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The Golden Rules of Investing

The Golden Rules of Investing

This is going to be simple and what some would say obvious, advice on the markets, as sometimes investors need to be reminded of the simple and obvious. The obvious stuff is often the first neglected when it comes on to dealing with information, noise, opinions, predictions, and analysis.  I’m no different when it comes to this so I like to remind myself of the following obvious investment truths on a regular basis: 1. If… Read more...


5 things we pay for everyday that we dont need to

5 things we pay for everyday that we dont need to

Most of us spend money on things we could get for free. And in many cases, it’s not as if we are consciously paying for greater convenience or some other intangible. We’re just throwing money down the drain.So, even if you have tightened your budget and eliminated unnecessary expenses, we’re betting you can get more savings by reviewing this list. It includes a list of 5 things we pay for that we really shouldn’t. When you… Read more...


Buying in bulk is not always good

Buying in bulk is not always good

On the surface, buying goods in bulk seems like a great way to save money. When you buy a large amount of anything, the price of individual units tends to be lower. The more you buy, the less each unit actually costs you. Although this seems like a sure way to get a deal, bulk buying often costs people more than they know. On the surface, buying goods in bulk seems like a great way… Read more...


How you can make more money in 5 minutes

How you can make more money in 5 minutes

Some financial goals, like paying off student loans or saving for retirement, can take years to achieve. But no matter how big a goal is, you can break it down into small, actionable steps. You can better your finances by focusing on quick wins. Here are a few ways you can improve your finances in 5 minutes or less.   1) Get rid of Cable  Cable is one of the easiest expense to eliminate entirely.… Read more...


I am in Debt, should I still invest ?

I am in Debt, should I still invest ?

So you’re in debt. Maybe even a LOT of debt. You know that you need to pay it off and that it should be your focus. But you also know that long-term wealth and financial independence is made through investing. So what do you do? Should you invest when you’re in debt? This is one of the most common questions we often get. It’s not surprising, either, with more and more people leaving University with… Read more...


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