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Investing & The Fed: How Will My Investments Be Impacted?

| July 5, 2019 | 0 Comments
Investing & The Fed: How Will My Investments Be Impacted?

Whispers abound that the Fed intends to lower interest rates. Even a hint of declining interest rates can cause the stock market to rise. Learn about how interest rate movements can impact your investments. Investing is both science and art. One can do everything right and still watch their investments fall. That is because as […]

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Real Estate Investment Basics: 3 Tips For Beginners

Real Estate Investment Basics: 3 Tips For Beginners

Investing in real estate is not something new — in fact, there were around 186,720 real estate and property managers in 2017 alone. If done right, real estate investment can be very rewarding with an additional, steady income. So if this is something you’ve been considering, keep reading for some basic real estate investment tips for beginners. […]

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5 High-Yield Preferred ETFs That Are Soaring

5 High-Yield Preferred ETFs That Are Soaring

These preferred ETFs are different than their older rivals, but still carry big yields Amid a more sanguine outlook for U.S. interest rates and investors’ recent preference for defensive asset classes, some high-yield assets are soaring and receiving renewed attention from investors. That includes preferred stocks and preferred ETFs. The iShares Preferred and Income Securities ETF (NASDAQ:PFF), the largest […]

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PE Ratio: The Best Market Timing Tool Of All?

PE Ratio: The Best Market Timing Tool Of All?

The price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is considered an essential valuation indicator and has been historically associated with “value investing.” Simply put, the PE ratio defines how much an investor is willing to pay for each dollar of net earnings. Formula: PE Ratio P/E Ratio of a Stock = Current Market Price of the stock / Earnings […]

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What Is A REIT And How Can It Make You Money?

What Is A REIT And How Can It Make You Money?

Have you ever been curious about investing in real estate? Or maybe you’re interested in diversifying your portfolio? This is a common curiosity amongst investors. However, traditional real estate is difficult to invest in – and difficult to cash out of once you’re invested. But you don’t have to put up colossal amounts of cash […]

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The Right Way To Invest In Gold

The Right Way To Invest In Gold

Gold investments have gone up in recent years because it is now common knowledge for investors that the economic climate is changing and that the value of currency, shares and even real estate is prone to change and devaluation. Many people find that the safest way to protect the real value of their savings is […]

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Stock Buybacks: Worst Mistake Ever

Stock Buybacks: Worst Mistake Ever

A lot’s driving this bubble we’ve been in since 2009, but good fundamental trends and things like demographics and technology are not among them. The biggest inflator has been the $13 trillion worth of quantitative easing (QE) courtesy of central banks. Thanks to their significant gift to all but retail investors like you and me, […]

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Using Covered Calls To Increase Your Return In Twitter

| February 13, 2019 | 0 Comments
Using Covered Calls To Increase Your Return In Twitter

I’ve just returned from the Orlando MoneyShow and was very impressed at the amount of investors and traders looking to learn more about options strategies. I had the opportunity to deliver two different presentations to the options-oriented folks. One of the topics I spent quite a lot of time on was covered calls. Of course, […]

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The Fed Changed Strategy On Interest Rates – Here’s What It Means

| February 1, 2019 | 0 Comments
The Fed Changed Strategy On Interest Rates – Here’s What It Means

The Federal Reserve just took the monetary policy equivalent of a sharp 90-degree turn. On Jan. 30, the U.S. central bank signaled that it was done raising benchmark interest rates after two years of aggressive rate hikes. As such, the Fed held its target rate steady at a range of 2.25 percent to 2.5 percent. […]

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Surround Yourself With Winners

| January 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
Surround Yourself With Winners

Motivational speaker Jim Rohn has a great quote that’s highly memorable: “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Now, you could quibble with the numbers a little bit. But there’s a simple theme we can take away from this. And we can apply that theme in our investing activities, […]

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