What You’ll get from This Guide By the time you finish reading this guide, you’ll know the best type of brokerage firm to use and which specific broker to open your account with. In short, you’ll be prepared to open and fund your brokerage account knowing you made the best decision possible. Where to open […]
They don’t teach investing in school. It’s no wonder that so few of us really understand how investments work, what mutual funds are and how to select the right investments for our unique situation.
The following articles explain how the stock market, mutual funds, annuities,stocks and bonds work in plain English. They demystify investing and empower you to make better investing decisions for you and your family.
What you will get from this guide: We have already discussed how investing works. Now we’ll drill down and continue with this guide and explain stock market investing. Specifically, I’m going to point out how you can avoid fatal stock market mistakes that can ruin your retirement. After that, we’ll look at mutual fund investing. We’ll […]
Bonds confuse lots of people but actually they are very straight forward. When you buy a bond you loan your money to a company, city, state or country for a fixed term. When you first make the loan, the interest rate is fixed (in most cases) as is the maturity date (the date they have […]
What you’ll get in this guide: This is the perfect guide for you if you have the feeling (or you know) you should invest but you don’t know how, where or why. You might be confused and worried right now but don’t worry. By the time you complete studying this guide, you’ll know […]
What you’ll get in this ETF and Mutual Fund Investing Guide: After you study this guide, you will be able to plot out an investment plan that is tailor made for your specific situation using low-cost mutual funds and ETFs. This guide includes unique ideas on how to pinpoint the right funds, when to buy […]
Lately major stock market indexes have hit dizzying heights. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average both reached several new records recently. While this is very exciting for investors today, it is actually very sobering. I say that because if you bought a Nasdaq index fund back in 2000, it took 15 long years […]