Think credit card rewards are worth it? The truth is you actually might be spending more money with credit cards. Here’s why.
Archives for April 2015
Don’t wait for the “perfect” time to start investing and stop looking for hacks. Just get started and learn from there!
Here’s an interesting question from a reader, and I would love to know your thoughts: I grew up in a lower-middle-class suburb of a big city, where my father worked in consulting for most of my childhood. We had a very comfortable lifestyle, and my parents became accustomed to living like money grew on trees. […]
Search for great companies to invest in. You only need a few high quality stocks in order to accumulate wealth.
Search for great stocks. This will take a lot of time upfront but will be worth it in the end.
If you’re one of the 80% of taxpayers who will be receiving a tax refund this year, chances are you’re debating what to do with the money (you can find out when you should expect to receive your tax refund). Rather than spend the money frivolously, why not use it to boost your bottom line? […]
If you want superior investing results you need to follow in the footsteps of great investors.
Look at a company’s current performance over their future projections. Focus on the quantitative measures of value of existing assets and current earnings power
Keep a minimum amount in short term securities. They provide lower returns.
It’s almost summer for college students around the country, and that means it is time to start thinking about getting an internship. Internships can be great ways to get first hand experiences in the field you may want to pursue after graduation. They also look great on resumes for new graduates, and many do pay, […]
Learn Walter Schloss’s three criterion for stock picking to choose quality stocks.
Identifying your spending personality is the first step to changing your behaviors. Here are four types of spending personalities. Which are you?
The earnings of a small company fluctuate more compared to medium and large companies.
How to start saving for college with a 529 college savings plan that allows parents and families to save for their children’s education with tax deferred money.
The value of cash gets eroded by inflation. Let your money earn for you.
Invest in companies with a low P/E ratio. The buy price should not be more than 15 times average earnings over the past 3 years.