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This is a scenario I’ve put a lot of thought in, because frankly, this is my situation. Attempting to time the market is really hard for a number of reasons that I’m not going to get into here (google it, there’s plenty out there on it). But I also don’t go to the other extreme […] The post Case study: I’m in accumulation mode and nervous about how high the stock ...
Posted: Mar 14 2019 @ 11:36 AM
Credit card churning is a unique strategy in which individuals attempt to maximize credit card signup bonuses and other credit card related rewards through opening and closing multiple credit cards over time. This guide will explain how to execute a credit card churning strategy, explain the risks and provide some specific examples based on the […] The post Credit card churning guide: How to maximize bonuses and rewards appeared first on ...
Posted: Mar 14 2019 @ 5:55 AM
For parents considering the future costs of college for their children, the question of how much to save for college is a common one. While the headlines scream about ever-increasing costs for higher education, for all but those with high incomes, saving for 100% of college for all of their children might be impossible. Moreover, […] The post How much to save for college? appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Feb 25 2019 @ 10:56 AM
Walmart delivered another great quarter which saw two of the main indicators that move the stock get reported in a positive fashion. Those numbers are US comp sales and ecommerce sales. In simple terms, revenue at US stores is up, and Walmart continues to deliver gains in ecommerce showing that Walmart, at a minimum, isn’t […] The post Market Brief (Feb. 19, 2019): Is Walmart catching up to Amazon? appeared first ...
Posted: Feb 19 2019 @ 2:36 PM
The tax cost ratio measures how much a fund’s annual return is impacted by taxes that the investors must pay on dividends, distributions and capital gains returned during the year. Like the expense ratio, the tax cost ratio is a variable that investors must consider when choosing which funds to invest in and what types […] The post Understanding the tax cost ratio appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Feb 05 2019 @ 11:07 AM
Health sharing ministries, commonly referred to as medishare plans, have grown in increasing popularity in recent years as traditional healthcare insurance plans have seen their costs rise dramatically. The Affordable Care Act (ACA, also referred to as ObamaCare) also led to an increase in medishare participation for a number of reasons. Regardless of political affiliation, […] The post Medishare Reviews: A guide to choosing the right health sharing ministry appeared first ...
Posted: Feb 01 2019 @ 2:46 PM
Back in mid December, I wrote the market brief talking about how tech is on sale, and asked the question if you should be buying at these levels. Specifically, about Facebook, I wrote the following: Now, with that out of the way, it’s definitely a great time to buy these stocks. Recently I filtered through […] The post Market Brief (Jan. 31, 2019): Facebook pops, again proving that investors should ignore ...
Posted: Jan 31 2019 @ 12:12 PM
Ford announced its earnings after market close last night, and there wasn’t much to note. The company is in the midst of a massive restructuring after years of pretty mediocre execution in the auto sector. In the summer of 2018, the stock took a big hit. Ford has struggling businesses around the globe, while its […] The post Market Brief (Jan. 24, 2019): Ford (F) as an example of a downtrodden, ...
Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 11:11 AM
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


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