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Should You Invest in Startups?

For years, investing in startup companies was "forbidden fruit" for the average wealth builder. Unless you were an accredited investor with a $1 million net worth, or yearly ...

Can You Pass this Simple Financial Scorecard?

How much can a simple financial health scorecard tell us about wealth building? More than you may think. Research by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis indicates that ...

Not Building Wealth Fast Enough? Read This to Find Out Why.

Thorstein Veblen didn't have an easy path to greatness. He was the Wisconsin-born son of Norwegian immigrants. His parents had little money and less command of ...

Life Hacks for the Modern Wealth Builder

Sometimes it pays to be a hacker. I'm not talking about socially maladjusted computer geeks. Or shadowy syndicates stealing your personal data for profit. ...

How to Become Wealthier in One Year

In today's culture, we're conditioned to seek instant gratification. Yet building wealth isn't something that happens overnight. It's often a ...

Important Advice for New Investors

A generation or two ago, the stock market was often perceived as the province of the wealthy. Average Americans kept a dubious distance. That distance has closed in recent ...

Why Buying Stocks in the Morning Could Lose You Money

When the average investor buys a stock, there are a few things he's concerned with. Namely, how the company earns money. Or things such as P/E ratio, dividends ...

Are Stocks Strongly Overvalued? This Market Guru Says Yes

Robert Shiller is noted for many things. He's a Nobel laureate. He's one of the world's leading economists. He developed the Case-Shiller Index, ...

The Common Mistake that Costs Investors Massive Money

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Wait 30 minutes to swim after eating. Subtract your age from 100 to find your proper stock allocation. What do they all have in common? ...

An Investing Fact that Will Make Your Jaw Drop

Here's the best piece of investing advice you're likely to receive this year. Forget about your portfolio. Literally. That's no mere metaphor or lame ...

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