Category Archives: Investing

Considering land investment

Raw Land is land that has not been used or developed.  There are four different types of land available for purchase.  Firstly, self-build land is land that is bought for property development.  Secondly, greenbelt land may include woodland, farmland, and open fields.  The third type of land is woodland, which is also a type of […]

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Investing Lessons from Playing Online Poker

If there is one thing both investing in the stock market and online poker obviously have in common, it’s gambling. Both require the high levels of risk, and there is often hard earned money on the line. However, online poker for US citizens, does offer some insight into investing in the stock market, and can […]

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It’s Never Too Early or Late to Get Into the Stock Market

People often approach the stock market with a certain level of trepidation – for good reason. With the hits the market has taken in the last several years, any investor is leery to contribute to any investment that might adversely affect their savings. Older investors usually tend to pick long-term investments that have little risk […]

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Five Places to Invest Your Money

When it comes to creating a balanced investment portfolio, a new investor—and even an experienced investor—can be overwhelmed with where to put their money. To make the best of your funds and derive a profit no matter the market, it takes an understanding of five primary markets. These include S&P 500, large and small scale stocks, international bonds, as […]

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Why You Should Save for Your Kids’ College Education

Today MD from Studenomics and I are debating a hot button personal finance topic: Should you pay for your kids’ college education.  He takes the stand that you shouldn’t while I am stepping up to the plate for those that believe you should.  Be sure to check out his article HERE and let us know […]

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The Lazy Way To Creating Real Wealth In The Market

Today’s post is not about making money. Money is a tool that everyone uses on a day to day basis for basic necessities and wants. Today I am talking about wealth, real wealth, and how to achieve it in the simplest and laziest of ways: passive investing. What is passive investing Passive investing is the […]

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Set It and Forget It – My Struggle with Tracking my Long-term Investments

One of my personal struggles has always been information overload.  I am not overwhelmed by information; I constantly seek ever-changing information. This is evident in a lot of my personal interests.  I tend to enjoy things that are constantly changing, shifting, and updating.  I enjoy the news, sports, and online video games for these reasons.  […]

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Turning $5,000 into $110,000 (Tax Free) – All it takes is time

Yes, you can easily turn $5,000 into $110,000.  No, it’s not a scam and no, you can’t do it overnight.  Today I will be going through the ins and outs of a Roth IRA.  A Roth IRA is a retirement account that has significant tax advantages compared to other retirement accounts. A Traditional IRA and […]

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A Random Stroll Up to Wall Street

At the recommendation of my friend Bobby, I have started to read “A Random Walk Down Wall Street”.  This book is known as one of the premier investment books and a modern day classic.  I am slowly working my way through it, and I am sure you will hear me reference this book a lot […]

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Category Archives: Investing

Considering land investment

Raw Land is land that has not been used or developed.  There are four different types of land available for purchase.  Firstly, self-build land is land that is bought for property development.  Secondly, greenbelt land may include woodland, farmland, and open fields.  The third type of land is woodland, which is also a type of […]

Read the full article »

Investing Lessons from Playing Online Poker

If there is one thing both investing in the stock market and online poker obviously have in common, it’s gambling. Both require the high levels of risk, and there is often hard earned money on the line. However, online poker for US citizens, does offer some insight into investing in the stock market, and can […]

Read the full article »

It’s Never Too Early or Late to Get Into the Stock Market

People often approach the stock market with a certain level of trepidation – for good reason. With the hits the market has taken in the last several years, any investor is leery to contribute to any investment that might adversely affect their savings. Older investors usually tend to pick long-term investments that have little risk […]

Read the full article »

Five Places to Invest Your Money

When it comes to creating a balanced investment portfolio, a new investor—and even an experienced investor—can be overwhelmed with where to put their money. To make the best of your funds and derive a profit no matter the market, it takes an understanding of five primary markets. These include S&P 500, large and small scale stocks, international bonds, as […]

Read the full article »

Why You Should Save for Your Kids’ College Education

Today MD from Studenomics and I are debating a hot button personal finance topic: Should you pay for your kids’ college education.  He takes the stand that you shouldn’t while I am stepping up to the plate for those that believe you should.  Be sure to check out his article HERE and let us know […]

Read the full article »

The Lazy Way To Creating Real Wealth In The Market

Today’s post is not about making money. Money is a tool that everyone uses on a day to day basis for basic necessities and wants. Today I am talking about wealth, real wealth, and how to achieve it in the simplest and laziest of ways: passive investing. What is passive investing Passive investing is the […]

Read the full article »

Set It and Forget It – My Struggle with Tracking my Long-term Investments

One of my personal struggles has always been information overload.  I am not overwhelmed by information; I constantly seek ever-changing information. This is evident in a lot of my personal interests.  I tend to enjoy things that are constantly changing, shifting, and updating.  I enjoy the news, sports, and online video games for these reasons.  […]

Read the full article »

Turning $5,000 into $110,000 (Tax Free) – All it takes is time

Yes, you can easily turn $5,000 into $110,000.  No, it’s not a scam and no, you can’t do it overnight.  Today I will be going through the ins and outs of a Roth IRA.  A Roth IRA is a retirement account that has significant tax advantages compared to other retirement accounts. A Traditional IRA and […]

Read the full article »

A Random Stroll Up to Wall Street

At the recommendation of my friend Bobby, I have started to read “A Random Walk Down Wall Street”.  This book is known as one of the premier investment books and a modern day classic.  I am slowly working my way through it, and I am sure you will hear me reference this book a lot […]

Read the full article »