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  Editor’s Note: RealtyMogul is the guest post this week on PIMD. They are a real estate investing platform that gives investors access to multifamily, office, retail or commercial real estate, deals in dozens of markets across the country. Disclosure: RealtyMogul is a sponsor partner of our site.  So, without further ado, we’ll let RealtyMogul introduce you to the benefits of commercial real estate for your portfolio. Are you concerned about how soaring inflation is […]

You may have created photo collages to keep your memories alive during your college time. From creating a photo collage to a video collage, technology has come so far, and we too. As we all know, since the rise of the digital landscape and digital marketing, the value of video content has increased so much. Moreover, people prefer to watch video content rather than read text.  We know you have created a photo collage in […]

Information overload is a thing. Your most valuable asset is how you decide to spend your attention. It wasn’t always this way. I remember when there were 3-to-5 T.V. channels, and all the networks signed off at midnight after playing the star-spangled banner – Not The Onion. Malcolm Gladwell wrote a terrific post on today’s optionality dilemma. Gladwell offers two amazing charts displaying the diffusion…The post Most Investment Advice Is A Tax Not A Benefit appeared first on A Teachable Moment.

After putting together an emergency fund that can serve as a safety net in times of trouble, many young people these days make it a point to start investing to secure their financial future. It’s a very sensible choice, given the current economic climate and how regular savings products can no longer keep up with rising inflation rates. Indeed, hedging your bets on assets that have the potential to grow in value over time is […]

As the name suggests, micro-investing apps allow investors to invest a small amount of money. Sometimes you can even invest spare change. It sounds unreal or like it can’t amount to much, but the best investing apps make it easy to invest whether you’re a beginner or an experienced investor. What Are Micro Investing Apps? …

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Transcript Email Download New Tab Nick Maggiuli 0:02 Investing matters a lot when you have a lot of money. And saving matters a lot when you don’t have a lot of money. So when I say savings for the for investing for the rich, I mean this on an absolute sense. So like, if you’re young or you don’t have a lot of assets invested, the only lever you can really pull right now to […]

Are you looking for a way to invest your money? Investing in the stock market can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know where to start. It’s tough to know how to invest your money, and it’s even harder to figure out what stocks are worth buying. You don’t want to risk your hard-earned money on a bad investment. Read the rest

By Dr. Peter Kim of Passive Income MD, WCI Network Partner Based on our past Facebook group poll findings of thousands of physicians, when we posted the question, “Do you prefer to invest in active or passive real estate?,” we’ve found that roughly 25% of physicians prefer directly owning rental properties (active) while the remaining 75% prefer investing in other people’s deals (passive). While a Facebook poll isn’t the most scientific study, it did validate […]

If you don’t have YouTube premium, there’s a chance you’ve seen your 4,954th YouTube ad about investing, trading, and earning passive income. (Yes, we’re tired of them too.) The dream they sell is simple: Pay some fees. Learn to invest. Become a full-time investor. But there’s more than meets the eye. While there are many investing courses that teach sound principles and educate people responsibly, there are also plenty of questionable characters you should steer […]

M1 Finance vs SoFi Invest vs Betterment Comparison: Which Brokerage Account to Open? The mobile application arena has exploded with applications for nearly any kind of skill or service imaginable, including financial services. These days, smartphone users think nothing of pulling out their phones and ordering groceries, paying a credit card bill, checking the weather, […] Source

Stagflation Investing: What is stagflation and how to invest well in such a scenario? [Update: This article was first written back in Sep 2021, highlighting to my readers the rising risk pertaining to stagflation. This is an updated article on my view pertaining to this phenomenon, which could very well be the base case scenario […]

We are studying the efficacy of a double moving average market timing model with different market indices.  We have already established that the model reasonably works (see links below) with Indian gilts, Nasdaq 100 and the S&P 500. Our primary goal in this updated study is to illustrate market-specific risks and the sequence of returns… The post Testing a double moving average market timing model with gold (Part 3) appeared first on freefincal.

Originally our FIRE plan was more the traditional route: Invest in index funds over the course of X years and then you’ll be able to retire once you meet the 4% rule. So, if you save $1,500,000 in index funds, you could withdraw $5000 a month via the 4% rule.