Category Archives for Investing

Motif Investing Review – Get Up to $150 Cash Back When Opening a Free Account

My new favorite investing site is Motif Investing. I learned about this new approach from some other investing bloggers. As I have been on a massive investing kick lately, I knew I had to give it a try.

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Portfolio Profiles for Wealth Management

Portfolio profiles differ widely between individuals based on monetary value on risk adversity. The vast majority of individuals have limited investment funds and no appetite for parking money they need

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Risk/Reward Ratio at a Glance

Investing your hard earned money in a volatile area like stocks is certainly a great risk but as is often true; high risks yield high returns. If you wish to try your hand at online trading, you need to

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Personal Capital Review – The Free Way to Manage Your Money

After paying off my debt, I needed a better solution to keep all of my accounts in place, but also focus on my new founded investments. While Mint.com was an OK and free solution, I found a better one

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Make Smart Investments on Your Own, or With a Broker

You have worked hard your whole life for your money, and now you have a little put aside for investing.  Interest rates are so low that your returns are minimal on standard savings account and CDs. It

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What Are Your 401(k) Options When You Leave Your Job

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American worker only stays at the same job for 4.6 years.  Over the course of your career it is likely you’ll change jobs at least a handful

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Use these 4 Investment Strategies to Grow Your Wealth

My friends over at Motif Investing created this great infographic on how to grow your wealth with simple investment strategies. As regular readers know, I’m a fan of infographics. I feel they are

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Common Investing Mistakes Made By Young People

The other day I stumbled upon an interesting article on Yahoo Finance and it really struck a chord with me. The article discusses three lies that millennials tell themselves about investing. Technically,

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Betterment Review – Investing Made Easy for Beginners

After I paid off my last credit card, I decided that I needed to work on my retirement funding.  I already have a 401k through my employer, but I wasn’t maximizing its potential.  I ran the numbers

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How This Election Could Impact Your Investments [Infographic]

The polls are open and Americans are out voting.  Historically, midterm elections don’t bring the masses out near as much as a presidential election, but still this one is important.  Republicans

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HERE ARE THE TOOLS I USED TO PAY OFF $75,000 AND GROW MY WEALTH

This guide will show you the tools and sites I used to get control of my finances. They can help anyone and without them, I might still be in a lot of debt.
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