Bad Brokers And Good Investments

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Business , Insights

When you invest your money into the securities market, there are bad brokers and good investments. Like anything else you have to do your homework to sort them out. The securities industry for a long time has been a swamp infested with leeches just looking for fresh meat. When they find an inexperienced investor, they tend to use high-pressure sales tactics, and abundant turnover of your holdings to spike their commissions.  But that doesn’t mean that a wise investor can’t navigate around them. 

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Anger Management

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: In Search Of , Insights , Opinion

Have you ever gotten so angry that you’ve lashed out, either physically or verbally? When do you know that you’ve crossed the line and require anger management techniques, or outside help?

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Eating Disorders

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Insights , Kids

Generally, for most people eating is a pleasure in addition to being a necessity to sustain a healthy body. When a person feels the urges to change the normal course of their eating behaviors (such as under-eating or overeating) due to certain perceptions, this can lead to — or already is — an one of several eating disorders.

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What to know and how to spot Bulimia Nervosa

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Insights , Kids

“Some people eat to live while others live to eat”- It’s one thing to love good food; to eat passionately, indulge in culinary delights, and savor great cuisine. After all, eating is one of the great pleasures in life — along with sex, travel, wine …. and a good bowel movement. And the priority of each can shift from day to day. What to know and how to spot Bulimia Nervosa in friends, family and oneself starts with education.

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The Rapid Rise of Technology and The Public Forum

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: In Search Of , Insights , Opinion

The rapid rise of technology is claimed by some to be inhibiting human interaction. Others claim that it contributes to the public journal and the broadcasting of it. What do you think, can both sides be correct?

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