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Is There Anywhere to Invest Today? Find Bargains in an Overvalued Market

Is There Anywhere to Invest Today? Find Bargains in an Overvalued Market

By in Investing, Links, Money Management, Stocks | 0 comments

Where to Invest in an Overvalued Market? The market crashed almost ten years ago and has been rising ever since. This is awesome if you’ve participated in the climb.  But, there’s a problem, with assets climbing for 10 years, it’s tough to find decent and well valued investments. Enjoy a few of my recent articles on InvestorPlace and U.S. News and World Report about finding gems in an overvalued market as well as tips about how to value the markets.  Get investment ideas in my recent article from InvestorPlace. 5 Places to Invest in a Frothy Market These 5...

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Is Holding a Garage Sale Worth It?

Is Holding a Garage Sale Worth It?

By in Economics, Make Money, Saving | 38 comments

Is a Garage Sale a Good Way to Make Money? If you’ve ever wondered whether holding a garage sale is worth it or not, you must read this article. I wrote this article several years ago, and readers loved it! So, I’ve updated it for your money-making pleasure. Initially, I  was afraid to hold a garage sale, as I worried it was too much work. Yet, before a move from Ohio to Pennsylvania I decided to find out for myself the answer to the question, “Is Holding a Garage Sale Worth It?” Have you ever participated in a garage...

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5 Biggest Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

5 Biggest Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

By in Guest Post, Retirement, Saving | 0 comments

5 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid for a Glorious Future By, Douglas Keller Often, people imagine their golden years to be among the most relaxing and enjoyable of their lives, with exciting getaways abroad and peaceful sunsets out on the porch. And while these are wonderful dreams to have, far too often people make retirement mistakes that cost them the freedom that they spent a lifetime working towards. One positive thing that comes from these blunders is that it gives those preparing for retirement the opportunity to learn from others. All too often, the same mistakes are made, but that...

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Investing for Women – The Best Personal Investment Strategy

Investing for Women – The Best Personal Investment Strategy

By in Investing, Mutual Funds, Retirement, Saving | 22 comments

Invest Like a Woman and Become a Millionaire by Investing With my experience as a multi-decade investor, former professional portfolio manager and university investments instructor, I will reveal easy to implement strategies to build wealth for women (and men too). Research by Prudential found that women worry more about risk than men. I get it, despite investing for decades, I’m scared of risk too. Women report that they lack confidence in finances too. Even though in multiple studies, women are more successful investors than men. Women, investing is so simple, once you learn the basics, you’ll wonder why you...

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Cheap 4th of July Fun-7 Great Ideas

Cheap 4th of July Fun-7 Great Ideas

By in Guest Post, Personal Finance, Saving, Tips | 0 comments

7 Ways to Enjoy the Fourth of July + Maybe Build Wealth By contributing columnist,  Alexandra Deluise The Fourth of July is one of the highlights of summer for me. The holiday almost always includes a cookout, fireworks, and time spent with family around a campfire with marshmallows. This year, July 4th is on a Wednesday. You might even take off Thursday and Friday for time to recharge, relax and have some fun. This means five full days of potential festivities and cheap 4th of July fun! However, getting crazy on this patriotic holiday can cost a lot if...

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