July 2016

So we’ve gone through my active investing strategy, now let’s talk about some of my personal investing rules that have served me well thus far. It’s only part 1 for now, I will add to this list as I come up with more rules. Know how the Company Makes Money If you’re going to buy
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So I watched this movie on Netflix recently, and it opened my eyes to a different angle on giving and charity and its role in fighting poverty in Africa. Giving as most of us know it has us donating our unwanted clothing, and food to charitable organizations who then send it to places like Africa.
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We all know that stress leads to health problems and shorter lifespans. This blog is about options to riches and in my opinion, the number one item in the equation is health. You can’t enjoy money, love, family, or time without good health. So when I stumbled on the attached article about financial stress, it is
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So we’ve come to the conclusion that dividend investing is a relatively low risk stock investing strategy (when in a diversified portfolio). We’ve also gone through how to pick the stocks that go into that portfolio. Today we’re going to finish the market beating series by talking about speculation. Depending on whom you ask, speculation
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Yesterday I talked about the strategy of dividend investing, and why it works in today’s economic landscape.  So today I’ll go over how to actually go about employing the dividend investing strategy. Step 1: Use a Stock Screener A stock screener is an online tool that allows you to filter entire stock markets and pick
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Good Evening, I’ve spent some time in the past discussing how many actively managed funds can’t beat the market for a variety of reasons. I also discussed why I think the average investor should just buy a diversified portfolio of bond/stock/resource based index funds and with proper rebalancing, you should do well over the long
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I’m Back! After a whirlwind month with my move and trip through Western Canada, I can finally sit down and breathe even if just for a little bit (before construction and further tidying up happens). I want to take this opportunity to talk to people who are lucky enough to be living at home, but
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