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Why Professional Stock Traders are Terrified

Why Professional Stock Traders are Terrified

According to the VIX index — which is known as the “Fear Gauge” — investors are feeling calmer about the stock market than they have in 25 years. This “Fear Gauge” is at it’s lowest since 1993. And professional traders are scared out of their mind. Why would that be? Read the rest of...
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Retiring on $1 Million is Not Enough

Retiring on $1 Million is Not Enough

When it comes to getting rich, so-called experts are full of advice on how to save your way there.  There’s no shortage of articles about couples who saved their way to $1 million or “expert” tips on how to save more money. And these articles are true.  You can save more money following their...
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12 Books to Read if You Want to Get Rich

12 Books to Read if You Want to Get Rich

Research shows that 88% of wealthy people devote at least 30 minutes a day to reading.  If it works for them, it could work for you. Below, we’ve rounded up 12 of our favorite books, from personal finance classics to new releases.  Here’s to a prosperous year! Read the rest of 12 Books to...
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The Real Estate Professional Tax Loophole

The Real Estate Professional Tax Loophole

The Real Estate Professional status is a designation given by the IRS based on the number of hours that you work in real estate activities versus other activities. It doesn’t mean that you have to become a real estate sales agent or broker.  You don’t need to drive around showing people houses or putting...
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Decide If You Want to Be Secure, Comfortable, or Rich

Decide If You Want to Be Secure, Comfortable, or Rich

Before you can become rich, you must decide whether you want to be secure, comfortable, or rich.  These are called core values, or the reasons you want to invest. The first reason most people invest is because they want to feel more secure.  That’s why Social Security or a retirement plan is very popular...
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Where to Start with a Fixer-Upper

Where to Start with a Fixer-Upper

When you buy a fixer-upper, you know that there will be hours of work ahead. But it can be hard to know where to start. Not everyone is born a Joanna Gaines — the design mastermind behind HGTV’s Fixer Upper — but that doesn’t mean you’re doomed to a dilapidated dwelling. Here’s a handy...
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3 Business Structure Mistakes Real Estate Investors Make

3 Business Structure Mistakes Real Estate Investors Make

Let’s start with: Why have an LLC? There are mainly two reasons why you want any kind of business structure: Pay less tax, and protect your assets. Before you jump into creating your LLCs for your real estate holdings, there are a few things to consider.  Do NOT make these three mistakes. Read the...
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Inflation, Low Rates, and Home Appreciation

Inflation, Low Rates, and Home Appreciation

The combination of inflation and low mortgage rates usually leads to much higher compounded rates of home appreciation.  For owners of property, high rates of inflation and appreciation are welcomed and appreciated.  For buyers or tenants, however, the skyrocketing purchase and rental prices are not liked much at all. Read the rest of Inflation,...
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Demographic Strategies for Real Estate Investors

Demographic Strategies for Real Estate Investors

Sweeping changes in the nation’s demographic makeup will have profound effects on the nation’s housing industry, according to “Big Shifts Ahead: Demographic Clarity for Businesses,” a new book by authors John Burns and Chris Porter. They argue that broad demographic shifts will reshape housing in America in the next decade, creating new opportunities for...
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17 Things Very Successful People Never Stop Doing

17 Things Very Successful People Never Stop Doing

Think about the most successful people you know.  Here are 17 things I’ll bet they’re constantly doing. Think of the most successful person you know.  Maybe we’re talking about a work colleague or a mentor.  Maybe this is someone you knew growing up or in school — and you can’t believe how much he...
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