5 Reasons Why The Right Trading Platform Is Essential

April 25, 2016

We often read articles and blogs which discuss the merits of the correct trading strategies and the benefits of the Forex markets as a whole. However, not enough attention is given to the type of trading platform used and why this aspect is so pivotal. To make this crystal clear, let us examine the top […]

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Low Income and Unemployment Savings

October 27, 2015

Many financial advisors tell you that you should have a minimum of 2 to 6 months income saved in case of an emergency. Unfortunately, as a low income earner, you may feel that even scraping together one month’s income is impossible when you can barely make your bills as it is. Part of the answer […]

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A new direction for Step Away from the Mall – and My Ghostwriting Hustle

August 14, 2015

It’s been a while since you and I have hung out. It’s been for several reasons. All good ones, actually. And now it’s about to change. You and I are going to have some fun together. Here’s how: Many of you know I work full time as a lawyer, host two podcasts, wrote a book […]

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Hope in the Changing Financial Environment

August 14, 2015

In the early years of the Milennium the economy was so buoyant. Few people worried about their spending because if they owned real estate it was rising in value year on year. Others saw that credit card companies were presenting them with ever increasing credit limits if they were approaching the current one. 0% balance […]

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Spending Money to Make Money, on a Small Scale

June 23, 2015

Most of us are not rich, and we’re not going to get rich. But this doesn’t mean that we have to be poor, destitute, unable to pay our bills. Being broke is for the birds. But unfortunately, too many people live here as a perpetual state of being. This isn’t the way it has to […]

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What You Need to Know about This Summer’s Hottest Destination

June 10, 2015

This post is written by Charlotte Higgins Costa Rica is not your average vacation spot – it’s much more. Located in Central America, Costa Rica has something for everyone in your family, whether its beaches for the laid-back travelers or rainforests for the adventurous explorers. And the best part is, there are a variety of […]

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Finances: how to up your game

June 4, 2015

Finances are about as enjoyable to consider as enemas or Simon Cowell. But (much like Cowell himself) they’re one of those unfortunate factors in life that can’t be ignored. It would be fantastic to don a monocle and top hat, pop a cigar in your mouth and race around in a BMW every day. But […]

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3 mini-lessons in better finance

June 3, 2015

Some wizened fellow once said, “Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. But teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime.” And while it’s advice that might set vegans and vegetarians on edge, you get the point. Sound advice is one of the most valuable assets you can […]

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3 Things You Didn’t Know About Forex Trading

May 19, 2015

Currency trading has always intrigued me. I’ve always thought it sounded pretty cool…as long as you’re good at it. Much cooler to say that with food on the table than begging for change… but I digress. I haven’t looked much into currency trading until recently, sticking almost exclusively with broad funds like index funds these […]

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Are you paying too much for life insurance?

May 10, 2015

If you have a “life” and someone who depends on your ability to earn money then you need life insurance. Or, if you have “a life” and don’t directly earning money (i.e. a stay-at-home parent), but you take care of things that the other spouse would have trouble doing or affording if you died, then […]

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