“In God we Trust” and the U.S. dollar bill

The United States has been putting “In God We Trust” on U.S. currency ever since anyone living today can remember. It would be nice to believe that the country as a whole does believe in God but the United States government does not. In fact, during these modern times, the government has legalized a few laws that certainly demonstrate their inabilty to run a government according to the laws and ordinances of God. In other words, the government would rather support the many social groups within this great country instead. Even though its hard to say, the government should take off that...

E-commerce Stocks: Why They’re Hot Right Now

A few decades back, the notion of purchasing commodities in anything but a store might have seemed ridiculous. However, as the world adapts itself to newer forms of technology, e-commerce websites are slowly beginning to replace traditional brick-and-mortar establishments as a whole. The concept of online shopping has taken the world by storm, catching the attention of prospective investors as well. The internet is a massive place, and a whole array of e-commerce companies are listed on the stock market today. This makes investing in the right company a tricky task, as a number of different factors have to be...

Stock Trading for Beginners

Most beginners are eager to jump into the stock market and start trading. While, it may seem exciting and the desire to make money fast is very appealing, however, there is some basic information that’s required. First, beginner stock traders must understand the ebb and flow of the market, which helps to eliminate risky investing. Before tackling key issues of studying a company’s financials, beginners must take time to learn how to keep track of major market indices. These include the NASDAQ 100, the S & P 500, the Dow Jones Industrials and the NASDAQ composite. What many want is...

5 Essential Questions to Ask Your Tax Preparer

If there’s one day that seems to come too fast each year, it would have to be April 15. Yet since tax day is one that none of us can afford to avoid, it’s important that we take all of the necessary steps that we can in order to be as prepared as possible. One of the best ways to do that is to hire a professional to prepare our taxes for us. If you’ve never used a tax preparer before and you’d like a few helpful tips that can connect you to a reputable one, we’ve got five essential...