March 30, 2017

Selecting a Financial Coach

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By: Robert Gignac – author of Rich is a State of Mind Among successful business owners (and Americans in general…), there is a belief that people should be able to handle their own personal finances, make their own decisions, and implement them by themselves. Do I really need a financial coach? When it comes to personal […]

The Next 3, 5, or 7 Years: How Billy and Akaisha Kaderli See the Scenarios for the Financial Markets Playing Out

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By: Billy and Akaisha Kaderli Bitter medicine I do not have a crystal ball, and I am sure this will get an overflow of opinions from our Readers, but I am going to go ahead and try to give a couple of different scenarios/predictions of global economics. First, I doubt any of these are going to […]

Market Matters, Episode #6: Jeeva Ramaswamy Talks End of Bailouts & Manchester United IPO (8/13/12)

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  In Episode #6 of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout on August 13, 2012, hosts David Domzalski (Financial Bin founder) and Aaron Klein (Riskalyze CEO) invited Jeeva Ramaswamy, managing partner of GJ Investment Funds and author of Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett: A High Return Investment Strategy, to touch on – 1. Regulators telling the big banks they better […]

Every Child Deserves the Chance to Succeed!

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By: Elizabeth Dreckman Did you know that companies that do business in Arizona are eligible to participate in Arizona’s Corporate Tax Credit Program?  This program allows a company to redirect its state tax liability to a School Tuition Organization, like Arizona School Choice Trust.  The company receives a dollar-for-dollar tax credit, and Arizona School Choice Trust […]

Market Matters, Episode #5: ValueFolio.com’s Dan Sparks Discusses Apple’s Dow Jump & Investing Psychology (8/6/12)

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  In Episode #5 of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout on August 6, 2012, hosts David Domzalski (Financial Bin founder) and Aaron Klein (Riskalyze CEO) invited Daniel Sparks, founder and editor of ValueFolio.com, to touch on – 1. Unemployment and the potential for a double dip recession 2. The Knight Capital debacle 3. Apple’s potential stock split and potential […]

Robert Gignac Asks: How Bad Do You Want It?

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By: Robert Gignac – author of Rich is a State of Mind As someone who spends a great deal of time speaking to financial professionals and their clients about the concepts of personal finance and how to create a successful financial future, I’m often asked what the secret for personal financial success is. They are […]

Comparing Do-It-Yourself Debt Reduction Methods

Comparing Do-It-Yourself Debt Reduction Methods

By: Connie Solidad When you have too much unsecured credit card debt and your bills start to get out of control, you need to make a plan to reduce your credit card debt quickly and efficiently. While paying according to the minimum payment schedules set by your creditors will maintain your credit rating, it doesn’t actually […]

Smart Ways to Save More Money from PowerWallet’s Bob Sullivan

Smart Ways to Save More Money

By: Bob Sullivan – Tech Entrepreneur and PowerWallet.com President 1. Car pool to work or school – Gas prices continue to rise and if you work in a major city like Los Angeles, Miami or New York, carpooling or using public transportation may cut your traveling expenses in half! Sit down and compare the numbers – it will […]

Market Matters #4: ContraryInvesting.com’s Brett Owens, Facebook Bashing, Commodities, & Dividend Stocks

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  In Episode #4 of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout on July 30, 2012, hosts David Domzalski (Financial Bin founder) and Aaron Klein (Riskalyze CEO) invited Brett Owens, founder and editor of the Contrary Investing blog, to touch on – 1. The market clicking “UNLIKE” on Facebook 2. Facebook’s advertising end game 3. Investing in commodities and Brett’s picks 4. How […]

Why “Retail Therapy” Isn’t So Therapeutic

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By: Allison Martin During one of my coaching sessions, I was introduced to the idea of retail therapy.  The gist of it (or at least what I took from the description) is as follows: if you are in the midst of a stressful or unpleasant situation, take your anger (and or other unstable emotions) out […]