The holidays are here, which means it’s time to start checking off the items on your gift-shopping list. But what should you get the investors among your friends and family?
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My wife and I went on vacation to Disney World a couple of years ago. The family had a great time, and I personally was glad to get away from business. We stayed at my parents’ Orange Lake Resort timeshare, which is just outside the park.
The time has come to say goodbye. Even though you’ve been together for years, you no longer feel comfortable even talking. They just don’t understand your situation and aren’t meeting your needs. You’ve been in this relationship for a while, but it needs to come to an end.
Here at Investor Junkie, we’re always reminding our readers that the sooner they start investing, the better. After all, the younger you are, the more time you have for compound interest to work its magic. So getting your kids (or grandkids, nieces and nephews, etc.) to invest is ideal for them, right? But how do you get them started on a lifetime of safe investing?
If you’ve ever watched cable financial news, you’ve certainly had to sit through commercials offering tips on day trading stocks or perhaps currencies. These flashy ads are certainly convincing. After all, who doesn’t want to earn excess profits and live a wealthy lifestyle?
It goes without saying that risk is always part of investing, even if you play it safe. So analyzing your risk level and predicting how it can affect your investments is crucial. One of the more popular ways to do this is what’s known as the “Monte Carlo simulation.” But what is it? And can it accurately predict your investing outcomes?
Many millionaires and successful entrepreneurs swear by reading the morning newspaper or keeping up with monthly subscriptions. If you want to stay on top of the latest financial trends, as well as getting solid, long-term insight that you can use in your financial planning efforts, reading financial magazines can be a big help.
When you have $1,000 or less to invest, there may seem to be only a few options. But the good news is some of the wealthiest investors in the world started somewhere. And though it doesn’t get a whole lot of publicity, there are actually numerous options available for your small amount of money. We list the best way to invest that $1,000 and make it grow into a bigger nest egg.
Venture capital is that level of investment that typically takes place before a company goes public. It’s a high-stakes game, involving both risk of massive losses — including the entire investment — as well as generating incredible returns.
Nobody likes bad news, but sometimes in the stock markets, it’s inevitable. It’s also natural — markets and economies go through cycles of boom and bust. For every bull market that we enjoy, there’s likely to be a bear lurking somewhere in the future. Because of this, it’s important to have a plan in place in case of a downturn.