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Fallacies of Forex Trading

Posted September 24, 2014 under Guest Posts | No Comments

There are a lot of misconceptions about forex trading because it’s really hard to find someone who can be trusted to give you honest information about it. Today, I’m glad to have Bwayan Jordison who shares in his guest post below, some of the fallacies about trading currencies that you should definitely know. — I’ve […]

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The WHYPOWER Attribute

Posted September 11, 2014 under Guest Posts, Inspirational, Life Lessons | 3 Comments

It’s always wonderful to meet people whose lives have been transformed because of financial education. They’re ordinary people, who used to believe that life is a constant struggle. But because they learned how to properly manage their finances, they now see life as abundant and opportunity-rich. Such is the case of April, who shares with […]

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My Credit Card Story Part 2

Posted September 4, 2014 under Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 11 Comments

I’m currently on vacation so I’m letting one of my friends, Carlos, share his story today. Last year, he wrote an article about credit cards, which you can read here: My Credit Card Story (Part 1). In that post, he shared how he got his first credit card, and his realization that credit cards are […]

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How to Use The Right Words To Sell Your Freelance Services

Posted August 12, 2014 under Freelancing, Guest Posts | 6 Comments

Before I became an entrepreneur, I was a freelancer first. In fact, one of the reasons why I had the courage to quit the corporate world was because I was able to grow my income from freelancing to match my regular job’s salary. And I know a lot of freelancers who also did the same […]

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The Different Types of Traders

Posted July 25, 2014 under Guest Posts | 1 Comment

Investors can be conservative, moderate or aggressive. The type of investor that you are will dictate your decisions and strategies when it comes to managing your investment portfolio. In the same vein, there are also different types of traders – both in the stock market and in currencies or forex. Today’s guest post will talk […]

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What To Expect as a Forex Trader

Posted June 19, 2014 under Guest Posts | 3 Comments

Today, we have a guest post from Bwayan Jordison who will talk about forex trading. Let’s read what he has to say below. — With its high volatility and high sensitivity to world events, people often call the forex market the riskiest market in the world. However, despite its risky nature, forex trading is emerging […]

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7 Financial Mistakes Retired People Say They Regret After Retirement

Posted March 21, 2014 under Guest Posts | 1 Comment

Do you like living in the present moment? Nothing wrong with doing that, but it’s important to realize that one cannot just live in the present moment because the future will come sooner than you think. And when that time comes, you might have passed over and wasted financial opportunities that could have made your […]

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Is 80 the New 60 of Retirement?

Posted March 2, 2014 under Guest Posts | No Comments

Most people dream of retiring at the age of 60. However, because of the lack of financial planning, many will find themselves needing to still work when that time comes. In today’s guest post, Cristina Beltran gives us an interesting look at why people can’t or don’t retire at 60, and some practical tips on […]

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Manage Your Finances And Control Your Financial Future

Posted February 16, 2014 under Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 3 Comments

If you think about it, managing your finances isn’t complicated because the things you need to do are often just simple tasks. What actually makes them difficult to accomplish is our mindset and resistance to break and change our bad financial habits. Today, Marie shares with us eight tips on how we can take charge […]

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5 Financial Tips Before You Quit Your Dead-End Job

Posted February 4, 2014 under Guest Posts | 1 Comment

How do you quit from a dead-end job without having to go through financial difficulties? Our guest blogger for today has five excellent tips. Let’s read what he has to say. We’ve all been there – a smarmy officemate, a crappy boss, impossible deadlines, and workloads. Many of us know what a dead-end job means. […]

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Five Ways to Protect Yourself from Fraud When Accepting Credit Cards

Posted January 5, 2014 under Guest Posts | No Comments

Do you run an ecommerce business that accepts credit card payments? This article contribution might help. — $11.27 billion. That was the amount of money that was lost around the world in 2012 due to fraudulent payment card transactions, including credit, debit and prepaid cards, according to BusinessWire.com. Further analysis of the gross losses equaled […]

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Tips for Finding the Best Health Insurance Policy

Posted December 21, 2013 under Guest Posts | No Comments

The end of the year is for me is not just about the holidays, but it’s also about renewing my short-term health care plan. Employees don’t have much of a problem regarding this, as it is mandated by law. But freelancers and entrepreneurs really need to consider getting one, for their own protection. Below is […]

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