“He who buys what he does not need steals from himself.” —Swedish Proverb
Because I had nothing else to do, I would waste money.
In recent past we have seen gold prices coming down and it is predicted to come down further by the year-end. where as wine as an investment is gaining momentum and expected to increase further,as per Bloomberg news. Enjoy this guest post which discusses this matter further.
Gold and Wine that have been tracking each other’s prices for over a decade have finally diverged. As a result, it is essential to analyze the reasons behind this trend as several investors are losing faith in bullion.
If you are relatively young and in good health, thinking about someone one day inheriting your money might seem like a very distant future. Similarly, it almost might not seem like a useful effort, if you presently don’t have much money. For both situations, I’ll say this: wealth doesn’t just happen.
People analyze markets in very different ways. There are those that trade psychologically, those that invest with their heart, and those that rely on technical charts and mathematical data. There are also those that stick rigidly to a strategy, those that use strategies simply to help identify potential trades, and those that would scoff at the simple suggestion of an algorithmic strategy.
Regardless of how you trade, though, you should fall into one or more of three basic categories, assuming that you are taking Forex trading seriously, which you absolutely should if you intend to invest any of your money in currency.
Winter is just few months away. Generally outdoor activities come to a standstill during winter months. Most outdoor activities are commuting and shopping trips. But here are a list of numerous ways you can enjoy your winter, staying indoor but not missing out on the fun.
After enjoying your summer in the beaches and spending a lot on holidays, you might probably be thinking of frugal but fun ways to enjoy during winter while indoors with family and friends. I have compiled a list of 101 ways to enjoy winter indoors and believe you me, most of these methods will cost you almost nothing.
It’s late summer and we have already started thinking about this winter. Here in south Florida, we don’t really get a winter. Temperature rarely comes below 50 F. But, we get the last two weeks of December off, so we travel. That’s the best time to travel for us. Also, we are not going to India this year, that means it’ll be winter for travel and sight-seeing. Living in Florida for last 11 years, we love cold, we seek snow and enjoy chill much more than any body else.
The long, cold winter month has the power to bring even the happiest person feeling down and gloomy. However, this should not be the reason for you to not enjoy the snowy season to the fullest. Treat yourself to a holiday around the country by knowing where and how to plan your vacation frugally.
Winter is the best time to enjoy a holiday with your family or friends as there are more offers given away by hotels and resorts, this is best because it will not feel that long until Spring comes along! Shave a few dollars and save your wallet from being exhausted this winter.
Identity theft is the latest crime in recent years and it is not uncommon to find this crime happening at the blink of an eye. Internet Scams and Identity Theft can happen to anyone, anytime and at anyplace and it is the time you realize that you could be one of those anyone! It is, therefore, imperative that you learn best identity theft protection to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft
Everyone has false beliefs in one way or the other when it comes to identity theft. This article strives to dispel the 10 myths surrounding identity theft:
Let’s admit it, for most of us managing finances effectively is a tough task. I said most, and by this I meant – probably 90% of us, who do struggle to get finances in order. There are some bitter truth about personal finances that will come across as challenges. But, barring few wealthy people, most of us will struggle to keep up to those. Today let me tell you these bitter and tough facts about personal finance.
Your parents did their best to prepare you for the real world. Your schools taught you to tackle any situation. Unfortunately, their lessons in money management may have been slightly off. We were not taught to cope up with these financial bitter facts that’d surely come and bite us.
Lots of young investors get sold on sure-fire, long-term success stories of conservative investors. Now, there’s nothing wrong with investment conservatism. Conservative investment strategies are usually built upon index mutual funds. I have been conservative all along, in the case of investment risk taking. I have always spoke about index mutual funds in earlier blog posts.
For those of you a little confused by the term, index mutual funds are made up of a smattering of hundreds of share portions of America’s largest companies.
Don’t you want to be rich? Honestly, I do and, I never met one who doesn’t. I never met a sage, that could be the reason. In everyday life I come across people working day and night to be rich. To be able to earn money and feel secure. Unless you resigned to your fate or, you are already rich, I bet you want to be rich. It’s a goal you should say out loud.
I WANT TO BE RICH ONE DAY!!
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