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I’m a 29 year old guy from all over the world (military brat) who taught himself about investing. I’m not a millionaire, I don’t drive a fancy car or live in a huge expensive house. But I do have a beautiful wife, precious daughter, great friends, and a job that I love doing.

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Strive to educate and show the average hard working person how to build and grow wealth in the stock.. market. Specifically, by growing their passive income in addition to their active income, and.. ultimately becoming financially free.

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  • Investing In Your Future with These Simple Tricks
    on Sep 29, 2014 in Blog
    Reinvesting dividends, managing monthly contributions, and rebalancing tasks make the process of determining your performance complicated. Investing your knowledge in things like an Aeroplan card can help you reward travel plans for future traveling.
  • Five Benefits of Using the iPad for Your Business
    on Sep 25, 2014 in Blog
    The iPad can offer a ton of options for gaming and other entertaining activities, but this Apple tablet also has a lot of potential when used for your business. Here are some interesting ways in which your iPad becomes effective as a business tool: T...
  • Successful Investing Requires Massive Amounts of Discipline
    on Sep 17, 2014 in Investing
    A lot of people are mesmerized by successful investment track records. These track records are typically displayed in a lot of investment advertisements around the web. It’s a way that marketers can grab your attention while making you feel that an...
  • Contrarian Investing
    on Sep 15, 2014 in Investing
    If you simply do what everyone else is doing, is it not rational to come to the conclusion that your end result will be the same as everyone else? 1. For the twenty years ending December 2013, the S&P 500 Index averaged 9.22% a year. An excellent...
  • 8 Effective Ways to Handle Your Underwater Mortgage
    on Sep 10, 2014 in Blog
    If you’re underwater on your mortgage, what you need is a life raft – you need some way to get your head above water. Fortunately, banks don’t make this nearly as impossible as you might think. Stay And Pay Your Mortgage Just because you’...
  • Accepting Credit Cards: Payment Gateway or Merchant Account?
    on Sep 5, 2014 in Blog
    If you’re new to the credit card processing game, it might seem impossibly confusing to you. After all, there are a lot of merchant services out there, a lot of payment gateways, and numerous third-party providers. Which one should you choose? The...
  • An Overview Of Condominium Insurance
    on Aug 28, 2014 in Blog
    A condo is one of the best alternative methods of owning a single family home or renting an apartment. As well as this, they’ve got their own individual insurance requirements. It’s a rather daunting task to be faced with replacing all yo...
  • British money habits: How savvy are you?
    on Aug 19, 2014 in Blog
    Saving money and staying in control of our finances are priorities for pretty much every person in the current economic climate – but just how well do you get on with this aim? Although the UK is enjoying consistent recovery following the 2008 rece...
  • Technology to Run Your Business on the Go
    on Aug 8, 2014 in Blog
    If you’re one of the millions of small-business owners in the United States, you’ve seen an onslaught of technology that has been developed to make running your business easier. Running a business no longer means that you need a physical space de...
  • Three Tips for Getting your $@!# Together and Improving Your Finances
    on Jul 29, 2014 in Blog
    If you’re like a majority of Americans, you’re living paycheck to paycheck and have very little savings to fall back on if something were to go wrong. While we at the PennyHoarder can offer plenty of ways to make extra money, we also think it’s...
  • Blindsided: How to Handle a Personal Finance Emergency
    on Jul 29, 2014 in Blog
    If everything in life was predictable it would not only be a bit dull but it would give us the chance to budget for all eventualities and events. In the real world, we never know when the car is going to break down or when the washing machine suddenl...
  • 3 Small Business Resources You Must Check Out Today
    on Jul 18, 2014 in Blog
    It was reported this month that Wells Fargo has launched a program that aims to lend $100 billion to small businesses by 2018 in an effort to help budding entrepreneurs grow their business. The resource is a strong initiative that was unveiled at the...
  • Leap Into a Paperless Wallet World: The Future Has Arrived
    on Jun 17, 2014 in Blog
    The Knights Templar were associated to the quest for the Holy Grail and other true or untrue tales.  One factual bit of evidence is the men established the first ‘bank system.’  Pilgrims, traveling far, could exchange money at one post for a no...
  • June 2014
    on Jun 2, 2014 in TSP TSP Members Only
    401K & TSP Monitor This month we have the S&P 500 closing ABOVE our trading signal 401k Subscribers: I am leaving my 401k fully vested in the S&P 500 index fund and allocating ALL NEW capital into the S&P 500 index fund as well. TSP...
  • Yakezie Challenge Completion!!!
    on May 18, 2014 in Blog
    The Yakezie Challenge is a 6 month long process where you strive to breach three respective Alexa ranking hurdles of 200,000, 100,000 or 50,000, depending on where your rank is to start.  What’s important to realize is that the Alexa system isn’...
  • How Indirect Lending Benefits Your Automobile Purchase
    on May 14, 2014 in Blog
    2008 was a really bad year for automobile sales. The lower class’ and lower-middle class’ fell out of the buying market, and dealers, too, felt the pain. Thankfully, a lot has changed during the past few years and sales are starting to r...
  • Seven Ways the Affordable Care Act Can Cost You
    on May 13, 2014 in Blog
    The Affordable Care Act has been the source of much debate and scrutiny since being signed into law in 2010, and it’s easy to see why. Considering it affects what many Americans identify as a top priority and value in their lives – health – the...
  • May 2014
    on May 1, 2014 in TSP Members Only
    401K & TSP Monitor This month we have the S&P 500 closing ABOVE our trading signal 401k Subscribers: I am leaving my 401k fully vested in the S&P 500 index fund and allocating ALL NEW capital into the S&P 500 index fund as well. TSP S...
  • Why are bonds a good investment?
    on Apr 27, 2014 in Personal Finance
    I have written at length about municipal bonds and will continue to harp on this issue until I am blue in the face. I believe the opportunity is far too great to ignore. Other than investing in mid-large cap dividend paying companies I do not know of...
  • My First Investing Fail
    on Apr 25, 2014 in Blog
    I’ve made many mistakes in my life. Who hasn’t? But, the important thing is that we learn from our mistakes. In the past few weeks, (along with your founder of Brick by Brick Investing) I have been accepted as a member of the Yakezie community. A...

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