Category Archives: Investments

Understanding Losses In Your Portfolio

I don’t think most individuals really understand what happens when their investments take a hit and lose value.  I was reading a great article about using protective puts and covered calls with index funds to provide for hedging and while the article was very interesting (and something I am going to look into and writeContinue Reading

Are Tax Free Savings Accounts Worth It?

Article written by UK based Writer.  This article is definitely for the UK based readers of My Journey to Millions, but I think it’s important to gain a different perspective of the account options available elsewhere. In the US the equivalent of an ISA is an IRA – Individual Retirement Account, so there is someContinue Reading

Becareful When Picking Mutual Fund Based on its Name

I am being forced to change my online broker due to some ridiculous new regulations within my company and in researching new online brokers I came across a ridiculous named Mutual Fund.  As you may know I am pretty much obsessed with creating a dividend based portfolio and so in doing my research to findContinue Reading

My First Experience With Being an Entrepreneur?

A lot of people talk about their first “job” and what they learned from it, or starting their first “full fledged” business, but I rarely read online people’s first experience with starting “something” for profit.  I am talking more grassroots…the “quasi” business.  The idea that you are creating value that someone is going to purchaseContinue Reading

Why Investment Services or Subscriptions Probably Don’t Make Sense to Purchase

I have a friend of a friend who works for a hedge fund and whenever I have a few drinks with him I try to understand what he does.  From what I can gather he has created an algorithm that tells him when to buy and sell stocks, derivatives and currencies on a large scale. Continue Reading

Catching up With Fortune’s 10 Best Stocks for 2011

I never understand why money magazine, cnbc, fortune, etc., do not call out so-called experts when their stock picks are completely off.  I think it would be both entertaining and educational.  So when I came across an old Fortune Magazine today and saw the article, 10 Best Stocks for 2011, I wanted to see howContinue Reading