Troy continues the investing for beginners series and now he discusses the factors that affect the premium (aka options' prices).
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How often have you bought a stock because someone told you it was a good company to own? It is still amazing to see so many individual investors with such a gamblers mentality when it comes to the stock market. In this article, I will provide you with five simple steps that will help you dramatically improve the odds of making money on every trade or investment that you take. In fact, if the stock you are looking to buy does not comply with any of these steps involved it might be better to simply leave the equity alone. Here is the five step checklist that you should have before buying any stock: ...
This may just make you make up your mind to sell your structured settlement to another buyer who will in lieu of the settlement amount give you your desired huge amount in one go.
I loved watching The Price Is Right growing up (my favorite games being Plinko and the game where you punch the board to reveal the card with an amount of money listed). Now whenever I get the chance to watch it as a grown up, it is on my TV, even though it just isn’t the same without Bob Barker. In any case, I was watching recently when I realized that you could learn a lot about investing by watching The Price Is Right. (Yes, I did write before about learning personal finance from watching The Bachelor. What can I say, I can relate personal finances to anything!) Here are five things The Price Is Right teaches us about investing.
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A simple story that shows why you should invest now.
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If your bank account is looking a bit emptier than you would like it to these days, it’s best to be proactive. You don’t have to take on a second job to find some spare cash, if like many households you have a number of spare household items that you no longer use. Books, toys, clothing, and electronics are all fair game to sell online. You can buy or sell almost anything online. Take a cue from Pat Cash in this advert for Quicksales and choose a localised sales site for higher profits, or go for the big guns with Amazon and eBay if you don’t mind the competition. Before you can write up your listing, however, you’ll need to determine what to sell. The following are a few surprising items that can lead to big profits.