Recently, the U.S. senate has passed a $1 trillion bill that will allocate funds towards various infrastructures in America. Structures such as roads, bridges, electrical grid, and internet infrastructure are all in the bill. Although this bill has been approved by the senate, it is now being sent to the House of congress. The HouseContinue reading “What the Infrastructure Bill Means For Stocks”
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2 Stocks Gaining Value, and Not Stopping Anytime Soon
In the choppiness of the past month in the market, two stocks have had record months. While the market has been trending upwards as it closes out the summer, everyday hasn’t been pretty. We remember a few Mondays ago when the Dow lost 725 points. Only to manage to end the week higher. Throughout allContinue reading “2 Stocks Gaining Value, and Not Stopping Anytime Soon”
Robinhood is Going Public, What Does That Mean?
Commonly known as an IPO, an Initial Public Offering is when a company decides it is time to go public. When a company becomes “public” they are listing themselves on one of the exchanges in the stock market. This could be the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), or the Nasdaq, like Robinhood. Going public allowsContinue reading “Robinhood is Going Public, What Does That Mean?”
All-Time Highs are Here, How Long Can They Last?
After a sharp drop on Monday, the market found a way to finish the week at ALL-TIME HIGHS. Each of the three major indexes experienced their highest closes ever. Obviously if the market closes Monday in the green, this will be another set of highs, but how long can the upward drive last? Fresh highsContinue reading “All-Time Highs are Here, How Long Can They Last?”
Buy the Dip!: The Effectiveness of Dollar Cost Averaging
If every batter in Major League Baseball could just wait until they got a pitched they like, it would be very hard to be a pitcher. Thus, there is a strike zone and a count, to make the duel between the pitcher and the batter much tougher. In investing, there is no such strike zone,Continue reading “Buy the Dip!: The Effectiveness of Dollar Cost Averaging”
Ways to Make Passive Income
Passive income is the reason why many of us invest in the first place. To earn without working! Any income you earn that you did not directly work for is considered passive. This includes most investments in stocks or bonds but also includes a wide array of other investments. I’ll be going through some typesContinue reading “Ways to Make Passive Income”
Cruise Line Stocks Are One of the Last to Recover
When the March 2020 crash happened, many investors preached about a “V-Shaped Recovery”. When we were at the bottom, I thought they were just trying to sell the public a pipe dream. For how ugly the market had looked for about two weeks, I was sold there would be another leg down, especially with noContinue reading “Cruise Line Stocks Are One of the Last to Recover”
I’m Buying This Stock!!
You have definetly heard of this one before, perhaps even bought their products. The Company is Lululemon ($LULU). A household name over the last few years, no questions asked. Lululemon also called Lulu, is mainly an athletic/gym clothing line, with other stylesand products included. Their main objective is to sell the highest quality materials &Continue reading “I’m Buying This Stock!!”
Dividend Investing: The Forgotten Art of Powerful Investing
One of the more famous ways to build wealth is through dividend investing. Someone who participates in dividend investing picks certain stocks because of the dividend they give. A dividend is when a company provides shareholders with a small amount of cash per share periodically as a reward for just owning the shares. Companies willContinue reading “Dividend Investing: The Forgotten Art of Powerful Investing”
#1 Most Overlooked Stock Tip
Market Cap vs. Price Per Share The price per share of stock or price per coin in crypto is not what should attract or distract you from that investment. Let me explain… Market Cap = Total number of shares for an asset multiplied by the price per share. Take Cocoa-Cola for example ($KO). They haveContinue reading “#1 Most Overlooked Stock Tip”