Finding the Best Secured Loan for Your Money

July 28th, 2014 — 01:44 am
If you're looking for a secured loan, there are several options available to you. Most banks and finance companies will issue a secured loan to people with good or bad credit… since the loan is secured, there is a much lower chance of them losing their money if the borrower is unable to repay the loan. Let's take a closer look at secured loans, examining how they work and some of the different types of loans available from different lenders. A matter of collateral A secured loan is ...
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Getting the Best Homeowner Loan for Your Money

July 27th, 2014 — 01:53 am
With so many lenders out there, it can be hard to tell if you're getting the best homeowner loan for your money. Banks, finance companies, and online lending services all offer competing loans, but determining which offers you the best homeowner loan can be tricky. The best way to figure out which option is best for you is to look at the rates and terms of each type of lender, compare them, and see which one offers you the best homeowner loan for the equity that you have in your house. ...
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July 26th, 2014 — 01:58 am
First Published in the Balanced Report Summer 1992 Today it is possible to have an investment portfolio without paying for it. In fact, the Government will buy it for you. Due to some innovations to the investment industry it is possible to use collateral to buy an investment portfolio. We then use the investment portfolio to service the debt and the tax refunds to pay off the loan. Sound too good to be true? Read on! With interest rates now lower than they have been for many years it is now ...
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Top 10 Ways Managing Your Money Is Just Like Riding a Bike

July 25th, 2014 — 02:01 am
An avid cyclist and bike racing fan, I sit transfixed during the many hours of Tour de France coverage every July when the race rolls around. This year, during some of the less-than-scintillating early miles of the sprint stages, my mind wandered a bit, and it occurred to me that there are some interesting parallels between winning the Tour de France and winning at personal finance. Having watched Lance Armstrong pull off the win for 7 years in a row, I’ve compiled this list of the Top 10 ...
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Playing With Money To Make More

July 24th, 2014 — 01:58 am
Ready to start playing with your money? Not interested in complicated businesses or boring bank C.D.'s? Here are some methods that aren't quite a business because you can do them once, or just when you feel like it. Start small and the risk is small. Loan Sharking Years ago a friend got a good job when I loaned him $300 to buy the necessary tools. I charged a $6 per week loan fee (don't call it interest) until he paid in full. That's more than 100% annual interest, and yes, we're still friends. ...
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Your Mother Could Make Money In Forex Trading

July 23rd, 2014 — 01:41 am
The question would be not whether she could but rather would she enter the Forex trading market. The Forex day trading arena is a veritable snake pit ripe for scam artists to bilk money out of unwary investors. On the other hand, it is a forum for educated traders with the correct education, tools, and trading strategy to make a handsome income. Becoming a successful Forex trader basically comes down to four things; 1) attaining the correct education, 2) using Forex tools which 3) use your own ...
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Don't Lose All Your Money

July 22nd, 2014 — 01:42 am
That sounds like good advice doesn't it? Don't lose all your money. After all what is an investor without funds in the brokerage account? Hint: BROKE! On the subject of investing, this means getting out of a trade when it goes against you. Don't lose all your money. This is the MOST important thing any investor can do. Cut your losses before you're broke. It's easy to do, but some investors find it hard to implement. Don't become so attached to your buying decision that you ignore this ...
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Saving and Making Money

July 21st, 2014 — 01:37 am
The first and most basic step to financial wealth is having a checking or saving account. This sets the stage for future endeavors, such as investing, homebuying, etc. Many people are unable or locked out to do this due to past bank situations. Some mistrust the financial institution and hide their money around the house. Others use money orders or cash for method of payment. This group of the population is often referred to as the unbanked. There are thousands upon thousands of people in the ...
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Making Money In Real Estate - 10 Basic Ways

July 20th, 2014 — 01:40 am
Making money in real estate is an endless topic that includes all the various types of real estate investments. There is land, apartment buildings, homes, commercial buildings and more. Whatever the type however, you'll make your profits in some of the basic ways listed below. Use this list to get yourself thinking of the possibilities. 1. Appreciation. Making money in real estate can be as simple as holding on and waiting. To really get the most appreciation in value, however, you should buy ...
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The time value of money

July 19th, 2014 — 01:37 am
It is very important for one to understand the time value of money. Especially we should let our next generation know about it. As the sea wave keeps on coming without any hesitation, life also flows on. It is important to make a child understand about the journey of time along with the changing value of life. Do you see people using the old coins nowadays? I am sure you do not. But you remember them as your grandmas must have kept a few. This paisa is to be kept in with you only as they are ...
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