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How to Pay Off Student Loans Fast

How to Pay Off Student Loans Fast

Student loan debt can be a devastating weight to carry and get out from underneath. According to a 2019 study from New York Life, it takes the average person 18.5 years to pay off their student loans, starting at age 26 and ending at age 45. But you don't have to be...

Work 4 Hours Per Week and Be a Millionaire in 30 Years

Work 4 Hours Per Week and Be a Millionaire in 30 Years

Who wants to be a millionaire? This isn't a gameshow where you have to answer trivia to become a millionaire. I know this sounds to good to be true. But check this out. If you can make $120/week and invest it, for 30 years, you will be a millionaire. How do you get to...

Get Started In Investing With No Prior Experience

Get Started In Investing With No Prior Experience

Have you ever wanted to get started in investing but you have NO CLUE how? This video is for you. It was intimidating for me to get started, feeling like I knew SO little about investing. But it isn't as hard as you think. Here's the steps. Step 1: Set up an account...

Pay off Debt or Invest First?

Pay off Debt or Invest First?

Should you aggressively payoff debt or try to invest? There are pros and cons to each method. Typically investing will give you a greater return over time than paying off debt. The market has averaged 10% growth over the last 40 years. And likely the percentage on...

Sigmon Six Step Plan

Sigmon Six Step Plan

You have debt. What should be your plan? Follow these 6 steps. Before you get started, write out your plan. Set goals for each month. Cut out your unnecessary expenses. Take any pay increase you get and apply directly to the step you are on to expedite the process. 1....

A Case Study on Amazon’s Stock

A Case Study on Amazon’s Stock

Amazon peaked at $95 a share in 1999 during the dot com bubble. When the bubble popped, Amazon crashed down to $6 a share. It wouldn't be until 2009 that Amazon permanently got above $85 a share. When the market is going down, that's where the emotions come in. It's...

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