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Are Your Beliefs About Money Holding You Back?

If you are bravely marching forward into the New Year with aspirations to improve your financial wellness, it is important that you are aware of the role your financial attitudes and beliefs have in shaping your future. These beliefs help explain key differences between savers, spenders, and people who try to avoid money matters completely....

Ether – ‘Most Promising’ Crypto Hits All-Time High

Ether, a cryptocurrency which has shown significant promise for its strong technology and compelling use cases, recently reached a fresh, all-time high. The digital currency rose to as much as $1,430.81 at 19:09 UTC, according to CoinMarketCap. At this point, the cryptocurrency had climbed roughly 15% in the last 24 hours, additional CoinMarketCap figures show. The price of Ether had pulled...

Positive And Negative Affect Of Tax Cuts For Investors

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act impacts investors in many ways, some negative and others positive. Investors with significant investment expenses will decry the suspension of that miscellaneous itemized deduction. Investors in pass-through entities may be surprised they might be entitled to a 20% deduction on qualified business income. These changes under the new law take effect...

Tips For Finding The Next Bitcoin, Ethereum, And Ripple

Bitcoin, Ehereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and a few other high visible cryptocurrencies have made early investors very rich, very quickly. And they could make many more investors rich, provided that they continue to rise at the recent feverish pace that parallels big lottery Jackpots. But that’s unlikely, as these investments cannot defy the numbers game. This...

I Quit! – The Millennial’s New Mantra For Success

The new year greeted us with positive employment data.  All those programs and policies put in place by the Obama administration and supported by the Trump administration are finally taking hold!  And, all Americans are enjoying the benefits. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate is down to 4.1 percent. The recent...

The Hard Facts About Walmart’s New $11 Entry Wage

There’s been a heavy PR campaign run by corporations to justify the massive tax cut they received from the GOP and Donald Trump. The latest entry is Walmart, with its announcement of an increased $11-an-hour entry-level wage. But, as with the other corporations, things look much different once you get beyond the press release. In general, companies...

9 Reasons Why Bitcoin Could Hit $100,000 Or More

Cryptocurrencies and especially Bitcoin more than caught the attention of investors in 2017, they became infatuated with it. Bitcoin started the year at $963.38 and ended at $13,850.40 for a gain of 1,338%. It nearly reached $20,000 coming close at $19,870.62 on December 17th. This has led to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies getting huge media...

These Dividend Stocks Are Perfect For Retirement

Every retiree’s stock portfolio needs a few high-quality dividend stocks. That means looking beyond the plain dividend yields to consider factors such as payout growth, cash-backed dividend policies, and a high-quality business that will support generous dividend payments for many years to come. In search of exactly that kind of all-around cash machine, we asked...

4 Strategies For Reviving Your Career In 2018

As 2018 approaches, many professionals desire a new job, promotion, or career change. When you start to feel like your career is becoming stale or stagnant, it’s time to push the reset button and upgrade yourself the same way you upgrade the mobile apps on your smartphone. Every 12 months, when I was an Information Technology professional,...

Take A Peak At AMD’s Big Plans For 2018

Thanks to a slate of new products that began rolling out in early 2017, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) is more competitive today than it’s been in years. Its Ryzen chips compete with Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) in the PC CPU market, its Vega GPUs go head-to-head with NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA), and its EPYC server CPUs are in the early stages of clawing back market share. AMD...

Changes In Mortgage Market Credit Scores May Increase Homeownership Opportunities

The housing market could be on the verge of a shake-up, as well-established credit scoring requirements are being reevaluated by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), potentially opening up the mortgage market to a greater number of aspiring homeowners. The FHFA is contemplating whether to change a longstanding requirement for lenders to assess potential buyers...

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