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No matter if your net worth is negative or you’re worth millions of dollars, anyone can begin taking steps today to increase his or her net worth. Whether you’re already motivated, or you’re looking for somebody to give you a nudge, anyone can make progress in this area. That’s why we’ve created this list of […] The post How to increase net worth: 25 tips to start doing today appeared first ...
Posted: Jan 22 2019 @ 11:15 AM
The reaction to Netflix’s latest quarter announcements has been odd. Headlines range from “Netflix beats” to “Netflix misses” and everywhere in between. But, I guess this is what you should expect in today’s world where nobody really does any research. The bottom line is that Netflix is incredibly dominant, and this quarter just further cements […] The post Market Brief (Jan. 18, 2019): Netflix growth accelerates appeared first on Next Level ...
Posted: Jan 18 2019 @ 3:26 PM
The Dow closed down over 600 points yesterday on news of Apple’s pre-announced revenue miss. Today, the market is up over 700 points. What’s the correct trend? To me, the trend is lower, and today gives you an opportunity to unload some equities exposure. A few reasons why: The jobs report that was very good […] The post Market Brief (Jan. 4, 2019): Selling into this rally appeared first on Next ...
Posted: Jan 04 2019 @ 6:01 PM
Is the stock market for kids? Yes! Sure, it’s unlikely that your kids are going to be managing money and trading actual stocks (at least at a young age), the stock market can be an incredible tool for teaching your kids about math, finance, personal finance and investing. If your kids are older, you can […] The post Stock market for kids: Tips and resources for teaching your children about stocks ...
Posted: Dec 27 2018 @ 7:10 PM
The big tech names such as Facebook, Amazon and Netflix have been down big from its highs a few months ago. Few people disagree that these aren’t great companies. High growth with massive revenues and varying levels of profitability depending on the company.  These stocks were at wild valuations not long ago, and there was […] The post Market Brief (Dec. 19, 2018): Tech is on sale, should you buy? appeared ...
Posted: Dec 19 2018 @ 4:29 PM
I’ve had a number of people ask, what’s causing the market volatility? The economy is good! Why would the market be going lower if the economy is good? Unemployment is low, consumer sentiment is still good, corporate earnings are still great, so what gives? For new investors, it’s important to always remember that the stock […] The post Market Brief (Dec. 7, 2018): What’s causing the volatility? appeared first on Next ...
Posted: Dec 07 2018 @ 3:30 PM
As with any article which discusses stock-picking, I want to give my overall investing disclaimer. So, here it is… Investing Disclaimer: I think marketing timing and picking stocks is very difficult. Not impossible, but difficult. I do very little (almost none) trading in short time horizons. Roughly 80% of my portfolio is in a few, […] The post Why the shift to streaming is my favorite trend, and why I’m long ...
Posted: Dec 04 2018 @ 2:59 PM
Investable assets are a worthwhile consideration for calculating your level of wealth. Net worth is probably more common, but often, some individuals will include things such as their home or automobiles in a net worth calculation. Investable assets, however, is strictly limited to things like cash, funds in bank or savings accounts, retirement accounts, stocks, […] The post Investable Assets: Why you should run hard to the key level of $500,000 ...
Posted: Nov 26 2018 @ 7:45 AM
This pandas tutorial will cover the basics and help Python programmers get up to speed quickly on this great data analysis library. Pandas is a widely used Python library in the data science field. It comes with a number of excellent functions that make working with large data sets super convenient. It’s recommended to be […] The post Pandas tutorial: A guide to mastering this key data science library in Python ...
Posted: Sep 19 2018 @ 1:16 PM
This numpy tutorial will cover all the basics of the numpy python library. Mastering this library is key if you wish to do meaningful data analysis in python. It’s heavily used for data analysis of all types including analyzing financial data. The numpy library provides the ndarray object (an n-dimensional array) for holding data. A […] The post Numpy Tutorial: Quickly master this key Python library for data analysis appeared first ...
Posted: Sep 13 2018 @ 4:00 PM


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