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5 Reasons why Dollar Cost Averaging is Back with a Vengeance
Mon, 12/1/08 | 11 Comments
5 Reasons why Dollar Cost Averaging is Back with a Vengeance

Dollar cost averaging (investing like a robot) has received a bad rap in recent years, and for good reason. For those not investing in low or zero transaction cost accounts such as 401K’s, fees can …

Warren Buffett is Moving 100% into U.S. Stocks. Should you?
Sun, 10/19/08 | 6 Comments
Warren Buffett is Moving 100% into U.S. Stocks. Should you?

Warren Buffet’s Investing Strategy
Warren Buffett made news the other day in a New York Times opinion piece where he stated that he is moving 100% of his assets from U.S. government bonds into U.S. equities …

How to Wipe Out Credit Card Late Fees & Bank Overdrafts
Thu, 09/11/08 | 36 Comments
How to Wipe Out Credit Card Late Fees & Bank Overdrafts

How to Fight Late Fees & Overdrafts
Credit card late fees and bank overdrafts suck. I have 4 checking accounts and three credit cards. Before I get ripped for admitting that as the author of a …

How to Buy a Mutual Fund
Thu, 08/21/08 | No Comment
How to Buy a Mutual Fund

How to Buy Mutual Funds
In this post, we’ll discuss some best practices when it comes to purchasing index funds and mutual funds, in general. Mutual funds are a great option for those who don’t have …

How to Make a Stock Trade
Wed, 08/13/08 | 4 Comments
How to Make a Stock Trade

How to Trade Stocks
Sometimes what seems like the obvious to seasoned investors is not so clear to someone just entering the world of investing. In this article we’ll take a look at how to simply …

An Introduction to Investing in Commodities
Sun, 06/15/08 | 3 Comments
An Introduction to Investing in Commodities

A Guide to Commodity Investing
You may have heard the phrase “a rise in commodities” frequently in the last year or so as commodity prices have skyrocketed. Usually, the first thing that comes to mind when …


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