Articles about saving
United States Savings Bonds have been around for decades and continue to provide a secure investment options for both the private investor and public entities. Investing in savings bonds is a great way to diversify your investment portfolio and to protect your assets.
Many people who are new to investing are excited about the prospect of using the money their capital can earn in order to grow wealthy. Each individual's goals are personal and there are an infinite amount of reasons why someone may want to learn to invest. They may want to buy a bigger house, a nice car, or to have a well funded retirement just to name a few of the most common goals. However, the financial world is full of options that can be bewildering to the beginner and confusing even to the "experts." Fortunately, there is one step that anyone can take that will be the best financial move for a novice investor in the majority of cases. That move is to open an ROTH Individual Retirement Arrangement otherwise known as a ROTH IRA.
During times of economic uncertainty investors invariably turn to gold to help protect their assets. But how safe is investing in gold? Promoters of precious metals tout it as a hedge against inflation and global currency debasement. They almost always promote the history of gold as a medium of exchange and often claim that gold will never be worthless. While there is a grain of truth in each claim, what they fail to mention are the risks inherent to investing in gold
Debt is a problem that many people face. We live in a society that revolves around easy credit and conspicuous consumption. We are expected to have debt and few people are ever taught as children the dangers of borrowing too much. Many people today find themselves so deep in debt that they feel they may never get out. Getting out of debt may seem impossible in some situations but for many people the problem is compounded by continuously committing the following 7 mistakes. Avoid them and you will be well on your way to solving your debt
Every year as winter approaches some things tend to slow down. If you've got an outdoor or seasonal job hours may be hard to come by. Even if your hours are still the same, you might find it harder to get outside and do something productive. Just like the seasons of spring, summer, and fall, winter has its own unique opportunities for the entrepreneur to earn some money.
This article covers the difference between commodities and stocks as investment options. In this article, we'll go over the differences and similarities between the two forms of investments and how they relate to the individual investor and personal finance.
When purchasing stocks for your portfolio, one of the most important attributes to take into consideration is whether the asset is a dividend stock or a growth stock. Not only can the decision be important in regards to the amount of money you make on your investment, but it is usually best made while considering the goals of your portfolio. Each individual's financial goals are important and knowing how and why to differentiate between these two classes of stock is an important step in making sure that your investments are serving you well.