Most of us would agree that America has suffered from a pretty unstable financial market over the past few years and so far 2017 seems to be following suit. In a study undertaken by The Fund For Peace, a global index measuring national security and economic stability, the U.S. was ranked the 13th most worsened nation last year.

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How To Get A Lot Out Of A Little Money

by Pam on September 4, 2017

As you start to earn a good living and have gotten into a good routine of saving, investment is often the next step towards goals of financial mastery. This part of money is incredibly important for those looking to reach their full income potential. But, of course, it can be hard when you’re first getting started. In a lot of cases, new investors won’t have a lot of money to play with, and it will be hard to find options which suit their needs. If you find yourself in this spot, it can be hard to find a way out of it. But, it doesn’t have to be this way.
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The Three Best Places To Invest Your Money

by Pam on August 23, 2017

If you’ve got a lot of money saved up and want to do something with it, investing is a good idea. By using it to purchase certain goods, you can play the markets and make money out of money, which is something that everyone wants! However, playing with markets often comes with risks, and you have to know which markets are the safest in order to not lose your hard earned cash, so carry on reading if you want to know the best 3 places to invest your money!
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Out of all the business ventures in the world, perhaps one of the industries with increased certainty of making a profit, more so than any of the others, is real estate. They’ll always be people wanting to live in places that they can call home. No matter how volatile the global economy is, investing in real estate is a stable bet to place. Sometimes referred to as rent-to-rent, this is why it’s very useful if you want to make extra money on the side, to buy grandiose apartments and sublet them to financially strong clients. Whether they’re young professionals or seasoned business owners who want a getaway pad for their summer holidays, renting out an apartment with a great community is a lucrative move. Before you leap in and get your money at the ready, there are a few risks you should work to minimize and start looking for the right kind of property to invest in.
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We’re living in strange economic times. On the one hand, interest rates remain at rock bottom, despite quarter-point incremental rises by the Federal Reserve over the last couple of years. And on the other hand, some sectors of the economy are booming – the tech industry in particular.
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Seniors face more financial roadblocks than other age groups, and more people find it nearly impossible to save in their younger years. What this means for seniors is a low monthly income to survive on each month, combined with rising healthcare costs. It’s more important than ever to make sound investments, but how can you do it in a way that’s best for you?
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Risk Management Tips While Trading

by Sean on June 26, 2017

Nothing quite compares to the emotions and excitement of making winning trades. That momentum can make it hard to stop everything you’re doing and take stock of how you could increase your winnings. But for anyone who wants to make money and stay in the game, it’s important to learn how to manage risk. This isn’t something that beginners can tackle because it comes with real-time experience in the market. Managing risk will affect the position sizes and setting correct orders that will lead to better profits. Here are some ways to keep your risk to a minimum.
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