Tag: investment portfolio

Three Recession Proof Income Stocks

| October 18, 2019 | 0 Comments
Three Recession Proof Income Stocks

The prediction drums of the financial news media continue to grow louder with predictions of the next economic recession and a possible stock bear market. This has been going on for over a year, and you are probably starting to wonder if these predictions are accurate and if you should make changes in your investment […]

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Can I Retire At 60 With $500K?

| October 16, 2019 | 0 Comments
Can I Retire At 60 With $500K?

As millions of baby boomers approach retirement with Generation X-ers not far behind, the question of “Can you retire with $500,000?” repeatedly pops up among our readers. Yet, it’s not only those 60-year-olds thinking about retirement, but also, we find middle-aged folks asking if retiring at 55 with 500k is reasonable. This article will delve […]

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How To Buy And Hold Real Estate

| August 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
How To Buy And Hold Real Estate

Profiting from real estate as part of a short-term or a long-term investment strategy (for example, to complement your retirement plan) is a common goal for many investors. The flexibility of real estate investing makes it ideal as a full-time career path, a part-time business, or just as a hobby. Either way, there are some tactics […]

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How To Crash-Proof Your Portfolio Now

| July 31, 2019 | 0 Comments
How To Crash-Proof Your Portfolio Now

The bull market is reaching excessive heights. Protect your wealth by following these six simple steps. The upshot? Stick to value. Headline risk is mounting and yet this decade-long bull market keeps hitting new records. Investors face a day of reckoning; below I show you how to prepare ahead of time. But first, let’s review three impressive feats […]

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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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Few Tips On Investing In Commercial Real Estate

Few Tips On Investing In Commercial Real Estate

Whether you are looking to broaden your investment portfolio or taking the first step into the investment world, add commercial real estate into the mix could be precisely what you need. The right investment into a commercial property could bring in more revenue than you ever expected. But the wrong investment and you are stuck with […]

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Should Retirement Investors Add A Little Gold Just In Case?

| March 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Should Retirement Investors Add A Little Gold Just In Case?

The US Debt Clock tells us our national debt is around $21 trillion. Social Security promises are approaching $17 trillion – included in the “unfunded” government promises – over $112 trillion. Despite government mandated Cost of Living Increases, our recent article, “An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security” clearly indicates Social Security recipients have no inflation protection. Each month, seniors and savers […]

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Goldilocks Investing Is On The Wane

| August 14, 2017 | 0 Comments
Goldilocks Investing Is On The Wane

What to do About the Impending Stock Market Decline We all know the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Once upon a time, a little girl with blonde hair named Goldilocks went for a stroll in the forest. She strolled into an empty house and sampled 3 bowls of porridge. The first bowl was […]

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Is The Recession Now A Depression?

| February 4, 2009 | 0 Comments

You may have noticed something a little different about The Dynamic Wealth Report over the last few issues.  No, the content didn’t change (if anything it got better).  My colleagues, Robert and Corey were kind enough to author the last few issues.  I thought they did a great job… don’t you? While they were working […]

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Should You Be Buying McDonald’s In This Recession?

| January 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

In these tough economic times everyone is cutting back on everything. Dining out is one of the first areas to go.  I should know, I’m cutting back myself. I was looking at my budget last month, and all I can say is the money flowed freely.  Freely from my pocket into the various stores and […]

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