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Increase Export Sales: Partnership with WebPort Global

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Aug 27, 2016 2:22:16 PM

In our quest to make trade easier, we are proud to announce a partnership with WebPort Global.  They have created an exclusive community of businesses that trade globally.  Our partnership allows us give free memberships to customers.  Interested in learning more?  

Free Membership

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Topics: Exports, import

MIN Foodie #11 Recap

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Aug 14, 2016 7:45:00 PM

Mass Innvoation Nights MIN Foodie #11 was fun and successful event.  Presented at ONCE louge and ballroom in Somerville, I met a number of interesting companies that deserve your business.  ONCE is great venue, very divey, and I intend to be back to watch some live music.

3 Teams to Support

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Topics: events

Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP): US Adds 255,000 jobs in July

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Aug 5, 2016 8:59:58 AM

The US job market improved as the Nonfarm Payrolls report (NFP) released this morning by the Labor Department showed an increase of 255,000 jobs.  There was concern as just two months ago the job growth was only 38,000, much lower than the growth of new workers.  With two solid months in a row, most people now consider that reading a fluke.

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Topics: Data

PeopleHedge Presenting on Foreign Exchange at Grow Global Event in Baltimore

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Jul 8, 2016 4:01:29 PM

We are honored to present at the American Express Grow Global event in Baltimore on Tuesday, July 12th.  I will be giving a talk on how foreign exchange and hedging works in the session titled: “Getting Paid: A Primer on Foreign Exchange, Payment Methods and Protecting Yourself”.  It is free to attend, please stop by if you are in town, especially if you are an exporter.

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Topics: Exports, foreign exchange, hedge

Brexit: UK Commits Self-Immolation in Name of Sovereignty 

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Jun 27, 2016 8:42:06 AM

With the shocking Brexit vote to leave the EU, markets are racked by the uncertainty.  Expect a lot of volatility until the mechanics are worked out, which can take months.  If you have payables / receivables, it might be a good time to use forwards to lock-in future profits.   There are a lot moving pieces, but it universally looks bad for the UK.

Self-inflicted pain: $2 trillion lost in market sell off on Friday 

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Topics: Exports, Imports, brexit

Hurricane Brexit Makes Landfall on 6/23

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Jun 20, 2016 8:44:38 AM

A financial hurricane is approaching the coast of England.  "Brexit" is the slang term for the referendum in the United Kingdom to stay in or leave the European Union.  The vote is on Thursday, 6/23 and if they vote to leave, there will be large ramifications for financial markets.  If you trade in British pounds or Euros, you probably want to hedge against a steep fall.  

Will they vote to leave on 6/23?

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Topics: Exports, foreign exchange, Forward Contracts, Imports

Highlights from Mass Innovation Nights #87 (MIN87)

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Jun 10, 2016 4:23:10 PM

     We went to Mass Innovation Nights #87 at Bullhorn, here is a quick review of some teams.

Great time at #MIN87 at Bullhorn

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Topics: events

NFP Jobs Report Disappoints: Expect Market Chop

Posted by Damon Magnuski on Jun 3, 2016 4:45:43 PM

     Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP) was reported at 38,000 versus an expected 158,000.  Needless to say, a big deviation from the norm causes market turbulance.  Expect the value of dollars to drop as the market changes expectations of an interest rate increase in June.  The bigger problem is the "Brexit" vote on the 23rd of June.  Expect more on that next week.  

Coming to a town near you?

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Topics: Data

Reason to Fire your "Too Big To Fail" Bank #312

Posted by Damon Magnuski on May 27, 2016 9:56:40 AM

     On Wednesday, Citibank agreed to pay $425 million to settle civil charges that it was rigging interest rate and foreign exchange markets.  They are not only over charging you for loans and foreign exchange, they frauduantly set the benchmark so it looks like you are getting a fair rate.  Fire your "too big to fail" bank today!  Use a local credit union or community bank to get all of the same services, help your local economy, and not have to worry about bailing them out.  

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Topics: Banks

Highlights from Mass Innovation Nights #86 (MIN86)

Posted by Damon Magnuski on May 20, 2016 3:11:17 PM

     Having gone through the process, we realize that it is important to help fellow Mass Innovation Nights participants.  In an effort to pay it forward, we will review the teams we met at the 86th event.

Great time at #MIN86 at Google

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Topics: events