Monthly Archives: April 2013

Shares per transaction costs, per dividend

I had previously analyzed how some transaction costs can really hurt your bottom line. this is when you are examining the number of shares per transaction costs, per dividend. Another way to look at things may be how much the … Continue reading

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Reason for being in the market

What is the single most important item you should consider when making any stock/fund purchase if you are “in the market”? It is simply to understand what is the reason for being in the market. There can be many different … Continue reading

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Corporate America is bad while people are good

Do you find yourself driven to get angry at corporate America, only to be driven into it’s arms? I mean, if corporate America is bad while people are good, doesn’t that sound you’re limiting yourself by focusing only on yourself … Continue reading

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Has your household lost or gained net worth?

In this article, Pew research said that 93% of the households have lost money during 2009-2011 window in our past. Which best the question: Has your household lost or gained net worth over that time frame or even since 2011? … Continue reading

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How the number of shares affects your investment choices

Not everyone thinks of how their purchase of a number of shares affects your investment choices. Why do they call blocks of 100 shares an “even” block after all? Keep in mind this article isn’t intended to help you choose … Continue reading

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Where to keep your savings

I was sitting at home the other night thinking about the savings that we’re building up, and where it may be best to keep our hard earned monies. This obviously isn’t the only way to figure out where to keep … Continue reading

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How to avoid increasing revenue for you or your employer

If something takes a matter of 5 minutes, make absolutely sure that you help the potential customer out, since it may very well help you in increasing revenue for you or your employer! I recently had a problem that I … Continue reading

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Effect of the President’s budget regarding retirement accounts

In this article: What’s in Obama’s Budget, it mentions the President’s budget would impose new limit on tax-deferred retirement accounts, while it may not seem that damaging, how would you feel if you’ve saved all that you can to build … Continue reading

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Transaction fees, the good, the bad, and the ugly

I’ve seen several sites mention that the transaction costs for purchasing a stock make the purchase not worth it. However, from personal experience I’ve seen that the transactions costs associated with purchasing a certain stock make the stock a worthwhile … Continue reading

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Best way to spend your paycheck

People that have broached this subject well before I was even born learned that the best way to spend your paycheck is on your future self. keep in mind that this is by no means the only way to spend … Continue reading

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