Setup a Brokerage Account Tutorial [Video]

How to open a brokerage account tutorial

Wondering how to buy and sell stocks? The first step is to set up a brokerage account – basically an online account where you can trade (buy and sell) stocks, index funds and ETFs. Watch the video above to get the step by step tutorial on how to set up a Capital One Investing brokerage…

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Financially Free at 40

Financially Free at 40

“Less than 1% of the population retires before 50.” “75% of us can expect to see our assets disappear before we die.” When I read stats like that, it just makes me think, what are people not getting? I think it has to do with not knowing what they really want. Or if they do…

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4 Money Tips I Wish I Would Have Known In My 20’s

Money Tips in 20's

The average 20 something year-old has more than $30,000 in student loan debt and who knows how much more debt.* That’s a crazy amount of debt and a lot of them will not be able to pay it back based off the job they get anytime soon. While my debt was only a car loan…

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3 Little-Known Facts to Get Over the Fear of Losing All Your Money in the Stock Market

Fear of Losing Money in Stock Market

But what if I lose all my money?!?? I don’t know how many times I’ve heard that question. People have this huge fear of losing all of their money if they invest in the stock market. Let me help you overcome that fear with 3 little-known facts. 1-Accept That The Market Will Crash Accepting the…

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3 Necessary Steps to Achieve Financial Freedom Sooner than Later

Want to achieve financial freedom? Tired of having to work all the time, missing your nephew’s first bike race, having to tell your friends you can’t go to the Caribbean with them this year (or next year)? Want to have the choice to be able to work or not to work? Be able to spend…

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What is Diversification Anyway?

Diversification

There seems to be some confusion on diversification, so let’s chat about what it is and how to not be over-diversified. Diversification basically means not keeping all of our eggs in one basket, our investments vary, we don’t just have one investment. We should be diversified to a degree, but there becomes a point of…

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7 Benefits of Investing

7 Benefits of Investing

If you’re on the fence about investing, for whatever reason (not sure how to do it, scared to do it, haven’t taken the time, think your future husband will do it), I want to share with you 7 benefits of investing. 1-Your money will start working for you. I don’t know about you, but I’d…

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I have money to invest. Where do I start?

How to start investing. Wealthytiffany.com

Alright, since you have money to invest, but don’t know where to start, I’m going to give you the 411 on how to make this as simple as possible. Here’s the simple steps to begin investing in the stock market. I’ve got the quick overview for those of you that want to be told what…

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4 Step Plan to Get What You Want Financially

4 Step Plan to Get What You Want Financially

Feeling like there’s not enough money left over at the end of the month? Feel like you’re never getting ahead? Want to save and invest, but don’t know where to start? These are struggles for a lot of people. i’ve made a quick, simple plan to help overcome these struggles. Step 1 – Set a…

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Irregular Income Budgeting Made Easy

Budgeting with Irregular Income

Trying to budget with inconsistent or irregular income can be tricky sometimes. There’s a lot of entrepreneurs or service based jobs that don’t provide that consistent 2-week paycheck. If you don’t know what your income will be each month, the below formula can seem difficult: Income – Expenses = Difference SInce we don’t know what…

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