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Investing Wisdom for Today’s Market + Links

Investing Wisdom for Today’s Market + Links

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US News and World Report and InvestorPlace Investing Highlights + Curated Investing Reads I write for US News and World Report and InvestorPlace (and more) about various investing topics. These articles are cutting edge with actionable investment ideas for today. Although I can’t republish the entire articles on this website (that’s a big taboo) I can give you a taste of the article and you can click through to read more.   Enjoy my latest writings about emerging markets, retirement withdrawals, investing mistakes to avoid and the best robo-advisors for sophisticated investors. Bonus; 6 Retirement Planning Tips for 50...

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Mutual Funds vs Exchange Traded Funds – Which One’s For You?

Mutual Funds vs Exchange Traded Funds – Which One’s For You?

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The Definitive Guide to Mutual Funds vs. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) By, Soumyadipta Basu Investors, you hear the terms mutual funds and exchange traded funds bandied about, but what do they mean, and what are their similarities and differences? Before comparing the two different kinds of funds lets first understand the fundamentals of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds and then you can figure out which one (or both) are best for you. Exchange Traded Funds vs. Mutual Funds Features Exchange-traded Funds Mutual Funds Trading ETFs are like stocks, they are actively traded and continuously priced throughout the trading day. Investors can...

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Real Estate vs Stock Market – Which is the Best Investment?

Real Estate vs Stock Market – Which is the Best Investment?

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Should I Invest in Real Estate or the Stock Market? By, Soumyadipta Basu Once you are on track with your primary financial goals such as retirement contributions and being debt free, (except for your home mortgage) it’s time to embark on your next journey in the world of personal finance. Next, it’s time to think about about growing your wealth. While there are a few options of doing so, investing in real estate vs stock markets are the both popular and offer high rates of return. Bonus; 6 Retirement Planning Tips for 50 Year Olds For an investor, trying to...

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4 Memorial Day Tips to Make More Money

4 Memorial Day Tips to Make More Money

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Memorial Day is a wonderful time to honor those who served our country. It’s also a time to take a break from work. First, honor the veterans. Next, enjoy your time off. But don’t forget to spend a few hours on your financial future and make money over Memorial Day. It’s tough to find time make more money while handling the gritty business of work, raising the kids and keeping up with the house. But Memorial Day is a perfect time to set aside a couple of hours to increase your income for now and for the future. 4...

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Should I Invest In An IPO?

Should I Invest In An IPO?

By in Advanced Investing, Investing, Stocks | 0 comments

Just Because You Can Invest in an IPO, Doesn’t Mean That You Should Sometimes it feels like the best time to invest in stocks is 50 years ago—not an encouraging thought for someone looking to get started investing in 2018! Since it seems like everything good is already too expensive to start investing in, you might wonder if you should invest in an IPO. An IPO, or an Initial Public Offering, is when a company first makes its stocks publicly available for purchase. This typically happens when the company is young and hip and has potential for some serious...

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Best Asset Allocation Based On Age & Risk Tolerance

Best Asset Allocation Based On Age & Risk Tolerance

By in Advanced Investing, Asset Allocation, Investing, Reader Question | 14 comments

How To Figure Out the Best Asset Allocation For You Graham from Moneystepper asks; What metric (rule of thumb) would you recommend for asset allocation based on age and risk appetite? Choosing your best asset allocation is not as simple as it might seem. Let’s attack it from several investment angles and throw in a bit of research as well. What Is Asset Allocation?   The asset allocation decision divides total investable funds by percent into specific investment categories. An asset allocation represents the investor’s choice of broad asset classes and the percentages distributed across the categories. The two most...

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