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Diversify Your Investment

Diversify Your Investment

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there Continue reading →

Posted by Guest July 28, 2013

Marketing Strategy for Starters

Marketing Strategy for Starters

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there Continue reading →

Posted by Guest July 28, 2013

Quality Determines What It Is

Quality Determines What It Is

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there Continue reading →

Save Up Money For Something Great

Save Up Money For Something Great

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there Continue reading →

Mutual Funds is Good for Starters

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there 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 →

How to Eliminate Debt for Good

How to Eliminate Debt for Good

This is a guest post by Richard of Simple Living Australia, a personal finance blog out of Sydney Australia. They provide a range of information covering everything finance with an emphasis on getting out of debt and savings. Extraneous spending and poor money management can result in personal loan and credit card debt. Unsecure debt Continue reading →

Posted by Guest April 23, 2013

Why Despite Debt Downgrade the US Stocks Have Appealed the Economy?

Celina Jones is a skilled economist with years of experience. Working with the government has given her sufficient exposure to the current economic problems. For any other debt related issues, the info at www.consolidatedcredit.org gives great insight into what makes a great debt management program. The debt burden is a global problem nowadays. Most countries Continue reading →

Posted by Guest April 17, 2013

Record Gold Sale At The U.S. Mint

By: Kenneth Schortgen Jr. On April 17, the U.S. Mint reported a record 63500 ounces of gold being sold to the public in one day, despite central banks driving down the paper spot price by over 9% in the past week. This record one day sale brings total Mint sales for April to 140000 ounces, Continue reading →

Posted by Guest March 04, 2013

Strategies to manage your money and reduce monthly outgoings

Strategies to manage your money and reduce monthly outgoings

This is a guest post by Julie Cheung. Julie is a freelance online marketer with a keen interest in business, investment and finance. She can be contacted via Twitter at @juliecheung or on LinkedIn. Wouldn’t it be great if you could put a bit of cash aside every month to save for a rainy day? Continue reading →