Thursday, September 6, 2012

Top 10 Best Investment Ideas for Beginners That Can Make You Money

Are you an investing beginner? Do you want to learn how to start investing and how to make money in the stock market? Then read on as I share with you the top 10 best investment ideas for beginners that can make you money both in the short and long run.

If you are a beginner investor, the thought of parting with your money for investment options is quite hard; and even scary at times. But with the help of these top 10 investment ideas for beginners, the entire process of investing will get somewhat easier. So to help you figure out what to do in terms of investments, here are, in no particular order, the top 10 best investment ideas for beginners that can make you money.

Market Forecasting for Profits

The purpose of Market Forecasting is to determine, with a high degree of accuracy, when the market is likely to start a new leg up or down. In other words, the plan is to 'when' the market is likely going to make a new top or bottom.

Now why is that important?

Trading is all about probabilities and risk. You first determine the probability for the direction of the market, and then you must determine the risk exposure if you were to take the trade.

What Market Forecasting attempts to do is to find the right time to enter the market where the risk exposure is as low as possible while the profit potential justifies the risk.

Money Fund Regs Deserve A Stake Through The Heart

A top federal regulator's effort to reform money market funds - reform them into uselessness, that is - is dead. But don't celebrate yet; this bureaucratic monster may still try to rise from its crypt.

For four decades, money funds have served investors well as a place to park cash that they might need on short notice, usually at somewhat higher interest rates than are available at a federally insured bank. The funds are not insured, and their value is not guaranteed, though their share price is held constant at $1 per share by design. Only twice has a fund "broken the buck" by allowing its shares to fall below $1. (Shares will never rise above that value, because the funds can simply issue new shares.)

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Business Networking International

Business Networking InternationalBusiness Networking International is honored on becoming the world's greatest affiliate business. Chapters consist of one fellow member for each profession. Like a co-founder as well as previous us president of an BNI South Florida part, I'd like to reveal a number of our suffers from with you in order to assist you in creating any business decisions in connection with business.

BNI was launched in the middle 1980's by Medical professional. Ivan Miner along with started in California. One of the primary ideas from the business is "givers gain". Medical professional. Miner increased the organization with a nationwide and shortly a global drive in business networking.

What is all this concerning?

Whether you start a whole new phase involving BNI or sign up for a per-existing one, your purpose, because it refers to your section, is two crease. The 1st important things you may be performing, is keeping the eyes and also hearing wide open with regard to business testimonials with users inside chapter. The opposite crucial operate is actually prospecting various other business professionals for regular membership.

How can regular membership assist you?

An individual benefit when you move testimonials and referrals for the reason that folks acquiring people recommendations will certainly really feel a responsibility to return the particular prefer. Think of it this way, how do you feel whenever you receive a gift within the holidays and also you lack someone to return to the one that offered that for your requirements? Same task costs business testimonials.

To conclude

Business Networking International is an extremely properly set up as well as worthwhile corporation. A number of chapters have a problem as a consequence of an attitude regarding rigid sticking towards the bylaws, other folks benefit from all of them. Usually the one member every profession can typically be deemed a durability from the corporation.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Business Networking in 5 Simple Steps

There are 5 essential steps to building business through business networking;

1. Set your networking objectives
2. Identify your target market
3. Develop your proposition
4. Define your inner network
5. Build your advocates

Go to the full article, Business Networking in 5 Simple Steps, for more and a complimentary ebook to help you build a plan based on these 5 steps.

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke
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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Baby Boomer Entrepreneur - Who Do You Trust For Business Advice?

Who would you trust to give you good advice on how to best function as a Baby Boomer Entrepreneur?

The Washington Post was interested in finding the best business wisdom hidden in classic movie quotes.
We asked entrepreneurs which famous lines from the silver screen offer the greatest insight and advice for running a business. The top 15 are below, but we want to hear from you, too. Which other movie quotes do you think offer valuable business lessons?
Of the choices presented, my favorite was from Cynthia Kay:

"Toto, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore." -- The Wizard of Oz (1939)
"Small business owners today know that doing business can be fraught with a whirlwind of uncertainty. We can end up in places we never intended. This famous line provides small business owners with the inspiration to think beyond their own little worlds, to step out of traditional ways of doing business and explore what is possible. Yes, we are small businesses, but we have big ideas that can take us on an amazing journey." -- Cynthia Kay, president and owner of Cynthia Kay and Company in Grand Rapids, Mich.
I have actually used this quote many times over my career to point out that times have changed. I think it is particularly relevant to baby boomers establishing themselves as entrepreneurs. Regardless of your prior life situation, you are trailblazing a new frontier as you move toward being a baby boomer business owner.

Most of us have had experience with the technical aspects of our work. Michael E. Gerber, author of The E-Myth Revisited, gives us the classic examples of cooks opening restaurants, mechanics opening auto repair shops, and carpenters becoming home builders. The problem for us is that we may not have the managerial skills to hire and train people to do that work. Even more rarely do we have the entrepreneurial skills to organize and market such a business.

Whoever you select to provide you with advice must understand what you will need to perform the full range of duties you will have in organizing your business. Plus they must have the understanding of how to teach you the business development skills required to grasp how all the pieces fit and interact with one another in the various stages of getting your business up and running.

To help you with a vision of what you face as you move out into a new frontier, I have prepared a video: Baby Boomer Entrepreneur - You Need A Guide.

To see more of the cute suggestions offered by the Washington Post, please check out this link:
The best business wisdom hidden in classic movie quotes - The Washington Post:
The article has quotes that you can build upon...if you can use them in the right context. You have to know if you are still in Kansas.


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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs, 70% of Great Businesses Do NOT Start With A Plan.

 Do great businesses start with a plan? The answer is "no" according to Anthony Tjan.

Tjan says that 70% of businesses with a successful exit (that is, an IPO or sale to another firm) did NOT start with a business plan. Tjan, CEO and Managing Partner of the venture capital firm Cue Ball, discovered this information while researching the forthcoming book that he is co-authoring --Heart, Smarts, Guts, and Luck. He and his colleagues interviewed and surveyed hundreds of successful entrepreneurs around the world to see what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and build a really successful business.

...their business journeys originated in a different place, a place we call the Heart. They were conceived not with a document but with a feeling and doing for an authentic vision. Clarity of purpose and passion ruled the day with less time spent writing an idea and more time just doing it."  
 This conclusion has sparked quite a controversy. You can see 158 comments at the time I am writing this post.

Though I believe in business plans, I believe that the dream must come first. It is the vision that leads to the development of the business plan. The well written plan, with well defined systems, leads to successful implementation...which results in a successful business. This pathway avoids the 80%+ failure rate of the typical entrepreneurs.

Though this sounds radical, you will hear much the same thoughts from Michael Gerber, author of The E-Myth Revisited. In the above video, Gerber describes how the entrepreneur goes through a four step process that starts with a dream and ends with implementation.

What do you think? Please share your comments below.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

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Friday, March 2, 2012

Making Friends in Business

I have recently returned from a week skiing in the Swiss Alps on what is now the annual Netski trip organised by Warren Cass. The party was made up of 18 business people who have become friends through organised networking. This year they included leaders from Angels DenBusiness-SceneDirectors CentreEcademy , Tax Advice Network  and NRG-networks 

In the organised networks we run we help business owners, professionals and entrepreneurs to develop business through networking. This works if you focus on building relationships first with the right people. Do the right things and business follows. Nobody on the skiing trip was selling to each other yet business was done and referred. Relationships first, business second.

I overheard a conversation between one of our party and someone else on a lift. The other person had asked what organised business networking was all about. After the reply he said, "I see, you're in the friends making business."

Friends are people you know well and like. They show loyalty, affection and offer help and support. All things that you need in running your business!

Friends first, business second.

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke

 ps Visit the new home of the business networking blog for the latest posts

Saturday, January 28, 2012

What Will You Do With YOUR Next Five Years?

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'via Blog this' You are an aspiring Baby Boomer Entrepreneur. What will you do with the next 5 years?

This video takes you on an inspirational tour of your mind as you explore what you will do differently over the next 5 years. It is based upon the book, 5, by Dan Zadra.