Before you decide to invest into stock options there are some things you need to know. For example … how an option is priced. You should know more than this … but this is a good place to start. The things that impact the price of a stock option now and in the future are: […]Buying … Continue reading Buying Options Lesson #1 — FreeWaveMaker.com
https://www.youtube.com/embed/9evJ_pMEAfM?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Within two hours since opening, the Dow Jones has fallen from 25,854 to 25,599 by 250 points in a steep short-term drop. 1-Day Price Chart of Dow Jones Industrial Average (Source: Yahoo Finance) Backed by strong fundamentals, noticeable progress in the U.S.-China trade talks, and the Federal Reserve’s decision to retain its benchmark interest … Continue reading Dow Jones Deletes 200 Points Despite Strong Fundamentals: What’s Causing It?
If You Want To Invest In the Stock Market, You Should Invest In the Russell 2000.... Small cap stocks have historically outperformed their larger counterparts. Accordingly, the Russell 2000 Index can be an excellent place to look for new investment opportunities. — Read on wqth.wordpress.com/2019/02/27/if-you-want-to-invest-in-the-stock-market-you-should-invest-in-the-russell-2000/
Many of us, especially those who are younger, probably haven’t thought much about our retirement plans. I wouldn’t have put any thought into it either if I wasn’t an investment advisor. But I’ve run into some troubling stats about the relationship between Americans and retirement, so I think it’s worth talking about.
First, by retirement, I mostly mean age, like somewhere in your 60s. I don’t mean quitting all obligations and sitting around by a lake somewhere. Retirement definitely could include that (I’m counting on it!), but most of us probably won’t be content to only sit around. We’ll probably be doing some kind of work when we’re retired. What you definitely don’t want when you’re in your 60s is to be working full time out of necessity at a job you’d rather not be working at (which is unfortunately normal among retirement age Americans). I think about retirement as…
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Robinhood is undercutting the big banks by forgoing brick-and-mortar branches with its new zero-fee checking and savings account features. With no overdraft or monthly fees, a juicy 3 percent interest rate and a claim of more U.S. ATMs than the five biggest banks combined, Robinhood is using the scalability of software to pass impressive perks […]Robinhood … Continue reading Robinhood launches no-fee checking/savings with Mastercard & the most ATMs — TechCrunch
We can all agree that it’s no mystery that we all are constantly searching for ways to make side money from home or online. How can we possibly pull in $200-300 a month to pay a bill, reduce a debt, or just help us survive month to month? Well, guys, I’m taking on the dreadful […]Doing … Continue reading Doing online surveys to make extra money at home (and succeeding) — The Frugal SAHD