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Preservation of Capital

Preservation of Capital

Calculated Risk Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies Cheat Sheet Cheat Sheet An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is something of a cross between an index mutual fund and a stock. They're like a mutual fund but have some key differences you'll want to be sure you understand. Also discover how to get some ETFs into your portfolio, how to choose smart ETFs, and where to track your ETF information. Asking a Financial Professional about Working ETFs into Your Portfolio If you’re willing to spend time reading quality resources about exchange-traded funds and portfolio construction, you can create for yourself a portfolio that balances risk and potential return and aims toward your investment goals. Given my personal economics, how much risk should I be taking with my money? Choosing the Best ETFs With about 1,300 exchange-traded funds available, where do you start to shop? Websites for Up-to-Date ETF Information The world of exchange-traded funds changes rapidly. Yahoo! How ETFs Differ from Mutual Funds

Investing Caffeine - Financial Life Cycle Planning S&P 500 Snapshot: A Sine Wave and Closing RallyApr 15, 2014 Doug Short Before the market opened, the Consumer Price Index for March came in higher than forecast, although inflation remains exceptionally tame, and the Empire State Manufacturing Survey was surprisingly weak. S&P 500 ignored the economic data and resumed yesterday’s closing rally to its morning high about 20 minutes later. By 2 PM the index had executed a complete sine wave from yesterday’s close. The Economy In PicturesApr 15, 2014 Lance Roberts It is sometimes helpful to view the various economic indicators and draw your own conclusions outside of someone else’s opinion. With the economy now more than 5 years into an expansion, which is long by historical standards, the question for you to answer by looking at the charts below is: "Are we closer to an economic recession or a continued expansion?" Inflation: A Five-Month X-Ray View: New UpdateApr 15, 2014 Doug Short The Message from the Fear IndexApr 14, 2014 Chris Kimble

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Robinhood - Zero-Commission Stock Brokerage Análisis de Cárpatos y su equipo en Serenity Markets De entrada, el comentario en el Informe final, un resumen de los datos publicados en los últimos días. De acuerdo con las últimas cifras de la Contabilidad Nacional Trimestral (CNTR) publicadas por el Instituto Nacional de Estadística a finales de febrero, el PIB de la economía española experimentó un descenso del 0,8 %, en términos intertrimestrales, en el cuarto trimestre de 2012, tras la caída del 0,3 % observada en el tercero. La demanda nacional disminuyó un 2 % intertrimestral, con una intensificación del retroceso de todos sus componentes. Por otra parte, la aportación positiva de la demanda exterior al crecimiento del producto aumentó en cuatro décimas, hasta 1,2 puntos porcentuales (pp), lo que se debió a que las importaciones se redujeron de forma más acusada que las exportaciones. Y estos son los datos conocidos en la semana: * El número de hipotecas constituidas en enero cae un 11.7 % anual; pero un descenso del 20 % en términos del capital prestado.

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Online Broker, Investment Ideas, Online Stock Trading | Motif Investing The Exchange Traded Funds prospectus contains its investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses and other important information you should read and consider carefully prior to making an investment decision. Please review the current prospectus, available from the Prospectus link. ETFs have unique features that you should be aware of, which can include distribution of any gains, risks related to securities within the portfolio, tax consequences, and fees and expenses. The data quoted herein represents past performance and is not indicative of future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that your investment, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original value. Special commission pricing available for rebalances of Motif Investing-created motifs for rebalance orders the follow the benchmark construction and are executed during market hours during the offer period (March 21 through March 31, 2014). Image courtesy of PlaceIt