    Published 2 months ago
    A Microcap's Guide to Uplisting

    A Microcap's Guide to Uplisting

    Statistically, most microcap OTCQB companies fail. Only the great ones don’t and only the very best ones make it to a higher national exchange.
  • Isaiah Goodman
    Published 3 months ago
    Becoming Wealthy

    Becoming Wealthy

    When we work with clients, we say that we help with Wealth Formulation. But why should you "Formulate" your wealth? What does this mean?
  • Lester Lee
    Published about a year ago
    Yield Curve Inversions and What It Could Mean for Your Portfolio

    Yield Curve Inversions and What It Could Mean for Your Portfolio

    If you’ve been a follower of financial news you have been hearing about all this talk about the so-called yield curve. In fact, it was fears of a yield curve inversion that have sent the Dow and S&P 500 indices tumbling from their recent highs just before the New Year.
  • Patty Ramsen
    Published about a year ago
    10 Best Investing Books for Teens

    10 Best Investing Books for Teens

    Today's teens are expected to know what they want to do with the rest of their lives by the time they graduate high school. Consequently, many strive for the highest paying job possible. But this doesn't have to be the case. If we teach teens to invest early, they can build enough of a nest egg before adult life kicks into full gear that they'll be more comfortable choosing a career for passion rather than income. Whether you're a teen looking to get started early or an adult striving to guide someone younger in your life, the best investing books for teens can help any up-and-coming investor take their allowance and turn it into long-term gains.
  • Roland Barnes
    Published about a year ago
    Best Udemy Courses for Value Investors

    Best Udemy Courses for Value Investors

    Udemy was founded on the premise that “the world’s best teachers aren’t always found in classrooms.” They offer courses in a variety of topics and in over 50 different languages, so there’s definitely something out there for everyone.
  • Riley Raul Reese
    Published about a year ago
    I Tried Qapital's App, and It Wasn't What I Thought It'd Be

    I Tried Qapital's App, and It Wasn't What I Thought It'd Be

    I need to work on being more fiscally stable. Being a writer often means having to weather the highs and lows of a gig economy, and in many cases, you may need to save money in the high times just to make ends meet in the low.
Advice
  • Isaiah Goodman
    Published 22 days ago
    Becoming Covered

    Becoming Covered

    Happy Holidays everyone! It's hard to believe we are at the end of the year already. Hopefully you are looking forward to everything the new year has in store. Let’s wrap up 2019 right with some final insurance learning!
  • Evie Mills
    Published 26 days ago
    Smart Strategies for Real Estate Investment

    Smart Strategies for Real Estate Investment

    Buy Low...Rent Smart...Sell High! All sound good and are Smart Strategies For Real Estate Investment. With the very explosive stock market, numerous folks have converted to real estate as a more secure means to invest their hard-earned money.
  • Dennis McKonkie
    Published about a month ago
    Pyramid Schemes and Other Ways People Lose Money

    Pyramid Schemes and Other Ways People Lose Money

    Most people have fallen prey to questionable or non-existent investment schemes. In the process, they have lost a lot of money. Before you invest in a new venture, take your time and research to ascertain whether it is genuine or not. Take caution to avoid getting into the trap of fraudsters.
History
  • Isaiah Goodman
    Published 11 days ago
    Becoming Informed

    Becoming Informed

    We all use money almost every day. Maybe you pay with cash or receive a paycheck; maybe you buy something with your credit card or transfer funds electronically to your retirement fund. It’s amazing how far our money has come. You can easily transfer money from an account simply by tapping your phone, use an app to send a payment to someone, or receive your checks virtually.
  • Brett Tortorello
    Published 11 months ago
    10 Must Read Economics Books

    10 Must Read Economics Books

    Economics can be, admittedly, a pretty boring subject to casually read up on. Not everyone is a fan of how the US economy—or any economy for that matter—works.
  • Fred Eugene Park
    Published about a year ago
    What Is the Origin of Bull Market and Bear Market Terms?

    What Is the Origin of Bull Market and Bear Market Terms?

    With its global financial epicenter in New York City, the stock market has long been a source of curiosity for many Americans. With numerous popular films like Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street uncovering the unsavory side of investment, people are often skeptical of the financial industry. Though few truly understand the inner workings of the world economy, they are fascinated by the culture around it and are envious of those who thrive off of trading in the stock market. If you have an intermediate or advanced knowledge about the world of finance or investment, you have at very least probably heard the terms bull and bear markets. These terms are used to describe the performance of the stock exchange in terms of stock prices and subsequent investor confidence. There are few factors more important in the fluctuations of the market than the state of investor confidence. The state of the market hinges greatly on the confidence of the investor, meaning that high confidence is good for the market and low confidence is obviously bad. In fact, before the Great Depression, many of the large economic collapses in history were referred to as "panics," occurring every few decades, despite the general upward trend of the nineteenth century. The origin of bull market and bear market terms still stands today, though, as vocabulary has evolved to describe trends in the market, and are exceedingly important for anyone with a vetted interest in the stock market to know.
Investing
Personal Finance
  • Alicia Sanders
    Published a day ago
    5 Most Popular Money Mistakes

    5 Most Popular Money Mistakes

    You may be still making some financial mistakes without even knowing that they are mistakes. Today we all are too busy and most people don’t find time to analyze their financial behavior. As a result, we have our current financial situation, but it’s time to stop for a while and to ask ourselves what brought us where we are now. Making mistakes is a part of life, but let’s figure out how to minimize it and which financial decisions and moves significantly harm our well-being.
  • Isaiah Goodman
    Published 11 days ago
    Becoming Certain

    Becoming Certain

    You’ve probably heard of a SWOT analysis before. It is the process of identifying the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats likely to result from different choices and actions.
  • Kristen Dean
    Published 12 days ago
    No Financial Dependence

    No Financial Dependence

    I know it's a lot easier to ask people to lend you money but what if you can't afford to pay back your friend ? Now you begin to feel guilty. As the individual you may even tried to avoid your friend. It is not a matter of whether you're bad person or not. A matter of observing your finances and seeing why you cannot pay money. Lending money to a friend or a relative isn't such a lousy idea. Giving money can be helpful, when someone is in need of cash immediately. Example: If that person's electric bill is due today but he/she don't have any money left in their bank account. The actual downside of asking for money is it can turn into a bad habit. Some people have ended up asking for money from others and never pay them back. Soon the individual won't be able to afford anything because he/she owe people money. You may not be able to buy other items. You may lose track how many people you owe. The best way to get money is having side hustles. For example: sell things you don't use anymore. Websites like letgo.com where you negotiate with others on what price to pay for your stuff. Getting paid from websites between $5 and $10, the more money you will be able to pay for a late overdue bill. Let's say you save $10 for 7 months; that will equal to $70 total. Good enough to buy food from grocery store. Relying on your family's bank account could keep a person oblivious to money. If you never had to work before in your life. You will be at a huge disadvantage. It's one thing to ask for $8 from your mom or dad. To not know how to obtain $8 is a different problem. One downside to being financially dependent is not taking the time to think about how much is being spend. Another example: who's been working at the same car factory for 20 years. Becomes physically disabled after a leg injury. His doctor tells him he won't be able to work. Your mother cannot work due to her mental disability. So as of now you are left with two options. Deal with having no allowance or get a job. Earning would be the better option. Why? You learn as you go along. Building connections or develop new skills. But here is the one good reason. Knowing how much you get paid per week helps you see where your financial situation is. Soon the individual will know what to do. Budget how to spend your paycheck. Also how to save some of your paycheck. You get to realize what you can afford verses what you cannot. For the most part you Will gain some money on your own. After depositing your first paycheck in bank account. You can begin counting your dollars on paper . Start to decide how much cash to withdrawl each week. Taking out cash is a way to count someone's pennies. Saving some cash in a jar is a good place to start. At this point you will be able to something in your pockets at all times. Which will give you the ability to have your own money and won't have to ask anybody to lend you anything. One trick to remember is when you're about to run out of cash. Save $2 in your wallet then deposit it in your bank. To add more money to that $2. Earn $5 from an app and it will equal to $7. Another trick is to have a side hustle. The way to have a side hustle is to know what you can sell quickly. If good at making jewelry. There is a very good chance to make sales. Another: get a investment account open. Receiving returns on your investment will help you to be financially independent. After you invest $100 in the stock market. The return from this amount of money is very rewarding. If you can't afford to put $100, start investing $10 then wait for a few months.
Product Review
  • Wendy
    Published 2 months ago
    Financial Management 101

    Financial Management 101

    I was never taught how to manage money when I was growing up. So most of my life has been spent in total chaos and poor. Working raising a family and paying bills were a major challenge for me.
  • Trish Gilmore
    Published 10 months ago
    Top 11 Books on How to Survive a Recession

    Top 11 Books on How to Survive a Recession

    Let's start with the basics; what's the difference between recession and a depression? I'll start with the more colloquial definition.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 12 months ago
    10 Fascinating Books About Bernie Madoff

    10 Fascinating Books About Bernie Madoff

    In the 1990s, the Madoff name was associated with the man who helped create the NASDAQ index, brought computers into Wall Street practice, and acted as a major player on finance ethics boards. Saying you had an account with Madoff was the same as saying you had it made.
Stocks
  • The Mwanga
    Published 8 days ago
    A Dive Into Stock Market Investing

    A Dive Into Stock Market Investing

    It all started the summer of 2017. As many people do,while scrolling through YouTube and i came across a video about investing in the stock market. The video heavily glorified the market and overly advertised the fantasy of getting rich quick. As a recent High School graduate with no intention of attending college i immediately became interested. I began to dive more into to the YouTube universe. Watching many Stock Market "gurus'' and Virtual Mentors. A few caught my eye like Ricky Gutierrez , Jeremy From Financial Education and others. Quickly understanding the basics of investing in the stock market i wanted to know more. I decided to study from the legend Warren Buffet. In doing so, i came across The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. With all that knowledge i consumed my clueless 17 year old self was optimistic.
  • Isaiah Goodman
    Published 11 days ago
    Becoming A Shareholder

    Becoming A Shareholder

    You’ve been learning all about investing and money management and you’ve just picked out all the stocks you want to invest your money in. Congratulations! Now one of the companies you’ve chosen throws a curve ball and announces a stock split.
  • Jeremy Frommer
    Published 2 months ago
    A Microcap's Guide to Uplisting

    A Microcap's Guide to Uplisting

    Statistically, most microcap OTCQB companies fail. Only the great ones don’t and only the very best ones make it to a higher national exchange.