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otherJohn Schmoll presents Should You Pay Off Debt or Invest in the Stock Market First? posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "There can be a fine balance between paying off debt or investing in the stock market first. The truth is that it’s a personal decision and one that will aid your wealth building, debt reduction and saving for retirement at the same time"
stocksJohn Schmoll presents How to Invest in the Stock Market With Little Money posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "Many believe that you need to have a lot of money before you can begin investing in the stock market. That, however, is a myth. By starting out with a little, you can begin to develop your investing discipline, but you also begin your path to growing wealth sooner."
Matt Becker presents The Real Risk of Investing in the Stock Market posted at Mom and Dad Money, saying, "Investing in the stock market carries with it a very large risk, one that is rarely talked about in the financial media. Today I want to address that risk head-on so we can all understand exactly what we're getting into when choosing to invest in the stock market."
Bryan Chau presents Celebrating Labor Day Weekend – My Gift To You! posted at Success Pen Pal, saying, "labor day, history, stocks, investing, success, strategies, top picks, multiple streams of passive income, etc."
tipsTodd presents The Short and Sweet Guide to Target Retirement Funds posted at Fearless Men, saying, "How to make Target Retirement Funds work for your financial stability and retirement. Invest now and invest early!"
Gary presents How To Get Out Of Jury Duty posted at Gajizmo, saying, "No one really enjoys jury duty, but it is part of our civic duty and we should all contribute to our democracy regularly. However, what happens when your jury summons comes at an inconvenient time in your life, especially when it can mess up your earnings and financial stability? In this guide, we explain ways to get out of jury duty legitimately."
tutorialTodd presents Bid and Ask | Understand These Terms Before Trading Stocks posted at All Things Finance, saying, "An uneducated investor may get lucky a few times, making profitable trades without knowing what these terms mean. Eventually though, this person will get burned and their luck will run out. As an investor, you MUST know what the bid and ask are and how a trade is executed. This could mean the difference between a great trade and a horrible one. If anything else, it will save you a call to your broker asking why your trade has not gone through."
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