Jim Cramer reveals how the same rules he discusses in his latest book, "Getting Rich Carefully," apply to his newest investment, Mexican restaurant Bar San Miguel in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Cramer says if you protect your downside, the upside will take care of itself. Just like he recommends that investors don't overpay for stocks and that they seek out good dividends and reasonable growth, Cramer says it's important to stay within your means when it comes to investments like restaurants.
How do small investors deal with a market that is in large part moving sideways, and stay in the market for the long term? Blue Marble Capital Management president and global investment strategist Vincent Catalano discusses.
In Chapter 6 of 14 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Moo.com CEO Richard Moross answers "What Experiences in the Past Year Have Most Influenced the Direction of Your Company?" Leading a growing business, Moross shares how acquiring flavors.me helped accelerate his company's expansion beyond physical products into digital products. The company acquisition leads to Moross hiring a chief product officer to translate the company investment into a committed digital product team.
In Chapter 7 of 22 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings shares notes from his work projects in Ukraine, Germany, and Australia and how he has made it a point to arrive early and normalize himself in the culture before work begins. He references Margaret Mead and the necessity to sit in a culture until no big surprises remain. Stallings also learns to embrace the human bonds that connect all cultures. This is Hammans Stallings' Year 2 CYF interview.
In Chapter 10 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, non-profit executive Courtney Spence details how her organization is creating in-person programs to bring her alumni together and strengthen the kinship and bonds across graduating years. Courtney Spence returns to CYF for her Year 3 interview. As Founder and Executive Director, Spence leads non-profit Students of the World to empower college students to use film, photography, and journalism to tell stories of global issues.
When a client sells their company, it's a big deal. Here's how advisers can help. Plus, how to be a successful value investor. And, how to play the frontier market. WSJ Wealth Management's Veronica Dagher reports.