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Active Trading?

by Luke Landes

I added a link in my sidebar to an Exceptional Blog called The Kirk Report. The author, Charles Kirk, appears to be an accomplished investor. For the last few years, the amount of time I’ve spent thinking about wealth expansion and making a comfortable living, I’ve been following the theory of passive investing, that is ... Continue reading this article…

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The Power of Residual Value

by Luke Landes

MSN Money – 10 cars that lose value fastest – Save on a Car Do you own a car that retains a good portion of its value over time or does your car depreciate fast? This article gives some insight and informs the reader about situations where depreciation doesn’t matter as much. An additional article ... Continue reading this article…

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If I Were Suddenly A Rich Man

by Luke Landes

Ask the Expert: Investing a windfall – Jan. 16, 2004 Here are some tips for a course of action when you receive a large sum at once, a problem most people would be interested in having. The author invokes Eminem while cautioning against financial advisors.

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Buy and Hold Cold Cuts

by Luke Landes

MSN Money – Why buy and hold is baloney Well, I’ve been operating under a “buy and hold” strategy for my investments over the last year. It seems the easiest to do without a major time commitment, with a stable return which has historically proven to be good. Yes, I know that “past performance does ... Continue reading this article…

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Six Tips For Investing Beginners

by Luke Landes

Fool.com: 6 Investing Lessons Learned [Commentary] September 29, 2003 User ID: flexo[at]fiveandtwenty.com Password: flexoweb Matt Richey leaves us with some advice he has learned over the years. This is beneficial for anyone who wants to enter the stock market. Most people go in blindly, buying stocks they don’t really know much about. Matt emphasizes the ... Continue reading this article…

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The Lesser of All Evils: Mutual Funds

by Luke Landes

The Bottom Line: Why I’m sticking with funds – Sep. 8, 2003 There have been stories in the news lately of mutual fund managers taking part in some unfair practices. In one case, some traders were allowed to purchase or sell shares of a fund after closing time at the day’s price instead of at ... Continue reading this article…

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Is The Financial Degree Woth It?

by Luke Landes

Do graduates of economics and similar courses have an edge over the layman? When it comes to investing, the results aren’t clear whether one is more successful with or without a financial-related degree. That’s probably true in most facets of life. However, the degree can help the initial success come a lot sooner. The author ... Continue reading this article…

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Investing as a Couple

by Luke Landes

If I had a dime for every article on personal financial issues for couples (married or otherwise), I would be rich. This article shows an example of a newlywed couple determining how to invest $20,000 previously not in a diversified portfolio. The article cites MSN’s previous articles on finance for couples. Romance can wait; first, ... Continue reading this article…

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