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Start Saving Now vs. Later
Start Saving Now vs. Later
Does it make a big difference if I start saving for my retirement now? Can't I wait until I make a higher salary and then start investing?

Fear of Investing

Money Minute

Many millennials feel investing is risky, but they may be missing out on advantages they won't have later in life.

Many Millennial Savers Are Losing Out

Tom Joyner Morning Show

Mellody describes the financial mistake many millennials are making, and discusses the possible consequences.

Price To Earnings Ratios

Money Minute

Figuring out whether or not a stock is on sale can sometimes be tricky. One of the many tools investors use to identify stocks that may be undervalued are price to earnings ratios.

Investing in Choppy Markets

Money Minute

When the markets are choppy, it can be scary as we watch our investment accounts go up and down. Take a moment before you act because knee-jerk decisions can often lead us astray.

The Best Time to Invest

Money Minute

As our economy continues to recover, I’ve heard more people wondering if “now” is the right time to invest.

Sprint or stroll, depending on your goals

Money Minute

Different investors have different goals. For short-term goals, like preservation of principal, use short-term investments, such as savings accounts and money market funds. With these investments, the risk of losing your money is low, but the rewards are lower as well.

Diversification – Don't put all your eggs in one basket

Money Minute

You work long and hard to save and invest for your retirement. Find out why it’s essential to diversify and avoid risking everything on a few investments.

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