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Gold Prices May Reach $1,500 By This Time Next Year

| June 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
Gold Prices May Reach $1,500 By This Time Next Year

Ever-climbing stock prices have kept a lid on gold prices for most of this year, but that could be about to change. Fund managers from Incrementum believe we have entered the early stages of a new bull market for gold, although they don’t expect an easy path upward. In their annual “In Gold We Trust” report, Ronald-Peter […]

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4 Tips To Help You Start Saving Money

| April 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
4 Tips To Help You Start Saving Money

On the surface, saving money seems like an easy concept. But in practice, it is much harder. Saving money is especially hard for people who don’t have a reliable or stable income. If you haven’t started saving for the goals in your life, these quick tips will help you. Start Tracking Your Expenses The best way […]

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What You Can Do Now To Avoid A Paltry Retirement

| April 5, 2019 | 0 Comments
What You Can Do Now To Avoid A Paltry Retirement

Many Americans will spend their retirement scrimping and sacrificing, according to a recent Wall Street Journal study. Financial security expert Pamela Yellen, a two-time New York Times best-selling author, offers advice on how to avoid a paltry retirement. What You Can Do Now to Avoid a Paltry Retirement According to the study, “a combination of economic and […]

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7 Things To Consider Before Making Your First Real Estate Investment

| November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments
7 Things To Consider Before Making Your First Real Estate Investment

Investing in real estate can be a good strategy, no matter what your end goals are. It could be an outlet to generate revenue through rental properties, an opportunity to cash in on property appreciation in a lucrative area, or just a chance to build equity while paying for your living expenses. That said, real estate never […]

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Investing In Real Estate Abroad – Top Tips For The Beginner

| August 31, 2018 | 0 Comments
Investing In Real Estate Abroad – Top Tips For The Beginner

Real estate has always been a relatively safe bet for investors. Whether as long-term speculation, setting yourself up as a landlord, or simply flipping a property for a fast buck, the domestic housing market is still one of the best ways to build a fortune. However, for investors looking for that little bit extra, and those […]

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5 Tips For Parents To Help Their Kids Get Started With Retirement Planning

| June 15, 2018 | 0 Comments
5 Tips For Parents To Help Their Kids Get Started With Retirement Planning

It’s a whole new world for recent college graduates entering the workforce. Their priorities have changed; now bills, rent, and student loans lead their monthly list. Retirement planning ranks low as a priority for many young people in the early stages of their careers. About two-thirds of Millennials have nothing saved for retirement, according to […]

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What Is Value Investing?

What Is Value Investing?

Value Investing is a stock investing methodology that is practiced by many successful investors and some of the wealthiest people in the world such as Warren Buffett. So what exactly is this value investing that led Warren Buffett to be so rich? In Value Investing, you are essentially buying stocks — which essentially is a part ownership in a business […]

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Reality Check: Optimism Is Sky-High Right Now

| April 6, 2018 | 0 Comments
Reality Check: Optimism Is Sky-High Right Now

February 2, 2018, was a historic day in the markets, for reasons that are still unclear. It was the day that the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 665.75 points. And that was just the start; the bleeding from that Friday carried into the next week, and that’s when things got really ugly. Next Monday, February […]

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The High Cost Of Low-Fee Real Estate

| March 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
The High Cost Of Low-Fee Real Estate

Real estate investment opportunities are frequently marketed to investors by advertising their low-cost fee structure. Phrases such as, ‘fees paid by sponsor,’ ‘sponsor pays all deal related fees,’ or ‘no fees paid by investor’ sound great, but does the sponsor really pay all those fees? Unfortunately, it’s very common for private investment sponsors or platforms […]

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Evaluating Dividend ETFs

| February 16, 2018 | 0 Comments
Evaluating Dividend ETFs

My site is read by readers from all walks of life. We have those with no experience investing, to those who have been through the ups and downs of the past half a century (and even longer). We also have a variety of readers, who are interested in the concept of dividend growth investing, but who […]

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