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7 Vital Money Tips For College Students
Being a freshman in a college is quite exciting. But going to college also brings in a bundle of responsibilities that can be overwhelming. The biggest challenge for a young college student is managing monthly expenses on a stipulated budget.
Why The Sudden Stock Market Selloff This Month?
February has been brutal for stock markets. One look at the charts confirms it all: We are in the midst of a substantial market correction.
The Benefits And Downfalls Of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
I’m going to explain an investment strategy that can be used by a beginner, someone who just doesn’t have time to go out stock hunting, or simply doesn’t feel like putting in the effort of grueling individual stock analysis.
5 Simple Yet Effective Ways To Plan For Retirement
How does your generation stack up? With infographic.
How To Manage Your Finances When Shipping And Exporting Abroad
Those businesses involved with shipping and exporting abroad are well aware of the potential challenges they must overcome in terms of logistics and financial management.
How To Have A More Financially Responsible Mid-life Crisis
It is a remarkably brief period of time between graduation and mid-life crisis. Your first duty is to get a job, then another job, then the one you will have for the next phase of your life.


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10 Tips To Save Money Like Warren Buffett
3 years ago

I'll agree with that, we tend to do that. It's just the human way I suppose.

10 Tips To Save Money Like Warren Buffett
3 years ago

I think controlling emotions is where the successful are separated from the unsuccessful. Successful investing is more about discipline than knowledge.

5 Pitfalls Of Procrastinating To File Your Taxes (And How To Avoid Them)
3 years ago

That's awesome! The earlier, the better...

The Most Important Article You’ll Ever Read On Investing
3 years ago

Thanks, Ayelet! I think people overcomplicate investing, often to the point of not doing it at all. Index funds are a great way to get started. From there, if you find interest in individual stocks, I would recommend it more for the fun or the game, than for the return. You can definitely profit from individual stocks, but when you consider the amount of time you must spend to do so, index funds make more sense mathematically.

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The Most Important Article You’ll Ever Read On Investing
3 years ago

Thanks for the comment, Nick! Over the long term, index funds are the easiest, least time-consuming option for investing and they tend to outperform actively trading or active mutual funds. I prefer to spend my time making more money to pour into index funds vs trying to pick winning stocks.

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The 2 Main Ideas From “The Little Book That Beats The Market”
In The Little Book That Beats the Market, author Joel Greenblatt gives an innovative method for choosing stocks. It’s pretty impressive, honestly. Here are his main ideas, and the “magical formula” he uses.
Weekend Reading: Money And Productivity - August 5, 2016
I’ve been reading all kinds of things. I’ve read a couple books this week, and over 20 book summaries on Blinkist – I still love that site. Here’s what I have for you this week…
Digit Review: The Easiest Way To Save Money Ever
"Digit" is an intelligent service that not only saves your money automatically, but it determines how much to save by how much you can afford.

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The Complete Guide to Your Most Productive Morning Ever
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A complete guide to combating your morning self, getting out of bed and taking control of your day.  Get more accomplished before the average person is even awake.  Here's a quick and free guide to dominate your mornings.

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This FREE 38 page MoneyMiniBook will show you how to maximize your finances and increase your productivity.  Money and productivity have a lot in common and I'll show you how to leverage both in this book.

You'll also get latest articles on MoneyMiniBlog, straight to your inbox, every Monday and Thursday.  You'll get secret money and productivity tips that you only get if you’re on this list and my personal email address to ask any questions.

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Money and productivity have more in common than you may think. If you really want to get serious about getting out of debt, investing or making more money, you should become a student of finances. Without properly investing your time, you’ll never have time for what’s important​. You have your own set of priorities and goals, but one thing I’m sure of is that you could achieve more with more money and greater productivity.

Let’s not get too serious here though. Life should be fun. I write all of these articles as if I were having a conversation with you and I keep them light, so feel free to jump right in the conversation by commenting and connecting through social media. Let’s learn, grow and become better together.