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Investing in growth stocks normally requires a growth premium to be paid.

The growth premium reflects the above average expected growth rates in the company’s earnings. So you better be sure that the company earnings continue to grow over time.

There are a few areas of quantitive analysis to help assess future growth prospects. 

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In “Know of What You Speak”, we saw how you can improve your career success by understanding your business environment and properly using the terminology.

The more you know, the better your chance of success.

But the converse is also true.

For many – especially younger workers – this is a bigger problem. Here is why. 

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Sounding like you are smart, does not mean that you are.

I think this is an underrated problem for many people.

Something that came to mind, yet again, while reading a Seth Godin post

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As discussed in Saskatchewan Economic Success, natural resources are a key driver for the province’s current economic success.

Learning about Saskatchewan’s natural resources is important for many different people and for multiple reasons.

And not just for those living in Saskatchewan. Or only the natural resource sectors. 

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Industry Knowledge for Professionals

On 04/27/2010, in Career, Formal Education, by Jordan Wilson

In Basic Business Skills for Professionals, we looked at why learning basic business skills is important for young professionals. Especially professionals in non-business technical fields (e.g. law, engineering, information technology, etc.).

Business students reading the post probably breathed a sigh of relief. Learning basic business skills in university or college puts them a step up on their professional cousins.  

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