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Various Forms of Day Trading

The following is a guest post by Alexander from It has been proven that long-term money investments offer the best returns concerning the time expenditure associated with such investments. However, even speculative investments with a very short time horizon can generate profits. Day trading is one of the most popular speculative investment strategies. […]

5 Reasons You Need a Robo-Advisor

The following is a guest post from Barbara A. Friedberg from Robo-Advisor Pros.  When I mention to my friends that I’m passionate about fintech and robo-advisors, I’m typically met with a blank stare. […]

How to Allocate Your Assets for Financial Freedom

The following is a guest post from Millionaire Mob. Allocating assets is very important. Actually, it’s likely the most important component for building sustained wealth over time. If you can master budgeting and saving, congrats! […]

An Alternative Look at the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) Movement

The following is a guest post from Kevin at Next Level Finance. One of the biggest trends in the personal finance world in recent years has been the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement. At its best, it’s a passionate group of individuals seeking independence from traditional employment and a healthy work/life balance. […]

Four Enjoyable Activities for 2019 That Help You Saving Money

The following is a guest post by Alexander from Daytradingz. How much money do you use to spend on all the things that you like to do when you have some time off? On the average, all households in the United States spend about 4% of their income on entertainment. In the very first moment, this doesn't seem to be much at all. […]

Three Reasons to Love and Hate a 15-Year Mortgage

The following is a guest post from Stephen from The Fire Lane. Interest rates are rising. At the end of 2018, it is still a good time to refinance for many. […]

Protect your Financial Data With These 11 Simple Steps

The following is a guest post from Mike at Miked Up Blog. I had an email stop me completely in my tracks last week… I probably receive over 100 emails a day and this is the first one I can remember that made me stop what I was doing, re-read the text twice, and then take a deep breath. The emails reason for being? […]

Why Real Estate Crowdfunding May Make Sense for Your Portfolio

The following is a sponsored post from EquityMultiple. Maybe you’ve heard of “real estate crowdfunding” and associate the term with Kickstarter and GoFundMe (and investments that don’t inspire much confidence). Perhaps you’re unclear on how the concept differs from REITs. […]

Your Car Payment Can Delay Your Retirement By 14 Years

The following is a guest post from The Finance Twins. A CNBC headline from earlier this year touted that the average car payment in the U.S. is now a staggering $523. It says the average total amount borrowed is a whopping $31,453. Both are record highs. At the same time, there are also a record high number of people who are unable to make a $400 payment in case of an emergency. […]

Five Things You Should Know about High Frequency Trading

The following is a guest post from Alexander. He started his career in the financial business back in 1999. For many years, sharing investment ideas with his readers on his website is an important part of his life. High-frequency trading describes the practice to submit thousands of orders per second. […]