Global Finance School Blog

The Things to Heed and Avoid When Selling Your House
Homeowners could encounter situations that necessitate selling their homes. It could be because of a job change or a family that is expanding. Maybe you’re retiring soon and you want to relocate. In some situations, the organization you work for might want you to relocate to another city. Alternatively, your reasons for putting your house up for...
The Worst Times to Sell a House
The decision to sell your house can be a momentous one. You might have toyed with the idea several times in the past. However, when it came right down to it, you decided to defer the decision. Difficult as it might seem, taking the decision to sell your house is probably the easiest part. It marks the culmination of the point where you move from...
10 Warning Signs of a Stock in Trouble
Many investors have their own rules for buying stocks. However, selling stocks is not as easy as buying them. Investment experts believe that people should do their homework before purchasing a stock. Thereafter, they should hold those stocks for a lifetime, even as they make a few minor tweaks and adjustments to their portfolios. Buying and...
How to Know When to Sell a Stock
Oftentimes, buying a stock is much easier than selling one. You might know several people who invest in the stock market. More often than not, they will proffer advice on which stocks you need to purchase. Similarly, many books on investing cover – in great detail – the characteristics of profitable stocks. Yet, not many books or people offer...
Middle East Conflicts and the American Economy
In order to understand how the relationship between the Middle East and the United States can affect one another’s economy, it is important to take a deeper look into the products that tie these two economies together, as well as the output of expenses to fund conflict and maintain conflict resolution.The two primary sources of revenue for Middle...
The Questions You Must Ask in Your Next Job Interview
Many candidates have the mistaken notion that an interview is just a one-way street. The interviewer will ask some questions, to which they need to hear the most appropriate answers. However, remember that an interview is always a two-way street. If the interviewer is assessing whether you’re fit for the job, then you need to assess whether the...
7 Tips for Acing Your Next Job Interview
 Technological advancements have made it possible for businesses to provide immediate satisfaction to their consumers. Often, this does not require anything more than a few clicks with the mouse for purchasing something online. However, some things continue to take their own sweet time. For example, securing that job you had your eye on at...
8 Tips for Getting a Bigger Tax Refund
Many people prefer not to think about the tax they owe until tax time. Then, it becomes a frantic rush to gather all the minor details needed for filling the W2 and 1099 forms. Typically, taxpayers do not aspire to be generous when it comes to paying their taxes. They aim to pay as little as they can, or if they have paid more taxes than they...
A Beginner's Guide to Bitcoins
On August 18, the price of the Bitcoin dropped from $492.95 to $435.60 – a drop of nearly 12 percent. CoinDesk is a leading website that tracks news, prices and information on bitcoins and other digital currencies. According to CoinDesk, this latest fall took the virtual currency to its lowest value since May. This fall comes on the heels of a...
How to Ask for a Raise and Maybe Even Get It
Asking for a raise is not for the faint-hearted. For many people asking for a raise is like computing your taxes. It is something you’d like to keep putting off for another day until you just have to tackle it. It is certainly easier to ask for a raise if you’re handling additional responsibilities or doing the work of many people, but that doesn’...