You don’t have to know everything to start investing. In fact, if you wait until you know everything before you get started, you’ll probably never start investing at all! But there are some basic terms you might want to have in your investing arsenal.
YCharts is an investment research data service that could be called the web based version of a Bloomberg Terminal. In essence, YCharts is making a prettier, more data metrics, and user-friendly Yahoo or Google Finance while delivering hard-to-calculate data in a quick and easy format. We have updated this YCharts review for 2014.
Paying off debt successfully requires a lot of determination and hard work, oftentimes at the expense of other financial goals. This can push back your goal of saving for retirement and investing to build wealth. As someone that’s dealing with the plight of student loans, I have neglected many other financial priorities in hopes of […]
Teenagers: Often derided as irrational, emotional, and impulsive. But the teen years aren’t totally bad. Teens are cognitively mature enough to understand more complex reasoning (unlike younger children) and not yet set in their ways like adults. The impressionable teen years are the perfect time to assimilate children into the cult of long-term financial goals […]
I’ve been a long-time user of Intuit’s Quicken since 1992 — now over 20 years. My family and I track 60+ accounts within Quicken. So to say I’m a power-user of their product would be an understatement. We have every bank account, credit card, asset, retirement, investment, and liability linked within the software. For this […]
“Last year alone, Americans paid $600 billion in financial services fees,” says Yoav Zurel, the CEO of FeeX. “That’s more than entertainment and construction, and it accounts for about 4% of the U.S. Gross Domestic Profit.” According to says Zurel, the financial services sector collects about $1.3 trillion in fees a year, worldwide. That’s a […]