Sunday , 25 August 2019


Finance

The U.S. Dollar vs. Gold: Which Is the Best Store of Value?

Have you ever heard the statement, perspective is everything? Well with money, it’s no different. Looking through the foggy lens of dollar money you will get a distorted and unclear vision of the world and its affairs. Walking through life with foggy dollar lenses could lead to a very bumpy ride. Looking through the lens of gold, however, will bring precision and clarity...

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Which Of These Online Brokers Is Best For You?

If you want to buy stocks, options, mutual funds, or ETFs, you're going to have to use some sort of broker and online brokers, at least for the individual investor, are definitely the way to go. They have cheaper fees and commissions, offer analytical tools, and have made it almost too easy to buy and sell stocks. This article [presents 10 brokers that] I have either used, tried, or seriously considered myself and is intended as a jumping off point for you to do your own research and find what broker offers the best fit for your own investing style.

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4 Tricks Some Financial Advisors Use On Their Clients

Trust is obviously a huge aspect of any client relationship in the financialinvesting6 services industry, but there are some red flags people can look for to make sure their outsourced investment advice isn’t coming from a charlatan. Here are four tricks the finance industry plays on their clients.

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These Financial/investing Apps Rank In the Top 10

There are lots of investing and other financial tools available to the individual investor in today’s world and apps shouldn’t be ignored. They conveniently sit at your fingertips ready to provide analysis, ideas, money management, and other data. In this article I present 10 of my most used apps for investing and other financial aspects of my life.

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Going Cashless Is Snowballing Around the World

Love it or hate it, cash is playing an increasingly less important role in society. In some ways this is great news for consumers. The rise of mobile and electronic payments means faster, convenient, and more efficient purchases in most instances...However, there is also a darker side in the shift to a cashless society. Governments and central banks have a different rationale behind the elimination of cash transactions, and as a result, the so-called “war on cash” is on.

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Another Big Bank Shock Is Inevitable Unless…

8 years after the credit crisis, most big American banks and almost all big European banks are relapsing in spite of extraordinary central bank efforts to liquefy and engineer profits for them. However, as long as they pose colossal risks to the global economy and draw tens of trillions of dollars of central bank spending (which they mostly hoard on their balance sheets to survive and thrive) away from productive economic use, global growth will continue to stagnate, until it contracts dramatically and implodes the big banks all over again.

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Retirement Halfway Is No Way to Live – Going Full-circle Is the Way to Thrive! Here’s How

Preparing for, and living in, retirement halfway is a dead end. The richest and most successful retirement experiences and outcomes occur when taking on life and activities full-circle. Thinking in completion mode inspires endless loops of satisfaction. Closure is an accomplishment. It allows you to move your life and those of others, forward. It allows others to do the same. Here are five circles to an enriching retirement.

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So You Want To Join The Millionaires’ Club?

So you want to be rich? In order to join the millionaires’ club – and not get booted out because you went broke spending all your money – you’ve got to develop money smarts. The rich don’t stay rich by spending frivolously and being obsessed with beating the Joneses’. Here are some money management essentials you may want to keep in mind to master like the millionaires do.

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