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The Trump administration is considering changes that could impact retirement investors

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Thought Leadership on Business Ideas for Growth Companies and Growth Consultants presented by Cerini and Associates LLP. On February 3, 2017, President Donald Trump called into review the new Fiduciary Rule, a rule whose effect would expand the definition of those considered a fiduciary, a term carefully defined under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. More commonly known as the ...

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Why angel investors are willing to bet it all on promising startups, and how you can get in on the action

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When you invest in the stock market, you have help. The risk of losing your money is mitigated by mounds of data that inform your decisions, and there’s a decent chance your risk will be rewarded. When you invest in real estate, you benefit from a stable market and the ability to sell at any time. But when you’re an angel investor putting money into a startup, all you have is an idea, a team and a gut feeling.

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The Motley Fool’s success stems from a unique culture

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You wouldn’t know it, but the businessman who just finished doing cartwheels and headstands in the hallway is the CEO of a multinational company. Said company is among the most high-profile investment advice firms in the country. Its flagship newsletter is the leading publication of its kind in the world — and the company that’s been on CNBC and is well-known around Wall Street has a membership base in the six-figure range. But The Motley Fool, this company’s namesake, didn’t get where it is by hopping on the Wall Street bandwagon. In fact, “The Fool” thrives in a very conservative niche with anything but a conventional approach.

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5 capital structures for growth

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You cannot grow a business, or formulate and execute powerful, competitive business strategies with capital strategy and structures that are weak, flawed, incomplete or missing. As you outline a plan for growth, don’t leave them out.

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