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    Financial Planning Essay

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    the issue is by taking a numerous measures to better and simplify product disclosure statement (PDSs) which are used by consumers to make a decision on financial products. For products like margin loans, superannuation and simple collective investment schemes the PDSs have been condensed and only the important key information is provided in summary form. All the added information to these key information is ‘incorporated by reference’ and is provided on request or by online. Financial Product regulation: The government implemented strict regulation on financial products to restrict consumer’s access to highly risky and complicated products. This ensure that the consumer do not fall prey to products which are not going to be beneficial to them. (Sandlant, 2011) 3) Explain three (3) potential impacts of the provision of financial advice being inappropriate to a client’s needs and at odds with their risk tolerance. 1) Answer: The three potential impacts a) Financial loss: Most of the clients start planning and saving for their retirement from very early on. If such a client were to invest in high risk and poorly diversified portfolio, they are risking their life saving and end up losing it all especially if there is a financial crisis. b) Bad investment: If a client acts on a bad advice from a planner to invest in property during a bubble in the market. The client might end up paying more for the property than he should be and end up with nothing when the bubble burst and the…

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    their main goal is to figure out ways to manage their client’s money in order to keep them on track to meet their money goals. However, my mom’s job goes much more in depth than that including creating an education savings for the future, determining retirement plans, and putting peoples money into the stock market. Besides the stock market she also puts her clients money into bonds, CDs or certificates of deposits, and annuities. As a Vice President, this gives her more credibility when dealing…

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    This semester I had my first work experience related to my field of study. I interned with Morningstar which is an independent provider of investment research, financial information on mutual funds, stocks, exchange-traded funds and multiple saving plans (Morningstar 2016). Morningstar’s mission is to provide software, reliable information on its investing site, online and print-based products for individual investors, professional advisors and institutional clients. It has offices in 27…

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    to make better investment decisions. 1. Can You Describe This Investment? Your financial advisor or the person pushing you towards an investment should be able to describe the investment very clearly in just a few sentences. You should understand what the investment buys and sells, how frequently it trades or invests, and how much the investment expects to make. You should be able to understand the basics of a possible investment in just a few minutes. If you don 't understand it, that 's a…

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    important life lesson. Beginner doesn’t need to be college educated to start investing, in fact, they doesn’t need to be a high school graduate. They only need to have a basic understanding of business and have the confidence to make a plan for their life. Throughout the article, DeFeo mentions why investing can be scary, but it won’t stop people for doing it. Also, he states the goal of investing, persuading people to invest for their own future good. He specifies whether people should invest…

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    Business Issue: The Asset Management Industry There are two general approaches to investment management – either utilizing active investment management or passive investment management. An active investment managers’ goal is to outperform a specific benchmark index by identifying mispriced securities. A passive managers’ goal is to closely track or replicate the return pattern of a specified benchmark index at a low cost. A passive manager does not make any attempt to seek out mispriced…

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    McMaster University Pensions Plans The Investment Sub-Committee on the Board of Trustees of McMaster University pension plans is scheduled to meet to evaluate the performance of Investments the established benefit and contribution plans that are provided. Given the stipulations in the McMaster University Statement of Investment Policies (SIP), an opinion about the plan’s current investment manager must be provided. The process towards giving that opinion involves collecting any additional…

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    Anthem Innovation

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    What does the world of Anthem imply about the nature of technological progress? The society in the beginning of Anthem is a collective society with no room for any independence and it is a society that is very technologically primitive. The collective society of Anthem does not allow for innovation because they reject new ideas, frown upon independent thinking, and restrict people from doing what they want. These three ideas of the collective society block all innovation and research from the…

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    Collective Learning

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    Collective Learning Technology has brought huge influences on everyone’s lives. The Duke University had brought iPod as an academic device and educational experiment to all the first-year class students. The iPod inverted the traditional role of technology, which has many new functions. Students not only can listen to music, but also use the iPod as an academic device to collaborate with others. This concept can be seen in Project Classroom Makeover, by Cathy Davidson. In Project Classroom…

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    Reflection Worksheet Introduction The Palmerston North Women’s Health Collective (PNWHC) has been part of the community since 1984 and providing the women of the Manawatu region with information and support on a wide range of health and well-being issues. The PNWHC offers free services such as pregnancy tests and cervical screening, and low cost services including counselling and natural therapies (The Palmerston North Women’s Health Collective [the PNWHC], 2014). The PNWHC was not my first…

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