Have you ever gone shopping for a cell phone and get the sense the salesperson you were dealing with was overzealous about a particular brand?
Ever felt pushed hard toward a certain brand even though you perceived it as being inferior to other available options?
The salesperson shouted from the rooftops about all the benefits of such and such phone while tearing down a competitor’s phone. Meanwhile, drawbacks of the featured phone were completely ignored.
Which investment does 145 years of data prove to be better?
Every asset class and company has their reasons for why they are unequivocally the correct choice for investors. In an environment like this, it is natural to become distrustful and overwhelmed.
Many fall prey to the common misconception that setting up an IRA and investing money in it will ensure you will be taken care of when retirement rolls around.
The sad truth is, just because you fund an IRA doesn’t mean you’ll have enough to retire with when the time arrives. The fact is, many households (35%) do not even have a retirement savings plan such as an IRA. The ones that do have retirement plans underutilize them.
Aging is inevitable, and part of the American Dream is to be able to retire when we reach our golden years, or earlier, with financial security.
One of the hottest topics in the financial world is passive income. It seems like almost everyone in this space is reading, writing, and working towards it. So what exactly is passive income? In short, passive income is cash flow generated from investments without you actively working for it. It is essential for generating wealth and financial security.
Real estate pundits love to talk about millennial population trends and how to tailor your investments to profit from them.
One of the most common examples is younger people plan to rent rather than buy, at least in the near future. What almost nobody is talking about, yet, is the fact that many Baby Boomers are set to follow this same trend and here’s why…