• September 25, 2023

How to know if you’re taking too much risk with your investments

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.

Brendan McDermid | Reuters

Building your investment portfolio is dependent on your ability and willingness to take on risk. The more you’re willing to take, the higher your potential returns … and losses. Your risk tolerance depends on your risk

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Sherlonda Goode-Jones, Partner and Public Sector Financial Services Practice Leader at Guidehouse, Named 2022 Global Leader in Consulting

25-year industry veteran’s award recognizes excellence in client service for building trust, forging innovation

WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Sherlonda Goode-Jones, partner in the Public Sector Financial Services practice at Guidehouse, a leading global provider of consulting services to public sector and commercial clients, has been named one of Consulting Magazine’s 2022

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This Entrepreneur Created a Thriving Business on Shopify

  • Kelly Vaughn created an agency that helped Shopify-based websites.
  • She explains how she helped build two thriving businesses off of Shopify’s growing ecosystem
  • She offers advice to aspiring entrepreneurs who want to build a successful business using Shopify’s ecosystem of online merchants.

Founded in 2006, the e-commerce platform Shopify has exploded in popularity during the

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Nonfungible Tidbits: This week in bitcoin, cryptocurrency and NFTs


What happened this week in the crypto world.


Welcome to the first edition of Nonfungible Tidbits, where we highlight some of the most interesting things that happened this week in cryptocurrency, NFTs and related realms. 

Certainly the biggest story this week was the price of bitcoin, which isn’t, um, doing well. Meta,

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People on the Move 1.19.22| Housing Finance Magazine

Aeon Names President and CEO

Eric Anthony Johnson has been named president and CEO of Aeon, a nonprofit developer, owner, and manager of affordable housing in the Twin Cities.

Eric Johnson
Eric Johnson

He will step into his new role Feb. 8, taking over the top post from Alan Arthur, who is transitioning out of the office

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Best Investment Banks To Work For In 2022

Why do you want to work in investment banking?

Don’t say you want the money. You won’t last long. The hours, the pace, the pressure: it’ll eat you up before you can cash your fat bonus and move to private equity. Huddled in secret, you’ll run your numbers and polish your pitchbook dozens of times.

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Trends in 2021 Securities Class Actions: Filings, Resolutions, and Median Settlement Values Decline Substantially | Business


For the first time since 2016, fewer than 300 new US federal securities class action suits were filed. This is one of many significant findings identified in “ Recent Trends in Securities Class Action Litigation: 2021 Full-Year Review,” the latest edition of an annual report released by NERA Economic

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Entrepreneur fills hip-hop void with Jackson Ward studio, venue

Once a flag shop, a building in the Arts District will become a music venue and studio. (Mike Platania photos)

With an oddly shaped Jackson Ward building as his canvas, Brandon White aims to fill what he sees as a void in the local hip-hop music scene left in the wake of the

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US lawmakers probe into crypto mining companies’ energy use

Democratic lawmakers are pushing Bitcoin mining companies in the US to divulge how much electricity they use in an effort to assess how that will impact nearby residents and the environment. Eight members of Congress sent letters yesterday to six companies that mine Bitcoin in the US asking them about the energy and environmental impact

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47th Business & Finance Awards returns to live gala ceremony – Business & Finance

Pictured (L-R): John and Pat Hume, recipients of the TK Whitaker Award 2021

On 12th April 2022, the Business & Finance Awards Programme, in association with KPMG, will return to a live awards ceremony and welcome the executive business community to the Convention Centre Dublin to honour the businesses, leaders and corporations that persevered

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The Payoff for a College Degree Is Smaller if You’re a Low-Income Student | Smart Change: Personal Finance

Is going to college still a good investment? Your field of study, career goals and personal life all play a role in the answer — as does your family’s income.

Amid the ongoing national discussion about the value of a college education, a new study from the Georgetown University Center on Education

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