5 Ways to Help curb your Emotional Spending

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Wouldn’t you like to put more money in your savings account that you currently are blowing on stuff like footwear, outfits, movies, fancy restaurants, parties, etc? Everyone needs the above-mentioned items to be happy and fully functional, but … Continue reading...

What is the Proper Way to use a Credit Freeze?

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I am guessing you have either lost your credit card or someone tried to make an unauthorized purchase using your credit card credentials. An increasing number of people are becoming victims to credit card forgery as things are getting more digitized … Continue reading...

Guaranteed Ways to Save Money on Groceries

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Are you trying out ways to buy bargain-priced foods items to save money on groceries? This post is all about that. Usually, people just rack up their shopping basket without thinking about how much they are spending. After a single shopping … Continue reading...

Passive vs. Active Learning: Why It’s So Important to Engage Students

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There’s a lot of buzz in the educational community about the benefits of active learning. But what is this exactly? And how can some learning be passive? It really comes down to how students are interacting with the material. Research is showing … Continue reading...

6 Credit Cards That Offer Credit Scores for Free

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So you have been paying your credit card bill on time and want to stay updated with your credit score? You are on the right track. Checking your credit score periodically will provide you valuable feedback. You can use this feedback to continue to … Continue reading...

Find the Right Time to Buy Gold

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Success in the gold market is all about timing, but maybe not the way you think. Don’t buy gold at any time or any price and hope that you can cash out when prices shift into another record-breaking market. Those are unpredictable and you don’t know … Continue reading...

Can A Minimalist Lifestyle Help You Achieve Financial Freedom?

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Minimalism has been gaining traction among Americans. It is, as The Minimalists describe, a tool to finding freedom. This includes freedom from fear, guilt, depression, and consumerist traps. Not all people may have those problems. But there … Continue reading...

High Debt Is Putting People’s Retirements at Risk—Here’s What to Do

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Retirement is the well-earned period of relaxation that follows a lifetime of hard work. Stereotypes of retirement paint an idealized picture: Sitting under the swaying palm trees outside your beach condo, sipping fruity drinks and cashing in on the … Continue reading...

Understanding Abnormal Return to Avoid Surprises

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An abnormal return refers to the generation of unusual profits over a specified period of time, by the given portfolios or securities. The performance differs from the anticipated RoR (rate of return). The anticipated RoR is the expected return. The … Continue reading...

Undertakings Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS)

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The UCITS is a regulatory framework of the European Commission. It is a regulatory body that manages mutual funds and their sale. UCITS funds are registered in Europe and their buyers can be the investors from all over the world. It uses unified … Continue reading...