The other day a reader asked me for some ideas as to how I go about selecting companies in which to invest. He had read other blogs which make extensive use of technical indicators and oscillators (Williams%R, MACD, Bollinger Bands, Stochastic Oscillator, etc.) and relied to a great extent on charting tools (SharpCharts, Point & [...]
I have previously written about my concerns re: consumer debt levels here and here. While I don’t like to harp on the negative, I can’t help but become increasingly concerned when I read that Deutsche Bank's chief international economist who has been staunchly bullish on the economy for quite some time [...]
The purpose of today's post is to:
- explain how to obtain a credit rating without impacting your record;
- provide easy actionable steps to improve your credit rating.
Years ago I came to the realization that proper money management means allocating money into "3 Buckets".
Low interest rates have fanned debt to insane levels. Consumers have not used the low interest rate environment to tackle their debt load. Continue Reading