The Greatest Financial Gift You Can Give to Your Children

The Greatest Financial Gift You Can Give to Your Children

I wrote this essay for your children and grandchildren. You've probably heard about America's huge debt load. The U.S. government's financial obligations now exceed $663,000 per American family. This burden will fall on the youngest Americans. It's unethical. It's...

How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off When Investing

How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off When Investing

You don't know how much you're paying in investment costs. (I'll explain why in a moment.) But if you are using a full-service broker or insurance agent, it's almost certainly way too much. Take mutual funds, for instance. Broker-sold funds don't just have front-end...

How to Generate 15% Returns on Your Portfolio

How to Generate 15% Returns on Your Portfolio

Last year, I made a bold claim... one that could help revolutionize your approach to retirement investing. The claim was that readers of my Retirement Trader service had closed 49 consecutive winning positions... all by using the "greatest income-producing tool for...

Think Like a Long-Term Investor

Think Like a Long-Term Investor

I know it sounds hard to believe, but by using a certain strategy, I was able to string together 49 winning trades in a row in my Retirement Trader service. As I showed you earlier this year, traders should think like long-term investors: They should look at the...

How to Get Out of Debt Fast

How to Get Out of Debt Fast

Do you spend more than you make? I used to. When I started working as an editor at a Washington, D.C.-based newsletter publishing company, my salary was $14,000. My wife was earning less than that. Our two salaries barely covered our basic living expenses. On top of...

Mark Ford’s Message to a 47-Year-Old With No Money

Mark Ford’s Message to a 47-Year-Old With No Money

A reader wrote recently to say that, although he's "learned a lot from" our publishing he feels that most of the advice is not suitable for him, because he is 47 and has a net worth of only $25,000. He is not interested in long-term saving strategies. "What good will...

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