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Today we are pulling back the curtains on one of the most commonly asked questions on money; How do I invest? In this video we breakdown the primary types of investments which make up the most other investments. Lending Investments and Ownership investments. We talk about the risks and rewards of many common options of investing, and give an overview of how they work. We go over how money markets work, How Bonds work, What T-Bills are, How the stock market works, and we look at the main factors that make the values of these assets go up or drop. We talk about real estate investing and how this type of investment can be leveraged. Also, the real estate investing options such as mutual funds if you as an investor do not want to purchase a property. Overall this is an in depth Investing...
Megan Boxall revisits our recommendation on Shire after a stunning turnaround in its share price
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http://www.fintrader.net self made multi millionaire trader and investor Vince Stanzione and investor gives a rare interview at the Financial Times/Investors Chronicle and updates his 14200 Dow call and what he seems for the rest of 2013. Shares and Indecies mentioned in this video include US Homebuilders (ITB) US Biotech (XBI) The Dow Jones Index, Citigroup (C) AIG and GE. To find out more about how you to can profit from trading financial markets go to www.fintrader.net
The Bank of England wants lenders to make income checks more stringent for buy-to-let investors, amid fears that the booming market may be overheating. It also urged the UK banking sector to bolster their balance sheets, ahead of the unsettling June referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union. Our banking correspondent Emma Powell explains to sectors editor Harriet Russell what impact this could have on companies in the sector.
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Interviewing: Vince Stanzione, a veteran trader, investor and entrepreneur. If you found value in watching this video, PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can do more! Vince Stanzione, you clearly have a lot of insight - 30 years of experience trading the stock markets must count for a lot. Please tell us a little about you and your background. How and when did you first become interested in the markets? Did you make mistakes when first starting out? My family was Italian, my dad was a hairdresser - I've always been interesting in money - even at school I was always buying and selling things and at my dad's shop I did some helping. I started getting interested in business; initially i started buying and selling computer games. My parents didn't give me pocket money which wasn't a bad things...
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