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Take me back to where I was.
  • Date: 10/3/16 10:36 AM
  • Number: 414321
  • Recommendations: 0

I must say that over the past four years I really enjoyed the perks of freelance writing--the flexible schedule, pursuing my own interests, financial compensation, etc. However, more recently I came to the conclusion that I wasn’t
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  • Date: 8/16/16 2:43 PM
  • Number: 414272
  • Recommendations: 0

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I was introduced to the world of investing in the summer of 1992, when I
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  • Date: 6/15/16 11:15 PM
  • Number: 414158
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William Bias (stockdissector) owns shares in Nike. He is not a financial adviser. Always seek a second opinion and do your own research. Copyright William Bias 2016

  • Date: 6/15/16 10:02 PM
  • Number: 414157
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Athletic apparel company Nike (Continued...)

  • Date: 6/11/16 11:12 AM
  • Number: 414149
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On June 7, it was (Continued...)

  • Date: 9/16/14 10:34 AM
  • Number: 408909
  • Recommendations: 0

Not everyone can win or be successful. You can't have winners without losers or failures.

  • Date: 8/28/14 9:51 AM
  • Number: 408668
  • Recommendations: 0

When you see a company with a frothy dividend yield of say 4% you may want to check out its dividend sustainability. The best way do that is to see how much of its free cash flow a company pays out in dividends in a given full
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  • Date: 8/27/14 9:14 AM
  • Number: 408656
  • Recommendations: 0

The rule of thumb in the past is to always have enough cash on hand to live on for six months. I would say in this day and age of economic volatility for your average Joe is to have enough cash on to live on for 1-2 years.
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  • Date: 8/26/14 8:33 AM
  • Number: 408637
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When it comes to saving money pennies adds up to dollars.

 

For example let's say you can eat at home for half the price of eating out:

 

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  • Date: 8/25/14 8:28 AM
  • Number: 408612
  • Recommendations: 0

Return On Equity is defined by the following formula: Return On Equity = (Net Income/Stockholder's Equity) x 100. It is a
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