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SPX: Gap and Go So Took My Profits 0

As the S&P 500 pushes further into the resistance zone I decided not to be greedy and booked the rest of my day (turned into overnight) trade. Bad News is

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Intraday Analysis: SPX Pressing The Upside Range 0

Over the last several days the S&P 500 has been a bit range bound.  Looking at a shorter time frame, such as the hourly chart we can see this trading

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SPX Bulls Showing Resilience 0

After quite the bounce last night and some negative news one could think the bears would come roaring down and sell off the market for at least a day, but

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Definition of a Risk Taker 0

Investing has risk.  There is no two ways about it.  Some investments have very marginal risk while others have much more volatility, either way you need to take risks if

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Investment Returns on Everything 0

Okay, maybe not everything but definitely the returns on Real Estate and Stocks.  Often people debate over which is a better investment. Luckily, I came across an economic study that analyzes a

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SPX Teasing the Bulls and the Bears 0

The S&P 500 is teasing both the bulls and the bears this week.   After getting a nice rally into the first resistance area prices looked liked they were going to

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Upside Targets for SPX Running Out of Gas 0

After puking the day before the S&P 500 ripped higher on Friday on better than expected economic data.  The volatility has been wild for sure and the question is where

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Tenants: Your Most Important Asset in Rental Real Estate 0

When investing in rental real estate we can focus on price and location all we want, but even though we must get those right it will not matter if we

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Five Financial Books to Read in 2019 0

At the start of every year I like to share five financial related books to read.  Some are newer and some are classics, but they are all that provide some

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The Rich Get Richer – This Infographic Says It All 0

For decades now there has been the outright cry of a shrinking middle class in the United States.  That, coupled with a larger concentration of wealth among the one percent

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