Author - Roger Streit, CFP®

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Just What Do We Know About Debt Settlement?
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Tips To Help You Choose The Right Home Safe
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Keeping Your Investing Resolve
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Key Investment Insights: Bringing the Evidence Home
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Key Investment Insights: Investors’ Behavioral Biases

Just What Do We Know About Debt Settlement?

Covered in debt that seems to pile up each month and unable to pay for it, you might start considering debt settlement. This is very different from debt consolidation companies. The debt settlement companies go out of their ways to help consumers learn how the services work before arriving at any suitable agreement. Here are some important points on the best debt settlement approaches.

How debt settlement works

The debt companies use a negotiation angle to remedy your debt situation. This involves approaching creditors and negotiating suitable plans where creditors agree to cancel their loans for way less of what …

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Tips To Help You Choose The Right Home Safe

With the many varieties of safe locks, it can be a daunting task to choose from the options available. More to this, given that you are seeking to protect your cash and important documents, there is need to find the best. In some way, this makes the selection process a little bit hard. This article will bring to light some of the aspects to look out for when purchasing a safe lock from https://www.kluis-kopen.nl/. Read on for more information.

Safes fire rating

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This is one of the factors to consider when buying a safe. Ideally, a safe fire rating …

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Keeping Your Investing Resolve

Two months past New Year’s Eve and it’s quite likely your own “resolutions” are merely well-intentioned memories. It’s not easy to resist temptation and some might ask why, indeed, they should. Investors may have been tempted, for example, to eschew equities entirely after global stock prices crashed in 2008. However, for those who kept their resolve and their wits about them, they benefited from the past few years, which saw stock prices soaring, eventually rising even past their pre-crash highs.

About this time last year, investors questioned why they should hold onto bonds. Indeed, financial writers insisted that the timing …

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Key Investment Insights: Bringing the Evidence Home

Welcome to our final installment in Key Investment Insights. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our series. Here are the key takeaway messages from each installment:

  1. Market Prices – Understanding group intelligence and its effect on efficient market pricing is a first step toward better consistency in buying low and selling high in free capital markets.
  2. News and Market Prices – Rather than trying to react to ever-changing conditions and cut-throat competition, invest your life savings according to factors over which you can expect to have some control.
  3. The Myth of the Financial Guru  – Avoid paying costly, speculative “experts” to
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Key Investment Insights: Investors’ Behavioral Biases

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Key Investment Insights. In our last piece, “The Human Factor in Evidence-Based Investing,” we explored how our deep-seated “fight or flight” instincts can generate an array of behavioral biases that trick us into making what could be significant money-management mistakes. In this installment, we’ll familiarize you with a half-dozen of these more potent biases, and how you can avoid sabotaging your own best-laid investment plans by recognizing the signs of a behavioral booby trap.

Behavioral Bias No. 1: Herd Mentality

Herd mentality is what happens to you when …

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