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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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Disney (DIS) investors have long praised the Disney dividend that is paid on a semi-annual basis for shareholders, but have recent moves by the media and entertainment conglomerate put the Disney dividend in a more “back seat” position? As Disney positions itself for the next era of media and entertainment consumption, the company has made […] The post Disney Dividend: Analysis, amount and payout schedule appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Jan 13 2020 @ 5:39 PM
The Ford dividend is a maybe component of why investors and shareholders buy and hold Ford (F) stock. In this article, we’ll look at every aspect of the Ford dividend including its sustainability, how often it’s paid, how much is paid out on a regular basis and more. We’ll also take a look at dividend […] The post Ford Dividend: Analysis, amount and payout schedule appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Dec 31 2019 @ 4:39 PM
Hurricane Charley was the first of four major hurricanes to impact the state of Florida in 2004. The other storms were Frances, Ivan and Jeanne. Charley existed during the timeframe of August 9 to August 15 during the 2004 Atlantic hurricane season. It peaked at a category 4 hurricane and had sustained winds at 150 […] The post Hurricane Charley: Timeline, facts, damage caused appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Dec 27 2019 @ 1:12 PM
Retirement – it’s something that most of us are planning at some point in our future. But while the idea of never having to work again is enticing, getting there can be a real challenge. After all, making sure you have enough money week-to-week is hard enough, let alone putting aside enough money every paycheck […] The post How long will your retirement savings last? appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Dec 19 2019 @ 3:34 PM
If you have a goal of amassing a specific sum down the road, say a year from now, or five years from now, breaking that down into regular savings goals (weekly, monthly, etc.) can be a useful approach to hit your goals. To put it more simply, if you want to save $10,000 over the […] The post How to calculate how much you need to save and invest each week ...
Posted: Dec 17 2019 @ 1:42 PM
Setting goals is an important step in financial planning. If you don’t map out specific goals, it can be hard to make significant progress in your financial life. Writing out example goals can give you a framework upon which you can set budgets, set savings schedules, make decisions and more. Without it, you’re flying blind […] The post A guide to making (and hitting) your short-term and long-term financial goals appeared ...
Posted: Dec 12 2019 @ 4:34 PM
The gross domestic product (GDP) is one of the most commonly cited economic indicators of economists, investors and policymakers. Real GDP is an offshoot of the standard GDP metric that provides clarity on the economic health of a nation while factoring in inflation and prices. As such, knowing how to calculate real GDP is extremely […] The post How to calculate real GDP with the real GDP formula appeared first on ...
Posted: Nov 19 2019 @ 9:52 PM
Retiring early is a dream for many individuals, but knowing how to retire at 50 escapes many. To be able to take a step back either partially or fully from traditional employment or a job and enjoy these years of your life is obviously something most desire. Unfortunately for many, by the time they have […] The post How to retire at 50: A complete guide to retiring early appeared first ...
Posted: Nov 19 2019 @ 4:37 AM
Hurricane Gustav was a disastrous storm that hit the coast of Louisiana in 2008. It caused billions in damage and significant loss of life. Gustav caused damage and casualties in Haiti, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and more. It’s estimated that damages caused by hurricane Gustav total more than $8 billion. Hurricane Gustav formed in […] The post Hurricane Gustav: Timeline, facts, damage caused appeared first on Next Level Finance. ...
Posted: Oct 16 2019 @ 9:55 AM
Determining how much you make an hour is an important consideration when you’re employed via salary. It’s useful for a number of reasons. First, you may need to compare the hourly wage of your new salaried position against a previous job held in which you were paid hourly. Secondly, you may need to know your […] The post How to calculate how much you make an hour appeared first on Next ...
Posted: Oct 15 2019 @ 5:23 PM

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