The 3 Sacred D’s Of Real Estate Investing

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What are the 3 Sacred Ds of real estate investing? There are plenty of reasons you might need to sell property or get rid of real estate. Some get unexpected job changes that require them to transfer to other areas, others might not like the way their neighborhood has expanded. Did you wake up to find a big-box retail construction project too close to your neighborhood for comfort? Neighborhoods aren’t...
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How Does Inflation Affect Purchasing Power?

How Does Inflation Affect Purchasing Power?
How does inflation affect purchasing power? To begin to understand how it works, it helps to know what purchasing power is and how it’s defined. Investopedia defines purchasing power as “the value of a currency expressed in terms of the amount of goods or services that one unit of money can buy.” So when we discuss purchasing power, we aren’t in this context talking about how much money you...
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Are Investing Courses Worth It?

Are investing couses worth it
Are investing courses worth it? Sadly, there is no cut-and-dried answer to this question since much depends on both the quality of the courses as well as the ability of the student to absorb the information. That said, there are some things you can do that will make choosing whether to take an investing class or not easier. amzn_assoc_placement = “adunit0”; amzn_assoc_search_bar = “true”; amzn_assoc_tracking_id...
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Reasons Why Labor Creates Wealth

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Many have studied the reasons why labor creates wealth. There are many economic theories–some in vogue, some not–that address this issue. Karl Marx And The Value Of Labor Karl Marx and other economic theorists including Adam Smith and David Ricardo believed in something known as the labor theory of value, which Investopedia describes as the notion that “the value of a commodity was determined...
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Should you look to invest abroad for lower risk opportunities?

The S&P 500 price-to-earnings ratio, for an estimated 12 month earning, was 22.18 as of the end of June – the highest it’s been in almost 20 years. This, along with some other measurement techniques, tells us that American companies are profoundly overvalued right now.
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