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Interviewed by Mint.com: Expert Interview with Kenneth Dickson on Investment Basics

By | August 9, 2014

Last week Mint.com published an interview they did with me! If you’re interested in learning about Stock, Being an Entrepreneur, or finding out about the current economic situation, you can keep reading my interview… “If you’re new to investing, it can be tempting to panic or celebrate over stock market fluctuations or the never-ending pool of so-called experts touting the next greatest opportunity on cable news shows. But self-taught investor… Read More »

How Monitoring Across Platforms Makes a Difference

By | August 7, 2014

Companies that are wholeheartedly dedicated to success understand the importance of cross-platform monitoring. The number of devices available that customers can use to view media is not only growing, but evolving as new technology arises. The days of simply watching TV programs without having opportunities to interact with other fans and the stars of the show are long since over.One example of this growing trend is when new TV shows… Read More »

Additional (overlooked) Tips on Internet Security

By | July 20, 2014

Recently two of my accounts were hacked from Turkey while I was asleep. I’m not sure exactly what was looked at, what was copied without my knowledge, or what additional damage there was. Ever since then I’ve become a tad paranoid about online security, Edward Snowden’s revelations notwithstanding. But there are a couple of steps that I’ve taken since then to increase security; and make certain kinds of hacking more… Read More »

Do business or study business? Why an MBA could help you!

By | June 29, 2014

A master’s in business administration provides many opportunities for recent graduates to find lucrative careers in a wide range of industries. Business administration is a college major that prepares students for jobs in the private sector and public sector. It is one of the top-rated, marketable degrees that employers want most. Many employers are searching for people who qualify for different positions and can handle diverse job duties. The skills… Read More »

The Virgin’s Lessons in Buying Stocks like it’s 1998 – 5 Lessons You Need to Know

By | June 5, 2014

So what did we learn? Doing this post, I’m afraid I’m just going to use Excel screenshots, rather than copying & pasting all those numbers. There really is too much room for errors! Lesson #1 Picking a basket of reasonable stocks is a sound idea, esp. if you are picking from a quality grouping. It doesn’t protect you from the inevitable fall from grace that occurs from time to time;… Read More »