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Why A Roth 401k Plan Makes Sense For You

| September 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
Why A Roth 401k Plan Makes Sense For You

Most everyone knows about a 401k plan. It is a typical benefit employers provide to help their employees save for retirement. While there are many benefits to investing in a 401k plan, there are some drawbacks. As such, a new version of the 401k plan has been growing in popularity. The Roth 401k plan. What […]

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Working Hard Isn’t Enough To Get Ahead

| September 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
Working Hard Isn’t Enough To Get Ahead

If you come from a lower or middle-class background in America, you’ve probably heard someone say that the key to success in life is working hard. That’s not to say that wealthy people don’t want their children to work hard – they just know the formula isn’t that simple. I recently read an excerpt from “The […]

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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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The Best Money Advice I’ve Ever Received

| July 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
The Best Money Advice I’ve Ever Received

Sincerely speaking, what’s the best money advice you’ve ever received? I’m sure you’ve gotten plenty. Everyone has something to say about money these days. Some opinions are insightful, and many others downright ignorant. However, it’s clear that money remains a major topic of discourse, both now and in years to come. Now I’m a product of other […]

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5 Tips For Investing In Your First Commercial Real Estate

5 Tips For Investing In Your First Commercial Real Estate

The opportunity to own property is seen by many as a rite of passage — and it’s even better when it can make you money. That’s where commercial real estate investing often comes in. The U.S. construction market was worth approximately $1,162 billion in 2016, meaning that there’s really no shortage of commercial buildings in which to […]

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Separating Real News From Fake News In The Stock Market

| June 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
Separating Real News From Fake News In The Stock Market

For an investor trying to build wealth, the massive amount of news coming out of the financial media can be contradictory and confusing. Investors sometimes don’t realize that there are two sides to every stock trade. The seller doesn’t want to own the shares for a range or reasons, and the buyer does so with […]

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How To Start Building Wealth When You Don’t Have A Lot Of Money

| May 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
How To Start Building Wealth When You Don’t Have A Lot Of Money

Want to build wealth but don’t really know where to start? If you knew where and how to start, would anything else be holding you back? What about fear or lack of money? For many people who want to build wealth, not having a lot of money upfront is often the biggest obstacle. When you’re […]

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Mutal Funds, ETFs, Closed End Funds–What’s The Difference?

| May 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
Mutal Funds, ETFs, Closed End Funds–What’s The Difference?

One key rule in investing is to not put all your eggs in one basket–or all your money in the stock of one company.  No matter how great the company, no matter how long it has been in existence or how well known it is, it could fail–case in point:  Sears.  While Sears has not […]

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24 Simple Rules Of Personal Finance You Must Follow

| April 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
24 Simple Rules Of Personal Finance You Must Follow

Personal finance. Oh, personal finance. Why aren’t thou known to all? That is the question, isn’t it? There really should be no reason that we have to cross the internet searching for the answers to personal finance because we can’t figure it out. We should receive all the financial education we need on money matters […]

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Looks Just Like The Late Stage Internet Bubble Into 2000

Looks Just Like The Late Stage Internet Bubble Into 2000

Cycles reoccur throughout history, but they more rhyme than duplicate. Each bubble tends to get more extreme than the last one because there’s more wealth to chase it. Wealth is concentrated in the top 1% to 0.1% and grows exponentially (income does not). The greatest bubble of our lifetimes was the tech bubble in the […]

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