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Top 12 Investing Quotes

Top 12 Investing Quotes

By in Links, Personal Finance, Tips, Wealth | 2 comments

Best Investing Quotes and Investing & Money Links  Have you ever been inspired by a quote? A quote may validate what you already know or a quote may give you an alternative way to look at life. There’s a reason why twitter and pinterest are filled with quotes. Quotes can inspire, connect, and educate us. These top 12 Investing Quotes don’t...

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Help, I Have No Money; Cash Management for New College Grads

Help, I Have No Money; Cash Management for New College Grads

By in Debt, Money Management, Personal Finance, Saving | 21 comments

“Aura would like you to know she is having a very hard time.” Tiny Furniture the movie.  Life is particularly challenging for new college graduates. Take a few positive steps and you can make it better. By practicing how to live within your income from the beginning of your working life, you increase your chances for financial success and wealth. The...

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Finovate-Finance and Technology Intersect & Should You Care?

By in Economics, Money Management, Personal Finance | 2 comments

Finovate Personal Finance Apps I had lunch at Finovate today with a Vice President from Bank of the West and the future of banking topic came up…. again and again. We are attending a cutting edge conference with a steep entry fee ($1,200). So, no wannabes need apply. These presenters are in it to change the financial landscape using technology. The format of...

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Finovate-Finance and Technology Intersect & Should You Care?

By in Economics, Money Management, Personal Finance | 4 comments

Finovate Personal Finance Apps I had lunch at Finovate today with a Vice President from Bank of the West and the future of banking topic came up…. again and again. We are attending a cutting edge conference with a steep entry fee ($1,200). So, no wannabes need apply. These presenters are in it to change the financial landscape using technology. The format of...

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What Happens When Fed Exits From Stimulus?

By in Economics, Investing, Money Management, Personal Finance, Stocks | 21 comments

Is Stock Market Going to Crash? Investors in the stock market have benefited from the recent Federal Reserve Bank’s low interest rate monetary policy. The years of quantitative easing were the Federal Reserve Bank’s efforts to stimulate the economy, encourage banks to lend, consumers to borrow, and employers to grow their businesses. The goal was for...

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