Author: Blaine S.

A New Network: Part II

Developing a strong network, means building relationships.  Networking is not about obtaining a stack of business cards and soliciting help when you need it. Networking is about building relationships and establishing connections between people where acquaintanceships and friendships can develop. While there are different schools of thought regarding mixing business and social life, I have

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Macro Market Investing: Following the Fish

Macro Market Investing is a style of investing in the stock market by evaluating and investing in specific industries and market segments within a certain region or on a global scale. This approach compares to micro focused investing which centers on individual companies and how they interact within a certain sector, region or the global

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Investing in the Stock Market: An Introduction

Many of us have heard about the stock market and that it is a place where a lot of money can be made or lost, but what exactly is it? And how does it work? The following article is a very basic introduction to the stock market, how it works, and how to get started.

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3D Printing: 5 Questions

WHAT? | Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing is an alternative method of manufacturing with endless possibilities. While the technology isn’t new, it has begun to take center stage in our lives. The first printer was developed in the mid-1980’s by Chuck Hull, who went on to start the company 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD).

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Coffee: A Part of Our Everyday Life

Coffee is very important part of today’s society. Since its accidental discovery in the early thirteenth century, coffee has grown to become one of the most traded commodities in the world today and is a cash crop for many equatorial countries; including those in Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia. Most importantly, coffee is a

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A New Network: Part I

Are you looking to meet new people and expand your business and social network? Try these often overlooked places to network. They are easy to fit into your daily routine and are fun opportunities to meet new people and organically expand your network. Volunteering Events: Find common ground with people by volunteering at you favorite

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