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Posted by Martin July 21, 2013

My inspiration in the last week #29

My inspiration in the last week #29

I often browse the internet to find ideas about investing, trading stocks, options, investing opportunities and strategies. I like to read about investors and what their investing/trading approach to create income you can live on is.   Financial Independence and Eternal Salvation – Is There a Connection? – Faithful With A Few – by Kevin Continue reading →

Trade exit – Micron Technology Inc. (MU) – covered call expiration with 13.18% gain

Trade exit - Micron Technology Inc. (MU) - covered call expiration with 13.18% gain

Micron Technology was one of my best performing stocks during the entire covered call options trade. I bought the stock in late March 2013 and opened a total return covered call against the position. You can see my covered call initial opening record on the “New trade – Micron Technology Inc (MU) covered call” page. Continue reading →

Posted by Alka G. July 19, 2013

Things to Consider Before Buying Insurance

Things to Consider Before Buying Insurance

What is the first thing which comes to your mind when we talk about insurance? Isn’t it a security and returns? These benefits can be achieved only if you identify that what type of insurance policy is most suitable for you. The leading insurance companies in the market try very hard to offer top quality Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 17, 2013

Who owes you?

I am not going to talk about money someone may owe you, but about surprisingly rising common believes among Americans when we talk about success, opportunities, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. Usually, in socialistic countries, in central economies, people tend to rely on their governments that they would take care of them. If you traveled Continue reading →

The Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Buying Stocks

The Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Buying Stocks

The following is a guest post from Ben Carlson at A Wealth of Common Sense. Ben writes about personal finance, investments, investor psychology and building wealth using your common sense.     “There’s no way that you can live an adequate life without many mistakes. In fact, one trick in life is to get so you Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 14, 2013

My inspiration in the last week #28

My inspiration in the last week #28

I often browse the internet to find ideas about investing, trading stocks, options, investing opportunities and strategies. I like to read about investors and what their investing/trading approach to create income you can live on is.   How Much Can I Withdraw After Retirement? – Midlife Finance – by Cindy Making Money Online in Few Continue reading →

Best Tips for Financial Planning

Best Tips for Financial Planning

Financial planning is something every individual has to do in his life but most of us postpone it for the future. This is because financial planning requires consistency and discipline, which is so hard to practice in existing era of consumerism. Money plays extremely important role in everyone’s life but when you have it, you Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 08, 2013

Do you want dividend investing and do not know how to start?

Do you want dividend investing and do not know how to start?

Are you invested in mutual funds in your ROTH or traditional IRA account? Are you sick of seeing their mediocre performance? Have you been recently thinking about picking up and investing into individual stocks? If you responded to those questions YES, but have no clue what to do and where to start, read on. If Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 07, 2013

My inspiration in the last week #27

My inspiration in the last week #27

I often browse the internet to find ideas about investing, trading stocks, options, investing opportunities and strategies. I like to read about investors and what their investing/trading approach to create income you can live on is.   Portfolio in Action: Semi Annual Review – Dividend Growth Stock Investing – by Dan Mac Working Toward Financial Continue reading →

My Investments 2Q 2013 results

My Investments 2Q 2013 results

I am publishing my 2Q 2013 results of my goals and investments. The second quarter was very bumpy. The first part of the quarter was quite successful, the second part wasn’t. Much of the investment gains were erased by the correction on the markets. This value drop had a little impact on dividends. This is Continue reading →