How to Fight the Psychological Urge to Spend on Payday

The following blog post was submitted by Nathaniel Berman of SheBudgets According to new research from Michaela Pagel, an assistant professor at Columbia Business School, and Arna Vardardottir of Copenhagen Business School, individuals across the income spectrum spend more on discretionary goods — things like clothes, entertainment, and fast-food meals — on days they get paid. By studying electronic … Read more

Contracts For Difference Explained

The following is a sponsored blog post: What is a CFD? A CFD (Contract for Difference) is a financial derivative that allows traders to profit, or incur losses, relative to the price movements of an underlying financial security. The Contract for Difference is an arrangement for one party to pay the difference in value from … Read more

Understanding Millennials in 2016 and their Financial Habits

The following post is courtesy of Tina Roth, a personal finance blogger at ProFinanceBlog.com. Her finance blog covers advices and tips on investment, insurance, budget, personal finance and many more topic for leading a frugal life.   The millennials are 19-34 years of age. They are the target audiences for most digital marketing campaigns. Enlightened … Read more

Dividend Portfolio Sector Allocation December 2015

Every few months I like to take a look at my portfolio holdings and examine my overall sector allocations to see if they meet my comfort level as to how my capital is distributed. Now that we are officially approaching the end of 2015 I think it’s as good a time as any to see … Read more