Category: Learn Income Investing

What Are Closed End Funds

So, you just heard about closed end funds and you’re wondering if they’re for you. I got your back! There are lots of different funds on the market you can buy shares in. Looking at your portfolio, it may be hard to know what to invest in next! But only one thing matters in choosing…

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What Is Peer to Peer Lending?

what is peer to peer lending

If you’ve ever looked into the idea of investing in something a little cooler than the stock market, you’ve probably come across the term “peer-to-peer lending.” And for those of you wondering what is peer to peer lending, you’re in the right place. Even though it sounds like a group of suits exchanging a few…

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What is Income Investing?

There are many ways to make money investing. And I’ve likely tried them all. There are three main styles of investing that we hear about… Value investing, Growth investing, and Income investing. Value investing focuses on buying a stock that is undervalued according to a fundamental analysis, and holding that stock until it has reached its true…

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The Stock Split Advantage

Today, we’re talking about a stock split. A market event that on its face, looks like nothing.It doesn’t affect a company’s overall value. It doesn’t affect their bottom line immediately.This is a company strategy that can strike fear or excitement in the hearts of investors (depending on the day!).But if you play your cards right,…

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The Power of Dividends

For many people, choosing where to invest is a hard decision. Should you invest in a company that may grow dramatically in the next few years? Or are tried and true institutions the way to go?Lots of people go for the fun, new startups whenever they come onto the market. That’s fine!But for people willing…

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How to Open a Brokerage Account

There are lots of ways to begin investing. But one of the most popular is investing in publicly traded stocks via a brokerage account. This special account type is based upon investing in accounts without immediate withdrawal options. You can invest in stocks, bonds, and many other markets. You can even use a brokerage count…

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