10 Steps to Home Ownership Step 1: Are You Ready? Step 2: Get a REALTOR Step 3: Get Loan Pre-approval Step 4: Look at Homes Step 5: Choose a Home Step 6: Get Funding Step 7: Make an Offer Step 8: Get Insurance Step 9: Closing Step 10: What’s Next? Buyer’s Basics A Short … Continue reading
Everyone who owes someone else wants to know to pay off debt. Understanding your options for paying off your debt will help you stay in control of your debt rather than letting it control you.
There’s a lot to know about credit and ignorance can prove to be extremely costly to your pockets and your credit score. It helps to know at least the basics about credit, even before you get your first credit card. Understanding how credit and credit cards work helps you make the right decisions about choosing … Continue reading
Getting your first credit card seems easy when you’re filling out the application. But, in hindsight you may have some regrets. Where did you get your first credit card? Do you consider it a good credit card?
Whether you’re approaching retirement age, just starting out on your own, or somewhere in the middle, you’ve begun to think about your financial future. The next step is to do something about it… but where do you begin
A stock exchange based in New York City, which is considered the largest equities-based exchange in the world based on total market capitalization of its listed securities. Formerly run as a private organization, the NYSE became a public entity in 2005 following the acquisition of electronic trading exchange Archipelago. The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange … Continue reading
NASDAQ stands for National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations. It is the second largest stock market in dollar volume in the United States behind the New York Stock Exchange. It is a completely electronic stock exchange, making its operation completely different than the New York or American Stock Exchange
If you’re new to investing–or just new to monitoring your investments–one of the easiest ways to keep track of your holdings (stocks, bonds and mutual funds) is to read the stock market pages in your newspaper.