Basic investment advice tells us that bonds are safer (but potentially less rewarding) than stocks, but truly learning the ins and outs of bonds is cast aside in favor of the latest and greatest investment opportunities like cryptocurrencies and junk bonds. While bonds are less popular amongst investors with moderate to aggressive investment strategies, it’s still worth knowing what types of bonds are out there and which ones might be good additions to your investment portfolio. Have you ever wondered what are bonds? In a nutshell, bonds … [Read more...] about What Are Bonds and Are They Worth Investing In?
The following is a guest post by Rizwan Virk, the author of Startup Myths & Models: What You Won’t Learn in Business School. If you'd like to submit a guest post to Money Q&A, be sure to check out the site's Guest Posting Guidelines. Now that almost everyone is working from home, startup founders looking to raise money from investors will need to do so remotely. In fact, in-person pitches may now be a thing of the past. As both an individual investor and venture capitalist, I’ve taken a lot of remote pitches since the … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Pitching Investors Remotely in the Time of Coronavirus
Have you heard the expression, “You spend money as if it’s burning a hole in your pocket?” If so, that probably means there’s room for improvement when thinking about long term financial strategy and plans.
If you’re able to make enough money to put food on the table and keep a roof over your head, you should still think seriously about things you can do now so you’ll have more money in the future.
4 Ways to Live Out a Long Term Financial Strategy
Set Realistic Money-Saving Goals
When people mull over money and the future, their … [Read more...] about
While the film industry has come to a screeching halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our film What Are You Doing New Year’s? is already in post-production, primed for a December 2020 release. Money Q&A has highlighted some great WeFunder.com projects on its website, but “What Are You Doing New Year’s?” is a feature film that offers something unique in its investment, as it’s finished principal photography, and is already deep in post-production. This gives investors the unique opportunity to invest in a film near completion, but still … [Read more...] about “What Are You Doing New Year’s?” – Film Currently in Post Production and Still Accepting Investors!
Last fall, I had tickets to an NFL game. It was freezing that day, and all my friends backed out. But I didn't want to waste the $70 I'd spent on the ticket. So I went to the game and was absolutely miserable. I hate to admit it, but my friends were right. I didn't even have much vested interest in the teams playing. Nor did I have a good time at the game; I would've been much better off just watching it from the comfort of my couch. But I was obsessed with not having wasted the money I spent on the ticket. In hindsight, I know I should have … [Read more...] about How Sunk Costs Keep You Stuck in Bad Investments
Are classic cars good investments? Is investing in a classic car the next big investing craze? If so, is it right for you?
With TV shows about finding, fixing and flipping classic vehicles all the rage right now, it's no surprise that investors burned by the real estate crash who are looking for a new get-rich-quick scheme are finding this one. Investing in a classic car offers the lure of a hefty potential profit, with a far smaller outlay of capital than a house requires. But is it a good investment -- something you should consider to help … [Read more...] about