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5 Basic Tips For Real Estate Investment

5 Basic Tips For Real Estate Investment

With market prices on the rise, real estate can be a gold mine for investment. Another perk to property investment is that anyone interested in real estate can learn how to become successful in the field. All it takes is the right guidance, purchase and management. Follow these five basic tips for the best way to make […]

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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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Invest On Behalf Of Your Kids Now

| October 17, 2018 | 1 Comment
Invest On Behalf Of Your Kids Now

As parents, we want to be able to provide for our kids. Part of providing is to make smart financial decisions that can help them in the future. One way to do this is to take their money out of a savings account that’s earning a measly 1% of interest and instead investing it into […]

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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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America’s Fake Economy And Shale Oil Boom

| September 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
America’s Fake Economy And Shale Oil Boom

PARIS – We promised to end the week with a bang! You’ll recall that Fed policy always consists of the same three mistakes… 1) Keeping interest rates too low for too long, resulting in too much debt; 2) Raising interest rates to try to gently deflate the debt bubble; and 3) Cutting rates in a […]

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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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The Reality Of 401k Loans

| April 11, 2018 | 0 Comments
The Reality Of 401k Loans

“Every time you borrow money, you’re robbing your future self.” -Nathan W. Morris Saving for retirement is certainly one of the best financial decisions you can make in order to help your future self. Not only will it allow you to maintain an income after you stop working, but it will also allow your money […]

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End Of Year Money Moves

| December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
End Of Year Money Moves

Now’s the time to be anticipating money moves for next year.  To avoid losing valuable compounding time or growth, you want to be able to pull the trigger on January 1st.  Check into what your accounts and plans offer and ask questions in advance. With year-end bonuses and raises coming up, certain accounts require tweaking.  […]

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Three Dividend Paying Stocks To Buy Now

| June 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Last week I talked about the reasons behind this year’s stock market summer swoon.  The article, Summer Swoon Equals Buying Opportunity, explains investors are selling stocks after several recent negative economic reports.  They’re worried the data suggest the US economy is slipping back into recession. However, I also told you I think investors are overreacting […]

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What The Heck Happened Yesterday?

| May 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

History was made yesterday… and not in a good way.  All eyes were on Greece.  The riots were front and center… the markets were drifting lower… then the firestorm hit. Within 20 minutes, the markets had plummeted more than 700 points.  The entire office was just glaring wide-eyed at the TV.  The markets were in […]

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