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Stevenson helps all types of nonprofits and associations achieve greater success: colleges/universities, hospitals and other health-related organizations, schools, museums, Chambers of Commerce, libraries, United Way agencies, youth organizations and more. It publishes six monthly nationally acclaimed newsletters with subscribers throughout the U.S., Canada and other foreign countries. Available digitally and in print, the newsletters are sold on an annual subscription basis and focus on specific aspects of nonprofit and association management. The company also publishes manuals and special reports and offers several online events throughout the year presented by proven experts from the nonprofit community.

Stevenson Headquarter Location

3133 Floyd Blvd

Sioux City, Iowa, 51108,

United States

712-239-3010

Latest Stevenson News

Are you more optimistic when the share market rises? Well, stop it

May 24, 2021

Well, stop it Check yourself before you wreck yourself: Stock expert reckons you should be happy when prices dip. Here’s why. Latest posts by Tony Yoo ( see all ) Image source: Getty Images A prominent stock commentator has warned of complacency setting in among retail investors after the spectacular post- COVID share market recovery. “Watch this tendency because the best returns have been achieved by investors who adopt the opposite approach.” He referred to a former colleague who taught junior fund managers “to become more bullish as the market fell”. “Easy to say and very difficult to do,” said Stevenson. “The growing appetite for risk-taking in obscure and volatile assets like cryptocurrencies suggests people are chasing growth. That’s worrying.” Invest when you don’t want to Buying shares when everyone else is selling is the best way to nab returns. But Stevenson acknowledges this is difficult, even for professionals. “Are you an emotional investor? This is a silly question. Of course you are – you are a human being.” The way to remove the emotion out of buying is to do it “regularly and systematically”, according to Stevenson. “It makes you invest when you don’t want to – invariably the best time to do so.” Have some cash in hand for volatile times Aside from quarantining enough cash for day-to-day living and emergencies, Stevenson encouraged punters to set aside some capital during the good times. This is so you can buy up when bad times hit. “If you were fully invested in March 2020 you would have enjoyed the subsequent recovery – but how much better if you could have added to your investments at bargain basement prices?” Stevenson said. “Having some cash to hand (separate from what you’ve put aside to cover expenses) is essential if you are to benefit from Mr Market’s mood swings.” How much can you stomach a downturn? There are many first-time stock investors who are currently experiencing a downturn in their portfolio for the first time. Stevenson reminded punters accepting the unavoidable share market downs goes hand-in-hand with enjoying the great highs. But everyone has a different tolerance for volatility . “You also need to be realistic about what you can, and cannot, live with,” he said. “How well do you know yourself? Twelve years into a bull market , it is tempting to think that we have a greater tolerance for risk than we actually do. You will find out what your real risk appetite is when your portfolio is worth 30% less than it is today.” Where to invest $1,000 right now When investing expert Scott Phillips has a stock tip, it can pay to listen. After all, the flagship Motley Fool Share Advisor newsletter he has run for more than eight years has provided thousands of paying members with stock picks that have doubled, tripled or even more. * Scott just revealed what he believes are the five best ASX stocks for investors to buy right now. These stocks are trading at dirt-cheap prices and Scott thinks they are great buys right now.

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Stevenson Patents

Stevenson has filed 2 patents.

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Real estate, Real property law, Information technology management, Office suites, Mortgage

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