Posts Tagged ‘long term investments’

  • You Want A House Because Of These 5 Myths>
    You Want A House Because Of These 5 Myths
    I have never seen people as stalwartly bigheaded as we Americans. We want to be proud of buying and living in our own home even if we are walking through the shards of the biggest housing disintegration of the century. Oh, and why not. We are backed by our government with the remarkable tax credit that will probably keep extending till 2012, if the world doesn’t end then that is. Having a home means having a secured place with money invested in to buy it. For this investment we search for the best deal, a place with best views and comforts at a reasonable price. Even if the price is high, we have banks that provide mortgage at a very low down payment. And we can easily avail one. His recession seems to be a blessing in disguise for all of us homebuyers. However, before you sprint and clutch  [...]
    at December 11th, 2009 at 01:12 am
  • Experienced Advice In Investment>
    Experienced Advice In Investment
    Advice on investing your money comes in abundance these days, but how can you be sure that you are getting the best of it? You visit a financial advisor, or a website or a magazine and try to get information. A lot of these are good at guiding you. But, only a person who’s had first hand experience in investing can give you the best possible because he’s gone through the entire process and knows the pros and cons of taking a step. Here are some tips that I’ve gathered from personal experience as well as by observing other investors. Start Young As most good things in life, making investments when young also pays off well. Compound interest works the best over long term steady growth of assets. You have ample time with you for making your investments grow at a slow and steady pace. Register  [...]
    at September 16th, 2009 at 04:09 am