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The Financial Planning Doctor presents 25 new videos about investing, retirement, long term care, ethics, life settlements and more . Errold Moody has been a financial planner, instructor, arbitrator for over 40 years. And one of the strongest critics of the securities, insurance and planning industries that have failed to protect the most vulnerable from the political and financial debacles facing the world today. The industry puts out marketing drivel that entices the unknowledgeable to buy into risks they cannot afford. Moody has provided 17 new videos that can truly help an investor, attorney, arbitrator and more learn what they never teach brokers, insurance agents or financial planners. 401k Plans, Annuities, Asset Allocation, Client Questionnaires, Correlation, Diversification, Find a Financial Planner, Fiduciary Standards, Fiduciary Duty to Seniors, Life Settlements, Literacy and Aliteracy, Long Term Care, Market Timing vs. Risk Management, Monte Carlo Simulations, Real Estate, Retirement Withdrawal 4%?, Reversion/Regression, Rebalancing, Reverse Mortgages, Risk of Loss, Securities Arbitration, Standard Deviation, Term Life, Universal Life, Women versus Men Warning: these are not cutesy fluffy videos. They should only be viewed by rational, thinking adults needing insight to the industries that have primarily viewed consumers as money pits. Go to EFMoody.com and learn.

Top 5 Investment Banker Interview Questions

Investment banking maybe the most challenging corporate position because it requires knowledge of how companies operate in a wide range of industries as well as in-depth technical and financial knowledge. Very few people succeed in this position and those that do can expect one of the highest salaries in the industry. If you want to become an investment banker, be prepared to answer these top 5 investment banker interview questions.

1) Are you licensed? Every investment banker is required to be licensed to do business in each state.. If you are not licensed then you will not be able to find a job working in that state. There are different licenses for selling securities, mutual funds, variable annuities and insurance. Employers will be looking for applicants having the licenses that are required for the position.

2) What is your experience? Many companies prefer to work with investment bankers that have several years of experience. This will allow the banker to have experience in both up and down markets and be able to provide appropriate advice. Your employment history will be judged on the breadth and depth of experience that you have and the quality of the companies for which you have worked.

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Real Estate Investing Articles and the Big Lie that Knowledge is Power

Who said Knowledge is Power? Did You Fall For this Big Lie? I get concerned sometimes when I see people, especially those who read one too many real estate investing articles, believing that “knowledge is power”.
The truth is- the world is full of educated “failures”, is it not?
If knowledge were power, we’d all be taking orders from professors, librarians would run governments, and you would welcome the door-to-door Encyclopedia salesman warmly into your home.
And everyone who’d ever read a bunch of real estate investing articles would be a real estate mogul multimillionaire.
That’s just not the way it is, though, is it?
No, knowledge is not power. Not in and of itself, anyway.
Applied knowledge is power.
It’s not what you ‘know’ but what you DO with what you know.
I write real estate investing articles in part because I’m driven to write, so I may as well provide some kind of benefit to somebodyby sharing what I know with others.
And while I can attest from personal experience that you can gain invaluable knowledge when you make reading real estate investing articles part of your regular schedule,

The Keys to Success in Sarasota Real Estate Investing

If you want to be a successful Sarasota real estate investor, you must not seek for magic tool that can aid you do success. Yes, there are some investors, who think that there is a magic tool that they can use in order to gain success, you are wrong. In order to gain success, you need to do this very important thing, which is ‘work’.
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There are investors out there who are seeking for specific program, a magic sentence, a magic tool, a magic pill, to have the success they wish to have, but there are just wasting their time in seeking for that, it is better to work on it in order to gain success. Indeed, the main key to success in real estate investing is work.

It would be better that you prepare yourself before jumping to the market and invest. You have to know the market better and gain the necessary information and knowledge that can help you enter the market and invest.

The best thing that you should do to begin with is learn. Before you start working on your investments, you need to know how real estate investing works in order to

Socially Responsible Investing and Your Portfolio

It could be said that socially responsible investors use both their heart and their head when it comes to making financial decisions. Socially responsible investing (SRI) integrates personal values and social and environmental concerns with investment decisions. SRI is also known as mission investing, sustainable investing, green investing, etc.

Where do you stand?

Whether liberal or conservative, there are causes to support in the SRI world. Some are concerned about tobacco and alcohol. Others are not. But there can also be crossover, as SR investments can be both environmentally friendly and anti-nuclear, for example.

The first SRI fund, started in 1971 in the U.S., grew to $2.29 trillion by the end of 2005. The Social Investment Forum reports that in 2010 the SRI market accounted for $3.07 trillion out of the total $25.2 trillion U.S. investment marketplace. Social investments in the U.S. grew 380 percent from 1995 to 2010.

When it comes to influencing socially responsible change, money talks.

Socially conscious investors speak with their pocketbooks to encourage corporations to improve practices on environmental and social issues and to build wealth in underserved communities by employing these approaches:

1. Screening for negative and positive causes, such as tobacco,