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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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The 2020 stimulus bill, known as the CARES Act, was signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020 in order to combat the economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic which spread globally in early 2020. The $2 trillion bill is considered the largest economic aid package in US history. The 2020 stimulus bill […] The post The 2020 stimulus bill appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Apr 03 2020 @ 12:57 PM
Every year you’ll see many best stocks to buy type lists, and certainly, a few months ago there were plenty of articles giving you the best stocks for 2020 to buy. But in just a few short months everything has changed. We have a global pandemic and stocks markets are down over 30% in just […] The post The best stocks for 2020 and beyond after the coronavirus crash appeared first ...
Posted: Apr 02 2020 @ 9:22 PM
The Netflix vs. Disney conversation entered a new phase as 2020 got underway. Both streaming services (Netflix and Disney+) were launched and widely used in the United States. With the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic shutdown now in effect, 2020 is something else altogether now. So, how should we look at Netflix vs. Disney in […] The post Netflix vs. Disney: Comparing the streaming platforms and the stock in 2020 and ...
Posted: Mar 31 2020 @ 1:10 PM
Today, let’s talk about winners and losers from the coronavirus epidemic. Prior to getting into some fun speculation, let’s quickly remark that in a general sense, we’re all losers. People are sick, some have died, and the economic damage to many has been real. We’re in no way trivializing the very real, troublesome elements of […] The post Stocks to buy for the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic and stock market ...
Posted: Mar 27 2020 @ 4:18 PM
The 2020 stock market crash was related to the coronavirus pandemic that spread from China in late December and early January to much of the world in February and March. In order to mitigate the spread of the virus, large parts of the economy were shut down especially in travel related industries. This led to […] The post The 2020 stock market crash: Timeline, charts and details appeared first on Next ...
Posted: Mar 25 2020 @ 12:56 PM
When market crashes occur, the question of how low can the stock market go is a common one. Investors are scared and want to try and get a decent grasp on what the extent of losses can be. It’s unnerving to think about the wealth destruction occurring, and investors will continually ask in response how […] The post How low can the stock market go? appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Mar 18 2020 @ 1:01 PM
To document the market crash as it materializes, I’m writing random thoughts and observations in notebook format. Hopefully this will be useful in the years ahead to look back and my thoughts during the actual crash. Big picture thoughts: It’s just incredible how quick moves lower can be. We’ve essentially moved 30% off the highs […] The post Market crash notebook, Vol. 1 appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Mar 16 2020 @ 4:22 PM
When determining how to invest 1 million dollars, age, risk tolerance and goals will become important factors. Depending on how old you are, your goals and income needs might change. Whether you’re still earning money from a regular income from employment or a business will also be a factor. Your risk tolerance is a huge […] The post How to Invest 1 Million Dollars appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Jan 30 2020 @ 5:51 AM
The Trek credit card is a store credit card offered by the popular bike brand and by many local bike stores that are licensed Trek product dealers. While the Trek credit card does not differ wildly from many store credit cards, depending on your needs it may be something worth considering. In this Trek credit […] The post Everything you need to know about the Trek credit card appeared first on ...
Posted: Jan 27 2020 @ 10:43 AM
The idea of living off dividend income is an attractive one. You can sit back and enjoy life while you collect checks from your investments without having to sell off any investments. But sometimes, investors have misconceptions about dividend income and dividend investing. If dividend investing is so great, why do most professional financial advisors […] The post How to Live Off Dividend Income appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Jan 23 2020 @ 6:45 AM

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