5 Ways To Get Rich Online

To cash in online you need to be a game-changer. When Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, there was nothing like it. He is now worth $17.5 billion according to recent Forbes valuations. There are still fortunes to be made online, and here are some of the ways to do it.

What do the Independent Inflation Gauges?

It’s been pretty interesting to see the S&P 500 hold up rather well against a backdrop of plummeting inflation expectations.  According to the 10 year break-even inflation expectations are the lowest they’ve been since the last outbreak of the Euro crisis in the summer of 2011. What’s even more interesting to me though, is how …

81.5% of QE Money Is Not Helping the Economy

81.5% of Money Created through Quantitative Easing Is Sitting There Gathering Dust … Instead of Helping the Economy Fed Has Been a Total Failure Robert D. Auerbach – an economist with the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee for eleven years, assisting with oversight of the Federal Reserve, and now Professor of Public Affair…

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    AQ wrote: ↑Sun Jul 03, 2022 1:58 pm For those already done this, how easy at Fidelity to turn off 'lockdown mode'? Is it just simply going online, and toggle the button on/off, and funds are immediately available to transfer out? Or it involves many validation steps, checking ID, proving I am who I claim […]
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    Wannaretireearly wrote: ↑Sun Jul 03, 2022 2:15 pm Recently hired someone who negotiated well. Along the lines of: I will be at this company for many years, just want a competitive base of 235-270. Had a great experience interviewing with the team, etc. We upped our offer from 200 to 225 + 10k sign on. […]
  • Re: Finances during separation/divorce July 3, 2022
    Close the joint credit card. I've seen cases where one of the party ran up debt and put both parties into bankruptcy. I know folks that spent down the assets leading up to the divorce and ran into troubles. Reduce the possibility of bankruptcy. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jefflander ... 54606a3ec0 Get your kid therapy. Everyone I grew up […]
  • Re: Nudging vs Rebalancing July 3, 2022
    retiredjg wrote: ↑Sun Jul 03, 2022 4:14 pm Well, I never said that. You are nudging, but you are not rebalancing. So in my mind, you are not "soft rebalancing". But you can call it whatever you wish as long as you understand that you are not actually rebalancing. Rebalance literally means "bringing the portfolio […]