Friday, December 6, 2013

TOP 10 Most Popular Website

Here are the 10 Most Popular Website in English Language


Monday, September 30, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #1

#1. Reinvest Your Profits: 

When you first make money in the stock market, you may be tempted to spend it. Don't. Instead, reinvest the profits. 

Warren Buffett learned this early on. In high school, he and a pal bought a pinball machine to put in a barbershop. 

With the money they earned, they bought more machines until they had eight in different shops. 

When the friends sold the venture, Warren Buffett used the proceeds to buy stocks and to start another small business. 

By age 26, he'd amassed $174,000 -- or $1.4 million in today's money. Even a small sum can turn into great wealth.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #2

#2. Be Willing To Be Different: 

Don't base your decisions upon what everyone is saying or doing. 

When Warren Buffett began managing money in 1956 with $100,000 cobbled together from a handful of investors, he was dubbed an oddball. 

He worked in Omaha, not Wall Street, and he refused to tell his parents where he was putting their money. 

People predicted that he'd fail, but when he closed his partnership 14 years later, it was worth more than $100 million. 

Instead of following the crowd, he looked for undervalued investments and ended up vastly beating the market average every single year. 

To Warren Buffett, 
  • the average is just that -- what everybody else is doing.
  • to be above average, you need to measure yourself by what he calls the Inner Scorecard, judging yourself by your own standards and not the world's.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #3

#3. Never Suck Your Thumb: 

Gather in advance any information you need to make a decision, and ask a friend or relative to make sure that you stick to a deadline. 

Warren Buffett prides himself on swiftly making up his mind and acting on it. 

He calls any unnecessary sitting and thinking "thumb sucking." 

When people offer him a business or an investment, he says, "I won't talk unless they bring me a price." He gives them an answer on the spot.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #4

#4. Spell Out The Deal Before You Start: 

Your bargaining leverage is always greatest before you begin a job -- that's when you have something to offer that the other party wants. 

Warren Buffett learned this lesson the hard way as a kid, when his grandfather Ernest hired him and a friend to dig out the family grocery store after a blizzard. 

The boys spent five hours shoveling until they could barely straighten their frozen hands. Afterward, his grandfather gave the pair less than 90 cents to split. 

Warren Buffett was horrified that he performed such backbreaking work only to earn pennies an hour. 

Always nail down the specifics of a deal in advance -- even with your friends and relatives.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #5

#5. Watch Small Expenses: 

Warren Buffett invests in businesses run by managers who obsess over the tiniest costs.

He one acquired a company whose owner counted the sheets in rolls of 500-sheet toilet paper to see if he was being cheated (he was). 

He also admired a friend who painted only on the side of his office building that faced the road. 

Exercising vigilance over every expense can make your profits -- and your paycheck -- go much further.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

TOP 10 Reasons to Love Warren Buffett

It was Warren Buffett’s 83rd birthday last week. Reflecting upon his life and career, it brings up many fantastic reasons to love this guy.

Let’s take a look at the top 10 reasons right now…

1. He has an intricate, sometimes contradictory complexity which he easily hides behind his folksy charm. A Forbes writer once said that, “Buffett is not a simple person, but he has simple tastes.”

2. Instead of living in the heart of the financial sector of Wall Street, Buffett chose to stay 1250 miles away in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska.

3. He has a very strong internal scorecard in regards to all things investing. But his external scorecard is quite vulnerable when looking at many aspects of his personal life. He even has a penchant for seeking out mother figures.

4. Buffett’s perspective: “In the 20th century, the United States endured two world wars and other traumatic and expensive military conflicts; the depression; a dozen or so recessions and financial panics; oil shocks; a flu epidemic; and the resignation of a disgraced president. Yet the Dow rose from 66 to 11,497.”

5. He’s humble. He’s like the guy in school that tells you he failed the math test, but turns out that he actually busted the top of the curve.

6. He thinks well beyond his years. His plans certainly exceed the length of his life span.

7. Here’s how Buffett says it… “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”

8. He’s human. He’s afraid of his own mortality and nuclear wars. He’s very adept at business relationships, but not so adept with personal ones. He does hold a grudge. His father is his hero.

9. Classic Buffett line: “Rule #1: Never lose money. Rule #2: Never forget rule #1.

10. Buffett was once branded as a stingy miser. But there’s no question that he is of all – and less it was his intention from the beginning – to become one of the most giving philanthropists of his time. He has grown his potential givings at a 20% compounded rate per year, and plans to give the majority of it away.

So there you have it. More reasons to love Warren Buffett. Thanks for taking the time to read this today.

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #6

#6. Limit What You Borrow: 

Living on credit cards and loans won't make you rich. 

Warren Buffett has never borrowed a significant amount -- not to invest, not for a mortgage. 

He has gotten many heart-rendering letters from people who thought their borrowing was manageable but became overwhelmed by debt. 

His advice: 
  • Negotiate with creditors to pay what you can. 
  • Then, when you're debt-free, work on saving some money that you can use to invest.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #7

#7. Be Persistent: 

With tenacity and ingenuity, you can win against a more established competitor. 

Warren Buffett acquired the Nebraska Furniture Mart in 1983 because he liked the way its founder, Rose Blumkin, did business. A Russian immigrant, she built the mart from a pawnshop into the largest furniture store in North America. 

Her strategy was to undersell the big shots, and she was a merciless negotiator. 

To Warren Buffett, Rose embodied the unwavering courage that makes a winner out of an underdog.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #8

#8. Know When To Quit: 

Once, when Warren Buffett was a teen, he went to the racetrack. He bet on a race and lost. To recoup his funds, he bet on another race. He lost again, leaving him with close to nothing. 

He felt sick -- he had squandered nearly a week's earnings. 

Warren Buffett never repeated that mistake. Know when to walk away from a loss, and don't let anxiety fool you into trying again.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #9

#9. Assess The Risk: 

In 1995, the employer of Warren Buffett's son, Howie, was accused by the FBI of price-fixing. 

Warren Buffett advised Howie to imagine the worst-and-bast-case scenarios if he stayed with the company. 

His son quickly realized that the risks of staying far outweighed any potential gains, and he quit the next day. 

Asking yourself "and then what?" can help you see all of the possible consequences when you're struggling to make a decision -- and can guide you to the smartest choice.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich - #10

#10. Know What Success Really Means: 

Despite his wealth, Warren Buffett does not measure success by dollars. In 2006, he pledged to give away almost his entire fortune to charities, primarily the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

He's adamant about not funding monuments to himself -- no Warren Buffett buildings or halls. 

"I know people who have a lot of money," he says, "and they get testimonial dinners and hospital wings named after them. But the truth is that nobody in the world loves them. 

When you get to my age, you'll measure your success in life by how many of the people you want to have love you, actually do love you. That's the ultimate test of how you've lived your life."

Thursday, August 29, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #1

1. Think and Grow Rich


Way back in the 1930s, author Napoleon Hill interviewed a series of millionaires and philanthropists, starting with the steel magnate Andrew Carnegie. The result was a perennially best-selling work of self-development that encourages the notion that "greed is good"--as long as you're willing to share your wealth.

Best quote: "If you truly desire money so keenly that your desire is an obsession, you will have no difficulty in convincing yourself that you will acquire it. The object is to want money, and to be so determined to have it that you convince yourself that you will have it."

Monday, August 26, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #2

2. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind


If you're poor, it's because you think like a poor person and if you're rich, it's because you think rich, according to author (and multi-millionaire) T. Harv Eker. To make matters worse, poor people essentially program their children to be poor, by providing them with a worldview that makes wealth accumulation impossible. Not to worry, though. If you start thinking like a mogul, you can be one, too.

Best quote: "The vast majority of people simply do not have the internal capacity to create and hold on to large amounts of money and the increased challenges that go with more money and success."

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #3

3. The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke


Most personal finance books seem to be written with the about-to-retire set in mind. In this sprightly offering, TV star Suze Orman helps millennials navigate the basics of the financial world, like coping with huge student loans and a job market that, for young people, is nearly as dismal as the Great Depression.
Best quote: "You picked up this book because you are broke. Keep reading and you will discover what you need to know--and do--so you will not be broke forever."


Monday, August 19, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #4

4. Total Money Makeover


Anyone who's listened to Dave Ramsey's radio show knows that he's all about common sense: avoid buying on credit, pay cash for everything possible, get yourself out of debt and build an emergency fund. Rather than airy-fairy promises and feel-good anecdotes, he offers solid basic advice for the every man and every woman.
Best quote: "What I have done is packaged the time-honored information into a process that is doable and has inspired millions to act on it."


Thursday, August 15, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #5

5. The Millionaire Next Door


Through research into U.S. households with a net worth of $1 million or more, authors Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko identifies most individuals as Under Accumulators of Wealth (UAW) who have a low net wealth compared to their income.  They then provide advice (like take skimpy vacations) to help people achieve a higher net worth compared to their income.

Best quote: People whom we define as being wealthy get much more pleasure from owning substantial amounts of appreciable assets than from displaying a high-consumption lifestyle.


Wednesday, August 14, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #6

6. The Science of Getting Rich


Even though it contains nothing that even vaguely resembles "science," this 1910 book provided the intellectual framework for thousands of personal wealth-building seminars.  Author Wallace Wattle believed that your ability to accumulate wealth is directly dependent upon how you think about it. In other words, if you believe that money is the root of all evil, you'll never be wealthy.

Best quote: "No man can rise to his greatest possible height in talent of soul development unless he has plenty of money."



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Friday, August 9, 2013

TOP 10 Poorest Country in the World

#1. Congo, Democratic Republic of the,  GDP Per Capita: $348 (As of 2011)

#2. Liberia,  GDP Per Capita: $456 (As of 2011)

#3. Zimbabwe,  GDP Per Capita: $487 (As of 2011)

#4. Burundi,  GDP Per Capita: $615 (As of 2011)

#5. Eritrea,  GDP Per Capita: $735 (As of 2011)

#6. Central African Republic,  GDP Per Capita: $768 (As of 2011)

#7. Niger,  GDP Per Capita: $771 (As of 2011)

#8. Sierra Leone,  GDP Per Capita: $849 (As of 2011)

#9. Malawi,  GDP Per Capita: $860 (As of 2011)

#10. Togo,  GDP Per Capita: $899 (As of 2011)


Wednesday, August 7, 2013

TOP 10 Largest Economies in Asia

10 largest economic countries in Asia based on GDP (nominal) of each countries.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

TOP 10 Richest People in United States

Here’s the Top 10 Richest People United States as of 2012:

No. 1 Bill Gates

Net Worth: $61 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Microsoft, self-made , Age: 56, Citizenship: U.S.


No. 2 Warren Buffett

Net Worth: $44 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Berkshire Hathaway, self-made , Age: 81 , Citizenship: U.S.


No. 3 Larry Ellison

Net Worth:$36 billion – As of March 2011
Source: Oracle, self-made , Age: 67 , Citizenship: U.S.


No. 4 Christy Walton & family

Net Worth:$25.3 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Walmart, inherited , Age: 57 , Citizenship: U.S.


No. 5 Charles Koch (tie)

Net Worth:$25 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Diversified, inherited and growing , Age: 76, Citizenship: United States


No. 5 David Koch (tie)

Net Worth:$25 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Diversified, inherited and growing , Age: 71 , Citizenship: United States


No. 7 Sheldon Adelson 

Net Worth:$24.9 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Casinos, self-made , Age: 78 , Citizenship: United States


No. 8 Jim Walton

Net Worth:$23.7 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Walmart, inherited , Age: 64 , Citizenship: United States


No. 9 Alice Walton

Net Worth:$23.3 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Walmart, inherited , Age: 62 , Citizenship: United States


No. 10 R. Robson Walton

Net Worth:$23.1 billion – As of March 2012
Source: Walmart, inherited , Age: 68 , Citizenship: United States


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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

TOP 10 World Largest Bank by total assets

These are lists of the largest banks in the world, as measured by total assets. Data collected from financial statements as of 31 December 2012

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Friday, July 26, 2013

TOP 10 World Largest Bank by Market Capitalization

These are lists of the largest banks in the world, as measured by market capitalization. Computed from public stock market data as of 30 April 2013.

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Monday, July 22, 2013

TOP 10 Most Popular Websites, Worldwide

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TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #7

7. Your Money or Your Life

Contrary to popular belief, living more frugally increases (rather than decreases) your quality of life. Author Vicki Robin's cites many examples, such as the practice of working at a job that brings in less than the amount you pay out for childcare and "time saving" trips to McDonalds.

Best quote: "Conditions have changed, but we are still operating financially by the rules established during the Industrial Revolution--rules based on creating more material possessions. But our high standard of living has not led to a high quality of life--for us or for the planet."

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Sunday, July 21, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #8

8. The Millionaire Fast Lane


Working hard, saving 10 percent, and retiring at 65 is a chump's game because,
  1. Financial markets are simply too volatile and 
  2. you'll "be in a wheelchair" by the time you actually have enough to retire, according to author MJ DeMarco. A better strategy is to use the volatility of the financial markets to get rich quickly and enjoy it now.

Best quote: "Show me a 22-year-old who got rich investing in mutual funds. Show me the man who earned millions in three years by maximizing his 401k. Show me the young twenty-something who got rich clipping coupons. Where are these people? They don't exist."

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Friday, July 19, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #9

#9. Rich Dad, Poor Dad


An eighth-grade dropout who spends less than he earns is smarter than a college professor who can't make ends meet, according to Robert Kiyosaki. 

Furthermore, while working for a steady paycheck can get you started, your best investment of your time and money is to buy property or a business. Or better yet, do what Kiyosaki himself did and write a best selling book.

Best quote: "The key to financial freedom and great wealth is a person's ability or skill to convert earned income into passive income and/or portfolio income."

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

TOP 10 Personal Finance Books of All Time - #10

#10. The Richest Man In Babylon

George S. Clason's faux-biblical parables about acquiring wealth have inspired investors since the 1920s. Like most of the personal finance books that followed, The Richest Man In Babylon emphasizes saving over spending. 

However, the book also insists that charitable giving is equally as important, provided you don't allow those two whom you give to become dependent upon your gifts.

Best quote: "Budget thy expenses that thou mayest have coins to pay for thy necessities, to pay for thy enjoyments and to gratify thy worthwhile desires without spending more than nine-tenths of thy earnings."

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Monday, July 8, 2013


 1.  Novak Djokovic - Belgrade, Serbia

 2. Andy Murray - Dunblane, Scotland
 3. David Ferrer - Javea, Spain
 4. Rafael Nadal - Manacor, Mallorca, Spain
 5. Roger Federer - Basel, Switzerland
 6. Tomas Berdych - Valasske Mezirici, Czech
 7. Juan Martin Del Potro - Tandil, Argentina
 8. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Le Mans, France
 9. Richard Gasquet - Beziers, France
10. Stanislas Wawrinka - Lausanne, Switzerland


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