Category Archive: 9) Personal Investment

Giant Corporations Are Causing Inflation?

“Giant corporations are using inflation as cover to raise their prices & boost their profits. In industry after industry, we have too little competition & companies have too much power to increase prices. I’ve been calling out this corporate profiteering & price gouging” – Sen. Elizabeth Warren

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High Inflation May Already Be Behind Us

High inflation has captured the headlines as of late particularly as CPI recently hit the highest levels since 1981. Some are even suggesting we will face hyperinflation. However, while inflation is certainly present, the question to be answered is whether it will remain that way, or if the worst may already be behind us?

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Snap Goes The Economy

“…the macro environment has deteriorated further and faster than we anticipated when we issued our quarterly guidance last month.” -Snap CEO Evan Spiegel

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Market Perspective Is Important To Avoid Mistakes

Market perspective is essential in avoiding investing mistakes. With CNBC airing “Markets In Turmoil” every time the market dips, it’s no wonder investor sentiment is now the lowest we have seen financial crisis lows.

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Hiking Rates Into Peak Valuations Is A Mistake

Hiking rates into a wildly overvalued market is potentially a mistake. So says Bank of America in a recent article. Optimists expecting the stock market to weather the rate-hike cycle as they’ve done in the past are missing one important detail, according to Bank of America Corp.’s strategists.While U.S. equities saw positive returns during previous periods of rate increases, the key risk this time round is that the Federal Reserve will be...

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Sell Energy Stocks? The Time May Be Approaching

“Sell Energy Stocks” Was Originally Published At Marketwatch.com Sell energy stocks? Such certainly seems counter-intuitive advice given high oil prices, geopolitical stress, and surging inflation. However, some issues suggest this could indeed be the time to “sell high.” Before we go further, it is essential to state that I am not recommending selling energy stocks in total. As is always the case, portfolio management is...

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Market Selloff Into January

The market selloff into January rattled investors as concerns of “So Goes January, So Goes The Year” began to dampen expectations. Combined with a more aggressive stance from the Federal Reserve, rising inflation, and a reduction in liquidity, investor concerns seem to be well-founded.

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Binance Review 2021: The best in Switzerland?

At Investing Hero, I aim to provide the best investing platform reviews. To support this, some of the providers featured in reviews will generate an affiliate commission which helps pay to run this website. However, this doesn’t influence my reviews. My opinions are my own. The information provided on Investing Hero is for informational purposes only. Please read the disclaimer.

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Crypto’s Crash and Stocks Head Higher

“Crypto’s Crash,” says some financial news headlines. The reality is Bitcoin, Ethereum and others are down about 10-15% in the last few days. The word “crash” may seem appropriate to describe the sharp decline, except 10%+ moves in a matter of days is the norm, not the exception for crypto.

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10 Smart Money Moves to Make Right Now.

2021 isn’t over yet. So here are 10 smart money moves to make right now. Saving money should be a year-round endeavor, but life gets in the way just like anything else. So with 2021 coming to a swift, thankful end, take advantage of the fourth quarter to accelerate your financial acumen, bolster your balance sheet and successfully springboard into the new year. Tip One: Max Out HSA Contributions for 2021. A Health Savings...

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What Is Ethereum Gas Fees # Tips To Reduce Gas Fees In NFT Transactions

Are you looking for information regarding NFT Ethereum Gas Fees? Do you want to know more about Ethereum gas fees hidden costs? Would you like to know how to avoid hidden costs while buying NFTs? Since the inception of NFTs or Non-Fungible Tokens, people are always looking forward to investing in them.

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Meine neue Visa Debitkarte von Zak (ideal fürs Haushaltskonto) – 50 CHF Gutscheincode ???

Schon seit mehr als 2 Jahren nutze ich das kostenlose Zak Konto der Bank Cler für meine privaten Finanzen und Gehaltskonto. Seit einigen Tagen habe ich nun auch die neue Visa Debitkarte von Zak. Diese ersetzt alle vorherigen Karten und gibt mir nun die Möglichkeit Online-Einkäufe über diese Visa Debit Karte zu tätigen.

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Lifestyle wollen, aber nichts dafür machen? #FauleNüsse ?

Kürzlich habe ich ein Video von dem lieben Aron gesehen, wo er über seinen Lebensstil spricht und wie sich auch viele wünschen, seinen Lebensstil zu leben.

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#MacroView: MMT – When Theories Collide With Reality

Previously, we discussed Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and its one limitation of inflation. However, as is always the case when “theories” collide with “reality,” the tenants of the theory are quickly discarded.

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Technically Speaking: Hedge Funds Ramp Up Exposure

The “Fear Of Missing Out” has infected retail and hedge funds alike as they ramp up exposure to chase performance. We have previously discussed the near “mania” of retail investors taking on exceptional risk in various manners. From increasing leverage, engaging in speculative options trading, and taking out personal loans to invest, it’s all evidence of overconfident investors.

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Wieviel Geld sollte man mit 30, 40 oder 50 Jahren eigentlich gespart haben? ???

In diesem Beitrag soll es darum gehen, wie viel Vermögen du in welchem Alter haben solltest. Die Zahlen, die ich dir vorstelle, gelten spezifisch für Deutschland. In einem weiteren Beitrag soll es dabei auch um die Schweiz gehen.Kommen wir aber erst einmal auf Deutschland zurück, ich habe hier eine sehr gute Grafik für dich vorbereitet, welche es auf der Seite von finanzfluss.de zu finden gibt.

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The Lifeline of Markets – Liquidity Defined

We recently read an analogy in which the author compares the current state of asset prices to an airplane flying at 50,000 feet. Unfortunately, we cannot find the article and provide a link. The gist is market valuations are flying at an abnormally high altitude. While our market plane cannot sustain such heights in the long run, there is little reason to suspect it will fall from the sky either.

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#MacroView: Capitalism Does Not Equal Corporatism – Pt. 1

Furthermore, let’s understand what these debates are really about. The debates over capitalism aren’t about Mike Jones, who operates the local auto mechanic repair shop. Nor Annie Smith, the operator of a personal training studio. Mike and Annie are taking advantage of a capitalist economy. Capitalism provides the ability to earn more wealth than paid employment.

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Interview: Candid Coffee – Mid-Year Market Review

Last weekend, I joined Richard Rosso, CFP and Danny Ratliff, CFP to discuss the outlook for the markets for the rest of this year and take questions from our attendees.

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Taper Is Coming: Got Bonds?

Taper Is Coming: Got Bonds? The solid economic recovery and easing of COVID restrictions lead us to believe a tapering of QE may not be far off. Further supporting our opinion, inflation has fully recovered to pre-pandemic levels, and employment is improving rapidly.

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