Are you an investor? If so, you know how hard it can be to find a decent research tool. Even paid tools seem to have some sort of bias towards one option or another.
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In our cities and communities, we are always looking to build systems that work, that people will use and that provide value to the users for years to come. We can also do that in our own lives as well.
I was still in high school when I made my first investment. I took an Economics class and fell in love with Finance. Part of the course was to read the book One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch. It’s a must read for anyone starting out investing.
With prices of higher education skyrocketing by about 1000% since 1976 and greatly outpacing inflation rates, many are wondering whether higher education is actually a bubble.
I can remember it like it was yesterday. I had just graduated college and was in love. She was a beauty. She weighed in at around 2,700 pounds and was just plain sexy. No, I’m not talking about a girl, I am talking about a car – an Acura RSX Type S.
I talk all of the time about making investing easier, not harder for yourself. Who wants to spend their weekends analyzing stocks, trying to find the next home run when you could be playing with your kids or enjoying your favorite hobby? The sad thing is, many investors do make investing harder for themselves and they never reap the rewards of that hard work. What if I told you that you could reap the rewards without putting in the hard work? You’d probably wonder what I was smoking!
Recently, I’ve been researching quite a few tech stocks, which have led me to the conclusion that taking advantage of the right tech stocks could be a great long-term investment plan.
Recently, I've been researching quite a few tech stocks, which have led me to the conclusion that taking advantage of the right tech stocks could be a great long-term investment plan