Make Sure You’re Ready to Start a Business with These 6 Tips

November 16, 2018

Have you been thinking about starting your own business lately? You’re not alone, the advent of the internet has meant that plenty of ambitious entrepreneurs have begun to make their way online in search of new opportunities. Of course, while the digital world has made it a little easier for people to start building their […]

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Locating the best stocks for investment

September 21, 2018

Investing in the stock market is a task that can be highly lucrative if done correctly. However, it comes with a whole host of risks – and one of them is the risk that you won’t choose the right stocks or bundles of stocks in which to tie your cash. Luckily, you can mitigate this […]

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How Should One Handle an Exit Interview?

July 16, 2018

Everyone has had at least one job that was, to put it mildly, not a good fit. Maybe the pay was insufficient, maybe coworkers or management were hostile, maybe the work-life balance was off, or maybe there were any number of other issues. For whatever reason, exiting the job feels like an escape, and if […]

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What You Need to Know before Investing into Real Estate

June 12, 2018

Are you someone who has been investing actively in the stock market? Are you looking forward to diversifying your portfolio and make real estate investment a part of it? If yes, you should be glad that you are going in the right direction. Here is a graph to show you where real estate stands against […]

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3 Strategies to Master Forex Risk Management

February 9, 2018

Image Source: Although many people don’t realize it, the foreign exchange market is one ripe with uncertainty. There are many external factors that directly influence the value of stocks, and they can be political and social, not only financial. Even if a trend is looking up, governmental interference can make its values plunge in […]

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More Luxury for your Money

February 8, 2018
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Putting Finances on Autopilot

February 1, 2018

If I look back at the best things I’ve done financially over the past few decades, it would be automating my finances.  The most obvious (and possibly important) tenant of finance automation is paying yourself first for your retirement funding.  Given the market returns over the past 8 years, I’m sure happy I did that! […]

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Planning to Get Financial Aid Scholarships in College

January 6, 2018

The economic downturn has brought incredible hardships to many people. However, as I walk around my campus, it is hard for me to imagine a person struggling more with these hardships than students– especially Californian students. With financial aid at an all time low and tuition costs rising students are at a serious disadvantage. California, […]

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How Should You Evaluate Your Broker?

October 4, 2017

It wasn’t long ago that Jack Bogle was a lone voice advocating to Wall Street aficionados how diversified portfolios were the way of the future. Those investors “in-the-know” mocked the Vanguard Group founder for his “preposterous” theory that matching the returns of the market would be a better bet than the more “lofty” endeavor of […]

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