Ross Blankenship (https://www.ihbooks.com/ross-blankenship), also known as "The Startup Expert" describes the best strategies, advice, and tips to how to become a successful investor. If you are searching for information on how to create a startup, and what makes a successful entrepreneur, the advice in this podcast will help you achieve your goals.
SigFig Investing Review - AngelKings.com
SigFig investing app review for investors and buying/selling stocks online (http://angelkings.com/invest). The investing expert, Ross Blankenship (http://www.theinvestingexpert.com) describes everything you need to know about SigFig robo advising brokerage platform including SigFig vs Betterment, vs Robinhood, and Personal Capital. Take the course (http://angelkings.com/course) to learn about investing and building your stock portfolio for the long-term.
The investing expert also talks about the SigFig company, investment tips and the pricing model that SigFig uses for investing. Be sure to follow the investing expert here:
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InDinero Review - Best SaaS Accounting Money Product - AngelKings.com
InDinero Review: InDinero and the InDinero team, product, and SaaS tech startup led by CEO Jessica Mah (http://angelkings.com/invest). The startup investing expert, Ross Blankenship (http://rossblankenship.com), describes how InDinero's product works and ways the financial services industry is evolving. Watch this video to learn more about how inDinero, top fintech startup, joined the Angel Kings Best Startup Rankings by making it simpler for companies to handle their accounting, taxes and payroll.
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This video also describes Jessica Mah's drive to succeed with InDinero and how the InDinero product is taking on big players like Intuit and Mint.com.
Best Online Brokerages Ranked By Top Expert - AngelKings.com
The Best Top Online Brokers for Stock Trading & Investing Online (http://angelkings.com/invest) - learn about who's ranked the top brokerage firm and what you need to know as an investor researching new brokers. These official rankings of top trading and investing platforms include costs, benefits, easiest to use. Investing expert Ross Blankenship (http://angelkings.com/course) discusses E-Trade, Scottrade, Motif Investing, and brokerages such as Fidelity, TD Ameritrade ThinkorSwim, TradeStation, Charles Schwab, and OptionsHouse.
Along with investing and trading advice, you'll learn about how these companies compare with each other and who's the best for two sides - traders (day and short-term) and investors (long-term) thinking.
Leading expert on investing & trading, Ross Blankenship (http://www.theinvestingexpert.com) advises several media broadcasts - print, online, and television - on topics such as investing and financial management.
Mergers and Acquisitions Biggest Deals of All-Time - AngelKings.com
The biggest and largest private mergers and acquisitions in US History/all-time, including private equity (http://angelkings.com/invest) and stock purchases. The expert on venture capital and mergers/acquisitions, Ross Blankenship (http://rossblankenship.com) goes through an official ranking of the largest PE buyouts and company mergers and acquisitions. Some of the list include Facebook and Instagram, Google and Nest Labs, Burger Kings and Tim Hortons, Yahoo and Tumblr, BC Partners and Petsmart, Ebay and BrainTree, Blackstone and Gates Global, Carlyle and Acosta, Onex and Combibloc, IMS Health and Appature, and Starr Partners buying Multiplan.
Some highlights of the biggest/largest PE mergers and acquisitions of ever include:
1. FACEBOOK BUYS INSTAGRAM
In April of 2012, Facebook announced it was acquiring photo site Instagram for a cool billion dollars. Cash–rich Facebook needed a few of Instagram’s assets, but not the physical kind.
2. GOOGLE BUYS NEST LABS
3. BURGER KING BUYS TIM HORTONS
In January 2014, 3G Capital, a Brazilian private equity firm, bought Tim Hortons Inc., the Canadian doughnut chain, in a move designed to increase the total number of outlets
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4. YAHOO BUYS TUMBLR
The most interesting aspect of the Yahoo/Tumblr nuptials was not the $1.1 billion cash acquisition price but the “wedding” vows. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer publicly promised not to “screw it up.”
5. BC PARTNERS BUYS PETSMART
In December 2014, BC Partners La Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, StepStone and Longview Asset Management announced they were buying out pet supply retailer PetSmart for $8.7 billion.
6. EBAY BUYS BRAINTREE
7. BLACKSTONE BUYS GATES GLOBAL
8. CARLYLE BUYS ACOSTA
9. ONEX BUYS SIG COMBIBLOC
10. IMS HEALTH BUYS APPATURE
11. STARR PARTNERS BUYS MULTIPLAN
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Betterment Investing App- Review Continued
Betterment Investing App - Reviewed by expert on Betterment's stock investing platform, answering how does Betterment work, how much does it cost, compared to Wealthfront, Acorns, Robinhood and robo-advisors (http://angelkings.com/invest) by expert investor Ross Blankenship (http://angelkings.com/course) who analyzes and compares Betterment as a robo-advising/trading platform vs. old school sites like Charles Schwab, E-Trade, Scottrade and Fidelity. #Betterment #BettermentApp #Investing #Stocks #Trading
This video reveals and inside look at the Betterment investing and trading app for people of all wealth and categories of investing; contact Ross Blankenship (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rossblankenship)
FutureAdvisor Review - Online Roboadvisor - AngelKings.com
FutureAdvisor investing app review (http://angelkings.com/invest) - Future Advisor online financial advisor and investing advice. Expert on investing Ross Blankenship (http://angelkings.com/invest) reviews and describes the FutureAdvisor company (acquired by BlackRock) and how it compares to Personal Capital, Wealthfront, Acorns, Robinhood, and Betterment.
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