Investment Management vs. Financial Advice

Brought to you by:-

There’s never been a better time to be an investor.
Expenses are coming down. It’s cheaper than ever to trade. Strategies that were once reserved for large institutional funds at exorbitant fees are now available to every investor through low-cost mutual funds and ETFs. The sheer amount of data and computing power available has completely leveled the playing field in many ways between the pros and amateurs. And there……

Inside the niche world of equestrian show jumping, the elite sport reserved for the world's wealthiest and most competitive kids

Brought to you by:-

horse show jumping

The niche sport of equestrian show jumping has caught the eye of some of the wealthiest people in the world.

For those who can afford to take part in competitions, show jumping offers millions of dollars of prize money and international glory.

In the US, some of the sport’s most high-profile participants are the daughters of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Michael Bloomberg, and Bruce Springsteen.

But despite the high stakes and noteworthy names that compete, show jumping remains far outside the public eye.

Here’s a look inside the exciting, lucrative, and sometimes dangerous world of show jumping:

SEE ALSO: There’s a budding rivalry between the daughters of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, Stanford classmates who…

8 Signs of an Inferiority Complex Which Is Holding You Back in Life

Brought to you by:-

Inferiority complex is incredibly common among the population. Could you be suffering from it without even knowing? Most of us can recall a time in our lives when we felt inferior, but if you constantly believe you are not good enough, you might have an inferiority complex. Certain psychologists believe that feeling inferior is actually […]…

A Walmart executive who sold his startup for $550 million had a really weird reaction the moment he got rich — here's why

Brought to you by:-

marc lore

Marc Lore is the CEO and president of Walmart eCommerce in the US. He sold his startup Quidsi to Amazon in 2010, for $550 million.

Afterward, he felt depressed and somewhat disempowered. Even the huge amount of money he made didn’t help.

Many startup founders go through a similar experience and say they have mixed feelings about selling their company. 

In 2010, Marc Lore sold his startup, Quidsi, to Amazon for $550 million.

Immediately afterward, he felt terrible.

On an episode of Business Insider’s podcast, “Success! How I Did It,” Lore, who is now the CEO and president of Walmart eCommerce in the US, told US editor-in-chief Alyson Shontell what it felt like after the sale.

Here’s Lore:

Good News in History, January 21

Brought to you by:-

  50 years ago today, Jimi Hendrix recorded his version of the Bob Dylan song ‘All Along the Watchtower’. Sitting in on the session at Olympic Studios in London, just six months after Dylan’s original recording, were Rolling Stone Brian Jones and Dave Mason from Traffic. The single by the Jimi Hendrix Experience peaked at […]

The post Good News in History, January 21 appeared first on Good News Network.

Here's how you can tell if you are Facebook friends with a psychopath

Brought to you by:-

black mask

About 1% of the population are psychopaths.
This means there is a fair chance many of us have at least one psychopathic Facebook friend.
Some studies have looked into how people with Dark Tetrad personality traits behave on social media.

Psychopaths are prevalent online. Studies have shown that people with Dark Tetrad personality traits — narcissism, Machiavellianism, psychopathy, and sadism — are more likely to say trolling is their favourite internet activity.

Research has also shown that men are more likely than women to bully people online.

The amount of psychopaths in the global population is thought to be about 1%. That means for people with hundreds of friends on social media, you might be in with a good chance of…

North and South Korea are Going to March Under Single Unified Flag at the Olympics

Brought to you by:-

While this will be the tenth time that North and South Korea have marched under one flag, the event marks another significant development for the Olympic Games.

The post North and South Korea are Going to March Under Single Unified Flag at the Olympics appeared first on Good News Network.