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Should you give forex trading a try?

February 2, 2018 11:42 AM0 comments

  Forex trader. The mere phrase calls up images of the Matt Damons and Leonardo DiCaprios of this world strutting their stuff on the big screen, depicting investment bankers and rogue traders who win or lose millions at the shout of a buy or sell. At least, that is what […]

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Here’s How to Get Started on Day Trading

February 1, 2018 10:48 AM0 comments

Choosing to become a day trader is a potentially life-changing decision. You can earn a good living by investing a few hours of day to day trading. However, it takes months of learning to get the hang of how to trade successfully. Your first year in day trading is usually […]

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Managing Automatic Expenses: Insurance Should Never be Left on the Side of the Road

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  Some bills vary from month to month, such as utility expenses and credit card bills. Others can be deferred or easily changed, such as grocery expenses and some transportation costs. But most people have at least some bills that are the same every month and must be paid no […]

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The Money Guide to the Smartest Car Purchase You’ll Make

January 31, 2018 11:28 AM0 comments

  Owning a car has become a necessity in life. From the regular grocery shop to a road trip across the United States’ absolutely stunning landscapes, everyone needs a car both for practical and recreational use. Getting just any car, however, won’t do. You need to make sure that the […]

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Dieting and Fasting: Reasonable Goals and Safety Checks

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  If you ask anyone, the idea of dieting or potentially fasting are never too far from their thoughts about nutrition. Most people are more interested in losing weight than in gaining weight, which is why those two concepts are such popular matters of conversation or intent. But, you always […]

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Jeffrey Small – Turning Financial Planning Right-Side Up

January 30, 2018 10:56 AM0 comments
Jeffrey Small – Turning Financial Planning Right-Side Up

Jeffrey Small grew up in Brevard County and has been working with clients and their families for almost 30 years of industry & market experience. Arbor Financial is a boutique of Financial Investment’s. Jeffrey, dedicated to providing his clients and the public with an array of diverse financial products and services, […]

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What’s the Deal with Money Market Accounts?

January 29, 2018 12:23 PM0 comments

  With a variety of unique investment opportunities available to everybody, knowing how to proceed can be challenging. After all, the right investment strategy for one person may not be ideal for somebody else. A number of factors can affect which investment options are the best choice for a particular […]

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Key Tips On How To Prevent Business Litigation

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Key Tips On How To Prevent Business Litigation

Disclaimer: This article should not be treated as legal advice. It’s recommended that readers still consult legal counsel and contact a lawyer should they have any concerns regarding this a business litigation matter.   Having a business doesn’t just mean having to aim for profit all the time. Having our […]

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William Underwood – Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorney

January 26, 2018 12:53 PM0 comments
William Underwood – Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorney

William F. “Trey” Underwood, III, is a personal injury and workers’ compensation attorney from Albany, GA.  Trey began practice at the Dougherty County District Attorney’s Office in 2007 and later joined his father’s firm in 2009 where he began representing injured workers.  Trey is a past president of the Dougherty Judicial […]

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Why Isn’t Your Business As Profitable As You’d Expect?

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Why Isn’t Your Business As Profitable As You’d Expect?

Picture Source There might be so many different explanations as to why your business isn’t as profitable as you’d expect. At the root of it all, however, you’ve missed something. You might be delivering a high-quality product but not marketing it properly; you might have hired a team of professionals […]

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