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It’s no secret that most people don’t know how to handle money.
Personal finance is one of the primary categories of blogs on the internet today.
That’s because it’s needed. It’s highly needed. And most people don’t even know where to start.
People don’t understand things like the stock market, mutual funds, index funds or compound interest in general. The average person doesn’t keep a budget, and they overspend on a daily basis.
I know you don’t do that, but you may still be wondering why personal finance isn’t taught in schools, and why most people don’t have a clue when it comes to money.
Here’s some insight…
Binary options are a relatively new investment vehicle. After all, retail binary options weren’t even available until pioneers in the industry, like anyoption, started to offer their services back in 2008. While binary options trading is relatively new, it has taken off like a rocket; and for good reason. This new trading vehicle opens the door to several new opportunities while combating some of the biggest issues associated with investing today. Here’s why I choose to invest in binary options and you may want to consider doing the same…
When companies grow into large corporations, people start depending on them. Eventually, many other companies depend on them. If they keep growing, an entire country’s economy could depend on them.
What happens when one of these companies fail? What happens when they file for bankruptcy? Is that even possible or are they actually too big to fail?
It’s easy to see, after the Great Recession of 2007-2009, that no company is too big to fail. Here are some prime examples…
Investing in real estate has never been easier.
That doesn’t mean it costs any less, but the tools you need are out there.
When my wife and I bought our rental, we did all kinds of internet research and we used all the tools we could find to help along the way.
Buying and managing property is a breeze with all the online resources we have today.
Whether you’re looking to buy one rental home or several apartment buildings, here’s how the digital age is changing real estate…
The stock market can be quite overwhelming; whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie investor, there’s a lot of difficulties to navigate.
It’s a complicated market, but if you put together the right strategy, it can make you rich.
Look for stocks you can hold long-term, and consider the advice of top-level investment advisors and analysts.
Each stock listed below has been specifically curated based on its quality and long-term growth potential…
Compound interest. The 8th wonder of the world.
Do you know the power of compound interest in its entirety?
It’s the greatest thing in the world…when it’s working for you.
When it’s working against you, it can be one of the most devastating things in the world. A catastrophe, really.
I’m just going to take a minute or two to show you the amazing power of compound interest. Then I’ll let you decide if you would rather it work for you or against you.
Here it is. Compound interest. The good and the bad…
As a military member myself, I’ll be the first to say that most active duty service members have no idea what they’re doing when it comes to their finances.
It’s true that most people in general don’t have a clue, but it almost seems worse in the military.
That being said, when I do meet someone in the military who shares my love of finances, it’s an automatic friendship.
Enter my friend Eric. A retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and now a financial advisor for First Command.
With 20+ years in the service, Eric knows a thing or two about the military and he also knows about money. That’s a rare combination, which is what makes him so interesting.
Here’s what a retired Colonel taught me about money…