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Gold Prices In 2021

| April 15, 2021
Gold Prices In 2021

Gold has traditionally been considered a “safe haven”. During periods of market turbulence, the precious metal usually reacts weakly to negative sentiment. Moreover, because of its reputation as a protective asset, demand for it rises during such periods, which can stimulate price growth. Coronavirus was a strong factor that triggered volatility in global markets in […]

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Your Dividend Life Raft For Unsettled Markets

| March 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
Your Dividend Life Raft For Unsettled Markets

The first two months of 2021 were marked by heightened stock market volatility. I am sure you watched the GameStop stock price game, where billions were made and then lost. Shares of high-flying Tesla (TSLA) have lost 20% in a few short weeks. For investors who bought at $900, looking at a $700 share price illustrates the […]

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8 Sleeper Stocks That Could Take Off Soon

| February 23, 2021 | 0 Comments
8 Sleeper Stocks That Could Take Off Soon

While they’re hard to find today, there are still under-the-radar plays to advantage Sleeper stocks. If you’re thinking about them just now, you might be soon led to believe that you’re smelly stuff out of luck. Despite some disappointing economic figures and the monstrosity of our fiscal challenges, the major indices continue to soar. As […]

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What You Need To Know Before Making Investments Under A Post-Trump Economy

| December 15, 2020
What You Need To Know Before Making Investments Under A Post-Trump Economy

President Trump is yet to concede his presidency following the election results of 2020. His team of legal experts is still frantically disputing the validity of the election results in court. That said, recent events suggest that it’s only a matter of time (Nevada Supreme Court Reject Trump’s Election Lawsuit). Of course, while some are […]

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A Convenient Way To Avoid Paying Taxes On Reinvested Dividends

| October 29, 2020 | 0 Comments
A Convenient Way To Avoid Paying Taxes On Reinvested Dividends

If you live in a state with a high income tax rate, the extra taxes need to be considered. One of the reasons I chose to live in Nevada when returning from South America – besides the beautiful outdoors – is no state income taxes. The area in which I live is booming as Californians […]

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Revealed: How Stock Splits Help Options Traders

| August 20, 2020 | 0 Comments
Revealed: How Stock Splits Help Options Traders

Stock splits re-entered the trading lexicon and grabbed the headlines when “Apple (AAPL),” and then “Tesla (TSLA),” announced they would be conducting a 4-for-1 and 5-for-1 stock split, respectively. Following the announcements, shares of each are up 18% for AAPL, and TSLA has zoomed up 40% in just six days. You couldn’t ask for two better […]

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Retirement For Beginners: The Roth IRA Explained

| July 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Retirement For Beginners: The Roth IRA Explained

Roth IRAs offer tax-free growth on your retirement investments and significant tax benefits. If you are thinking about contributing to a Roth IRA, here is what you need to know. Before We Look at the Roth IRA, Understand a Traditional IRA. A Traditional IRA is a tax-deferred retirement savings account because any income tax or […]

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How To Invest In CEFs (For 8% Dividends, 20%+ Upside)

| July 7, 2020 | 0 Comments
How To Invest In CEFs (For 8% Dividends, 20%+ Upside)

Let’s be honest: there are a ton of ways to collect passive income out there. But there’s only one that’s easy to get into (no matter how much money you have!), generates yearly cash payouts of 8% or more and is used by billionaire investment gurus on the regular. I’m talking about an often-overlooked investment called a closed end fund […]

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3 Penny Stocks That Are Poised For Big Gains

3 Penny Stocks That Are Poised For Big Gains

Each of these penny stocks holds significant long-term promise and some undeniable risk too Seasoned investors know that some of the greatest stocks of today started out small, as penny stocks under $5. For example, in July 2015, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) was below $2. Now it is well over $50. Proactive management and the right growth […]

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7 Simple Personal Finance Principles

| June 4, 2020 | 0 Comments
7 Simple Personal Finance Principles

I like the number seven. Ten seems like a lot of rules principles, and five may not seem like enough. Maybe I’m a bit bias because my birthday is on the seventh day of November. 🙂 I never thought I would write one of those articles about the number of ways to do this or […]

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