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Beginners Guide To Investing

A big part of why I started this blog was to talk about investing, especially the basics of investing. It’s such an important part of a strong financial foundation. Those who don’t invest may shy away because it seems too …

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“Buy the Dip”: Awesome Investment Strategy or Sure Loser?

Generally speaking, to “buy the dip” is to buy an asset after its price has dropped or is on a downward trend, expecting a reversal of price. This is founded on the belief that the “dip” is temporary and that soon the asset (normally stock prices) will bounce back up to its original price. It’s kind of like a sort of price arbitrage.

In theory, you can “buy the dip” with any asset class including real estate, gold, and commodities. In reality, though, it’s only really executable on one kind of asset: stocks. No other type of asset gives you such accurate real-time data and allows you to make trades fast enough (can you imagine trying to figure out the price of a property every day, waiting for a drop one day, and then executing the buying process that exact day while the price is still low before the market becomes bullish again).

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How To Invest $1,500 Wisely

Imagine you suddenly received $1,500, and you want to decide how to use it to improve your financial situation. Perhaps you got a small inheritance, a gift, a bonus at work, a graduation gift, or proceeds from selling your old …

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Stock Market Tanks: Fundrise Still Has Positive Returns

I’ve been investing with Fundrise for years now and have seen excellent returns. For a more in-depth look at what Fundrise is, how to invest, and my personal Fundrise returns until now, check out my first Fundrise review here.


Spy vs Spyg: Which Is Best?

As you might guess solely from their names, these are two very similar funds, so when it comes to SPY vs SPYG, which is better for your investing strategy? Here we’ll aim to compare the two funds to determine just that.

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