Personal Finance

Personal Finance Lessons – Part 2

Personal Finance Lessons – Part 2

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Personal Finance Luminary Interview-Rob Pivnick (part 2) Welcome to Part 2 of Personal Finance Lessons from Rob Pivnick. Make sure to read Personal Finance Lessons – Part 1. This part of the interview gets into the topics of how couples handle money and investing. Want to become inspired to improve your money life? Read about influencers who are changing the...

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Personal Finance Lessons – Part 1

Personal Finance Lessons – Part 1

By in Money Management, Personal Finance, Personal Finance Luminaries | 6 comments

Personal Finance Luminary Interview-Rob Pivnick (part 1) Want to become inspired to improve your money life? Read about influencers who are changing the financial literacy and education landscape.  Personal Finance Luminaries is a series highlighting individuals in the money education and information sphere who work to improve the financial lives of individuals in...

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20 Ways the Investing Industry is Trying to Scr*w You

20 Ways the Investing Industry is Trying to Scr*w You

By in Investing, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Personal Finance | 8 comments

Is the Investing Industry Trying to Scr*w You? Once in the dear dead days beyond recall, an out-of-town visitor was being shown the wonders of the New York financial district. When the party arrived at the Battery, one of his guides indicated some handsome ships riding at anchor. He said,“Look, those are the bankers’ and brokers’ yachts.”“Where are the customers’...

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Little Known Investing Secrets; How to Buy Low (Always)

Little Known Investing Secrets; How to Buy Low (Always)

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What is Dollar Cost Averaging? “Investing in an index fund is a form of passive investing. The primary advantage to such a strategy is the lower management expense ratio on an index fund. Also, a majority of mutual funds fail to beat broad indexes, such as the S&P 500.” Definition of an Index Fund by Investopedia   Think of a mutual fund like a basket which...

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Use Cash Flow Principals – Gain Financial Independence

Use Cash Flow Principals – Gain Financial Independence

By in Advanced Investing, Credit, Debt, Guest Post, Money Management, Personal Finance, Real Estate | 0 comments

Understand Household Cash Flow to Build Wealth? Guest contributor; Stanley A. Riggs, MD Are you ready to start building wealth, rather than just making a living? Consider what you’re doing with your cash flow. Building wealth and achieving financial independence is like losing weight or quitting smoking. It is simple, but not easy. By understanding what to do...

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