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4 Simple Ways to Start Investing in the Stock Market

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For many people, investing in the stock market is an intimidating proposition. It is well-known that you can lose money in the market, so committing a significant portion of your personal assets to this venture may make you more than a little nervous. While it is true that you need to be careful when stepping into the world of stocks, ... Read More »

Motif Investing Review: Get Up To $150 Cash Back!

Motif Investing

I opened an account with Motif Investing about two years ago, so I thought a Motif Investing Review would be in order to go over how they can help you reach your investing goals. Motif Investing is a rapidly growing player in the online brokerage scene. They’ve been around for five years and bring a new twist to the traditional online investing ... Read More »

Personal Capital Review: Manage Your Finances For Free!

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I wrote this Personal Capital review after using the service for the past several years. I have various financial accounts with different companies from bank accounts, credit cards, online brokerage accounts and more. You likely deal with the very same thing. That’s great as you usually can’t take care of all your financial needs at one place but it does ... Read More »

E*TRADE Review: Get Up To $600 Cash Back Now!

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E*TRADE is a well-known player in the online broker space and has been for decades. If you want a new online brokerage, or are just getting ready to start investing this E*TRADE review will help you see if E*TRADE is a good option for you. As a disclaimer, I do want to be transparent in that I do not have an E*TRADE account. ... Read More »

5 Investing Excuses You Shouldn’t Give In To

Investing Excuses

Everyone knows that it is a good idea to invest your money for the long term. You don’t have to play the stock market actively in order to be invested – there are plenty of passive, simple ways to allow your money to work for you. Whether you want to take on very little risk, or you would welcome risk ... Read More »