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U.S. Shares are Steady as Earnings Continue to Impress
  • U.S. Shares are Steady as Earnings Continue to Impress

U.S. Shares are Steady as Earnings Continue to Impress

By |January 23rd, 2017|

U.S. equities are consolidating despite solid share trading in the financial space following robust earnings from the major commercial and investment banks.  Goldman Sachs was the latest contributor and remains the biggest contributor to the Dow’s post-election 30% gain.  U.S. economic data continues to be mixed, with inflation remaining solid allowing U.S. yields to […]

3 Ways to Protect Your Assets
  • 3 Ways to Protect Your Assets

3 Ways to Protect Your Assets

By |January 19th, 2017|

You may have worked hard to build a business, purchase investment property or have a nest egg for security, but there are many not so rare but scary stories about assets that disappear rapidly. Your business could suffer because of a faulty partnership or a single lawsuit could clean you out. It is important […]

Wall Street Kitchen's 4 Golden Rules for Returns
  • Wall Street Kitchen's 4 Golden Rules for Returns

Wall Street Kitchen’s 4 Golden Rules for Returns

By |January 19th, 2017|

Hello Modest Money fans! My name is Victor Chiu, author of the new book, Wall Street Kitchen – The Recipe Behind a Housewife’s 1000% Stock Return.

This new book I recently wrote contains the true story of how my mom was able to produce a portfolio with a 1000% return through the 2008 financial crisis […]

The Best Investor Considers All Returns
  • The Best Investor Considers All Returns

The Best Investor Considers All Returns

By |January 16th, 2017|

When we first start investing, it’s easy to think about investments as something completely distinct from our everyday personal finances. But as investors mature, they learn to see that every dollar spent is an investment, an allocation, a potential for growth or loss. The problem is that most people spend with little consideration for […]

Follow My Lead for Stock Market Success: What I’ve Learned Investing in the Stock Market
  • Follow My Lead for Stock Market Success: What I’ve Learned Investing in the Stock Market

Follow My Lead for Stock Market Success: What I’ve Learned Investing in the Stock Market

By |January 13th, 2017|

The following post was originally published on DivHut

I’ve been investing now for almost 20 years. That includes three bull markets, two recessions and two bubbles bursting. Yet through it all, when I look over my investments in Quicken, I see that I’ve averaged a 21% return on investment and that my money has grown […]

Gold Stocks Leading but Approaching Trump Resistance Levels
  • Gold Stocks Leading but Approaching Trump Resistance Levels

Gold Stocks Leading but Approaching Trump Resistance Levels

By |January 9th, 2017|

The following post was originally published on TheDailyGold.com

Although we expected a rally in the gold mining sector, we have been surprised by its strength and recent buying pressure. From the lowest ticks, Gold has rallied less than 6% but GDX has gained 25% and GDXJ has soared 36%. This rebound adds to the evidence that […]

How to Choose Your Time Frame in Forex Trading
  • How to Choose Your Time Frame in Forex Trading

How to Choose Your Time Frame in Forex Trading

By |January 4th, 2017|

Choosing your FX time frame is completely an individual choice. The time frame that one person works with may not be suitable to another, depending on personality types and personal preference. For someone with little patience who would feel nervous about holding out, a long-term approach would be a mistake. Personality traits could cause […]

Financial Crash Fallout Continues: US Sues Barclays
  • Financial Crash Fallout Continues: US Sues Barclays

Financial Crash Fallout Continues: US Sues Barclays

By |December 31st, 2016|

If you saw your Barclays stock take a gentle dive during the month of December, look for the culprit in none other than the United States Government. The US Department of Justice has sued European bank Barclays, after the company refused to make a settlement for alleged wrongdoing in the events that led up […]

Budget Friendly Integration: Why Your Software Must Fit Together
  • Budget Friendly Integration: Why Your Software Must Fit Together

Budget Friendly Integration: Why Your Software Must Fit Together

By |December 23rd, 2016|

There are dozens of reasons to focus on software integration in your business – it speeds up company response time, boosts system-wide performance, and improves productivity. However, one of the most compelling reasons is that software integration is good for your company’s budget. Companies must take control of their finances in the technology sector, […]

How To Better Finance Your Medical Needs
  • How To Better Finance Your Medical Needs

How to Better Finance Your Medical Needs

By |December 22nd, 2016|

When it comes to finances in your life, your medical finances can be a big portion of the money you need to live. Even if you don’t have any major medical conditions, you are still spending a lot of money on health care on a monthly and yearly basis. If you are simply avoiding […]