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  • August 17, 2020

Can You Invest Passively in Real Estate?

When it comes to investments, few people think about passive investments because you generally want to have control over where your investment is going. For instance, first-time property investors need to take lots of different factors into consideration including location, furnishing, local market conditions and hiring property managers.
  • May 14, 2020

6 Alternative Investment Options You May Not Have Considered

If you have a healthy savings account and you are looking for ways to invest for your future, you are probably trying to decide between stocks, bonds or real estate. These are the most popular investment strategies right now, and if you know what you are doing, you can
  • May 14, 2020

5 Ways to Spot an Investment Scam to Direct Your Funds Responsibly

For anyone who is getting into investing, it can be difficult to discern which potential ventures are legitimate, and which are only concerned with taking your money. These types of investment opportunities have the potential to derail and ruin your finances and could result in something far worse than
  • April 7, 2020

Changing Your Investment Portfolio in Light of the Pandemic

If you’ve been watching the financial news of late (and as an investor, you should’ve been!), you’ll know the implications coronavirus has had on the stock market. With rates plummeting faster than even in 2008, you’ve likely seen what were once sound investments come crashing to the ground.
  • March 16, 2020

Financial Essentials During the First Year of Self-Employment

Being self-employed is, to an extent, taking your life into your own hands. When you start to plan your career trajectory, it’s not just about the professional career you have set out for you but it’s about understanding that there are other components that you really need to get
  • March 12, 2020

Essential Prep Work for an Investment Portfolio

It might sound strange, but now is the best time to consider your investment portfolio. Indeed, as financial markets are coming to a standstill as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, new investors can take the time to brush up their skills and knowledge.
  • February 4, 2020

Annuities – What Are They, and What Should You Do With Them?

Most people think of annuities when it comes to retirement, but if you’re struggling with your finances, you might be able to sell annuity payments and get the money you need now to pay off certain things.
  • November 29, 2019

The Investing Lessons to Learn from in “The Big Short”

Like it or loathe it, the movie, “The Big Short,” is an excellent learning tool for people who want to know more about investing. As well as delving into the murky water of Wall Street and the people in charge, it also offers a glimpse into the mind of
  • November 5, 2019

Smart Investments for Millennials to Make

Millennials are in a uniquely tricky situation financially. Compared to many previous generations, they are developing and coming to adult fruition in a world which is in the throes of much uncertainty and confusion. Because of the way in which socio-economic and political confusion affect the financial world, it
  • September 7, 2019

Learning Important Investment Terms

Knowing financial terms is essential for a first-time investor. The investment world has terms and definitions that have been used for nearly a century. Investment terms are continually added to the network of the investment community. An investor must become familiar with regularly used terms since it will help

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