Riding Out the Market by Understanding Your Stocks

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Riding Out the Market by Understanding Your Stocks

If you automatically calculate how much money you “lose” when the stock market goes down, then you may require a psychological reset if you plan to remain invested in the market. Let’s assume that you bought a house for $300,000 on January 15. On July 1, a man who you’ve never met before approaches you…

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Is It the Chicken or the Egg?

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This age-old question can be adapted to many questions on origin, including financial planning. Financial planning’s “chicken and egg” question is: Is it about saving or spending less that brings forth financial accumulation? The answer is spending. You cannot save unless you choose to spend less. A…

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