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Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS, former portfolio manager, is committed to investment + money education across multiple platforms. She owns Barbara Friedberg Personal which is dedicated to improving investment knowledge and wealth as well as Robo-Advisor, a non-biased, ...more


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The Best Oil And Gas ETFs To Buy In August 2023
Regardless of how you feel about the oil and gas sector, there is no doubt that energy use is alive and well today. We'll continue to consume oil, natural gas, propane, and many other energy products for the foreseeable future.
Are I Bonds A Good Investment?
U.S. government savings bonds can help protect your money from the ravages of inflation. The two best government bonds, with inflation protection are TIPS or Treasury Inflation Protected Bonds and Series I Savings Bonds.
Should I Invest In Dividend Stocks Now?
Investing in dividend-paying stocks is popular, but not without its disadvantages. In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about dividend investing.
5 Best Profitability Investor Ratios For Successful Stock Picking
By analyzing investor ratios, stock pickers can seek out winning companies for purchase and eliminate the duds. The major investment ratio categories include profitability, valuation, liquidity, and debt.
5 Best Free Robo-Advisors
investment management fees are shrinking. And if low fees aren’t enough, there are a handful of robo-advisors that offer free robo-advisor investment management.
Betterment Vs. Vanguard Vs. Wealthsimple Comparison
Robo-advisors, with their increasingly sophisticated algorithms and hands-off investment options, are growing in popularity. Today I take a closer look at three of the most popular robo-advisors: Betterment, Vanguard, and Wealthsimple. Which is best?
4 Investment Analysts And Managers To Watch
Finding a smart investment analyst or financial manager to follow, with reasonable fees and a sound record is no easy feat.
Pros And Cons Of Investing Spare Change With An App
Spare change apps allow smaller investors to invest in financial markets. But, just because you can invest with in app, doesn't mean that you should.
Can I Retire At 60 With $500K?
As millions of baby boomers approach retirement with Generation X-ers not far behind the question of “Can you retire with $500,000?” repeatedly pops up.
Wealthfront Vs Fidelity Go – Which Robo-Advisor Is For You?
Where do you turn when you’re looking for a robo-advisor with medium to low account management fees and a low investment minimum? The good news—and the bad news—is that there are a lot of robo-advisors with low fees and minimums.
Should I Invest In An IPO?
Sometimes it feels like the best time to invest in stocks is 50 years ago—not an encouraging thought for someone looking to get started investing in 2018.
Roth Or 401k, Which To Max Out First?
In the real world we all need to make financial choices. Most investors can’t afford to max out their 401k and their IRA. So, how to allocate retirement funds is a common question.
Stock Market Crash And What To Do Now – Thoughts From Across The Web
Investors across the globe are trying to make sense of the recent stock market crash. Here's what some of the experts are saying.
Should I Do My Own Investing, Use A Robo-Advisor Or Use A Financial Planner?
If you're considering turning over your DIY investment portfolio to a financial advisor or robo-advisor, read this article first. The simple checklist format covers the key points to consider when making this financial decision.
Interview With Derek Sall: The Key To Success Is ...
According to Sall, there’s no special secret to wealth. Just work your tail off and earn. Here's how he does it.
Which Is Better: A Human Financial Advisor Or A Robo-Advisor?
Are you wondering whether to choose a robo-advisor or human to manage your investments? Get the pros and cons of each investment management choice.
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