Easy Money – What is Momentum Investing and Why Should I Care?

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  Momentum Investing, aka Relative Strength Investing, is based on the assumption that stocks and bonds are priced correctly and securities currently trending higher will continue to trend higher, while securities trending lower will continue to trend lower. At any given time, there are hundreds of millions of dollars entering the marketplace, momentum investing follows that money upwards and […]

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Bulls, Bears And Pigs (Part 1) 

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              photo courtesy of www.tradingacademy.com   Bull Markets Explained There’s an old adage on Wall Street: “Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs get slaughtered”. In this three-part series we’ll learn all about bull markets, bear markets, and how to avoid being a pig. Bear markets explained here.   What […]

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Easy Money – When Should I Start Investing?

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 When should you start investing? Today!  It’s never too soon to start a solid investment strategy. The sooner you start the more money you may accumulate for the future due to compounding returns. How do you start? Learn now before you miss the next upward trend. Momentum makes the stock market easy for those with little to […]

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Easy Money – Compound Interest Can Make You Rich

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    “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it…he who doesn’t… pays it.”  Albert EinsteinWhat is compound interest?  Compound interest or “the power of compounding” refers to the snowball effect that occurs when the earnings on your investments start generating returns for you. You make money not only on […]

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Easy Money – Saving for College

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 Save money tax-free for college by investing in a 529 plan. Some advantages of a 529 plan:You may deduct contributions from your state taxes. Exact amount you may deduct depends on your state, most range from $2,000-$10,000.Your money grows tax-free if used for college tuition, fees and room and board. You can change beneficiaries. Anyone may contribute to your […]

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