How long is long-term when investing in equity?

The trade-off is crystal clear—the shorter the period, the higher the potential gain but the worse the possible risk In personal finance, there are many terms that mean nothing at all, some that could mean anything, and a few that mean different things to different people. One such term is ‘long term’. How long is […]

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Lifestyle change long overdue in Kerala says Dr Nanditha Shah

KOCHI: Awoman of 70-year-old had been suffering from heart disease for three years. Even getting out of the bed in the morning was difficult for her. She was admitted to the ICU and prescribed several medicines.She didn’t want to take them all so, after three weeks in the hospital. She went to another doctor. To […]

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For a healthy heart and long life, munch on a variety of nuts everydayFor a healthy heart and long life, munch on a variety of nuts everyday

If you’re looking for superfoods to remain healthy, this is it. Include nuts in your diet plan. Eating five weekly servings of walnuts, peanuts or other kinds of tree nuts was linked to a 14% lower risk of cardiovascular disease, and a 20% lower risk of fatal complications due to hardened arteries, said the report in the Journal […]

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So Long, Twitter Dashboard — We Hardly Knew You

TweetDeck it wasn’t and now, Twitter Dashboard is toast. The social media site says it’s now ditching Twitter Dashboard — an app specifically designed for businesses — on Feb. 3. That’s only six months after Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) introduced Dashboard. And this is just the latest anti-development for Twitter. The social media site continues to appear […]

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Building Long Term Customer Loyalty in Disposable Times

Building relationships takes time but growing and maintaining them long term takes perseverance, energy and purpose. Jack Trout, Ad Exec and Author of  Big Brands, Big Trouble says, “Marketing battles take place in the mind of a consumer or prospect. That’s where you win or lose.” We live in seriously disposable times. People outgrow their use […]

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Year in review: Long Beach education in 2016

A large crowd gathered at the CSU Board of Trustees meeting Nov. 17, supporting the faculty demanding a 5 percent raise. (Photo by Brittany Murray/Press-Telegram/SCNG) By Press-Telegram staff POSTED: 12/29/16, 5:51 PM PST | UPDATED: 8 HRS AGO 0 COMMENTS Long Beach City College president Eloy Oakley took the job of chancellor of the California […]

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TNT sports reporter Craig Sager dies after long battle with cancer at 65

Sports broadcaster Craig Sager has died after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in 2014. (Dec. 15, 2016) Chuck SchilkenContact Reporter Popular sports broadcaster Craig Sager has died after a long battle with cancer, Turner Broadcasting President David Levy announced in a statement on Thursday. He was 65. “Craig Sager was a beloved member of […]

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