Capital Savings

Property is in the headlines, but stocks are the silent winners

NOTICE: In a year dominated by the pandemic, it’s easy to lose sight of the many incredible things being done across the country. Resilience clearly defines the national experience in 2021. Our capital markets have never been stronger. And this is vital for our way forward. As a result of …

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Opinion: Selling lucrative stocks in a bull market is a tough decision, but you’ll thank yourself when the bears take matters into their own hands

It’s human nature that when things are going well, we tend to postpone basic maintenance. Who hasn’t let more than six months go by between dental visits or traveled more than 5,000 miles between oil changes? The same often happens with our investment portfolios. When the stock market moves like …

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PFA recapitalization continues as NIN obstructs pension data retrieval exercise

From April 2021 to today, no less than 11 pension fund administrators (PFA) crossed the minimum capital threshold of 5 billion naira as requested by the National Pensions Commission (PenCom) for pension operators are doing so, even though four of the 11 ATPs have adopted M&A options to recap, LEADERSHIP …

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If this retired police captain had a magic wand …

Approximately 240 million 911 calls are recorded each year in America. Five percent of these calls relate to violent crimes. Cops and firefighters are busy 365 days a year, making communities a safe place for residents and workers. The best source for analyzing crime in general is not the courts, …

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Government bank loans rise due to lower sales of savings tools

Public borrowing from the banking sector has increased rapidly during this fiscal year, mainly due to lower investment by individuals and businesses in national savings tools, a development that could crowd out the private sector. The government took loans to the tune of Tk 22,344 crore from banks between July …

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Top tips to reduce your tax bill and strengthen your returns before the end of 2021

The clock is ticking in 2021, but financial experts say there’s still time to lower your tax bill and increase your return with these simple steps. Whether you’re a college student or an investor with sky-high returns, tax planners say these tips can help save you money. After a year …

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Community transportation grant program awards nearly $ 9 million for localized transportation projects

Organization Project description Award Berkshire Regional Transit Authority Funding of salaries and materials to support BRTA’s travel training program $ 8,414 Brockton Area Transit Authority Funding to continue and expand paratransit services to the towns of Avon, Stoughton and the Town of Brockton beyond the BAT ADA corridor $ 30,000 …

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One in five lost money because of a bad investment decision

New research on trading and investing trends has found that 17% of Australians have lost significant amounts due to a bad investment or a bad trading decision. A study commissioned by online trading provider Global Prime also found that only 27% of Australians say they typically never made a bad …

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Want to buy a bigger house? Here’s how fractional investing can help

Whether it’s buying a new home or saving for your retirement, fractional ownership allows retail investors to take advantage of the growing commercial real estate market to build their wealth and meet their financial goals. Owning a home is the dream of everyone across the world. Whoever does not have …

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Fed rate hike: how high and how fast?

Risk considerations Yields are subject to change depending on economic conditions. Return is only one factor that should be taken into account when making an investment decision. Equity securities may fluctuate based on news about businesses, industries, market conditions and the general economic environment. Obligations are subject to interest rate …

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