Why Start With Paper Trading?

by Justin Weinger on January 23, 2017

ShareTweet Lots and lots of aspiring day traders have stars and dollar signs in their eyes. Jumping into the daily trading of stocks with serious ideas about making serious profits right away. And they lose their shirt on the first day, in the first week, after the first month. What they never knew about, what […]

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Good News for Consumers Who Love Their 401(k)

by Justin Weinger on May 3, 2015

ShareTweet There’s good news from the Internal Revenue Service (surprise!) for people who stuff as much money as possible into their 401(k) retirement accounts; starting this year the contribution limit has been augmented to $18,000, an increase of $500. Even more good news for American workers who are 50 years of age and older is that the […]

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Avoid These Mistakes That Could Put a Dent in Your 401(k)

by Justin Weinger on April 28, 2015

ShareTweet Recent swings in the market have been so overwhelming that some investors are simply incredulous and completely unsure of what to do. A recent report by Aon Hewitt in October 2014 showed that consumers were favoring fixed income or bond funds over equity or stock funds as the “go to” investments for their 401(k) […]

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ShareTweet If you’re new to investing in the stock market then it’s possible that you don’t know just how many different ways there are to invest, and make money, in the market. Below is a brief look at popular strategies that many investors are using right now and that you can use yourself to take […]

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