Investing in Certificates of Deposit (CDs)Unlike a savings account, certificate of deposit funds are invested for a set time period and set interest rate. There can be a stiff penalty when the funds are withdrawn early. This is a page about investing in certificates of deposit (CDs).
Investing in the Stock MarketInvesting in the stock market takes some research. Learn what stocks you can purchase and how best to acquire them. Direct stocks can be purchased without a broker
Suggestions for Investing for Short Term Growth?I have $500 to invest for each of my 4 children. I want to invest it and have it grow for the next 5 years. Any ideas?
Investing in Annuities?Annuities can be costly for you and very profitable for the company selling them, and may not be the best place to put your savings. This is a page about investing in annuities.
IRA Alternatives?A brokerage firm or bank may have good advice on the safest place to have your retirement funds invested. This is a page about IRA alternatives.
Investing in AntiquesThis is a page about investing in antiques. Understanding what kind of vintage items will gain in value for you is important, when considering this kind of investment.
Investing Social Security Income?This is a page about investing Social Security income. Many retirees have to look for ways to increase their retirement funds and cash flow.
Investing StrategiesThis is a page about investing strategies. Whether you are just dabbling in stock market or aggressively trying to build your nest egg, using the right investment strategies will help you along the way.
Selecting a Broker or Financial Planner?This is a page about selecting a broker or financial planner. Having a good financial planner or broker to consult with can be a valuable asset. Finding the right broker or financial planner for you can be a daunting task though.
Stock Market 101: It's Not As Difficult As It SeemsMonitor your reaction when you read the following word: stocks. Did your body grow suddenly tense and rigid with a sense of impending confusion, or were you filled with anticipation of carefully planned success?
How Do I Learn About the Stock Market?What s the best way to learn about the stock market ?
GeniusFunds.com Investment Company?What do you think of this investment company: geniusfunds.com? Does anyone have personal experience with them?
Choosing Companies to Invest In?How do I choose which companies to invest in for the short term, based on market share?
Finding The Best CD Rate?Where is the best place to get a good CD rate at present time?
Getting Started Trading Stocks?Does anyone do their own stock trading / investing? I am looking for advice to get started on a very, very small scale. Thanks!
Saving and Investing Money?Tips for Saving and Investing Money. I am looking for tips on how to save money and invest it?
Small-Time Investing?I would really love to know if anyone can help me with this. I believe in investing in things that help me live more frugally, or that pay a good return. So my question is this: If you had a hundred dollars, how would you invest it to get a good return?
What is a Roth IRA?As a 60 yr. young woman, is it a safe idea to invest in a Roth IRA fund? Exactly what is a Roth IRA, and how does one invest in it? I currently have no pension from a job for when I retire, and very little investment in some mutual funds.
Certificates of Deposit?I would like to know whether to buy Certificates of Deposit in large amounts, or would it be better to split the money up that you have to put in CDs?
Investing in Annuities?Are Fidelity annuities a good investment?
IRA Alternative?My husband will retire in about 4 years and presently all his IRA money is in stock mutual funds. I have been reading that when you get that close to retirement, your money should not be in stocks. What else can we put it in that will give us a little more than the 3% savings and money markets are paying?
Is .925 Silver Worth Anything?Is .925 silver worth anything?
Can I Invest Social Security?I'm on SSDI and want to invest in a 401K, is that possible?