Last weekend, my wife took a “girl’s trip” with some ladies from church. She needed a break from the day to day WAR she wages with three small children (5, 3, and 1).
Wall Street Steward Blog
According to Bankrate.com, the national average for a 1 year CD is 0.48%. With CD rates at these historic lows, many investors are looking for other investment options.
Imagine yourself packing up your parent’s belongings to assist them in moving to an assisted living facility…and you stumble across a box of old stock certificates.
WHEN did the investment industry become so infatuated with short term results?
There are not many conversations I
-dislike- more than ones involving “nickel-dime” fees.
One of the pieces of feedback I have received about the blog is a request for more personal, non-business entries. I am not too sure how applicable these will be, but if something truly STRIKES me…I will write about it.
Why do people buy a stock just before it splits? Is there an advantage to doing that?
About 5 years ago, this game was E-A-S-Y.
Save up a little money, buy a home…
We’ve been getting comments and feedbacks recently about improve the lighting in the film room, or maybe do more videos standing or sitting or wearing different things, that sort of thing. I will tell you thank you very much for your feedback.
One of the cornerstones of managing money is a concept called “diversification.” Although you can read the textbook definition of the term, I prefer to use real world language to explain this concept: