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Why You Must Diversify Your Income Stream

  January 21, 2015  |    #Make Money

Face it. Not only can’t we rely on employers to help us attain riches nor secure our retirement, we can no longer rely on them to help us earn a living wage.

While everyday workers have struggled to survive the “new normal”, employers have laid-off workers and performed acrobats to pass immigration reform. It seems the only thing the ruling class (Big Business, Republicans and Democrats) agrees on is the imperative to bus in millions of potential, low-wage employees. The reason for this urgency changes from week to week.

Investing 101: 3 Things You Should Know about Cash and Cash Equivalents

  January 14, 2015  |    #Make Money

This is our fifth post in our series about investment types. 51 percent of Americans didn’t save for retirement in 2014. Their reason for not investing? They didn’t know enough about investing to invest. We hope to help fix that with this series.

So far, we’ve discussed stocks, mutual funds, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and bonds. In this, our last week, we’ll discuss cash and cash equivalents.

Investing 101: 3 Things You Should Know about Bonds

  January 7, 2015  |    #Make Money

This is our fourth post in our series about investment types. 51 percent of Americans didn’t save for retirement in 2014. Their reason for not investing? They didn’t know enough about investing to invest. We hope to help fix that with this series.

So far, we’ve discussed stocks, mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). This week, we’ll discuss bonds. Next week we’ll discuss cash equivalents.

Investing 101: 3 Things You Should Know about ETFs

  December 31, 2014  |    #Make Money

This is our third post in our series about investment types. 51 percent of Americans didn’t save for retirement in 2014 and missed out on the fourth longest bull market run in history. The reason most of this 51 percent didn’t invest was because they didn’t know enough about investing. With this series, we hope to help fix that.

So far, we’ve discussed stocks and mutual funds. This week, we’ll discuss exchange traded funds, better known as ETFs. Next week we’ll discuss bonds.

Investing 101: 3 Things You Should Know about Mutual Funds

  December 24, 2014  |    #Make Money

This is our second post in a series about investment types. As 51 percent of Americans didn’t save for retirement in 2014, they unfortunately have so far missed out on the fourth longest bull market run in history. The most common reason survey respondents gave for not investing was they didn’t know enough about investing to invest. With this series, we hope to demystify investing.

Last week we discussed individual stocks, both common and preferred stocks. This week, we’ll discuss mutual funds. Next week we’ll discuss exchange traded funds or ETFs.

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