One of the most awaited lists in the world of money, the one maintained by Forbes, has been published. And of course, is hitting all the media channels. If you look at the list, many positions have been changed. And this is mostly due to the recent worldwide shakedown of the economies, who have torn appart many industries. The financial […]
It is better to own 1% of something rather than control 100% of anything else. (doitinvest.com) From “How To Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive”, Harvey McKay
Timeline 1967 Born. 1988 Graduates from Tufts University. 1991 Co-founds Ink Development Corporation in 1991. 1995 Starts eBay as homepage hosted by the local ISP. 1996 Ink Development, renamed eShop, sold to Microsoft. 1996 eBay profitable by February.
Be an individualist—and an individual. You’ll be amazed at how much faster you’ll get ahead. J. Paul Getty (1892–1976) US entrepreneur, oil industry executive, and financier. How to Be Rich (1965)
As one of the most admired brokers of all the times, Charles Merril has founded the company who commoditised the shares trading. He took advantage of his retail experience and made investing simple and cheap. Doitinvest.com gives you below a hint on how he made it…
Let’s be honest and face it – the big shots, the people who did a hell of a lot of money from their investments, will rarely go public about their methods. Yet Warrent Buffet, the Sage of Omaha, has constantly promoted transparency and openness in investing for more than 40 years.
How did Warren do it without damaging his investments?