Bogleheads Worship Index Funds for Investment Portfolios

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You may have heard of Bogleheads, a group of investment enthusiast who worship index funds for their portfolios and honor John Bogle, the man behind index funds and founder of the company Vanguard. Bogleheads communicate with one another in a investing community, giving each other tips and advice on investing. Some Bogleheads even get together and […]

The Benefits of Creating a Side Income

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The Benefits of Creating a Side Income Creating additional sources of income is a great way to get additional money for investment and to become less dependent on a paycheck in the future. How to Create an Additional Income Start a side business that you can operate at night or on the weekends or both. […]

Investing in Mutual Funds – Mutual Fund Basics

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Mutual Funds have been very common investment vehicles for years. If you plan on investing in mutual funds it’s important that you understand what they are and how to invest in them. What is a Mutual Fund? Mutual Funds are investment portfolios that can be made up of stocks, bonds, real estate, and/or other securities. […]

Introduction to Investing, Investment Basics

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Introduction to Investing, Investment Basics New to investing? No worries, learn about some of the investment basics. When you begin investing you’ll have many options to think about, like stocks, bonds, mutual funds, index funds, and ETFs. Before you start investing, here are a few basic guidelines to keep in mind. 1. Stocks have Outperformed […]

8 Reasons Why Index Funds Rock!

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The two safest ways to invest in the stock market today is by simply investing in low-cost index mutual funds and/or commission-free index exchange-traded funds (ETFs). In the past, the only way to invest in a fund that contain many assets was through actively managed mutual funds. Mutual funds were pricey and still are today. […]