So you've worked hard to cut out unnecessary expenses from your life, and you've suddenly found yourself with a little extra money each month. What should you do with that money? The question is should you use it for paying off student loans vs investing for your retirement? People have strong opinions on both sides of the aisle. The general argument for using the leftover money to pay extra toward
Brian Feroldi stops by to discuss the basics of buying stocks and how the stock market works. What Does It Mean When You Buy A Stock? A stock represents partial ownership in a business. When you buy a company's stock you have a permanent claim on that company's assets and their current and future profit streams, forever. The reason stocks have value is because the businesses that are attached to
It's difficult to balance getting a good return on invested money with having access to that money when you need it. If you're looking for the solution to this dilemma, a CD ladder might be the answer. When done correctly, a CD ladder can offer two benefits. First, investors can often get a better return on their money than they would if they had placed their money in a savings
Karsten from Early Retirement Now joins the show to share his take on how those pursuing Financial Independence should adjust their investment portfolios based on the recent swings of the market. Big ERN shares that it is unprecedented to see the stock market have such a rapid decline in one month. However, a 30% drop in the market is not unprecedented. The market has seen drops of 55% during the
JL Collins, author of A Simple Path to Wealth, joins Jillian to help you start Index fund investing. More About JL Collins: JL Collins has an extensive amount of experience and knowledge around investing. He is the author of A Simple Path to Wealth and JLCollinsnh.com. Collins has been a speaker for Google Talks and the Master Your Money Summit. He is also the founder of the annual event Chautauqua
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