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Germany, China, India working to out-compete us: @BarackObamaLink: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11360

Germany, China, India working to out-compete us: @BarackObama

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The 12 Most Expensive Cars at the New York Auto ShowFrom futuristic designs to energy-saving technologies, the New York International Auto Show is something of a who’s who of automotive geniuses.

It’s obvious some of these cars are not quite aimed at the average consumers — after all, price tags start at $800,000 for base models. But take some time to daydream a little and swoon over some of the most expensive cars we could find at this year’s show.

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The 12 Most Expensive Cars at the New York Auto Show

From futuristic designs to energy-saving technologies, the New York International Auto Show is something of a who’s who of automotive geniuses. It’s obvious some of these cars are not quite aimed at the average consumers — after all, price tags start at $800,000 for base models. But take some time to daydream a little and swoon over some of the most expensive cars we could find at this year’s show.

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What You Should Do If You Have $5,000 To InvestYou’ve padded your emergency fund, paid off your debt and saved up a few thousand dollars — $5,000 to be exact — that you’re ready to invest.
But is it best to put it in a mutual fund, certificate of deposit, index fund or exchange-traded fund?

“If you’re asking what’s the best way to invest $5,000, it’s kind of like asking what should I have for dinner tonight? Well, it depends,” says Greg McBride, chief financial analyst of Bankrate. “What do you like? What don’t you like? Do you have any allergies? What are you in the mood for? The same thing [applies] here.”

Before you get to specifics, such as how much risk you can stomach or what to choose off the menu of investments, start with the basics.

“The first question you need to ask yourself is, ‘When do I need to spend that money?’” says Manisha Thakor, founder and CEO of MoneyZen Wealth Management. “My rule of thumb is investing is something you do for the long run, which I would define as a minimum of five years and ideally 10-plus years. Once you are sure it’s long-term money, now you’re ready to really get into the nuts and bolts.”

To help you delve into those nuts and bolts, we asked financial experts for advice on the best way to invest your $5,000. They suggested options for both the short and long term, if you’re hoping to grow that money for retirement decades down the road.Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11195

What You Should Do If You Have $5,000 To Invest

You’ve padded your emergency fund, paid off your debt and saved up a few thousand dollars — $5,000 to be exact — that you’re ready to invest. But is it best to put it in a mutual fund, certificate of deposit, index fund or exchange-traded fund? “If you’re asking what’s the best way to invest $5,000, it’s kind of like asking what should I have for dinner tonight? Well, it depends,” says Greg McBride, chief financial analyst of Bankrate. “What do you like? What don’t you like? Do you have any allergies? What are you in the mood for? The same thing [applies] here.” Before you get to specifics, such as how much risk you can stomach or what to choose off the menu of investments, start with the basics. “The first question you need to ask yourself is, ‘When do I need to spend that money?’” says Manisha Thakor, founder and CEO of MoneyZen Wealth Management. “My rule of thumb is investing is something you do for the long run, which I would define as a minimum of five years and ideally 10-plus years. Once you are sure it’s long-term money, now you’re ready to really get into the nuts and bolts.” To help you delve into those nuts and bolts, we asked financial experts for advice on the best way to invest your $5,000. They suggested options for both the short and long term, if you’re hoping to grow that money for retirement decades down the road.

Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11195

What You Should Do If You Have $5,000 To InvestYou’ve padded your emergency fund, paid off your debt and saved up a few thousand dollars — $5,000 to be exact — that you’re ready to invest.
But is it best to put it in a mutual fund, certificate of deposit, index fund or exchange-traded fund?

“If you’re asking what’s the best way to invest $5,000, it’s kind of like asking what should I have for dinner tonight? Well, it depends,” says Greg McBride, chief financial analyst of Bankrate. “What do you like? What don’t you like? Do you have any allergies? What are you in the mood for? The same thing [applies] here.”

Before you get to specifics, such as how much risk you can stomach or what to choose off the menu of investments, start with the basics.

“The first question you need to ask yourself is, ‘When do I need to spend that money?’” says Manisha Thakor, founder and CEO of MoneyZen Wealth Management. “My rule of thumb is investing is something you do for the long run, which I would define as a minimum of five years and ideally 10-plus years. Once you are sure it’s long-term money, now you’re ready to really get into the nuts and bolts.”

To help you delve into those nuts and bolts, we asked financial experts for advice on the best way to invest your $5,000. They suggested options for both the short and long term, if you’re hoping to grow that money for retirement decades down the road.Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11195

What You Should Do If You Have $5,000 To Invest

You’ve padded your emergency fund, paid off your debt and saved up a few thousand dollars — $5,000 to be exact — that you’re ready to invest. But is it best to put it in a mutual fund, certificate of deposit, index fund or exchange-traded fund? “If you’re asking what’s the best way to invest $5,000, it’s kind of like asking what should I have for dinner tonight? Well, it depends,” says Greg McBride, chief financial analyst of Bankrate. “What do you like? What don’t you like? Do you have any allergies? What are you in the mood for? The same thing [applies] here.” Before you get to specifics, such as how much risk you can stomach or what to choose off the menu of investments, start with the basics. “The first question you need to ask yourself is, ‘When do I need to spend that money?’” says Manisha Thakor, founder and CEO of MoneyZen Wealth Management. “My rule of thumb is investing is something you do for the long run, which I would define as a minimum of five years and ideally 10-plus years. Once you are sure it’s long-term money, now you’re ready to really get into the nuts and bolts.” To help you delve into those nuts and bolts, we asked financial experts for advice on the best way to invest your $5,000. They suggested options for both the short and long term, if you’re hoping to grow that money for retirement decades down the road.

Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11195

9 Things People Just Don’t Get About EntrepreneursEntrepreneurship is hard, both physically and emotionally. Doubt, anxiety, despair — along the way, every entrepreneur struggles with those feelings.
So why are entrepreneurs willing to face the vulnerability, the emotional ups and downs, and the risk of public and private failure?

Easy. They have no choice. Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11136

9 Things People Just Don’t Get About Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is hard, both physically and emotionally. Doubt, anxiety, despair — along the way, every entrepreneur struggles with those feelings. So why are entrepreneurs willing to face the vulnerability, the emotional ups and downs, and the risk of public and private failure? Easy. They have no choice.

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Mark Cuban’s 12 Rules for StartupsAnyone who has started a business has his or her own rules and guidelines, so I thought I would add to the memo with my own. My “rules” below aren’t just for those founding the companies, but for those who are considering going to work for them, as well.Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=11025

Mark Cuban’s 12 Rules for Startups

Anyone who has started a business has his or her own rules and guidelines, so I thought I would add to the memo with my own. My “rules” below aren’t just for those founding the companies, but for those who are considering going to work for them, as well.

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25 Exotic Restaurant Views I Want To Experience In My LifetimeI love awesome food and gorgeous design. Put 2 and 2 together and you get exotic restaurants and views. Sooner or later I’ll visit a lot of places and I’ll experience amazing restaurants like these…Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=10969

25 Exotic Restaurant Views I Want To Experience In My Lifetime

I love awesome food and gorgeous design. Put 2 and 2 together and you get exotic restaurants and views. Sooner or later I’ll visit a lot of places and I’ll experience amazing restaurants like these…

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15 Brilliant Minimalist Print AdsLink: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=10965

15 Brilliant Minimalist Print Ads

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10 Simple Truths Smart People ForgetSome of the smartest people I know continuously struggle to get ahead because they forget to address a few simple truths that collectively govern our potential to make progress.Link: http://www.listicle.co/list/user/post.php?listid=10910

10 Simple Truths Smart People Forget

Some of the smartest people I know continuously struggle to get ahead because they forget to address a few simple truths that collectively govern our potential to make progress.

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