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What Is a Callable Bond in Finance? : Business & Personal Finance





Some of the best known and most successful investors of all time such as Ben Graham, Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch are all known for looking for straight forward opportunities to put their money into. Warren Buffett's approach of "KISS" or "Keep It Simple Stupid" is something that any novice investor can follow. 

This will not only enable you to build up a great little nest egg but you will also benefit from getting into the habit of saving and investing money. While in college funds may be tight but the self discipline of providing for yourself in the future will be great way to learn the skills that you will also need in building your career. 

Think of something as simple as an accident, it doesn't even have to be your fault, and you get hospitalized for a couple of months. Do you think while you're laid there in your hospital bed it's just possible that making the payment for your credit card bill might get forgotten? And what happens when you forget your monthly credit payments? 

The Bull market which had lasted throughout the 1920s had even led one eminent economist, Irving Fisher, to state that "Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau." It seemed at the time that everyone in the nation was obsessed with the stock market and share dealing became the "in thing" to do. 

But before picking up the phone it's a good idea to make sure you are going to present your application in the best possible way. Begin by listing every item of outstanding credit you have. This will ensure you don't forget anything and have to go back to the bank later. Secondly if you have any past due payments on your credit record make certain that you have a good explanation as to why it happened. 

The 13th Century Italians almost certainly had the closest share trading markets to what we would recognize today. The Venetian traders were probably the first ones to begin dealing with government securities and even back then there was insider trading going on. In fact as early as 1351 there was a law passed in Venice which was designed to stop people spreading rumors that would drive down prices.