Crowdfunding means pooling money together from a group of people — the “crowd” — who have a common goal. There are 4 main types of crowdfunding: donation, reward, equity and debt. It can be financing a new project or business or even supporting someone who needs a medical treatment. Typically crowdfunding is done via Read More »
Hard Money Lending has been around for as long as real estate investing has existed. In its earliest form, Hard Money Lending was just an individual asking someone they knew for money to complete a project. Over time, these individuals evolved into small lenders, pooling several investor’s capital. Not too long after, private equity Read More »
Monday brought a huge market downturn, with the Dow dropping a record 1,175 points. Tuesday morning didn’t look much better, with the market dropping an addition 567 points at the opening bell. Things calmed down as the day went on, with investors rallying to end the day up 567 points. With everything going on, I Read More »
Reinvesting earnings is a powerful tool that can help investors grow their wealth, thanks to a phenomenon called compounding. Warren Buffett once said: “My wealth has come from a combination of living in America, some lucky genes, and compound interest.” What is compounding, and why is it so important to investors? Well, we’re going Read More »
The robo-investing and the robo-advising market keeps growing here and around the world. Here are some recent news stories in our market. Not Just for Millennials Canada’s Globe & Mail reports that the average age of the Canadian robo-investing client is 44 years old. In the U.S., 48 percent of clients are over 36 Read More »
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