Category Archives: Stock Market Mastery

Determining if the market is cheap or expensive

Determining if the market is cheap or expensive

Determining if the market is cheap or expensive is one of the things that every investor should learn. It’s not too difficult to tell when something we buy regularly is on sale or overpriced.  If we see Filet Mignon for $4.00 a pound, it’s probably a pretty good deal.  If we see it for $14.00…

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Is the market overpriced sources of passive income

Is the market overpriced?

Getting your sources of passive income requires a lot of knowledge. The question of whether the market is overpriced is a topic of endless discussion.  According to the Efficient Market Theory, which is the basis for mainstream investment advice, there market is always efficiently priced based on all available information.  So if you believe in…

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Good vs Bad Investments sure thing investments

Good vs Bad Investments

You want to know what the sure thing investments are? I hear it all the time. “Gold is the best investment” or “Real Estate is the best investment”, or “stocks are too risky”.  People love to talk about investments as though they are feelings or recipes.  They assign these general labels to something, but never…

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Risk and Leverage investment risk

Risk and Leverage

Investment risk is real. Looking back at the election, one of the major topics of discussion was Donald Trump’s history of bankruptcies.  It was common to hear him criticized as a lousy investor based on the number of ventures he’s had which have gone to bankruptcy.  And to some degree that may be true.  This…

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How Warren Buffet Invests passive income ideas

How Warren Buffet Invests

Knowing how Warren Buffet invests is very enticing. I’m always amazed how many articles claim to know something about how Warren Buffet invests, and then goes right back to giving the same generic, cliché, ineffective investment advice that Warren criticizes. The first thing you have to realize about Warren is that he is mindful that…

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What does it mean to hedge

What does it mean to hedge?

Sometimes I forget that not everybody knows what I’m talking about when I use the term “hedge.” One of the most popular topics in financial news are hedge funds.  But why are they called that?     “Hedging” has been a term floating around since the 1600s, and it originally refers to plants which act…

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what are options easy residual income

What Are Options?

Searching for an easy residual income needs knowledge. We hear about things like Options Strategies, Options Trading, or Binary Options.  But most investors don’t really know all that much about them.  And it’s kind of a shame because when options are used correctly, they can make your investing more stable and profitable.   Options started…

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What is Compounding Wealth?

Explaining how powerful compounding wealth can be one of the most difficult tasks for me as an investment coach. Getting good passive sources of income requires patience. Desperate investors tend to be short sited, always trying to see what they can make in 6 months or a year.  They don’t realize that the way compounding wealth…

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passive streams of income

Do you think making passive streams of income in real estate takes a lot of money?

Here’s some good news. Many investors felt that way, and so they created a nifty little investment called the REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust).  This way the little guy could start getting the type of portfolio exposure that real estate offers without having an extra $500K in the bank. Getting passive streams of income shouldn’t…

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Investing Just Isn’t That Hard….

If you are looking for passive income sources, then investing might be the right one for you. Investing is not rocket science.  You don’t have to be a neurosurgeon to get the basic concepts.  The idea is that you own something that keeps generating cash flow throughout the years, or at least is likely to…

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