Capital Growth

Stay Away From Day Trading

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Stay Away From Day Trading

Day trading is often portrayed in the media as a quick and easy way to get rich. Take, for example, the movie Limitless, where the main actor sits down in front of a computer on Monday morning, and starting with a few thousands of dollars, ends the week in up one million dollars. YouTube helps […]

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I Lost A Boatload Of Money Today.

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Let’s keep it brief, let’s keep it simple. (EDIT: This post didn’t turn out to be brief, or simple.) I write this blog to keep you updated about my financial life, as well as teach you a few things about the stock market and investing. Well, the aim of this blog post is to do […]

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Follow These 3 Financial Principles, And You’re Set

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When asking how to invest, most people want actionable advice if they can work on right now. When it comes to finance, gurus will give you all different plans, with one thing in common – they’re all extremely complicated. Finance doesn’t need to be complex and difficult. Simply follow these 3 financial principles, and you’ll be […]

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How To Invest Your First $1000

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A few days ago I published a podcast titled how to invest $1,000, or I gave my opinions on where you should put $1,000 to make it grow. This post is going to be a follow-up, giving you all the ways I would advise you to invest $1,000 in a list format. Before we get […]

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How To Retire Early, With Only $5

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Many people look at retirement, especially teens as some big, unreachable goal. Because it’s 40-50 years away, many don’t stop to consider it. They are only awoken when they enter the workforce (age 25-30ish) and an employer offers a Roth IRA, where they stop and think, “Hmm, maybe I should start to save for this”. […]

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Your Teens Are The Best Time For Capital Growth

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Financially, We’re In The Best Time Of Our Lives   Many adolescents are frustrated because they feel that the money they make now won’t be beneficial in the future. They feel that ‘living in the moment’ and buying impulsively is better than investing for the future. I was definitely one of those people, spending as soon as […]