Posted by Mark Pokorny February 02, 2018

Five “Bad” Home Investments That Are Actually Good

Five "Bad" Home Investments That Are Actually Good

As a homeowner, have you ever made an investment or upgrade to your property that others seem to question? Your home is your castle to do with what you want, but in making the right upgrades and investment choices for your home, you won’t just enjoy short-term benefits. You’ll be adding to the resale value Continue reading →

Posted by Christina Moore January 07, 2018

How To Start Investing

When you work hard, you set the law of cause and effect to work for you. If you work for a corporation, you will slowly start to improve your position within the company; and if run your own business, you will slowly start to generate more business. While working hard will set things in motion, Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny January 06, 2018

Is Getting a Loan for a Home Remodel Worth the Risk?

Is Getting a Loan for a Home Remodel Worth the Risk?

Any time you seek financing for a large purchase, you assume some kind of risk. For example, when you apply for a car loan, you assume the risk that you could be buying a lemon. Similarly, getting a home loan means taking on the risks of home-ownership costs and maintenance. Along with this kind of Continue reading →

What’s Responsible For The MLM Explosion in the United States?

What's Responsible For The MLM Explosion in the United States?

Social security had a deficit of 68 billion dollars last year. They collected less than they needed to pay for overhead and benefits. Could this explain why thousands of individuals in the U.S are signing up as distributors in MLM companies every week? Below are reasons people join MLM brands like doTERRA and Cutco:   Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny October 31, 2017

Is Credit Score an Accurate Tool for Evaluating Mortgage Applicants

Is Credit Score an Accurate Tool for Evaluating Mortgage Applicants

In the US and most countries, credit scoring is usually the first thing that a mortgage lender does upon receiving a application. The importance of credit ratings in the mortgage industry cannot be undermined, that’s for sure. But are they as accurate and effective are they are said to be? Well, we don’t think so Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny October 30, 2017

5 Reasons Buying a Home is a Worthwhile Investment

5 Reasons Buying a Home is a Worthwhile Investment

Buying a home is one of the smartest investment decisions you can make. Despite being a huge expense you’ll likely be paying off for the next 10 years or more, it gives you added freedom, stability, and peace of mind. Here are five reasons you should entertain the thought of investing in a home.   Continue reading →

Posted by Guest October 26, 2017

When is the Right Time to Invest in AAPL?

Apple is the biggest publicly traded company that is not a bank, with a market value of $752 billion. Newcomers will surely want to invest in this tech giant that shows no sign of stopping, despite pivot after pivot. Before deciding when to invest it is important to identify some patterns that can give you Continue reading →

Does Seasonality Affect Stocks?

When analysts examine stocks, traditional forms of due diligence dominate: fundamental analysis, technical chart analysis, macroeconomic analysis, and even sentiment analysis. If you are an investment management firm looking to get an edge on your competition, it makes sense to conduct discounted cash flow analysis and extensive research. After all, you have extensive resources at Continue reading →

Which Options Brokers Are Best?

If you are new to trading, the best broker to choose might seem at first glance to be the one that offers lowest commissions costs. After all, any active trader worth his or her salt wants to keep transactional costs to a minimum. And any experienced trader knows that paying hefty commissions can eat up Continue reading →

Posted by Guest September 28, 2017

Building a Strong Retirement Plan That Works

Photo Credit: aag_photos via Compfight cc Everyone should be prepared for retirement, yet only few are actually aware of how they should go about it. Based on the recent Retirement Income Strategies and Expectations (RISE) survey, 93% of Americans are anticipating their retirement, but only 52% of them are concerned about managing their retirement income. Continue reading →