Investing

20
Jan
Americans’ Response to How They Would Invest $10,000 is Concerning

Americans were asked how they would invest $10,000 and given 10 different options to choose from; many of them wanted to use it to pay down debt.

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10
Jan
Best Free Stock Trading Platforms

Free stock trading platforms can offer robust features and capabilities. We look at four options that offer “free” stock trading, but it’s clear that investors should review commissions and other fees that might be included.

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10
Jan
Clink App Review

Clink is a micro-investing app that allows consumers to save and invest through bank transfers or through automatic deposits when money is spent.

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03
Jan
SoFi Reviews

This SoFi Review takes a look at what products the company offers and links out to all of our full reviews of each.

Posted in: Banking, Investing, Personal Loans, Student Loans,
Tags: loan review, ptype_review,
03
Jan
LendingClub vs. Prosper for Investors

Both LendingClub and Prosper offer peer-to-peer investing to consumers with benefits and drawbacks to consider. Which is better for you will depend on your situation.

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21
Jul
How I Changed My Principal 401(k) Contribution and Deferral

Changing your Principal 401(k) contribution easy, and making a small change now could have a huge impact on your retirement. Here's how I did it.

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10
Jul
Is Robinhood Gold Worth It?

Robinhood is a different type of brokerage. The technology-driven company cuts out overhead by eliminating storefront locations and full-service features, allowing customers to manage their stock portfolios with their phones. The end result is a useful stock trading app that provides all of the basics without any costly extras. While people can trade for free […]

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21
Jun
How to Redeem Savings Bonds

For those new to the world of investing, or just use to investing in stocks with investing apps or advisors, a savings bond is one of the safest investment options out there. Essentially, a savings bond is money that is loaned to the U.S. government for a specific term. Once that term has expired the government guarantees […]

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13
Jun
How Much Money Do You Need to Live Off Interest?

This guide provides details on how much you need to live off interest alone when you’re ready to retire, including if you're planning to invest in the stock market as a way of doing so.

Posted in: Banking, Investing, Making Money,
07
Jun
Vanguard vs Fidelity: Where to Stash Your Cash

Both Vanguard and Fidelity are online brokers that offer their own proprietary mutual funds. Although Fidelity is known for excelling in actively-managed funds, Vanguard is better known for passive investment funds.

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