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The Best Lazy Portfolios for Wealth Building

The best lazy portfolio is the one set up in line with your risk tolerance and rebalance regularly. In investing there’s no one right way to invest or manage your portfolio. In fact there are hundreds of different approaches, and probably more. Consider the active portfolio managers, they all have their own ideas about how to get the highest returns for their particular strategies. Then there are the hedge funds, clamoring for alpha from creative investment strategies. Finally, the market tim…

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Investing for Women-Best Personal Investment Strategy

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…

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15 Accredited Investor Opportunities

The world of investing is already diverse: all you have to do is build a portfolio with a mix of asset classes, and you’re well on your way to meeting your financial goals… right? Maybe not. There are a multitude of new investment opportunities popping up, including many accredited investor opportunities. Find out how to become an accredited investor (or qualified investor) and whether these opportunities might be for you.

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Quicken vs. Empower (Personal Capital) Review: Which Is the Best Money Management Tool?

Quicken vs. Personal Capital: Which One Will Handle Your Money Better? The one thing that every successful person does is properly manage their finances. To help you make the best financial management software choice, read this Quicken vs. Personal Capital review. You’ll get an in depth look at the features of the free Personal Capital financial manager and the paid Quicken program, along with pros and cons of both. Find out which is the best for you.

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Historical Stock and Bond Returns – Predict Future Investment Performance

Historical Stock and Bond Returns-Why You Should Care I’m a bit obsessed with historical stock and bond returns. Since I’m a control freak, and the future is unknowable, knowing historical stock and bond returns gives me an illusion of control. And I’m not alone in my interest in historical stock and bond returns. If you’re wondering why you should care and how these returns might help you, read on. Financial educators frequently use the historical return data to help you figure out what retu…

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