What To Do After Financial Independence?

You’ve achieved financial independence, and now you find yourself at a crossroads. On one side, you have a successful business that generates more money than you can ever spend, and on the other side lies the future – full of unknown mystery. I was once at one such crossroads. It doesn’t matter how you achieve…

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Make Your 2022 Trading Resolution & Keep At It

2022 New Year Trading Resolution Several people would’ve retrogressed by the end of January regarding new year’s resolutions. Most memberships of fitness clubs will skyrocket around the first week of the year, yet several people would’ve stopped frequently attending within a month or two of the new year. Unfortunately it’s a sad but accurate fact…

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Are You Liable for Your Spouse’s Credit Card Debt?

When “mine” and “yours” becomes “ours” in a marriage, undoing this financial entanglement can be quite complex, especially if you intend to get divorced. If your spouse has significant credit card debt, you may wonder who will be legally responsible for paying this debt. You may have another question: How to settle credit card debt? Even if…

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Alternative Investments You Might Want To Consider | Money By Ramey

Alternative Investments You Might Want To Consider

Traditional investments like cash, stocks, bonds, ETFs or exchange-traded funds, and mutual funds are typically the preferred options of investors. There are others, though, who choose to be a little adventurous and look for alternative investments. What are Alternative Investments? Alternative investments are financial assets that are non-traditional or unconventional. Many investors who prefer alternative…

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5 Money Habits Worth Developing to Boost Personal Wealth

In real-life romantic relationships, it’s often the little things that matter, not the grand gestures worthy of a rom-com movie. The same is true of personal finance. You may have a high-paying job or a huge inheritance, but if you’re bent on boosting personal wealth, know it’s your little money habits that will play a…

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Should You Invest or Pay Off Your Student Loans?

Let’s say that you have some money saved every month. It can be challenging to decide whether to invest or pay off your student loans. At first, the best advice and the most advocated option would be to invest whenever you get the chance.  More on that, it is easier today to invest more than…

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3 Steps for Millennials to Achieve Financial Freedom

Hello readers! Today we welcome a guest post from Chris at LifeUpswing discussing one of our most favorite topics – Financial Freedom! Enjoy. Financial freedom looks different to everyone. Maybe you want to be debt-free, own a home, or have substantial savings. Perhaps you want all that and more! Whatever your goals are in life,…

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The Story Behind Gamestop, Beyond the Short Squeeze

If you follow the markets, you were privy to a seemingly once-in-a-lifetime occurrence of the “little guys” sticking it to the big hedge funds. Curious to know the story behind Gamestop? Value of Stocks is here to feed your mind. The Story Behind Gamestop Nobody would have thought that Gamestop (NYSE: GME) would be a…

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3 Favorite Stocks From Money By Ramey’s Portfolio

Today, we welcome a guest post from SureDividend.com. Sure Dividend has some great insights on dividend investing stocks, which can help you build your very own dividend portfolio. Be sure to check out my portfolio as well as Dividend Income: the Trend. The S&P 500 index is up nearly 18% over the last year, and…

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