You can get rich quick through day-trading, but it carries significant risk. Phil Town Published 6:00 am CDT, Sunday, August 19, 2018 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Which Is Better, Day-Trading or Investing Long-Term? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery There is more than one way to approach the stock market, and many different schools of thought exist on how best to make money when buying and selling securities. One method that often gets a lot of attention is day-trading. On one hand, day-trading is lauded as the best way to get rich quick. On the other hand, there are countless warnings about the dire risks of day-trading. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Town breaks down the differences, benefits and risks of day-trading and long-term … [Read more...] about Which Is Better, Day-Trading or Investing Long-Term?
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Melania Trump gave a splashy launch Monday to her public awareness campaign to help children, calling it "Be Best." In a rare twist on their White House roles, she commanded the Rose Garden lectern while President Donald Trump watched from the audience. The first lady said the "Be Best" campaign will focus on childhood well-being, social media use and opioid abuse. "As a mother and as first lady, it concerns me that in today's fast-paced and ever-connected world, children can be less prepared to express or manage their emotions and oftentimes turn to forms of destructive or addictive behavior such as bullying, drug addiction or even suicide," she said. "I feel strongly that as adults, we can and should 'be best' at educating our children about the importance of a healthy and balanced life," she added. Trump embraced his wife after she finished her speech and kissed her cheeks five times in a rare public display of affection. They held hands as they walked into … [Read more...] about Melania Trump debuts ‘Be Best’ campaign for kids’ well-being
Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters Endorses Worthy The Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters publicly endorsed Walker Worthy Jr. for mayor. “We are pleased to endorse Walker Worthy’s election bid for mayor of Trenton and will fully support his campaign through get out the vote efforts,” Mercer County Freeholder and Carpenters Local 254 President Anthony Verrelli said in a written statement. “Walker Worthy believes in supporting strong workers’ rights and we look forward to working with him when he’s elected as the Mayor of Trenton.” The Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters represents nearly 40,000 men and women in New Jersey, Delaware and significant portions of New York, Maryland and Pennsylvania. It is one of the largest trade unions on the east coast and equips professional workers with the skills, expertise and safety training that is demanded in today’s construction industry. Advertisement “Trenton is … [Read more...] about Worthy announces open-door policy, picks up endorsement; Perez unveils platform for good government: Trenton Election Rumblings
This year’s PEN World Voices Festival features dozens of writers from around the globe, including bestselling novelists, war correspondents, Hollywood screenwriters, and globe-trotting activists. Sean Penn, whose debut novel, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, was released last month, is likely the only speaker who ticks off each and every one of those boxes. And he’s definitely the only writer whose résumé boasts all of the above bona fides plus a couple of Oscars for Best Actor. On Tuesday night, the 57-year-old sits down for what is sure to be a wide-ranging conversation with New Yorker writer Jon Lee Anderson at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn. “I think the fact that Sean is out there, offstage, and has a very private parallel life — as in Haiti and other places he is drawn to, curious about, or involved in — is the very thing that would surprise most people,” says Anderson, who interviewed Penn for … [Read more...] about Sean Penn, A Man of Many Trades
Eli Manning came from money out of Ole Miss back in 2004, with an arrest for public drunkeness on his record. He could be so mild-mannered and composed as to appear aloof in games, and he refused to play for the San Diego Chargers, influencing a draft-day trade just so the seemingly entitled QB could play for the Giants. No one holds Manning’s affluent background against him now, nor his minor slip-up with the law, nor his lack of a rah-rah demeanor, nor his kicking and screaming to make sure he’d play in New York. Instead, he has two Super Bowl rings and is praised for his steady demeanor, intelligence, and remarkable example as a franchise QB. Josh Rosen is Eli Manning -- minus the arrest. Or at least the UCLA quarterback is the closest thing to the next Eli in this heralded 2018 QB draft class. And after a decade-and-a-half of stability at the sport’s most important position under Manning, it’s fair to say the Giants’ search for a franchise QB this … [Read more...] about Josh Rosen criticized for same traits that have made Eli Manning a franchise-altering QB for the Giants