Monthly Archives: October 2016

Goldman Sachs Enters Consumer Loan Market

For the first time, Goldman Sachs has entered the consumer loan industry. Goldman announced that it will offer uncollateralized personal loans to consumers who are saddled with credit card debt. Goldman plans to target “prime” borrowers with credit scores of … Continue reading

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Holiday Travel Myths Debunked

With the chill of fall and winter in the air, many begin to think about traveling around the holidays to reunite with friends and loved ones. However, just like when elders retell family events through the oral tradition,myths can spread … Continue reading

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Saving on Student Loan Debt

In a recent article published by CNN Money, one student shares her personal success story in paying off her student loans at a much faster rate than her peers. Her most important words of wisdom are to start paying off … Continue reading

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Cone Marshall: New Zealand’s Tax and Trust Experts

Cone Marshall is a fairly small but important law office specializing in tax and trust law, located in New Zealand. While they are based there, they operate on a global scale, aiming to help clients get into the market in their … Continue reading

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OPEC Countries Agree On Oil Production Limit

It has been eight years since the global financial crisis that led to the increase in oil prices. Recently, OPEC nations reached a preliminary agreement to curb oil production for the first time.Mohammed Saleh, the current President of OPEC, announced … Continue reading

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Millennials Increasingly Don’t Want Credit Cards, But Financial Advisors Suggest Building Good Credit

Many millennials are simply not getting credit cards nowadays. Recent surveys and polls are showing just how negatively young people perceive owning credit cards in today’s economy.   A study taken of American millennials between the ages of 21-34 revealed … Continue reading

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ATM Fees on the Rise

CNN Money just reported on a depressing new figure that shows that the price of taking money out of an out-of-network ATM is now $4.57 on average. One of the major reasons behind this fee increase is that fewer people … Continue reading

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Danilo Diaz Granados: An Entrepreneur Investor and Financial Services Expert

  Danilo Diaz Granados is a man of many skills. He is an experienced financial service provider specializing in investments, energy efficiency, hedge funds, real estate, merchandising and startups.   After completing his college studies in Entrepreneurship and Economics at … Continue reading

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Farron Bernhardt Announced As The New CEO Of The Manse On Marsh

  Recently, The Manse on Marsh, an award winning senior living community based in downtown San Luis Obispo introduced Farron Bernhardt as the new chief executive officer. He comes to the community after over 30 years of experience leading senior … Continue reading

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FullCycle Energy Fund Has Found Their Man

  As of December 2015, Sam Tabar has been the Chief Operating Officer for FullCycle Energy Fund, company page here. His responsibilities are the overseeing of the company’s fund management strategy. Sam Tabar has spent a large portion of his … Continue reading

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