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Heading Overseas? Time to Think About Your Credit Card

Heading Overseas? Time to Think About Your Credit Card

If you are planning on traveling abroad any time soon, then getting a new credit card may not be the first thing that you think about, but the first section of this article will tell you why it should be. Research conducted by Moneysupermarket.com found that over half of Britain’s credit card users (58%) chose

Why You Should Try To Get the Smallest Tax Refund Possible?

Why You Should Try To Get the Smallest Tax Refund Possible?

It may seem like a great idea to expect a large tax refund year after year. Many people anticipate their refunds with plans to use them for vacations and other luxuries they otherwise don’t plan and save for in any other way. However, while you may be used to waiting once a year to a

An Introduction to Forex Trading

The popularity of foreign exchange trading has grown dramatically over the past decade. Originally the province of large banks and financial institutions, retail forex trading has come alive in tandem with the electronic revolution all around us. The Internet and advances in data management and telecommunications software have enabled anyone that has the talent and

What Can John Wooden Teach us about Stock Analysis?

What Can John Wooden Teach us about Stock Analysis?

There are two major ways to evaluate stocks: fundamental analysis and technical analysis.  Wait, how does this apply to the legend John Wodden?   In honor of the late John Wooden, this week’s lesson is to work on your fundamentals. Groan.  Stop whining. This isn’t difficult. Fundamental analysis means assessing a company’s financial statements: taking the

Delinquent Credit Card Payments May Lead to Inadvertent Opportunity

Delinquent Credit Card Payments May Lead to Inadvertent Opportunity

My financial prowess has been anything but impressive. I decided to attend a private school in Florida, rather than NJ, which effectively set me back close to $200,000 in student loans. That decision has turned my finances upside down and has forced me to make other stupid decisions, simply to offset the monster debt I