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In 1982, when Forbes began ranking the richest people in the world, the qualification to be listed was only $75 million.
At that time, there were 13 billionaires on the list.
Today there are over 1,400 billionaires around the world.
From the stock market to businesses to commodities, they are all involved in some form of investing.
Here are some investing lessons we can learn from them…
You know the books that are hard to put down.
I mean…you know you should probably be working on a project or doing some household chores, but…the book is just so good.
And you will just read one more page…okay, maybe one more.
Before you know it, you’ve finished the book…in one sitting.
It’s happened to me. Actually, it happens all the time.
With other books, you will find that once you put it down, it’s hard to pick it back up again.
What makes the difference? What makes a great book…great?
I have written an article explaining stocks before, but a stock is not always an easy concept to understand.
We know that a stock is a share. A share of a company. A public company.
But what does that mean? How are stocks formed? How did stocks originate?
Those are just a few of the questions that this infographic answers…
There is a word.
A word that you have heard me use many times.
A word that has changed spending, saving and investing.
What is the word, you say?
Don’t pretend like you don’t know. The word is…
You have heard the term 401(k) before.
You know it has to do with retirement.
You may even contribute to a 401(k), but do you fully understand it?
It’s simple to understand what it is and how it can help you.
Let me explain…
This is a list of 18 one-sentence tips that will drastically improve your finances. These are quick tips, but they will surely make a huge improvement if you take them to heart.
Remember, just because you have heard some of these before, doesn’t mean you actually absorbed it. Read the list slowly and see if you can implement some of these, especially things that you may have “already heard”.
Hearing alone doesn’t help. It’s about acting and implementation.
Without further ado and in no particular order, here are a total of 18 One-Sentence Tips for your finances…
A DRIP (Dividend Reinvestment Plan) is great for the small investor.
If you personally want to invest, but feel like you don’t have enough money, a DRIP is a great starting place for you.
You don’t need very much money to get started and you don’t have to keep pouring large amounts of money in.
Bitcoin is a new term compared to most other forms of currency.
Bitcoin is now a real and fairly popular currency, so you should probably know a little bit about it.
When you ask Google what Bitcoin is, this is the first thing you will get:
“Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer payment system and digital currency introduced as open source software in 2009 by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto. It is a cryptocurrency, so-called because it uses cryptography to control the creation and transfer of money.”
Basically, a bitcoin is…