A man puts his cash in the freezer wrapped in brown paper and marks it ‘beans.' The idea is that accountants are called bean counters so labeling money ‘beans’ will trigger the gentleman’s memory as to what the packages contain. This is his stash of cash. Is there a better way?
An Emory University study invesitgating the brain function of subjects who made monetary decisions found that when the volunteers acted alone, brain scans showed that regions of the brain consistent with decision making were less active when a financial expert offered advice, compared with no guidance.
During a market downturn, only those that know how to play the fluctuations between rallies will make real money. Here are four strategies to working pre- and post-bounce environments to your advantage.
Museum of American Finance exhibit draws attention to female Wall Street pioneers. Learn about the Queens of Finance and the Witch of Wall Street thru January 16, 2010.