Trading Stocks Is Not Gambling
Trading stocks is difficult and we all know there are ups and downs, but it should not be treated as gambling. Gambling is also known as hoping, so if you catch yourself “hoping” that you shares of stock will be worth more tomorrow than they are today then it’s the first sign that you’re gambling instead of trading stocks.The Top 6 Money Management Tips for Young Men: Pt 2
Welcome back guys to the second publishing of the Top 6 Money Management Tips for Young Men. Before I get back to talking money management. Going back to the first publication, we talked about saving, paying on time, and working for the money you have; all very important financial habits. Hopefully you have already planned on ways to implement these tips into your daily life. If you haven’t, no worries, here are 3 more great money habits to develop at a young age.The Top 6 Money Management Tips for Young Men: Pt 1
As you approach adulthood, you’re probably beginning to see that money is important… VERY important. As men, we will be expected to have everything together financially, and provide for ourselves and our eventual families.The Only Thing You Need to Know to Achieve Financial Freedom
In this article I am going to show you the single most important thing you need to know to prosper beyond your wildest dreams. Give me two minutes and I will show you how to achieve financial freedom…How to Use Virtual Money to Earn Real Money!
Yes, you can use virtual money to earn real money. If you don’t believe me I dare you to read this article and prove me wrong!Do You Have the Courage to Seek Financial Freedom Before It’s Too Late?
If you are tired of living an empty life, trapped in a boring, unsatisfactory job. If you believe you deserve more, and better, things this is my advice to you…7 Insightful and Enlightened Quotations on Wealth and Greed
It’s been said many times and in many different ways that man is fickle, hypocritical, and greedy. I’ll leave the fickle and hypocritical for another article, albeit hypocritical is directly tied to greed. This article is about the wisdom passed down throughout the ages regarding man’s greatest past time, the insatiable search for wealth. Although there’s nothing wrong with seeking wealth. It’s a perfectly normal human endeavor that is rooted in man’s need of freedom, safety, and comfort. It becomes greed when it’s taken to extremes. It becomes problematic when enriching yourself is your only motivation, without regards to yourself, others, society, environment, morals, etc. Greed cannot be tempered. It feeds on itself. The more one has, the more one wants.Insurance, a Key Element of Your Financial Strategy
Did you know that in nearly half of Canadian households, the primary wage earner reported that if he or she died, surviving family members would have immediate trouble meeting everyday living expenses or be unable to cover expenses beyond only a few months? That survey finding from LIMRA, an industry association representing life insurance and financial services companies, reflects how millions of Canadians are either uninsured or underinsured, and are overlooking an important aspect of their overall financial situation. Think about what would happen if you unexpectedly passed away today.Why Your Financial Advisor Should Be Your Best Friend
If you think you know your way around the world of finances – even just your personal finance – think again. There is a reason why financial advisers are highly sought these days. Know why you must sit down with this expert soon.Creating Other Sources of Income
For most people, their only source of income is their job. This is a very risky position in which to be, as very few people have real control over their job. Wouldn’t it be better to have income from a number of different sources over which you have some, more or all control?Tax Lien Investing Is Dead and What You Can Do About It
But it doesn’t have to be that way! I can show you the investment strategies that I use, and that I teach my clients.Financial Advisor Compensation and Why Fee-Only Is The Only Way To Go
Financial Advisors can be compensated in many different ways. Through commissions, loads, various sales charges, bonuses, or by a fee based on a percentage of the assets they manage. While your advisor needs to get paid, the way they are paid is extremely important as it can create conflicts of interest between the planner and the client. There is also something called the Fiduciary Standard which you need to know about before selecting a financial advisor. It ensures, by law, that your advisor must act in your best interest. Not all advisors are held to this standard. Read the article to find why Fee-Only really is the only choice when it comes to choosing a financial advisor.A Simple Introduction to Bitcoin
Bitcoin is descriptive of the actual technology in play. These coins represent the currency itself and are the ones transacted. They are sent or received through wallet software running on a PC, a web app or a smartphone. They can be obtained through product and service exchanges, or through mining.Smart Consumer Tips: Shopping for The Best CD Rates
Are you considering investing in a certificate of deposit (CD)? This short list of tips could help you start the process to find the rates and products that best fit your investment needs.The Making of a Millionaire Retiree
One of the saddest plights that the elderly have to face is living a lifestyle that is different from what they are used to. The reason behind this is often – neglect. These people simply neglected to set up their retirement savings. Learn the most logical tips in building your retirement savings while you’re young.