The following is a guest post from one of our friends discussing low-risk investments for your portfolio. While we typically discussing dividend growth investing, and have even wrote about 5 Foundation stocks for a dividend investors portfolio, there are other low risk, non-dividend stock investments for individuals. This article will discuss five of those other options. Please see the following article to learn more! Continue reading
The following post is a guest blog post from one of our good friends, Taylor, and he offers a unique perspective about student loans and will provide some great tips about taking out student loans! We don’t traditionally have these, but we always enjoy reading a different perspective and other avenues to take to become Financially Free! Please see the post below and we thought it could be for something of consideration:
Student loans are unavoidable now that the college fees are skyrocketing and with students wanting to get in the top-ranked colleges. However, when students take loans, it does not end there because then there is the matter of loan repayments. If you take out loans wisely and with some tips in mind, you may be able to manage them after graduation. Please see the following article for more information about student loans.
The following post is a guest blog post from one of our good friends and he offers a unique-alternative to the traditional form of dividend investing. We don’t traditionally have these, but we always enjoy reading a different perspective and other avenues to take to become a dividend investor! Please see the post below and we thought it could be for something of consideration:
As some of you might know, investing has been made far more accessible to the public through the rise of robo-advisors. Each of these companies have their own investing philosophy and use technology to select a mix of ETFs depending on their clients needs. This option is ideal for people who don’t have the time or expertise to do it successfully themselves, or simply do not have enough wealth to have it professionally managed. Companies like Betterment and Wealthfront have been creating portfolios for clients as early as 2008, so this approach is nothing too new.
This is a guest contribution by Nick McCullum of Sure Dividend.
When investors can identify trends that either increase returns or reduce risk, it is wise to implement them into their investment strategies.
With that said, implementing positive market anomalies is usually not hard. Rather, the difficulty lies in finding them.
Two of the most straightforward improvements that investors can make to their investment strategies are:
- minimize investment fees
- invest for the long-term
This article will describe how each of these techniques can improve investment performance and provide actionable tips on how to implement them into your personal investment strategy.