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Krystal Perkins has 304 articles published.

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Thomas Batterman Explains How to Plan Your Investment Portfolio

Beginning an investing career is an exciting time filled with learning, researching, and getting to know the volatility in the market. Of course, given such a complex set of factors, it comes as no surprise that people often lose money in the initial stages of their buying. Fortunately, the ways to get around some of… Keep Reading

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Luke Persichetti on the Importance of the Financial Services Industry

Luke Persichetti is a recent graduate of Yale University. His academic training in economics gives him the ability to judge the importance of recent trends in the American business landscape. Currently residing in New York, he has been able to utilize his background in financial analysis, and trading fixed income securities to help him understand… Keep Reading

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Joseph Vessecchia’s Top Ten Subject Lines for Cold E-Mail Responses

Sending tons of emails is often mandatory in day-to-day sales operations. Using email is generally the preferred method of communication, and many professionals rely on it over other outlets. The problem, however, starts arising when one has to get everyone to respond to their inquiry. Even if the email is addressed to only one person,… Keep Reading

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5 Ways to Increase Your Home Value Explained by Homes of Idaho

Buying a home is arguably one of the most exciting and challenging times for prospective homeowners. The reason why is the fact that it includes a never-ending amount of research and negotiation. So, those who are able to close a transaction in a seemingly favorable manner are definitely going to feel accomplished. This part of… Keep Reading

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Isaac Gilinski Explains How Brickell Analytics Successfully Predicted the Decline of the Australian Dollar

Brickell Analytics and Isaac Gilinski, the company’s Owner, use a combination of short-term sentiment analysis and long-term wave theory to achieve accurate financial forecasting results. The path to Overheating of the Australian economy The Federal Reserve cut interest rates between 2000 and 2008. First, after the dot-com bubble busted in 2000, and then, after the… Keep Reading

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Steven Foxworth Breaks down a Day in the Life of a Teacher

Teachers form the backbone of the American educational system. These hardworking individuals spend their valuable time imparting important lessons to today’s youth. The routine of a teacher shows how much effort goes into the day-to-day business of education. Steven Foxworth, a social studies teacher, explains how a teacher’s daily routine impacts the students, staff, and… Keep Reading

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Schlomo Schmuel Explains the Basics of Podiatry

Dr. Schlomo Schmuel is a podiatrist based in Los Angeles and has been practicing medicine for more than 20 years. He is the owner of Sunset Foot Clinic and obtained his doctorate degree from Kent State University after completing his internship and residency at the University of Southern California Medical Center. To offer a well-rounded… Keep Reading

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Why Alexandru Burducea Believes Community Work is Important

As the number of companies and high-profile individuals who promote community work grows, one must wonder why everyone has not jumped on-board with this trend yet. After all, given how positive the outcomes of aiding others are, it would be normal to expect people to do it often. Unfortunately, there are many reasons why individuals… Keep Reading

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Dr. Hanid Audish on the Latest Clinical Trial Success Stories

Clinical trials are an important aspect of the medical profession. Without clinical trials, new treatments and therapies would not be possible. During a clinical trial, treatments are tested for safety and efficacy. Physicians like Dr. Hanid Audish at Encompass Clinical Research participate in these trials, bringing novel solutions to their patients. Clinical trials have many… Keep Reading

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Julie Gagnon-Erickson Explains What to Know Before Starting Pilates

In today’s world where busy professionals have a minimal amount of time, it comes as no surprise that shorter workouts are becoming increasingly popular. As Julie Gagnon-Erickson mentions, class durations in the Pilates and Yoga world decrease over the past few years from 2-hour long yoga practices to 30-minute reformer workouts. Skilled instructors have adapted… Keep Reading

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