J.E. Carpenter has a B.S. in Psychology, an M.A.L.S. and a J.D. degree, as well as extensive experience in most aspects of investing and 25 years of experience in practicing law. This writer has broad knowledge of investment vehicles and financial management and has written for several different websites on financial, investment, and legal topics.
The author is also an experienced gardener and plant show judge and an officer in plant societies and has given many public presentations on topics related to indoor and outdoor gardening.
J.E. Carpenter's work has been published in BackHome, Writer's Journal, and GreenPrints. This author's short stories have also appeared in several magazines.
Carpenter's writing tastes and knowledge are eclectic. The author has written on topics as diverse as real estate law, portfolio management, gardening, psychology, religion and spirituality, acting and freelance writing.
Private requests are welcomed and can be tailored to buyer's specifications. 7/2018 update: At this time, I'm interested in new projects that would credit me as the author. If you are interested, I may be available to write in any of my areas of expertise.
This article discusses the options for keeping funds safe, starting with FDIC insured bank accounts and moving up to slighly riskier options with higher return potentials. It clarifies the differences between savings accounts, money market funds, and money market mutual funds. It also discusses bonds and common and preferred stock. | Read More →Words: 729 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article is an extremely clear guide to a very confusing subject. It explains what call options are and why you might want to buy or sell them. It warns against some of the pitfalls that can beset options traders. | Read More →Words: 653 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
If you don´t know how you made money in the market, how will you be able to do it again? This article explains how to keep records and how to evaluate your performance. It warns about errors in thinking that can have you thinking you´re brilliant and getting overconfident or beating yourself up unnecessarily. | Read More →Words: 659 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article explains how the internet can help or hurt investors. It gives stategies for using the internet to your advantage. It helps readers avoid the pitfalls of too much information. | Read More →Words: 953 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article explains how math axiety keeps investors from getting a handle on their portfolios. It gives concrete steps for getting around their fears. It explains why they need to know what´s going on, even if they hire experts to help. | Read More →Words: 798 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article explains why stock prices sometimes do crazy things. It explains not only ups and downs but why you might suddenly find your ticker symbol missing from the stock tables or find stock in your portfolio you don´t remember buying. It also covers splits and reverse splits. | Read More →Words: 934 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
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