Book Review: Rich Dad, Poor Dad

In this review, I discuss another great book on financial education. The first book, written by Robert Kiyosaki, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” presents simple but powerful lessons in managing personal finances using simple stories and simple concepts. Rich Dad Poor Dad: Why the rich teach their kids about money – what the poor and middle […]

You need more income

The presidential election is over and I can tell you now. President-elect Donald Trump is not going to save you. You will need more income. Senator Hillary Clinton also couldn’t save your finances. True, the middle class is dead. The dream of finding a good job, buying a house, a car and saving to go […]

Financial Recruiters – Job Description

They are professionals who find and place employees in positions in the financial industry. This may include recruiting temporary staff for long-term vacations and holidays, or placing staff in high-level positions. A financial recruiter can work for a recruiting firm, a specific financial company or on their own. To work in this position, they must […]

It is easy to learn important financial courses

The age of digital technology has proved useful in many ways: from connecting us to the far and near and to enabling us to learn like never before. Online classes on personal finance are a great way to stay sharp when it comes to managing your budget and financial future, and these free, easy-to-use courses […]

Investing in cinema as an uncorrelated asset class opportunity for wealthy investors and hedge funds

The term uncorrelated asset classes covers a range of potential investments, including venture capital, real estate, private equity and commodities, but also alternative investment strategies. But in today’s economy of collapsing government stock markets, default hedge funds and non-existent real estate performances, one company believes that investing in movies, including in cinemas, offers high-return alternative […]