Many people expect their living costs to drop in retirement, and while this might be true in certain cases, it isn’t always. Healthcare alone can eat up a large chunk of the average retiree’s budget, while other expenses, like housing, food, and transportation can really add up.
Since there’s a good chance you’ll need every penny you can get as a senior, you should....More>>>
There are countless investing rules, mantras and cliches out there ranging from extremely useful to downright dangerous.
One of the most widely accepted and potentially detrimental to your portfolio is, “Buy low, sell high.”
When taken literally, of course, to make a profit you must sell a stock for more than you paid for it. But the essence of buy low, sell high has....More>>>
I have a well-deserved reputation as a cheapskate. I brown bag my lunches most days, keep my thermostat at 79 degrees, and — if my wife doesn’t intervene — I’ll generally wear my clothes until they’re moth-eaten and threadbare. I’m good with that. As Benjamin Franklin said, a penny saved is a penny earned.
Perhaps not shockingly,....More>>>
There are numerous trading techniques to consider for each and every options trade, so Fred Oltarsh at Options Strategy Network details five of the ones he considers extremely vital for trying to put the percentages in the trader’s favor.
The key to trading options contracts successfully (individual stocks and futures as well) is to put the percentages in your favor. This involves....More>>>
Marijuana stocks have been on our radar since November 2016, as 29 states and the District of Columbia now have some form of legalized medical marijuana laws, and nine states have legalized recreational marijuana.
Legalization is making investing in the cannabis industry less taboo for previously skeptical investors. And in the list below, you can see some of the most popular penny stocks....More>>>