Great post on Patch.com for John Ross Jesensky.
Ironfish Review: Sustainability May Not Be What You Think – Marlon Kobacker, Green Advisory, Sustainability Professional
First, sustainability doesn’t mean only environment health sustaining, but more to meaning the sustain of economical health according to dozens of investors of Ironfish Review. The meaning of sustainability is a process that provides the necessities for the people of today without making it a difficult struggle for future generations to take care of their needs.
Michele Frazier’s recent video contains pictures of her from various times during the last year.
This is why new real estate investors should look to the Groza Learning Center as a source of inspiration for how to go about performing the appropriate amount of research regarding real estate and real estate investing. There are untold benefits to an immersive approach to education, and there is certainly something to be said for seeking out the assistance of an expert willing to take on a role as a mentor while providing one-on-one instruction.
Thanks for sharing Tim! Great stuff as always from Scott Groza of the Groza Learning Center.
According to Nick Alsis, one of the most promising developments lies in the greater degree of emphasis placed on information technologies that help inform individuals about all of the daily habits that influence their health and wellness.
Nick Alsis offers commentary on the improvement of health care and preventative wellness programs.
Investors Underground is a day trading community with investors all over the United States, so the company has developed a keen understanding of how investors in different regions approach day trading and how they go about setting expectations in terms of the return on investment they hope to achieve. Since the time Investors Underground was founded in 2008, it has become increasingly clear that investors from the state of Utah tend to have a more nuanced understanding of setting expectations with regard to investment performance.
Great post showing how Utah investors are different from other investors around the world. The post is short and sweet but links out to more information on the data collection and how the survey was conducted.