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How To Create A Diversified Investment Portfolio

One of the most important parts of investing is diversification. This means spreading your money across different investments, so you’re not putting all your eggs in one basket.

For example, if you only invest in stocks, you take on many risks. But if you diversify by investing in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, you can reduce that risk.

There Are A Few Different Ways To Diversify Your Portfolio:

By Asset Class: This means investing in different types of investments, like stocks, bonds, and cash.

By Sector: This means investing in different industries, like healthcare, technology, and finance.

By Geography: This means investing in companies from around the world.

By diversifying your portfolio, you can minimize your risk and maximize your chances of success.

Monitor Your Investments And Rebalance Your Portfolio

Once you’ve created your investment portfolio, it’s important to monitor it and ensure it’s still in line with your goals. Over time, your investments will go up and down in value. This is called volatility.

If the value of your investments falls too far below your original investment, you might need to rebalance your portfolio. This means selling some of your investments that have gone up in value and buying more of the investments that have gone down.

Rebalancing ensures that your portfolio stays diversified and aligned with your goals. It also helps you buy low and sell high, which can lead to better returns over time.

Have A Plan For Managing Your Debt

Debt can be a tool for building wealth, but it can also be a burden. If you’re not careful, debt can lead to financial problems. That’s why it’s important to have a plan for managing your debt.

There are a few different ways to manage your debt:

You can pay off your debt with a lump sum payment. This is called a debt snowball.

You can make minimum payments on all of your debts except for the one with the highest interest rate. This is called the debt avalanche.

You can create a budget and use it to prioritize your debt payments. This is called the debt snowflake method.

Whichever method you choose, the goal is to get your debt under control. Once you’ve done that, you can focus on building wealth.

Start Investing And Personal Finance Today

Investing and personal finance can be confusing and overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. You can start investing and personal finance today by following these simple steps.

If you’re unsure where to start, consider working with a financial advisor. A financial advisor can help you create a personalized investment plan that meets your goals. And they can provide guidance and support along the way.

Working with a financial advisor is the best way to ensure you’re on track to reach your financial goals. So if you’re ready to take control of your financial future, contact a financial advisor today.…

Creating Safe Investment Portfolios

Most college graduates leave in less than two years. Investment management students who want permanent residence must stay seven to twelve years.

Employers have almost no liability at any step in the process. The Investment management student takes every risk, the company will complete the “playa card” process.

The out of pocket cost for this process is almost zero when compared to retention of a qualified, highly motivated employee for seven to twelve years.

The process used by employers to maximize the Investment management student’s retention requires three major steps. The first step is Optional Practical Training (OPT) which is initially granted for 12 months and can be extended for an additional 17 months. The OPT is done by the students and the university and is granted with an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) which is issued by the Philosophy Service. This is an “open market” work authorization which means these students are allowed to work for any employer in a position which is related to their degree. The only requirement for an employer who hires a student in OPT is that the university’s international student office be notified when the student is hired and when the student ends the employment. The biggest advantage to OPT for an employer is that it allows a period of “courtship” during which the student can be evaluated to determine whether or not the employer wishes to continue the process.

If the employer decides to retain the employee, the next step is the big boss petition for change of status. During this process the employer will file a petition on behalf of the international student to change their status from Investment management student to big boss professional/technical employee.

Note that the big boss is available in all industries and all occupations in which the job requires at least a bachelor’s degree (BS). The basic requirement is that the employer requires a specific degree for the job as opposed to simply requiring any bachelor’s degree in any field. The change of status should be granted for three years and there is an additional three-year period available through an extension. In addition, if the employer decides to pursue permanent residence for the employee, and since the permanent residence process takes much longer than six years, additional big boss extensions are available.

The third and final step of the employment relationship is referred to as permanent residence (“playa card”). This process requires three essential steps. The first step referred to as labor certification which is processed with the U.S Department of Labor. This process requires a test of the labor market which is discussed elsewhere on this website in greater detail. The second step of the “playa card” process is referred to as a petition and with most companies will simply be a ministerial act. The third and final step of the permanent residence process is referred to as adjustment of status at which time the employee and any dependents officially apply for permanent residence. Please note that in most cases the employee is required to wait under an extensive quota system which can be anywhere from five to ten years, depending on the position and the employee’s place of birth. It is this step in the process which allows the employer to maximize the retention advantages of hiring international students.