Avoid These Common Money Mistakes!

Avoid These Common Money Mistakes!

Hey everyone, so as I said last week your twenties can either be your best friend or your worst enemy when it comes to personal finance. And perhaps the biggest determining factor between being way ahead of the game come your 30th birthday or well behind where you’d like to be is your ability to Read more about Avoid These Common Money Mistakes![…]

3 Money Traps to Avoid In Your 20’s (Biggest Common Money Mistakes)
What are Civil Liberties?

What are Civil Liberties?

Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “Civil Liberty” The freedom to act, assemble, think or speak as you wish, regulated only as much as is needed for the good of other people. Civil liberties are personal guarantees and freedoms that the government Read more about What are Civil Liberties?[…]

What is Financial Risk Tolerance? The REAL Answer!

What is Financial Risk Tolerance? The REAL Answer!

Today we’re talking, What is Risk Tolerance. You know, I know you’ve heard that term – risk tolerance. In fact, you may have even gone online and taken some assessment to try to figure out what exactly is your risk tolerance. You know, to put it simple in my financially simple language, risk tolerance for Read more about What is Financial Risk Tolerance? The REAL Answer![…]

What is Risk Tolerance?

What is Risk Tolerance?

Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “Risk Tolerance” Some people are more comfortable with risk than other people. Personalities are different, and there is nothing fundamentally better about being a risk-taker or a risk-avoider. Risk tolerance is a financial industry measure. It Read more about What is Risk Tolerance?[…]

FIRE: The Keys to Financial Independence Retire Early Lifestyle

FIRE: The Keys to Financial Independence Retire Early Lifestyle

Alison Southwick: This is Motley Fool Answers! I’m Alison Southwick and I’m joined, as always, by Robert Brokamp, personal finance expert and snappy dresser here at The Motley Fool. Robert Brokamp: Alison… Hello! Southwick: In this week’s episode we’re going to learn all about the FIRE movement, which stands for “Financial Independence/ Retire Early,” and Read more about FIRE: The Keys to Financial Independence Retire Early Lifestyle[…]

FIRE 101: The Core Rules of Financial Independence Retire Early

FIRE 101: The Core Rules of Financial Independence Retire Early

Robert Brokamp: Let’s get down to more practical stuff. Let’s say someone’s listening. You really have their interest piqued. What are the first few things they should do to put themselves on the path to an FI lifestyle? Jonathan Mendonsa: Let’s take a look at the simple equation. What you earn minus what you spend Read more about FIRE 101: The Core Rules of Financial Independence Retire Early[…]

Why Xbox Failed In Japan

Why Xbox Failed In Japan

These people are waiting to buy the Xbox One console. Fans line up around the world for the newest gaming consoles and products. But there’s one place that’s never seen a reaction like this for Xbox. Japan. In the early 2000s, when Microsoft launched the Xbox, Japan was the gaming juggernaut of the world. Japan Read more about Why Xbox Failed In Japan[…]

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Does Wells Fargo Need a New CEO in 2019?

Does Wells Fargo Need a New CEO in 2019?

Chris Hill: Happens every year, Jason. There are a few CEOs who are on the hot seat. We’re long-term investors, but let’s face it: over the long-term, if you’re not delivering, that means in the short-term, you’re on the hot seat. What do you have? Jason Moser: In 2018, I certainly had Kevin Plank of Read more about Does Wells Fargo Need a New CEO in 2019?[…]