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by sigma_s
4 years ago
Wealth Management Pitfalls For High Net Worth Individuals

Affluent investors often suffer Wealth Management pitfalls that are distinctive to their higher financial status. These challenges do not get addressed in the general financial advice. Although, these High Net-Worth Individuals (HNWI) can use the fundamental rules of investing, but they should keep in mind the nuances which are typical of considerable wealth.

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by hford
4 years ago
Is Your Home Ready For The Vacation Rental Market ?

Credit: Molly Ford For many, a second home is a peaceful retreat to escape to on occasion. An oasis of calm. It can also turn into a drain on your finances. With an extra home comes extra bills, extra maintenance costs, etc. Many homeowners consider renting out their second...

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by MoneyMan
4 years ago
How to Start Investing in the Stock Market - for Canadians

Introduction Even a small portion of your income saved on a regular basis can build significant wealth over the years if invested wisely. With interest rates near historic lows many Canadians are looking to the stock markets to boost their investment returns. There are numerous blogs and articles...

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by Rick Ryan
5 years ago
Investing in Your First Income Producing Property

Billions of dollars can be made in real estate investment every year, just ask Donald Trump. The question is, where do you begin? If you have ever seen real estate investing ads on the internet or watched infomercials on television, you may have noticed there are a variety of ways to invest in property. It can be overwhelming trying to decide which method is the correct avenue for you. There is also a lot of mistakes made in purchasing your first income-producing property but by following simple rules you can dramatically increase your chances of success.

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by Marcelo Luciano
5 years ago
Increase Your Profit Potential With Option Greeks

At first glance, trading stock options may seem straightforward if you have a general understanding of trading stocks. Unfortunately, stock options is very deceptive and traders could easily fall into the trap of buying options without understanding the factors that affect their price. Rookie investors can make the mistake of...

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by Robby Wells
5 years ago
Get Rid of Your Timeshare

A timeshare at one point in your life was a worthwhile purchase. What if you don't want it anymore? I'm going to show you some options to get you started.

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by Caledor
5 years ago
Book Review: Moneysense Guide to the Perfect Portfolio

A lot of people looking to invest on their own are often scared off by all the financial jargons and the wild market swings. They believe that they are not cut out to invest on their own or investing is so complicated that it is better off left for the experts. Well, Investing is actually not rocket science and this book shows you how to do it painlessly. I, myself, have read the book and applied it for my own investments, and so far, I have been making a decent returns (been using it for three years now). This article is my review of the Moneysense: Guide to The Perfect Portfolio

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by Bo Alexander
5 years ago
How to Relate to the Current Oil Prices

The oil price decrease depends on a variety of factors. A sharply rising dollar along with an economic downturn in Europe and China have contributed. USA has also taken a clear stance towards becoming independent of oil imports, which has led to a lot of investment to increase domestic energy production, including shale gas. At the November meeting, OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), also decided not to defend oil prices and lower production in order not to lose market share, which further fueled the price collapse.

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by WJHunter
5 years ago
Why Most Bond Funds are Riskier Than You Think

This article describes how bond mutual funds, especially long term bond mutual funds, might be much riskier than you think. In a rising interest rate environment, these investments could be ticking time bombs in your retirement portfolio. It suggest other investments as better alternatives.

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by egdcltd
5 years ago
Building Wealth with Your Own Insurance "Float"

Use the money you would normally spend on warranties and insurance to build your wealth, and still be able to get things fixed when they break.

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by WJHunter
5 years ago
What is Trend Following Trading?

This article describes the advantages of trend following trading as an investment strategy and why you, as an individual investor, might want to consider it.

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by Wild Ginger
5 years ago
Buying a Home in New Zealand: The First 3 Steps

After saving up your 20% home loan deposit and before searching for your new home, here are the first 3 steps to take to make a confident purchase.

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by WJHunter
5 years ago
Can you Make a Living Day Trading?

This article describes what you need to think about before you quit your day job to trade stocks for a living. Day trading is difficult and requires a unique set of skills. This article describes the skills you need to be successful.

Business & Money
by acekidd89
5 years ago
Stock Investment Basics

Inflation devalues our money everyday. One way to counter inflation is to invest in the stock market. However, investing without knowledge is no different from gambling. In this article, we will go through some of the basic concept of the stock market.

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by Mtownislost
5 years ago
It's Not Too Late To Start Investing

Starting to invest in your 30's does not mean that it is too late to jump in. A lot of the time it just takes that long for us to mature. The only two mistakes we risk making is not investing at all and investing too risky. This article serves the purpose of explaining the benefits of investing early and exploiting some of the author's mistakes.

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by Wild Ginger
5 years ago
Buying Your Dream Home Can Improve Your Health

With a few simple lifestyle changes, you can be saving your way to buying your dream home AND becoming healthier. See how!

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by FromMeToYou
5 years ago
Real Estate Investing Takes Much Less Money than You Thought

Did you know you probably have enough money to invest in real estate today? You might be thinking, "Hold on! I don't have $100,000 to buy a home as a real estate investment." Keep reading, I don't have the much money either, but I still bought my first investment property at the age of 19.

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by Caledor
6 years ago
3 Signs It May Be Time To Sell Your Stocks

I find that it is much easier for investors to buy stocks then it is for them to sell. I say this because I have seen investors who hold onto the stock all the way to bankruptcy, or when the stock has made a sizeable gain and the investor still refuses to sell. Some of the thought process that goes on are: They believe the stock still has more room to go up in price so they patiently wait for it to increase further, only to miss out when the stock was at its peak. The stock has dropped and the investor believes that the stock has bottomed out, and it will go up in time, so they continue to hold The stock has dropped so much that by this point, selling it would cause a big loss, so they hold onto the stock in the hopes that one day it could go back up again

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by Joey Batz
6 years ago
Dividend Growth Investing Part 2: How to Pick Dividend Stocks

Last time we spoke about dividend growth investing, I said I would show you how to pick dividend stocks. Well I'm here to show you exactly how I do it. In this article, we will take a stock an analyze it together.

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by Joey Batz
6 years ago
Dividend Growth Investing: The Path to Financial Freedom

If there is a place where people are afraid to put their money, it's the stock market. The daily ups and downs scare away people who are afraid of losing it all. But perhaps everybody is doing it wrong. With a strategy of dividend growth investing, the stock market might be an even safer place for your money than the bank!

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