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5 Inspiring Warren Buffett Investing Quotes

5 Inspiring Warren Buffett Investing Quotes

By in Investing, Mind and Money, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Personal Finance, Stocks, Tips, Wealth | 3 comments

Warren Buffett is considered one of the most successful investors of our time. According to BusinessInsider‘s Andy Kiersz, in “Here’s How Rich You’d Be if You’d Invested $1,000 in Buffett Way Back When”, $1,000 invested in Berkshire Hathaway in 1964, would be worth about $11.6 million today. This information uses the 1964 share price of $19 and the February 27, 2015 closing price of $221,180 for Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A). With the more recent closing share price of $194,620 (September 25, 2015) you’d still be rich. Bonus; What is Multifactor Investing and is it Worth a Try? I don’t...

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How to Become a Millionaire-Investment Advice for 30 Year Olds

How to Become a Millionaire-Investment Advice for 30 Year Olds

By in Asset Allocation, Automatic Saving, Debt, Investing, Money Management, Retirement, Tips | 0 comments

5 Tips to Become a Millionaire “You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don’t do too many things wrong.” ~Warren Buffett (source; BrainyQuote.com) Get the specific, actionable steps to become a millionaire if you are in your 30s. Use this financial advice for 30 somethings as a step-by-step guide for wealth building. If you haven’t started investing for your future, don’t stress, now is the time to start understanding and implementing how to plan for retirement at 30. Investment Strategies for 30-year-olds – Backstory My husband and I started...

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Avoid Being a Victim of Investment Fraud – Inspired by the Wizard of Wall Street

Avoid Being a Victim of Investment Fraud – Inspired by the Wizard of Wall Street

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Don’t be Like Steven Spielberg – Evade Investment Fraud I was both intrigued and sickened while glued to HBO’s Wizard of Lies. This riveting biopic chronicles Bernie Madoff, played by Robert DeNiro, as he crafts the greatest investment fraud of our time. It’s challenging to understand how sophisticated investors along with ordinary folks fell for Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. Find out how to avoid becoming a victim of securities fraud. You’ll discover that only your own knowledge and due diligence can save you from financial advisor malfeasance. Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi Scheme Fooled the Pros As long ago as 1999, an independent...

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Will You Have Enough Money to Retire? FinanSavvy Answers

Will You Have Enough Money to Retire? FinanSavvy Answers

By in Automatic Saving, Budget, Money Management, Personal Finance, Retirement, Sponsored | 2 comments

Get the Answer – At What Age Can I Retire? Are you interested in discovering whether your current lifestyle, savings and spending plans will leave with you enough money today and in retirement? Find out today whether you’ll have enough money to retire. Most of us strive to make better decisions when it comes to money.  “Better” can mean a lot of things. Yet, when it comes down to it, better means acting in a way that balances achieving the long term financial goals you care about the most, against quality of life today, all the while being able to pay...

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Investment Diversification Strategy – How to Figure Out My Risk Tolerance

Investment Diversification Strategy – How to Figure Out My Risk Tolerance

By in Advanced Investing, Asset Allocation, Bond, Investing, Money Management, Stocks | 9 comments

Part 3: What is Risk Tolerance and How to Figure Out my Asset Classes Allocation Today’s article of this multi-part series answers the question, “How to figure out my risk tolerance”.  Part 1: In How to Build an Investment Management Strategy you learned the important research behind investing with a diversified asset classes portfolio. Part 2: Outlined the 8 Steps to Creating a Diversified Asset Classes Portfolio. Today you will learn how to figure out your risk tolerance and begin designing your own asset classes diversification strategy. “There are two kinds of investors, be they large or small: those who don’t...

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Wall Street Kitchen-The Recipe Behind A Housewife’s 1,000% Stock Market Return

Wall Street Kitchen-The Recipe Behind A Housewife’s 1,000% Stock Market Return

By in Guest Post, Investing, Links, Mind and Money, Money Management, Stocks | 0 comments

How One Woman Cracked the Investing Code + Money Links Guest contributor, Victor Chiu New author, Victor Chiu introduces his book, Wall Street Kitchen and shares insights into his Mom’s stock market success.  Hello to all Barbara Friedberg fans! I’m Victor Chiu, author of Wall Street Kitchen – The Recipe Behind a Housewife’s 1000% Stock Return, and I’m super excited to tell you all about it. Wall Street Kitchen is a self-help, based-on-a-true-story-of-my-own-mom book that’s dedicated to the beginner and intermediate investor level audience.  For Mom, the kitchen was not only a place to create great food but also...

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