Category: Investing

Value investing vs. growth investing

Value investing vs growth investing. Which one is better? Should you be a value investor or a growth investor. With a million questions and a million different answers, you’re no further ahead with your decision than when you started. Even though the end goal of both styles belongs to the same school of thought – to…

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top investing websites

In this blog, we analyze the Top Investing Websites out there. With 43 million results from a google search, the opinions on the best are many. So the question is: Which one should you go with and shell out your hard-earned cash for their research? Top Investing Websites: Market Watch Without a doubt, the number…

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Inverse ETFs

ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds, have become a popular asset for investors of all experience levels. They are a stable and low-cost way for investors to gain exposure to a basket of stocks, an entire industry, or even an entire index. ETFs are great for passive investors who want to just park their money into…

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Warren Buffett Investing

If you’re on an investing blog and you don’t know who Warren Buffett is, I’m not sure what to say. Buffett is our generation’s greatest stock investor. His company, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK) has a market cap of nearly $800 billion. Buffett himself has a net worth of over $117 billion, making him the sixth…

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Trader vs Investor

It seems like the two terms are used interchangeably these days. Can an investor be a trader or vice versa? Absolutely. But explicitly investing or trading is a completely different ball game in terms of day-to-day activity and financial goals. While investing used to be the default way to play the stock market, trading has…

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Dividend Reinvestment Plan

It’s time for another review. Most brokers will offer a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP) for stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs that regularly distribute dividends. Investors also have the option to opt out of this feature and invest the funds elsewhere. Is it more advantageous for investors to reinvest the dividends or to move on with…

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Best Hedges for Devaluing Dollar

We’ve all seen the headline about the US dollar: inflation and overprinting by the Federal Reserve is crushing its value. But is this actually the case? During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve certainly had its printers going. Between January of 2020 and October of 2021, 80% of the total US dollars that ever existed…

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Monthly Dividends

Before I dive into this article, I just want to make sure we all know what dividends actually are. Most of us know these as payments we receive from companies for holding their stocks. Dividends are a small portion of the company’s profits that are repaid to its shareholders. Dividend investing is a legitimate form…

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Fundamental Analysis vs Technical Analysis

What are the differences between fundamental analysis vs technical analysis? They’re two schools of thought that investors use to trade in the stock market. Is one better than the other? It largely depends on your investment objectives, philosophy, and time frame. Both can apply to your investment decisions. Let’s find out the key differences between…

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Dividend Aristocrats

Dividends can be a bit of a polarizing subject in investing circles. Some investors swear by them because they provide constant cash flow to your portfolio. Others aren’t interested because the companies are generally considered to be value stocks with minimal future growth. As with most things in investing, it likely comes down to your…

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