Saving is as necessary to Wealth Accumulation, as rain is to growing flowers. But Saving is not enough!! Once you start saving some money, you need to get that money working as hard for YOU, as you do for it.
The two easiest ways to do that are by Investing in either Real Estate (Bricks and mortor ASSETS) or Portfolio (Paper ASSETS) Your age has a lot to do with how, and what you invest in. The articles you will find in this section will be about these two areas. I have been working in both these areas for many years. If you have any questions or comment on the content here, PLEASE email me. I do my best to anwer every email personally.
This is a question that I get asked a lot. It is a very important question, and unfortunately, a very hard question to give a simple answer to. That is because there are so many variables. Questions like; What is your time frame? Days? Weeks? Years? How much...read more
You have saved $25,000 for the down payment on a house. Good for you! Have you saved money to cover the CLOSING COSTS??
Here is what might be involved.
The first step in Portfolio Investing is the Online Trading Account. Here is some basic information.read more
Never made a Real Estate Offer before. Relax. Here is some guidance to the process.read more
Whether your buying an Income Property, a Home, or a Business the steps are the same. Here they are.read more
Want to do Stock Investing but feel you don’t have enough money? Then you might be a Micro Investor. Read on to see how it is done.read more
Not getting any interest on your savings at the bank? Why not check out Dividend paying stocks. Don’t know what that is? Read on McDuff.read more
Ever wondered if you should invest in stocks?? If so start your education with this article. There is more to it, but this is just one of the articles that will be featured here.read more
The theory is simple. Buy low Sell high. But what price is low, and what price is high? Is there a way to figure this out? Sure is.read more
Financial Planners will tell you that Investments of less than $10,000.00 are better off in a Mutual Fund. Is that the only choice?? No. With practice and knowledge you can benefit from stocks too. Read on for more info.read more