There are those who hate penny stocks and feel that they are too good to invest in them. Those who have had success with penny stocks would disagree though. To cut to the chase penny stock investing is about buying very low priced stocks and trying to make money fast. Penny stocks can be a lot of fun and are very exciting if invested in correctly since they have the potential to produce greater returns than typical stocks.
Risky? Yes of course, potentially very profitable? Most definitely! Investing Read more [...]
Sensible investment and wealth management requires a balance between your risk profile and investment portfolio volatility. Both of these factors can be combined to make up your investment policy and investment philosophy.
Sensible investment and wealth management requires a balance between your risk profile and investment portfolio volatility.
Both of these factors can be combined to make up your investment policy and investment philosophy.
It's important to understand that your risk profile Read more [...]
Many people often wait too long in life before they begin investing which can be a crucial mistake. In todays economy we should all strive to get started investing for our future sooner rather than later. In this article we will talk about investing online for beginners and why this is a great way to get started.
Have you started investing yet? I will be the first to admit that I never even considered investing in anything in the past. What is the point? I'm not a stock broker or anything. This Read more [...]
When looking at saving some of their hard-earned money, Millennials may want to consider Roth IRAs as their new BFF.
The difference between Roth and traditional IRAs or workplace 401(k) plans is that Roth money is tax-free in retirement. Even as the account grows over the years, helped in large part by compound interest, the original contributions can be withdrawn at any time, for any reason, with no taxes or penalties assessed.
“Roth contributions are made with after-tax dollars, but those Read more [...]
More women than ever before are realizing they need to make their money grow for them.
For decades, we’ve been hearing about an “investment gap” between males and females. And while it still exists, a whopping 72 percent of women in a new survey by Fidelity Investments said they’re ready to make bolder moves in the coming months – including investing more of their savings.
“Women tend to be the CFO of their household,” says Kathy Murphy, president of personal investing at Fidelity. Read more [...]
In today’s tumultuous and ever-changing marketplace, company owners and investors alike must return to financial fundamentals, says new insight from business analysts.
For company owners entering the market, statistics suggest that businesses must place equity as their primary strategy for sourcing capital. Equity capital will allow a company to better implement its business plan and develop its overall capital structure.
Implementing an equity-focused strategy is particularly important due to Read more [...]
A place to call home is a value deeply rooted in American culture. Despite challenging economic times, many homeowners are reinvesting in the American dream by making improvements to their homes. Many smart investments have come to light, which can help homeowners save money on their utility bills while saving money on next year’s tax return.
To simplify taking advantage of the latest tax credits, CertainTeed Corporation has launched a new online resource, www.certainteed.com/energytaxcredit. Read more [...]
Until this summer, Matt Berna had an unusual tradition: Every year, he moved to a new apartment. After doing this for 9 years, the 27-year-old inside sales professional decided enough was enough."Yeah, I’ve been moving since I was 18," says Matt, "and I was getting sick of it. I’m really good at packing and moving, though. I’ve had lots of practice."Part of the reason Matt moved so frequently was that he enjoyed getting to know different areas of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It also taught him which Read more [...]
Although experienced investors say guarding their retirement savings during market volatility is a top priority, more than half aren’t aware that index funds won’t protect their nest eggs against market downturns, according to a recent survey.
The survey, “The Wisdom of Experience,” explored the outlook and attitudes of investors age 50 and older with $100,000 or more in investable assets. It was commissioned by American Funds, a family of mutual funds from Capital Group, which manages approximately Read more [...]
With stock market gains moving at a snail’s pace over the past decade, some experts have their sights set on the not-so-new darling of the trading world — penny stocks.
Generally described by the Securities Exchange Commission as stocks that trade for less than $5, penny stock trading is not for the faint of heart and can be a risky proposition. There is potential, however, for a higher return on your investment — in layman’s terms, you could get a better bang for your buck.
As risky as Read more [...]