Financial Poise

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Subscribing to the adage, “give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach a man how to fish and he will eat for a lifetime,” Financial Poise offers its audience objective and plain English education about investing. If you are looking for recommendations on particular stocks or looking to make a quick buck trading, you came to the wrong place. Financial Poise teaches investors about the fundamentals of investing for the long term.

Trademarks are a type of intangible assets

The Value of Your Company’s Intangible Assets

In a business sale, tangible assets can be more desirable than physical assets, which may have strings attached (like mortages and union contracts).

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lanterns rise into the sky, representing the ideas offundless sponsors

Fundless Sponsors Appeal to Individual Investors with Fewer Fees, More Specificity on Deals

No up-front fees and more details about investments are two differences between fundless sponsors and more traditionally structured private equity funds.

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Similar but not identical row houses, representinglike-kind exchanges, a real estate swap mechanisms

The Economic Consequences of 1031 Exchanges: 5 Myths Debunked

1031 exchanges are not cop-outs for the wealthy. Like-kind exchanges actually stimulate the economy. Here are 4 myths about 1031 exchanges, debunked.

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America’s Retirement Crisis: Problems and Solutions

America is facing a retirement crisis. Less than half of Americans are confident in their retirement security. What can you do to retire at 67?

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Investment Abbreviations Can Spell out Big Bucks

Investing abbreviations prove shorthand isn’t just for Millennials. Find out how this entrepreneur turned a love for acronyms into an investable website.

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Hedge fund investor considering their investment options

The Potential of Hedge Fund Returns: Evaluating Risk and Reward

Hedge fund returns can be big even in a bad market, but they are often risky, alternative investments. Do the benefits of hedge funds justify the risk?

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Food like carrots and beets are examples of tangible assets

Surviving the Apocalypse with Alternative Assets

When the apocalypse hits, assets like gold won’t help you survive. Why should you invest in tangible assets such as farmland and water instead? 

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Crowdfunder holds money for crowdfunding goal

5 Tips for Choosing the Best Crowdfunding Platform

How do you choose the best crowdfunding platform? For accredited investors, an equity crowdfunding site the way to go. Get tips to find the right platform.

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private equity firm

What is Private Equity? A Brief History

Private equity firms buy or seek to control private companies through financial leverage. When did it start, and how does private equity look today?

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selling the company

Don’t Wait to Sell the Company

A business owner refused to sell the company amidst a changing market and growing debt. Here’s why waiting too long to sell hurt his business exit. 

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