by Tabitha Naylor - 2006-11-30
Government auctions are a source of low cost home purchases that virtually anyone can make. Property that is sold in this type of auction is generally seized from those that have broken the law. For...
by Larry G Potter - 2006-12-05
Tip #1 - Do your research at home. Through either your own Internet access, or the daily paper, you can spend the time to follow your favorite stocks. This will give you the freedom to do additional ...
by Subhash - 2006-12-06
Online trading is simply a term that refers to the medium used to enter and execute trades. Online traders, which can include long term investors, as well as day, swing and position traders, use eithe...
by Steve Roszell - 2006-12-16
Though analysts are citing a slow down in the nation's real estate sector, the condo hotel market appears to be insulated from much of the market's "cool down" trend.The typical condo hotel buyer is u...
by Christopher W Smith - 2006-12-18
Is it the thrill of the gamble? Is it the chance to strike it rich by betting it all against the odds? Is it the fear of missing 'the next big thing'? What motivates people to risk their hard earned m...
by Larry Potter - 2006-12-18
A stop loss order is simply a trailing "safety net" that you can attach to a stock buy. The purpose of a stop loss order is to keep you from being "trapped" in a stock that falls a ton of points. It i...
by Sarah Freeland - 2006-12-18
People are generally interested in low price stocks because they can buy more shares for less money. Penny stocks are a low priced stock that generally sells for less than a dollar per share, however...
by Sarah Freeland - 2006-12-19
Two financial terms that are often times confused with one another are residual income investments and passive income investments. The different between these two terms is fairly easy to explain. Fi...
by Kevin Kiene - 2006-12-25
Wholesaling most often refers to the process of buying real estate for below it's market value, and then selling that property to another investor, without fixing it up - this process is also sometime...
by Kevin Kiene - 2006-12-27
In a perfect world, when a tenant signs a lease and agrees to pay the rent on the first of the month, that's what will happen. However, there will always be tenants that don't pay their rent on time, ...