TWO FOR THE MONEY
TWO FOR THE MONEY by Al Thomas Look back over the years and try
to remember how many different stocks and mutual funds you have
owned. Suppose you had owned only 2 different equities during
that entire time. One when the market was going up and the other
when the market was going down. And you always make money in
both directions probably doubling your money every 4 to 5 years.
You don't believe it. Follow along and I will prove YOU can do
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Top 10 tips to save money on your car insurance
So, your car insurance is up for renewal'but the premium has
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Structured Settlement Payments - The Who and The What
align="left">A structured settlement is a series of payments
made over a period of time. People usually get them as a result
of a lawsuit. For various reasons, people who receive these
payments, sometimes wish to cash them out and get a lump sum
payment. There are a number of companies around who are willing
to do this. You may have even seen these offers
on TV. Apparently, this situation is more prevalent than one
might think. It's also profitable for the companies who offer
this service. ...Read More
Note Basics 101- Selling Your Mortgage Note
A basic understanding of what note investors look for when
The first thing you want to understand are the basic categories
of mortgage notes.
They are: Residential, Mobile Home, Commercial and Vacant Land
Recognize that in certain parts of the country they are referred
to using slightly different terms but nonetheless, they can all
be categorized as one of the above mentioned.
are notes created from the sale of residential properties, like:
Houses, ...Read More
Structured Settlement or a One-Time Lump Sum Payment?
If you are involved with a legal decision, financial claim or
insurance arrangement, the financing process to settle and
resolve the claim can often take two forms. Either a one-time
lump sum payment, or a long-term periodic series of deferred
structured settlement payments. But which is best for your
situation? Learn more at http://www.settlements-i.com
A structured settlement involves a financial or insurance
arrangement which includes a periodic stream of payments, that a
claimant or ...Read More
Smart Day Trading strategies to help you make money in the stock
Learn how to day trade stocks with momentum every day in a
Most stock traders know that momentum trading can be a very
profitable activity. You can make big amounts of cash in a short
period of time. The problem is, that if you don't know what
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How To Make Money Online
Selling on eBay can be very profitable, and is a great way to
make some extra cash, or even turn it into a full-time business.
If you're retired, or a stay at home Mom or Dad, or are in the
market for a part time job you simply have to consider becoming
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2. You don't have to worry about how you're going to get heavy
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How to Save Money on Air Fares
Unless you are a frequent business flyer and have your air fares
paid for by a company you will need to consider how to save
money on air fares.
There is a wide variety of air fares available to travelers.
Here are some useful tips on how to save money when booking air
Be flexible in your travel plans in order to get the lowest
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the week (often Tuesday through Thursday, or Friday night
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The Key to Selling Short
Q: Why is it some advisers and brokers regularly recommend
selling options while others recommend never doing it?
A: Short selling options has always been a controversial topic.
There are some that think it should never be done and others
that swear by it.
In the negative camp is the argument of 'unlimited risk'. I will
go so far to say a short option can have significant risk, but
never unlimited risk. If a position starts losing and keeps
losing, you would have to be silly or in a coma not to ...Read More
A Simple Secret Way to make money on Ebay
Making money on Ebay can seem difficult, to say the least. Yet
at the same time you hear fabulous stories of people who have
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As you will have noticed, there are basically 3 types of sellers
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Learn About the Zero Money Down Mortgage Loans That Can Land You
The allure of being able to buy a home with 'Zero Money Down'
can be pretty strong if you're short on down payment cash. Real
Estate investors who buy homes and flip them for a profit are
also attracted to these types of loans because they reduce the
amount of capital that is tied up in their property portfolio.
Is this a case of 'Sounds too good to be true?'
These types of loans are written every day. Let's take a look
and see if one of these zero money down mortgage programs is a
fit for your ...Read More
Sell Structured Settlement - Is It Right for You?
More and more courts are turning to structured settlements for large lawsuit awards. However, what may seem like a great plan for your continued support may not stay that way. In some cases, you may need to get your hands on extra cash, whether it's for business start up capital, medical expenses, or for buying real estate. In order to get to this money, you will need to petition the court for an amended order. However, there is no guarantee that the judge will grant it, although that's usually ...Read More
How to make money from Buy To Let in a property crash
Over the last few years, most investors who have tried 'buy to
let' (buying additional properties in order to rent them out)
have profited spectacularly as the property market in most of
the world boomed like never before. Historically unprecedented
property prices in the USA, UK, Australia and most of Europe
have made the concept of becoming a landlord look like an easy
route to riches.
Of course, there really isn't any 'free lunch', and the
situation now, as property markets start to crumble ...Read More
The disadvantages of obtaining a loan Structured Settlement
A structured settlement is a lot of money goes to a person with a particular payment scheme. The funds will be given a period of time rather than in a large amount for the recipient to pay for maintenance and monthly bills to help when the award was made through litigation paid.sell structured settlement
Summer pauot structured agreements can be generated from lottery winnings, insurance premiums or pension inherited from a relative. The bottom line is that a> Structured Settlement is a ...Read More