There have been three $100 million dollar houses sold this year with more on the horizon. Would you spend that much for a house, or are you more modest?
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Despite its name, wealth management is not just for the super wealthy. Nor is it a discipline which must necessarily be attended to by only those with existing savings to spare.
What you are about to read will not focus on political views, sanctions or any other fuel added by the media to this existing crisis. All of that information is simply noise. What matters to us as technical analysis traders is very simple, the charts. The following chart is telling us that a war has already begun, as "The Thin Red Line" on the Market Vector Russia ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:RSX) has been broken. ...
Welcome to The Carnival of Financial Planning B – The Mother’s Day Edition. If you’ve been living under a rock or have just been super busy, Sunday is Mother’s Day. That’s right, the biggest mail day of the year is here and if you can load your mail truck with bottles, you can make some serious coin in Michigan. That’s a Seinfeld joke for those not in the know. Anyways, tell your mom you love her on Sunday and get her some flowers. You can thank me later. Onto the great posts from around the web!
I started dabbling with dividend stocks a few years ago. However, I didn’t have much of a plan. Even with this lack of planning, though, things are moving along at a good pace because all of the dividends I receive are automatically reinvested with the help of DRIPs.
One of the things I like about participating in the Grow Your Dough challenge is that it forces me to look at my portfolio every month.
Part 2 in a long series of posts by longtermmindset. The goal of these posts is to help new investors learn the basics about what is a stock, how to value it, and why they are so good to your long term financial health.