What you do with your money — how you spend, save and invest it — depends on where that money came from.
We’re in the longest bull market in US history. Volatility is the new normal. You just have to get used to it.
If you make passive income your mission and your target, you may be surprised how quickly it builds.
While a dividend stream generates passive income to pay for day-to-day life, what I really like is the potential back-burner to grow your wealth while that happens.
You could buy the Dow with 40 ounces of gold in January 2000. By January 2011, the Dow 30 stocks would cost you only 8 ounces.
If you want to make money — whatever route you choose — the road to profit is paved with both opportunity and crisis. No risk, no reward.
The big question now is this: will the Warehouse Group be able to leverage its physical presence into online success?
Life is about holding on to what you’ve got. This wing of the .01% has money so old that most have forgotten how it was made.
What kind of capitalism is it when the capitalists drive up their share prices rather than producing goods and services that they can sell at a profit?
The money is fake. Interest rates are artificial. Prices are fraudulent. And today, the price signals are worthless.
Hot money is only useful for speculators. They can use it to take leveraged positions in stocks and bonds — where they know they can unload them and get out at a moment’s notice.
Buying stocks or houses may have been a good plan for 1982. And maybe even 2002. But for 2019? Is the pattern of the last 30 years likely to continue?