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SEC Votes on Money Market Fund Regulation
The SEC voted on Money Market Fund regulation and the results were 3 to 2 in favor of implementing both a floating net asset value, liquidity fees and redemption gates.
The Growth Of Peer-To-Peer Lending
A very popular investment choice for the last few years has been Peer-to-Peer lending with a company such as Prosper or LendingClub. Today's infographic takes a look at several facts and key advantages that P2P lending has held over more traditional investments.
How To Overcome Emotion As An Investor
How do you avoid trading based on emotions? How do you prevent yourself from panicking when you're fearful that you might lose a good chunk of your net worth? You have to learn to recognize your emotions and address them accordingly. That's exactly what this infographic will help you do.
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Financial Life Cycle Infographic
During our lifetime, we are always at different stages of our financial lifecycle. Based on this lifecycle, we should be able to determine how much money we need to save in order to retire and whether or not our goals need to be adjusted based on our future expectations.
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How Should You Spend Your Tax Return [Infographic]
People get very excited about receiving a refund and while it may be tempting to blow this unexpected lump sum, you need to know how it should be spent by taking a look at today's financial infographic on how you should spend your tax refund.
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