Getting a Dollar for 90 Cents

By Charles Sizemore.  |  January 22, 2020

I started 2020 by writing about my favorite go-to sources for income this year. I followed that up with guides on how to buy bonds and how to buy dividend stocks. Read More

Don’t Be a Caveman: A Brief Guide to Better Investing

By Adam O'Dell.  |  January 21, 2020

The investment industry is notoriously male-dominated. Fewer than 15% of traders at investment banks are women. Read More

Looking for Growth in the Stock Market

By Charles Sizemore.  |  January 20, 2020

Earlier this month, I wrote about where to look for retirement income in 2020. I followed that up with a discussion on bonds. Read More

This Greed Is Freaking Scary

By John Del Vecchio.  |  January 17, 2020

One of my favorite strategies is the “30-Second Millionaire” approach. I could care less about the news of the day. Read More

Action Isn’t Always the Best Course…

By Adam O'Dell.  |  January 14, 2020

My wife doesn’t sit and wait. She’s a take-action type of person. Read More

Your New Decade’s Resolution

By John Del Vecchio.  |  January 13, 2020

It’s a new year. And a new decade. You have to admit, that carries a lot more weight to it than simply turning the page on one more calendar year. Read More

Focus on Things You Can Control

By Charles Sizemore.  |  January 7, 2020

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know by now that things are heating up with Iran. Read More

A More “Just” Market Fund

By Adam O'Dell.  |  January 3, 2020

Paul Tudor Jones is one of the most successful and wealthiest hedge fund managers of all time. Read More

20 Trade Ideas for 2020 and Beyond

By Adam O'Dell.  |  January 1, 2020

Welcome to 2020, my friends. It’s hard to believe we’re turning the page on an entire decade! The past 10 years have treated stock prices nicely, for sure. Read More

Did You Make This Trade?

By Adam O'Dell.  |  December 27, 2019

A little over four months ago, I wrote here in The Rich Investor a piece titled: “Do Stocks Have You Confused?” Stocks had me confused, at the time. Still do, in fact. Read More