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To save or to take up a loan?
posted by: JoeClark @ Wed Aug 23, 2017 10:22 am
I have been debating about this with friends for long. Is it better to save up to start a business or to take up a loan? Saving up is time inefficient, though you avoid the interest rates. Loans on the other hand let you start your project now, though you now have to pay up the interest rates. What tipping point works for you to decide of either?
Please Help.
Thanks !
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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Project Management software
posted by: JoeClark @ Wed Aug 23, 2017 10:19 am
So the business I work for is a small family owned welding company that's gotten pretty big pretty fast. One of the obstacles we're trying to overcome is tracking how much a job actually costs us. EDIT: It's been a couple days with no response and I realized I didn't actually ask a question. Does any one have any recommendations on software that can help me with these obstacles?
Most of our numbers are reviewed through quickbooks, but there are limitations there.
So for example, let's say there's a job we invoice for $500. It had 2 work...
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How to actually purchase Tesla bonds?
posted by: fultonm0 @ Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:51 pm
Hi, I am a new individual investor. I've been reading about Tesla bonds and I guess you can say I'm more of an EV fanatic than an investor, and I'm having trouble finding where to actually purchase the said bond. I contacted my main broker Fidelity and they do not currently offer the bonds at all. So if Tesla sold 2B of these things where can I get mine? Fidelity suggested purchasing them directly from Tesla, but I don't see anything on ir.tesla.com to do so.
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Question Abt Leveraged Mutual Funds
posted by: The Rich Greek @ Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:45 am
This is my first post and hope that you guys can help me. I am thinking abt getting into the Rydex Monthly Rebal NASDAQ-100®2xStratFd for a small portion of my investment portfolio. It will be in a taxable account. Since the funds holdings have a turnover rate of 500 %, I was wondering what the possible tax ramifications could be as it sounds like there would be a lot of short term gains.

Tnx in advance for any info/assistance you can provide.

The Rich Greek
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Out of debt, have some spending cash, house?
posted by: Archibald Beechcroft @ Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:14 pm
My brother just bought a house in a "getting better" town. The house right next to him has gone up for sale for an extremely cheap 43,000. His house cost 78,000. It is in upstate new York right near the St. Lawrence River. I am completely out of debt, I have a kid on the way, and my current teaching job isn't somewhere where I want to be next year. Since the house is only 43,000 and I managed to pay off (without really struggling too much) 38,000 in one year, would it make sense to purchase the house, fix it up a bit and then sell in a few...
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Teacher just out of debt, planning for future
posted by: Archibald Beechcroft @ Sat Aug 19, 2017 3:28 am
First time post on any sort of financial forum so please bear with me.  I am finally out of my student loan debt after starting my own small business on the side (went from 38,000 last September to owing nothing this August).  With that being said, now that I am completely debt free (I don't own a home), I'm interesting in having my money work for me or at least allowing it to compound over time the easiest way possible.  I am not really into investing large sums and would rather go the way of a Roth IRA.  My school offers a 401k plan, but ...
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Who are the participants in equity market?
posted by: 24cfinance @ Thu Aug 17, 2017 12:02 pm
Basically, there are three different types of participants which
interact with each other to carry various activities on the
exchange. They are:
1. Investors
2. Dealers and brokers
3. Issuers
Investors are the people who invest and divest in shares on the
virtually available exchange. In equity market, the trading can
be intraday or delivery. When investors hold their stocks for
longer, they are actually putting their money on risk. Risks are
inevitable in market place. Quality information, sophisticated
trading tools, consistent upd...
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