You may have heard the phrase beat the market. In this case, the market usually refers to the S&P 500 index. There are other U.S. indices such as, DJIA, NASDAQ 100, NASDAQ Composite, Russell 2000, Wilshire 5000, and many other domestic and international ones. However, the S&P 500 is by far the most used benchmark … Read moreWhat Does It Means to Beat the Market and How I Did It
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There are numerous posts and articles on this topic, but what the heck I will add some more to the information highway. From my personal experience, I can sincerely say these are the biggest money wasters around (not in any order): Memberships that you never use — e.g., gym membership anyone? Subscriptions that you never … Read moreTop 10 Money Wasters, Are You Guilty?
I have been investing in the stock market for nearly 10 years and acquired quite a bit of experience and knowledge (mainly through making mistakes). I’ve never codified on to a piece of paper until today. Before I begin, I want to give credit where credit is due. This post was inspired by CommodityWorld.com’s Common … Read more35 Rules of Common Sense Investing
A week ago my wife bought me a book, Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki. This book has been around for many years, but I didn’t read it until my wife threw it on my lap. My first reaction was inspired and mesmerized — the book got me thinking about money and wealth … Read moreA Review of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad