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Kevin

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Name:
Next Level Finance
Category:
Investing
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investing, financial planning, machine learning, trading
Start Year:
2017

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Orlando, Florida, United States
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SIK (Single Income, Kids)
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Perhaps no media brand has been beaten up by the press and by consumers in recent years more than ESPN. The poster child of the pay-TV model, ESPN has reaped massive carriage fees and delivered incredible profits to Disney in recent decades. Since, ESPN was the model for pay TV profit extraction, it also was […] The post ESPN remains quite profitable for Disney appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: May 21 2019 @ 9:50 AM
With tech behemoths like Amazon, Apple and Netflix investing billions into direct-to-consumer media businesses, the landscape for traditional media companies continues to shift at an ever-increasing pace. M&A activity (e.g. Disney/Fox, AT&T/Time Warner) continues to mark an industry facing major disruption by well funded, powerful new entrants. As reports surface of CBS eyeing an acquisition […] The post CBS eyes Starz as media consolidation continues appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: May 20 2019 @ 3:27 PM
Parents can guarantee incredible financial gains for their children by beginning the investment process now. While understanding what the best investments for kids are, it’s a broader topic in the sense that there are many important facets to the discussion. Things like when you should begin investing for your kids, what types of accounts are […] The post Best investments for kids: How to secure your child’s financial future appeared first ...
Posted: May 15 2019 @ 12:17 PM
What is the income statement formula? What is the income statement formula? Let’s first take a quick step back. Income statement is one of the three primary financial statements that describe the financial performance of a business or a company. The income statement, the balance sheet and the cash flow statement are the three primary […] The post Income statement formula explained appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: May 14 2019 @ 9:47 AM
When setting up automatic payments for a utility company, direct deposit or other automated services involving your checking account, you can often be asked to provide a voided check with your paperwork. Knowing how to void a check correctly is important so that you can ensure you provide the appropriate information, but also keep your […] The post How to void a check appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: May 13 2019 @ 8:19 PM
Looking for an investing 101 book? We’ve got several recommendations for you if you’re looking to read up on how to invest. Ten Investing 101 Books to Consider The Bogleheads’ Guide to the Three-Fund Portfolio This is a must-read investing 101 book for investors looking to understand how to build an efficient and simple portfolio […] The post Investing 101 Book: The top 10 books for learning how to invest appeared ...
Posted: May 09 2019 @ 9:59 AM
Food is one of the largest budget items for just about everyone. When it comes to discretionary purchases, it’s pretty much always the largest. While large families will often complain about spending large amounts on groceries (for good reason), singles or smaller families have to deal with other issues that make budgeting challenging. So, learning […] The post How to grocery shop on a budget appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Apr 24 2019 @ 3:32 PM
The backbone of most people’s retirement funding are the tax sheltered accounts such as IRAs and 401(k)s. These accounts are fantastic, and rightly should make up the bulk of your retirement saving. Maximizing contributions to these accounts is a must and should be at the top of your personal finance priority list each year. But […] The post Taxable accounts in retirement: Why they’re more important than you think appeared first ...
Posted: Apr 05 2019 @ 4:58 PM
The backbone of most people’s retirement funding are the tax sheltered accounts such as IRAs and 401(k)s. These accounts are fantastic, and rightly should make up the bulk of your retirement saving. Maximizing contributions to these accounts is a must and should be at the top of your personal finance priority list each year. But […] The post Taxable accounts in retirement: Why they’re more important than you think appeared first ...
Posted: Apr 05 2019 @ 4:58 PM
We live in unprecedented times. At least it seems so considering how short our memories are. It seems unprecedented how quickly the Fed has turned dovish from hawkish in just a matter of weeks. After hiking rates in December, the Fed has gone increasingly dovish in order to either satisfy the markets, President Trump or […] The post Market Brief (Apr. 3, 2019): The Fed vs. the market appeared first on ...
Posted: Apr 03 2019 @ 4:15 PM

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