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Nails in the Coffin of Your Investment Plan

By on Mar 26, 2015 in Investing | 0 comments

While, I don’t believe money alone can buy happiness, it can certainly enable you to spend time doing things that bring happiness. Money provides options and increased flexibility,  and it is also an important predictor of longevity and quality of life. Given money’s essential role in our lives, it is both necessary and wise to spend time evaluating things that can...

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Outside-the-Box Investing Alternatives

By on Feb 18, 2015 in Investing | 0 comments

If you’re longing for some outside-of-the-box investing options, you might want to read up on the following alternative investing ideas. Often much more exciting than an index fund or the classic mutual fund, alternative investing ideas that are profitable require that the investor to have a serious knowledge of the investment option they’re considering. These five...

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Personal Capital Review: A FREE Tool to Analyze Your Investments

By on Feb 12, 2015 in Investing, Reviews | 4 comments

Personal Capital is company that I had heard of often, but I didn’t know much about.  Any tool created to make one’s financial life easier and more organized is a tool I want to learn about.  The busy schedule I (and most people) keep requires a serious look into any resource created in order that my busy life can be more streamlined and less hectic. It...

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Investing for Beginners

By on Feb 10, 2015 in Investing | 4 comments

If you’re new to investing, you’ll know that it can be scary to think about what might happen if you make the wrong investment choices.  Today we’ll share some tips that will answer those tough questions for those new to investing. Investing for Beginners: Start with Education If you’re a beginner investor, don’t put a dime of your...

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Three Simple Rules for Successful Investing

By on Jan 22, 2015 in Investing | 2 comments

The three most important rules of investing sound oddly similar to the instructions I received from my more seasoned (read: older) family and friends before heading into my first job. While the work environment has changed dramatically over the last decade, and less of my friends than ever are working in a typical 8am to 5pm structured job, the principles still hold...

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Grow Your Dough Throwdown 2.0

By on Jan 19, 2015 in Investing | 0 comments

Investing is an important part of the equation when it comes to achieving financial freedom. Personally, I primarily invest in mutual funds and ETFs, however, I was asked to participate in a challenge that is a little different than what I am used to. It is called the “Grow Your Dough Throwdown” and this is the second year that it has taken place. It is...

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