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REIT Investing 101
Mon, 09/19/11 | 4 Comments
REIT Investing 101

A REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is a popular investment vehicle for those who want to invest in the real estate market without actually owning property. Recently, many of them have been providing very high …

How to NOT Invest Like a Pro (and beat them) with Passive Index Investing
Tue, 04/26/11 | 20 Comments
How to NOT Invest Like a Pro (and beat them) with Passive Index Investing

This is the fourth of a multi-part series on how to invest outside of a 401K.
The whole idea for this series started when I was asking a group of about 30 co-workers if they invested …

How to Get Over the Fear of Investing
Tue, 04/19/11 | 9 Comments
How to Get Over the Fear of Investing

This is the third of a multi-part series on how to invest outside of a 401K. The whole idea for this series started when I was asking a group of about 30 co-workers if they …

Quantitative Easing Definition & How it Impacts you
Mon, 11/15/10 | 3 Comments
Quantitative Easing Definition & How it Impacts you

Quantitative easing has become somewhat of a infamous economic term as of late. If you pay attention to economic and financial news, you’ve probably heard the term thrown around quite a bit lately. It’s a …

What are Closed End Funds?
Wed, 09/1/10 | One Comment
What are Closed End Funds?

Closed End Funds: what the Heck are they?
Closed end funds are not the easiest concept to pick up by amateur investors. They are a little bit like stocks and a little bit like open-ended mutual …

Mark Cuban’s Solutions to Fix the Stock Market
Wed, 05/12/10 | 7 Comments
Mark Cuban’s Solutions to Fix the Stock Market

“Traders the Equivalent of Hackers”
Mark Cuban recently posted an interesting blog post titled “What Business is Wall Street in?“, and I’d recommend giving it a read. It’s a bit of a longer post, so I’ll …


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