Finance

Stocks and Bonds 2022: What Wall Street Experts Foresee

Stocks and Bonds 2022: What Wall Street Experts Foresee

What do stocks and bonds look like for 2022? The experts from Wall Street disagree, with some wary and others bullish. Here’s a look at what they foresee ahead in the outlook for next year. Morgan Stanley: Seek European and Japanese stocks and bonds, avoid the US Morgan Stanley’s strategy …

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Things a Banker Won’t Tell You… But Should

Things a Banker Won’t Tell You… But Should

Banks, like any other business, are keeping shop to make money off you the consumer, which means they aren’t necessarily brutally honest in telling you everything you should know – here are some things they don’t tell you. 1. Your home equity line of credit (HELOC) is designed to keep …

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5 Key Pillars of Personal Finance

5 Key Pillars of Personal Finance

Your financial future rests on never losing sight of five key pillars that hold up everything that rests upon them, all the investment strategies in the world will not benefit you if you’re not adhering to these personal finance fundamentals. Prioritize health and health insurance Like the old saying goes: …

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Do This Before Beginning Investing, Experts Say

Do This Before Beginning Investing, Experts Say

Before you jump into investing, there are some key things you need to do that will save you from making mistakes and losing money, as well as helping you to make money quicker, according to these tips from experts. Four key steps to do before you start investing “An ounce …

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How to Start Building Your Credit

How to Start Building Your Credit

If you go to get a loan, whether it’s for a car, a house, or just for personal use, you need good credit. Credit is a quick indicator of your financial trustworthiness. Pretty much every aspect of your financial life gets easier when you’ve got good credit. But if you …

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Planning, Deferring and Saving: Patience Saves Money

Planning, Deferring and Saving: Patience Saves Money

We all know what it feels like to get your paycheck after weeks of waiting, turn around to spend it on the things you’ve been dying to buy, and then run out of money days later. This paycheck-to-paycheck feeling is awful, and can make you feel like there’s nothing you …

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Saving for the Future, or Saving for Yourself?

Saving for the Future, or Saving for Yourself?

One of the easiest ways to fail to save money like you should is to frame saving in the wrong way. Are you saving for the future in a formless way? Do you know what your saving is moving towards? If you’re just saving for the sake of saving, you …

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