Why You Need To Practice Contrarian Investing

Contrarian investing is an investment strategy that goes against popular convention. A contrarian investor buys or sells stocks or investments when other investors are doing the opposite. Contrarian investing is an excellent investment strategy to help you find great stocks at a good value that are out of favor with the general public. I’m a […]

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3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs Recipe On The Smoker

I’ve recently bought a Traeger Texas Pellet Grill to barbecue and smoke meat. This has quickly become my new hobby. So, I thought that I would document some of my successes….and failures here on Money Q&A as I learn to be a backyard barbecue grill master. I hope you enjoy these couple of recipes and pictures […]

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How To Safeguard Your Online Banking Transactions

The rapid advancements in technology have given rise to a new breed of fraudsters intent on capturing sensitive, personal and banking information. Criminal syndicates are continually finding ways of extracting personally identifiable data such as ID numbers, social security numbers, address information, bank account numbers and passwords. However, banks and other financial institutions employ the […]

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New Survey Shows Millennials Have Little Savings For Retirement

Maybe it’s because this generation makes less money than previous generations did, or maybe it’s because Gen Y burns through cash without saving much of it. But either way, millennials are not prepared long-term. This generation is pushing back the big financial decisions in life like buying a home and establishing a viable retirement plan. […]

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How To Invest In The Dogs Of The Dow

How to invest in Dogs of the Dow is simple. Rookies to the stock market know that there are certain people who succeed. They’re the ones with a plan. They have a strategy. That’s where the Dogs of the Dow investing strategy comes in. People are intimidated by the stock market. They often make it […]

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Simple Ways To Free Up Your Personal Cash Flow

Do you find yourself short on cash by the end of every month? Are you trying and failing to meet savings goals? It may be time to reassess your personal cash flow. Cash flow simply refers to your income after taking away your expenses. Ideally, you should have money left over after taking expenses out […]

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