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Getting a home loan using a house we own in China
posted by: ethan123 @ Wed Sep 02, 2015 2:27 am
Hi

We live in Canada and want a loan to buy a house. We currently own a house in China, and we're planning to sell it roughly 15 years later, but not now because a relative lives there.

We asked a bank (Royal Bank of Canada) if we could count this house as an asset to get a loan, but they said no.

Is there really no way to get any money out of this house in China before we can sell it (since our relative lives there)? Not even a portion?

Thanks for your ideas
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Need capital for expanding business. Should I take out 401k?
posted by: seamist @ Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:33 pm
Hello!

Any advice is much appreciated!!!!! I am in independent contractor working for my mother's permanent hair removal business. I will own the business in 4 years when she retires... possibly sooner. These past 18 months have been extremely busy since I did some updates and advertising. We currently have a long waiting list for new clients, the majority of which are willing to wait. We share an office, I work 2.5 days and she works the rest. She is not ready to give up any of her days yet. I net an average of $500 per day.

I have dec...
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Is It Really Necessary For Me to Get an IT Support?
posted by: Kimberlie Broe @ Tue Sep 01, 2015 7:44 am
My cousin gave me some advice about consulting an IT support and services company to make my current business efficient. I have been managing my business for 10 years already. According to her, Parachute Techs and Bay Area IT Consulting can deliver IT services. However, as an event specialist, I have been very busy attending to the needs of our clients. I do not have enough time in analyzing my business future needs. Is it really necessary for me to get an IT support? What do you think?
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help on renting an apartment with no rental history,orcredit
posted by: unique293 @ Sun Aug 30, 2015 3:04 pm
im in quite an odd situation. most of my life, ive had little to no money, and ive often lived out of hotels by the week in areas i often didnt feel safe in. usually i had $3000 or less to my name, and i generated about $300 a week in income off of it. mostly playing cards.

now i suddenly have $24,000 and i feel ill never go broke again. Been winning about $1000 a week, and of course since ive never filed a tax return and being 46, i have no proof or records of this. im constantly worried the govt will discover i exist and seize my bank acc...
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Seeking Simple Financial Advice
posted by: cmknauf @ Sat Aug 29, 2015 7:08 pm
Seeking some simple financial advice.
I have an account with an investment company. Its been about 10 years now and have not made any changes to my portfolio.Thats only because I am afraid to. I fear making a bad investment. Yet my account manager does nothing to help or advise. They have never contacted me to advise on diversification. I feel I am alone and watching my money do nothing for me in return. I am earning less than $1k in dividends and returns per year. Pretty Sad.
So I am reaching out to see what kind of suggestions someone might...
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Global Equities Grand Total?
posted by: dplat @ Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:24 pm
Hi folks,

$29 billion stock removed in USA alone last week, I've been searching for some sort of daily current graph of global stock total value in order to try and keep and eye on current events (VIX). Any idea on where to find such statistical graphs; something live and current?

This website has database query type statistics, but was hoping for some sort of live graph data:
http://www.world-exchanges.org/statistics

Thanks in advance,
Dell
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Roth IRA - What to buy?
posted by: workingmonkey @ Fri Aug 28, 2015 7:58 pm
Hi,

I have a Roth IRA with only $400 in it. It is parked at the moment, no particular investments. Should I buy something now or keep my deposits going until I can buy something in particular later?

My other investments include a 401K with about 200K and FUSEX with about $30K.

Thanks!
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Reporter Seeking Successful Amateur Investors for a Story
posted by: mtriffin @ Fri Aug 28, 2015 4:18 pm
I'm a writer for LearnVest, a personal finance and career site that's often syndicated by outlets like Forbes and HuffPo, and am working on a story profiling amateur investors (meaning, who don't have a career in finance). I'm hoping to interview people who either made an investing mistake or a bold investing move when they were younger—and who learned a lesson from that experience that made them successful today. If you fit the bill and would like to share your thoughts, please email me at mtriffin@gmail.com. Thank you! - Molly
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desperately need new SEO tactics
posted by: Kimberlie Broe @ Thu Aug 27, 2015 6:15 am
As a marketer i noticed that marketing has changed more in the last 2 years, just last year we've seen some major shake ups in SEO alone. As marketers, it’s our task to evolve with buyer behavior and stay ahead of the game. I've been struggling on this and would appreciate it if you could share some of your SEO tactics to increase leads and traffic. Is there a new search ranking formula?
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