Investors who are interested in diversifying into tangible assets often first consider gold. There are many ways to invest in gold: gold bars, gold jewelry, gold stocks, and even gold coins. But gold coins can have some advantages over other gold investments, provided that the investor does their due diligence. Gold Coins Have Two Types of Value Gold coins don't just have the raw value of their gold -- they also have a collectible value that will appreciate as they age. [Read More]
Key Steps To Negotiating With Car Buyers Through Email
In the new digital world, prospective car buyers often don't enter into the car lot at all until they're ready to make a purchase. Instead, car buyers have learned that they can complete many of their negotiations via email. This can be difficult if you're running a sales department, as it means that the clients are harder to engage. Here are a few key steps to negotiating these difficult to please buyers. [Read More]
Factors To Consider When Investing In Health Insurance Stocks
With America's estimated 77 million baby boomers aging, the health care industry is projected to grow in the coming years. As a result, investors are looking at stocks in health insurance companies as a solid, long-term investment. But when weighing the profit potential, there are several key factors to consider before adding health insurance stocks to an investment portfolio. The Role Payer Mix Plays Payer mix (types of revenues) affects both a company's risk and profitability. [Read More]
How Can You Afford To Rebuild Your Business After A Natural Disaster?
Regardless of where in the U.S. your business is located, it is likely at least somewhat vulnerable to one or more natural disasters. From wildfires to hurricanes and tornadoes or even earthquakes, there are very few parts of the country where residents are mostly immune to large-scale damage. While insurance can help cover some of the costs inherent in restoring your real estate and replacing your inventory, it won't always cover all the costs associated with reopening your business. [Read More]