| The Great Investors: Prince Alwaleed
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, the son of the Saudi Arabia king�s brother, has many names and titles. He is the richest Arab by Power 100 - The World´s Most Powerful Arabs 2008, the most successful Arabian businessman, and som...
High Yield Investment Program � Reality or Scam?
High profit and minimum risk are two main factors people consider when they make investment decisions. Not everyone though is successful in attaining and sustaining this level throughout the life of their investment. There are different ways to poten...
From Riches to Rags
Sanjiv Sidhu, a bearded modest man, was once the richest Indian in the world. He could have become the richest individual in the world had not he lost almost everything in one day.
Sidhu was born in June 1957 in Hyderabad, India. In 1980, he rece...
The Great Investors: William Gann
�Periodicity is a characteristic of all phenomena of nature.�
Nostradamus has been dead for nearly five centuries now but his predictions of major world events keep amazing people. Many believe that his ability to see things far in a...
Greatest Bank Frauds
Banks happen to be the tidbits for both armed robbers and financial scammers. Well, this is not surprising, as where else would you find such accumulation of cash and other financial instruments?
The recent scandal involving the French bank Socie...
The Great Investors: John Templeton
�People are always asking me where is the outlook good, but that's the wrong question.... The right question is: Where is the outlook the most miserable?�
John Marks Templeton, a billionaire and founder of a world-known group of in...
It all started in 1949, when the American aerospace engineer Edward Aloysius Murphy, Jr. was involved in high-speed rocket sled experiments. After conducting several unsuccessful experiments, Murphy discovered that one of the devices used in the expe...
What do millionaires teach us?
Steve Jobs, AppleRupert Murdoch, News Corp. Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs
All of us dream to become millionaires. Okay, some of us definitely do, and they think, if I had all that wealth, I would finally buy the suit in that storefront with price t...
Lessons from Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM)
In 1998, Wall Street watched the collapse of Long-Term Capital Management hedge-fund (LTCM) with bated breath. This fund was founded in 1994 by John Meriwether, the former vice-chairman and head of bond trading at Salomon Brothers. On its board of di...
Great investors: Jim Rogers
Everybody may invest. Both teenagers and retirees have equal chances for success. This fact was proven by one of the greatest investors, a retiree Jim Rogers.
James Beeland Rogers was born on October 19, 1942 in Wetumpka, Alabama, USA. As all ordi...