Since its inception, 20/20 Investment Club has been a member of Better Investing
(formerly NAIC), a non-profit investor organization, and has used Better Investing
resources as a guide for managing club operations and investment education.
So, how do nonfinancial types make better investing
In investing, you'll usually do better investing
in solid and predictable performers that you can buy for a good price, rather than investing in shaky long shots.
We have one of the better investing
climates in Kazakhstan.
It can be argued that they may, in some ways, be better investing
platforms than brokerage and advisory accounts.
, part of the National Association of Investors Corp., works with 8,600 investment clubs across the country.
in a CD from when Mick Jagger and his mates were at the top of their game.
It's a testament to our team's ability to continue to exceed the needs of our clients and provide investors with the tools and resources needed to help them make better investing
QIS my money better in the bank with low but known returns or would I be better investing
in stock market type investments?
The site acts as a clearing house for educational materials produced by Alliance members such as "A Study on Elder Abuse" from the American Savings Educational Council, or "What's Your Tolerance for Risk" from the Better Investing
Community" or "Avoiding Madoff-Style Ponzi Schemes: 12 of the Best Resources for Investors," put together by the 19-member Alliance, which includes SEC, FINRA, SIPC, and state securities administrators.
Likewise in racing, you'll be hard-pressed to find a licensed trainer who believes that the run-of-the-mill punter is anything but a certifiable jackass, who would do better investing
his money in racehorse ownership than betting it up a wall every Saturday afternoon.
Given the spiralling costs of some of these 'silver bullet' solutions -the M6 widening in Staffordshire for example has risen in five years from pounds 670 million to pounds 3 billion -would we be better investing
that money in smaller scale interventions which put together might prove to be both better value, better for the economy and better for the environment?