Top 3 Penny Stock Books for Newbies

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As of November 20, 2020, the United States unemployment rate is just under 7%. Now, when less than 800,000 Americans apply for unemployment insurance on a weekly basis, it is seen as “progress.” While stock investment may not be a priority now for many, it is a financial instrument too many neglect. In fact, prudent investment is an important part of achieving financial security. And you don’t...

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Don’t Give in to Pandemic Panic – Realistically Reassess Your Finances

Over 840,000 people applied for unemployment benefits in the first week of October. How sad it is that 840,000 people applying for unemployment, instead of 1 million, is considered progress. The point is that the state of your personal finances has probably been obscenely disrupted by the pandemic. Don’t fall into pandemic panic. And don’t pretend everything is normal so you can continue conducting...

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Posted in: Career, Career and Work, Debt, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money

2 Money Mistakes Keeping You in a Debt-Cycle

Did you know that the average person owes over $90,500 in debts? That is because debt is a like a viral financial mindset. The average person mired in debt can only create money by generating more debt. This is a debt-cycle mindset created and perpetuated by desperation and complacency. I am not judging you. I have been broke, homeless, and it took me a decade to learn I had fostered a debt-cycle...

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Posted in: Credit and Debt, Debt, Minimalism and Frugality, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money, saving money

How Adopting a Zero Waste Lifestyle Can Save You Money

Want to know an easy way to save $1,000 every 3 to 5 years? Stop buying paper towels and just buy reusable and financially empowering bamboo paper towels. It’s an easy way to adapt to a zero waste lifestyle and save more money. Does that sound too New Age-y for you? Well, it shouldn’t. The world is running out of resources and we waste too much money on resources that can be often reused. It’s...

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Posted in: Environment and Envrionmental, Minimalism and Frugality, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money, saving money
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