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Green Investing – Part 3: Robert Poe Q&A About This Profitable, Responsible Strategy

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Every investor wants to make money: with green investing you can feel good about it at the same time. One of the most popular investment strategies with our clients at KerNors Capital Group, we’ve also written extensively about it for our website guests in a series of two articles (Green Investing – Part 1: Help The Planet And Help Yourself...Read more »

Mineral Rights – Part 3: Robert Poe Answers Your Questions About This Hot Investing Strategy

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There are few hotter topics in the investment world than mineral rights. At KerNors Capital Group, we’ve been feeding our clients a steady stream of updates on this important investment strategy. And, through two articles, Investing In Mineral Rights – Part 1: Finding Out Who Owns Them and Investing In Mineral Rights – Part 2: They’re Not All The Same,...Read more »

Green Investing – Part 2: Start This Summer With A Resolution To Be Green

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If you’ve been following our postings, you know that green investing is one of the hottest topics in the investment world today. In part 1, we wrote about green projects you might invest in, investment funds that are certified green, and an “individual” approach where you apply a personal set of criteria. We’re all for green investing, but like any...Read more »

Multifamily Trends: Millennials And Hipsters Are Moving The Market

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Prospects for urban multifamily properties are looking great, with the resurgence of downtown areas across the country. The Millennials, a generation of some 85 million representing 30% of the population, are reshaping the housing market by showing a strong preference for city apartment living. America’s Urban Future For nearly a century, America’s suburbs grew faster its cities. No longer are...Read more »

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