Techniques to Pick Winning Stocks

Picking strong companies to buy shares of stock can seem difficult especially with the current market being as inflated as it is. Finding individual stocks to buy at a discount is possible by sticking to the fundamentals. This means finding well-established companies that have been around for many years with good track records of past success. Many people become emotional investors and buy whatever the media is selling them. They hear in the news and media a stock is taking off, so they decide to […]

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Get More Done with Less Distractions

We see and experience them every day and they’re everywhere. Their mission is to make you less productive. They come in different shapes and sizes. They can be addicting and hard to resist. They’re in your home, your office, all over the web, and on our phones. Some may have conditioned you to believe they’re helpful and productive. They can be pleasurable in the short-term but stall success in the long-term. They murder time and kill productivity. So what are these horrible things? They’re called […]

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Term Life Insurance vs. Permanent Life Insurance

If you’re thinking about starting a life insurance policy you’re going to have many options depending on the company you go through and how you want your policy set up. There are different ways to set up a life insurance policy and different types of policies to choose from. The two main types are Term life Insurance and Permanent life Insurance.   Term Life Insurance   Term life insurance policies are just what their name says, the policies are effective for a term of time or […]

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Unconventional Investing

Once in a while, here at Oddballwealth.com we like to think outside the box. We have all heard of the common or conventional ways to invest your money whether it’s with mutual funds, ETFs (exchange-traded funds), 401k, IRAs, or individual stocks and equities. Although, it’s nice to sometimes think “outside the box”, when it comes to places or things to invest your money in. What is an Investment? An investment can be just about anything that you hold and expect to get a return on […]

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An Example of an Elevator Pitch

Here’s an elevator pitch that I constructed in college for an Elevator Pitch Competition I was in. Feel free to use it as a reference when crafting your own pitch. One thing you’ll notice when you read this pitch is that it’s under 60 seconds. My Elevator Pitch Example “Hello, my name is Tyler. I’m a senior at the University of Wisconsin completing a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management and a minor Accounting. I’m interested in a career in the finance […]

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