Asset Allocation

How to Buy Low and Sell High; Dollar Cost Averaging Tutorial

How to Buy Low and Sell High; Dollar Cost Averaging Tutorial

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Part 5: Best Investing Method Series-How to Buy Low and Sell High “All of us would be better investors if we just made fewer decisions.” Daniel Kahneman ~brainyquote.com Welcome to Part 5, the final article in the Best Investing Method Series. The goal of this series is to show how to invest – simply. Setting up a lazy portfolio of index funds from diverse asset classes is the closest approach you have to a “sure thing”. Not because you will never lose money, everyone loses money once in awhile, but because you will minimize losses and maximize gains. Learn dollar...

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2018 Money Review – Pot ETFs, Boost Returns (Rebalance), Extra Money, Mark Cuban Tips + More

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Money and Investing Afficionados Like These Articles 2018 Money Review Articles – Part 1 In reviewing our social media channels we came up with a curated list of the most shared content for the last few months. You’ll learn “How to Rebalance Your Investments” for better long term returns. Uncover “How Mark Cuban Invests”. Get ideas to “Make More Money on the Week-ends”. And, find out “The Best Marijuana ETFs for Conservative Investors”.  Start the year off right by getting your finances set for this year and beyond.    How to Rebalance Your Asset Allocation Guide Step-by-step rebalance your...

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Why I Don’t Invest In Individual Stocks Anymore – Here’s a Better Way to Invest

Why I Don’t Invest In Individual Stocks Anymore – Here’s a Better Way to Invest

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I Don’t Invest in Individual Stocks Because I’m Smart and a Lazy Investor According to Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway:   “Most institutional and individual investors will find the best way to own common stock is through an index fund that charges minimal fees. Those following this path are sure to beat the net results [after fees and expenses] delivered by the great majority of investment professionals.” 1996- Shareholder Letter (sourced from IFA.com/quotes/) Over the past several years, I’ve gradually moved my family portfolio and my corporate portfolio away from individual stocks and into index mutual and exchange traded funds...

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8 Steps to Creating a Diversified Asset Classes Investment Portfolio

8 Steps to Creating a Diversified Asset Classes Investment Portfolio

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Step 2: What are the Steps to Creating a Diversified Asset Classes Portfolio? In Part 1: “How to Build an Investment Asset Management Strategy”  you learned the best, research-supported, investing method and why to invest with index funds. Today you will learn the steps to take to create a diversified asset classes portfolio. Future investment articles continue with the how of implementing asset classes investing with index funds.  The great part about structuring a diversified index fund DIY portfoio is that once it’s complete, it requires minimal attention. Annual rebalancing and updating prices, dividends and capital gains and you’re...

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Invest and Beat the Pros – Learn the Simple Steps to Create an Investment Portfolio

Invest and Beat the Pros – Learn the Simple Steps to Create an Investment Portfolio

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# 1 Kindle Best Seller-Invest and Beat the Pros   Perfect Wealth Building Guide with Investing Are you worried about your financial future? Would you like a method to set up your finances for success now, and financial security in the future? Do you fell like you lack time and knowledge to manage your money? Here’s how you’ll benefit and what you’ll learn from this investing blueprint (from back cover): 1. The index fund investing approach that helps you reach your financial goals. 2. Enough investing knowledge to create your own investment strategy and avoid making poor choices. 3....

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How I Learned About the Stock Market – Lessons for Investors

How I Learned About the Stock Market – Lessons for Investors

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How I Became an Avid Stock Market Investor At age 25, finally tasting adulthood, I wanted to get rich, or at least richer than I was. I loved the idea of becoming an adult, having my own apartment, job, money, and best of all, control. As I  began to accumulate a nest egg, from saving and a modest lifestyle (I loved that one room studio apartment!).  I wanted to learn to invest. I had some trepidation about the stock market. In a college stock market course, I learned about the stock market crash of 1929 and it scared me....

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