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Do you have an investing mentor? Someone whose money decisions you trust? Mentors can come in all varieties from someone you know personally to a money advisor you read or listen to online. Not everyone has a mentor, but having one you trust can be beneficial.
Investing Online for Dummies Book Review
Have you wanted to invest online but were unsure where to begin? Perhaps you want to trade individual stocks. Investing Online for Dummies by Mark Krantz is the book to answer your questions.
Investing Red Flags
Life is filled with instances of warnings and red flags. The investment world is the same way. Pay heed to these red flags to protect your money and finances.
Investment Plan Advantages
Do you have an investment plan? Many people approach investing without a plan. This can cause duplication of investments and confusion. Plus, having a plan provides a road map for those inevitable obstacles that occur when investing.
Investments and Tax Season
Tax season is upon us. Earnings from taxable investments need to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. Getting your investment papers gathered and organized is one of the critical first steps.
Is a House an Asset or a Liability?
Owning a home is the great American dream. It is often touted as an ideal way to save for the future and build equity. But as the Great Recession has shown, home ownership has its disadvantages as well. Is a house an asset or liability?
Lack of Diversification a Mistake
Diversification is one of the keys to a good portfolio. Many investors fail to use proper diversification which is a mistake in financial management. Diversifying investments boosts returns and mitigates risk. Are you diversified?
Learn from Investing Mistakes
No one likes to be wrong. No one likes to make a mistake investing and lose money. But it happens. Have you learned from your mistakes?
Lifetime Portfolio Withdrawal Rates
No one wants to run out of money in retirement. Determining the best way to draw down a portfolio for spending is a hotly debated topic. There are many strategies available to consider.
Liquid or Illiquid Assets
One term used in investing is liquidity. Investments are referred to as liquid if they can be easily converted to cash. Do you know which investments are liquid or illiquid?
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