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Best Apps and Websites to Track the Stock Market in 2022

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10 Vanguard Index Funds That Can Survive Any Market

Are you thinking about investing in index funds? Check out the popular and respected Vanguard and the exact Vanguard index funds to buy this year. In 1976, Vanguard founder John Bogle pioneered indexing, a radical approach to investment from traditional, actively managed funds. He founded the first index fund to follow the S&P 500. The […]

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Money Market vs. Savings Accounts

I understand that the idea of ā€‹ā€‹saving is not the most exciting thing in the world. ? But saving is important. That’s the difference between paying for an amazing vacation with the money you have and putting it on a credit card… to get paid. eventually. Source: Giphy.com It’s the difference between paying for unexpected […]

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This Industry Will Grow 100% in 2022 Despite a Catastrophic Bear Market

The S&P 500 index, widely regarded as the flagship of the entire stock market, has fallen nearly 25% as of September 2022. This drop marks a quick reversal from the soaring share prices in the post-pandemic bull market of 2020 and 2021. However, not all stocks are in a downward spiral. The oil and energy […]

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Bear Market vs Bull Market: What’s the Difference?

“I don’t know. I feel a little bearish.” If you hear one of your investor friends say this out of context, it might sound like he’s hungry. Or hairy. Or ready to help Leonardo DiCaprio get an Oscar in survivor. But in the world of investing, “bearish” means something very different. A bull or bear […]

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The Most Expensive Housing Market in the US Might Surprise You

The housing market may be cooling down, but many cities are still incredibly inaccessible to homebuyers. 15 most expensive housing markets in the US No. 15 – San Jose, California. No. 14 – Irvine, California. No. 13 – Jersey City, New Jersey. #12 – Boston, Massachusetts #11 ā€“ Oakland, California No. 10 – Santa Ana, […]

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The stock market and the economy: how do they differ

The beginning of 2022 was not easy for the stock market. As of June 30, 2022, the market experienced its worst start to six months since 1970, with the S&P 500 down nearly 21%. And yet, the economies of the US and other Western countries have been consistently strong, and the labor market has been […]

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Top 5 Reasons The Housing Market Won’t Crash

Real estate prices have never been higher and there are no signs that they will slow down anytime soon. While the stock market and other asset classes like precious metals have crashed, housing prices continue to defy gravity. So many are wondering: will the housing market collapse? While there is some evidence of homebuyers remorse […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Worry About the Stock Market Falling in a Recession

If you’ve been following the news (and your own portfolio) lately, you’re probably wondering if all this volatility means we’re headed for a stock market crash. Although signs of an impending recession have begun to appear again, there is no clear evidence that we are in for a deep dive in this direction. So far, […]

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Here’s How to Write the Perfect Hot Market Real Estate Offer Letter

A few weeks ago, Holly and I won the contract to build our new home with ease. We went the extra mile on our terms by offering zero due diligence, no appraisal, and of course, as much overpayment as we could afford. And even with all this artillery, we only barely matched the terms of […]

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