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This week on InvestED we discuss why you need to start investing in your financial life, and stop letting fund managers and advisors control your money. Read more.
Why is investing a lot like yoga? This week we acknowledge the fact that investing is a practice, much like yoga, requiring time and discipline to get the most out of it. We also dive into cash flows and dividends and find out if a company’s financial standing can be determined by their dividend payout schedule.
This week on InvestED, we’re breaking down how to invest like the best investors in the world. We’ll cover value investing and how it has changed over the years. We will also share some of our tips on how to avoid becoming overwhelmed by investing. Read more.
This week on InvestED, we’re talking about real estate investing and discussing the importance of viewing this type of investment as a business. We’ll share how to avoid common mistakes made by most real estate investors, and the ways you can make a real estate investment profitable. Read more.
How can a company that appears to be dead still be a valuable investment? Ben Graham used to buy companies like this all the time in the ‘30s. We like to call them “zombie companies,” and in today’s episode, we’re going to go step-by-step through the process of finding out how much a zombie company can be worth, and why you might consider buying one.
What does meditation have to do with investing? This week we drill into the depths of great investing and discuss how to be mindful with your money as you invest in your future. We explain the role emotions play in our financial decisions, as well as ways to practice mindfulness in investing and in life. Read more.
What does it mean to invest with your values?
This week we discuss why it’s important to have control over your money and a say in what it is invested in. Those of you investing in indexes and mutual funds might be shocked to see what your money is being put into. Read more.