April 2017 Stock Considerations

With a new month quickly approaching it is time, once again, to lay out my potential stock picks and decide where I’d like to deploy my fresh capital for the month of April. As was the case last month, I am finding it increasingly difficult to pick a clear cut direction of where I want … Read more April 2017 Stock Considerations

Get a Tax Head Start for your Retirement Portfolio

As tax season rolls back around, it has become a prescient time for us to talk about taxes in relation to retirement accounts. Perhaps you are trying to decide which type of retirement account(s) you should have to minimize your tax burden, or perhaps you are filling out your taxes now and need guidance on … Read more Get a Tax Head Start for your Retirement Portfolio

Stock Spin Offs With No Yield

Almost three years ago I wrote a post titled, “Why I Love Stock Spin Offs.” I essentially discussed the typical “unlocked” values stock spin offs can provide for both the parent and offspring stock once the separation occurred. In general, many stock spin offs do offer great value and benefits to shareholders as the newly … Read more Stock Spin Offs With No Yield

Investment Opportunities in Renewable Energy

The following is a sponsored blog post: The worldwide solar industry is alive and well. As one of the simplest forms of electricity generation, the growth in solar energy has been nothing short of phenomenal. In Asia-Pacific, the UK and across Europe, the solar market has started to mature. This has led to some significant … Read more Investment Opportunities in Renewable Energy

Spring Break On A Budget

Spring Break can be difficult when your family is living on a tight budget. At least you aren’t alone. A recent survey conducted by the MagnifyMoney, an organization that evaluates financial products and lenders across the US, has revealed 56% of the country has less than $1,000 in both their checking and savings accounts. Meanwhile, … Read more Spring Break On A Budget