Supplies in Demand: Smart Money
Whether you’re just getting started or you’re a seasoned professional, these titles have advice for taming the markets and simple solutions that are sure to help you reach your investment goals.
The Aspirational Investor: Taming the Markets to Achieve Your Life’s Goals
Ashvin Chhabra, chief investment officer of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, gives an interesting twist on investing by exploring your goals as the primary investment strategy. (HarperBusiness, June 2015, $21.98)
A Wealth of Common Sense: Why Simplicity Trumps Complexity in Any Investment Plan
Simple is always better. At least that’s what Ben Carlson’s new book sheds a refreshing light on, with the simple and proper ways to view the market and your portfolio. (Bloomberg Press, June 2015, $28.07)
Grow Your Investments with the Best Mutual Funds and ETF’s: Making Long-Term Investment Decisions with the Best Funds Today
Stephen McKee’s book helps in making informed investment decisions by articulating a simple approach to achieving the highest returns with the least amount of risk. (McGraw-Hill Education, June 2015, $24.92)
sixty five: Feet in length of the coast guard cutter Lockheed Martin signed a $72 million contract to provide security technology for.
69: Number of organizations that contacted lawmakers last year in reference to paid sick leave, the most lobbied about issue of 2014, according to the Election Law Enforcement Commission
4%: Amount that New Jersey firms make up of the recently released Fortune 500 list of America’s top companies. Camden’s Campbell Soup Company was No. 342.
$3.75 BILLION: Amount ambulatory centers contributed to the state’s economy in 2014
9,000: Number of full-time employees working at these centers, according to an economic impact study by the New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 5, Issue 6 (June, 2015).
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