Posts Tagged ‘Invest’

The Smart Millennial’s Approach to Pay off Debt, Save Money, and Invest like a Champ

The Smart Millennial’s Approach to Pay off Debt, Save Money, and Invest like a Champ

Filed under: Debt One of the most liberating feeling is knowing you have your finances in control. I know this from personal experience. We’ve all come across a point in time where we’ve either been in debt, wasn’t saving enough, or didn’t take the initiative to invest wisely. We now have access to online...

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Consider These 7 Things Before You Invest

Consider These 7 Things Before You Invest

Filed under: Investing Getty By Cathleen D. Phelps Investing and planning for the future can be a daunting task. There are so many factors to consider in creating and managing your portfolio, and you may find it difficult to find a financial professional you trust for unbiased advice. That’s why Monument Wealth Management, as...

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How to Invest in Wearable Technology

How to Invest in Wearable Technology

Filed under: Technology AP Even that cartoon-strip cop Dick Tracy, with that fancy two-way wrist radio in 1946, could never have envisioned that folks would be trotting around 70 years later with digital fitness devices and miniature computers strapped around their arms. “You don’t have to look far to catch a glimpse of someone...

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5 Ways to Invest in LGBT Rights for Great Returns

5 Ways to Invest in LGBT Rights for Great Returns

Filed under: ETFs, Careers, Alternative Investment, Stocks, Investing ShutterstockRecent studies show including diverse points of view and ways of thinking produces better decisions. By Joanne Cleaver Viewing investment decisions through an LGBT lens can pay off. An expanding body of evidence indicates that what’s good for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees is also...

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Is it Smart to Invest in Smart Appliances? — Savings Experiment

Is it Smart to Invest in Smart Appliances? — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Shopping, Home & Garden As our devices get smarter, our appliances are starting to catch up. Smart appliances actually work in similar ways, by doing tasks for you so you don’t have to. But is buying a smart appliance a dumb investment? Let’s look at the pros and cons. First,...

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How to Invest in Commercial Real Estate With REITs

How to Invest in Commercial Real Estate With REITs

Real estate investment trusts are attractive because they are required to distribute most of their income as dividends to shareholders. For the average small real estate investor, outright ownership of an office building, a local shopping center, a warehouse, or even an apartment complex is a dream that will go unrealized. However, there is...

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Toyota to Invest $50M to Boost Self-Driving Car Technology

Toyota to Invest $50M to Boost Self-Driving Car Technology

Filed under: Company News, Technology, Toyota, Automotive Industry, Transportation & Logistics Jeff Chiu/APFei-Fei Li, associate professor at Stanford, speaks Friday at a news conference in East Palo Alto, Calif., where Toyota announced it is investing $ 50 million to accelerate the phase out of human drivers. By MICHAEL LIEDTKE EAST PALO ALTO, Calif. —...

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How to Invest in Bond Funds During a Bear Market

How to Invest in Bond Funds During a Bear Market

Filed under: Federal Reserve, Bonds, Stock Markets, Interest Rates, Investing ShutterstockWith companies seeking to lock in long-term borrowing costs, corporate bonds have gained popularity. If it’s fizzy, it’s iffy. That’s the key thing to know about bond funds this week. With drama engulfing the stock market, bonds look safe. But all bond funds aren’t...

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The Best Ways to Invest $5,000

The Best Ways to Invest $5,000

Filed under: ETFs, Mutual Funds, CDs, Savings Accounts, Investing Getty ImagesBefore putting your money in investments such as index funds or mutual funds, you should consider paying down debt and stashing away some money for retirement. By Stephanie Steinberg You’ve padded your emergency fund, paid off your debt and saved up a few thousand...

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Millennials Put Stock in the Future: How Generations Invest

Millennials Put Stock in the Future: How Generations Invest

Filed under: Mutual Funds, 401K, Roth IRA, Investing Getty ImagesResearch shows millennials have more diversified portfolios and take better advantage of types of retirement accounts. By Joanne Cleaver Accustomed to algorithms that anticipate their needs for shopping, travel and content, millennials appear to be adopting a contrarian approach to investing, preferring a more hands-on...

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