For people who don’t have time to track the cryptocurrency market or stay up to date with the latest news, a cryptocurrency index fund is probably the safest way to invest in digital coins.
With over 1,500 cryptocurrencies on the market, it’s hard to tell which of them is a good investment. High risks often generate high returns. But what happens if you invest more than you can afford to lose?
A cryptocurrency index fund is one of the easiest ways to put your money in cryptocurrency, even if you aren’t familiar with the industry. It works like any other index fund in the financial market, except that it follows digital assets instead of stocks or bonds.
For @FarnooshTorabi, this is a major financial philosophy of hers and I couldn’t agree more! 💪🏻⠀
If you don’t have the money you want, there’s a reason you don’t have it. That’s where it’s time to get curious and look at where you have resistance or where you’re holding on to fear of having it. What are you allowing to get in the way?⠀
I'm excited to announce The Success Sessions Guest Speaker this week will be Farnoosh Tarobi, a favorite go-to money expert and friend.⠀
Millions have tuned into Farnoosh’s award winning podcast, So Money, which made its debut in January 2015. On the show she interviews leading experts, authors and influencers – from Tony Robbins to Robert Kiyosaki, Margaret Cho and Tim Gunn – about their financial perspectives, money failures and habits.⠀
Every month in The Success Sessions I invite the best of the best in PR, publishing, sales, relationship, sex, spirituality, mindset, marketing, team leadership, and entrepreneurship to join us to share their own perspectives on success, offer tools, and answer questions. (This level of intimacy is rare for all of these experts, so this component of the program is truly priceless!). Click the link in my bio to learn more and sign up!⠀
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Time is the only resource that we are never ever getting back. Life is short, and if your goals are big you need to utilize your time to be as efficient as possible. 🔑
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Today marks the end of a long road... I have officially sold my property management business and am embarking on the road as a real estate investor❣️ Tomorrow is my birthday and I can't think of a better way to start this new year.🎈🎈 Scary as it may be... real estate investing is my passion and I'm looking forward to sharing this journey and tips to helping all of you who are looking for financial freedom achieve the same in your lives! 💙 🥂
Personal finance shouldn't be a concept that is hard to understand and goes right over your head - that's why KT wrote "The Hardworking Woman's Guide to Money." With a conversational tone that is written as if you are speaking to your very best girlfriends, this book outlines the seven habits common to successful, hardworking women and covers many vital topics.
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[NEXA INSIGHTS] Meet Jim Starcev, Principal at Nexa Insights, a client experience survey and analytics company based in Lenexa, Kansas. Nexa Insights works exclusively with financial advisors and firms to provide deep insights into their client relationships, allowing firms to improve their retention and promote advocacy from their current clients.
Jim has over 25 years experience in financial services. Prior to Nexa, he founded Etelligent, a portfolio performance reporting company that was acquired by @charlesschwab.
Your budget might be the last thing on your mind when adding a furry friend to your family, but taking care of a pet can be a big financial responsibility!
Read more about pet care costs here: http://sfln.ca/pet-care-costs/ #SaskFinLit#pets#FinancialAdvice
Much of the discussion regarding personal finance revolves around investments and the different options out there. Co-Founder Kevin was interviewed by The Financial Pipeline and describes how the type of investments don't matter as much as the investor's behaviours and how Finovo helps.
I’ll start with FOMO. Fear of missing out is a powerful motivator in the markets — the idea that if you don’t get in and buy, you’ll miss out on the big rally. I believe that’s a big part of getting more investors, from hedge funds to individuals, to reduce their money market funds or buying power in their brokerage accounts and shift to stocks.
And as the market builds on gains and the financial and Main Street media reports more and more on the upward progress, it only fuels the buying. And this isn’t a new thing. Take any of the past big up market moves of the past decades and you’ll see FOMO kick in and remain until fear takes over after some big down days. We saw examples of that at the start of February and October of last year.
Next is the Federal Reserve and its Open Market Committee (FOMC). The FOMC bungled its messaging last year. It laid out the plan to watch core inflation as measured by the Personal Consumption Expenditure Index (PCE) and said it wanted to see the PCE reach 2% and then some before it would need to act. Then it acted anyway, reducing the bond portfolio and stoking fears of more aggressive actions alongside raising its target range for Fed Funds.
T1036, this is the form to apply for the Home Buyer’s Plan (HBP). The HBP allows first time homebuyers (those that haven’t owned a home for 4 years) to borrow up to $35,000 from their RRSPs to help finance their house purchase.
The HBP is a complex program with a lot of tax considerations, but it can be an extremely effective tool for accelerating your down payment savings. #financialadvice#personalfinance#firsttimehomebuyers#winnipeg#manitoba#cascadefinancialgroup