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Elvira Veksler

Content Writer

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Elvira is a content writer with a demonstrated history in the journalism and marketing industries. She writes about topics such as finance/economics, technology, legal issues, small business, and psychology. She has worked with/ works with brands like Forbes, Financial Times Group, American Lawyer Media, and the founder of Hot Jobs/Ladders. She attended New York University, where she majored in journalism and economics.

Increasing Your Productivity: Finishing What You Started

Productivity is kind of a big deal. Without it, we get nowhere fast. The reasons for not beginning a task tend to be forceful and endless: there's no time, it's not the right time, I haven't been keeping track of the time, etc.

Not Sexy, But Investors Should Consider The Simplicity Of Self-Storage

Recently, the boring world of self-storage somehow became one of the most sought-after ways to invest in real estate. It doesn't sound sexy, but, like anything with a good return, it actually is. In days past, it used to be that those looking to invest in real estate were mostly interested in apartment property, real estate investment's "gold standard."

Modern Mobility Aids Unveils New Business Model: Investments in Cryptocurrency, Gaming, and E-Wallet

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / October 18, 2017 / Modern Mobility Aids, Inc. (OTC PINK: MDRM), the Nevada-based biotech company, CEO Tito DiMarco announced today a plan to refocus its business to cryptocurrency. The Board recently appointed DiMarco as its interim CEO. DiMarco will use acquisitions of several technologies to transition Modern Mobility Aids to a cryptocurrency business.

Seeking Alpha
DAVOS Is Not A Place, DAVOS Is Predictability

"DAVOS is a Jim Cramer-like acronym I invented; I believe that DAVOS REITs will collectively outperform over the next 1-3- and 5 years given their dividend growth profile."

Shaker Heights Finance Director Takes Position in Solon City Hall

Shaker Heights finance director, Matt Rubino, confirmed Friday that he will be moving to the Solon City Hall in months. "This was another opportunity to further my personal career. I really enjoyed working for Shaker Heights, but this was an opportunity I wanted to move into," Rubino told Patch.

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