I should have got into stocks much earlier, but better late than never. I bought the Twilio IPO, and here’s how it went.
Father’s Day isn’t happy for me. It isn’t sad either. It just isn’t.
I’m taking questions because I’m too tired to write even though my list of drafts is longer than NASS’s list of cash allowances.
In the almost two years I have lived here however, it has remained cold and empty, and fewer than three people have come through the door in all that time.
It’s weird. This blog has kept me company through some of the darkest times of my life, but I’ve never written about the love of my life here.
Long story short, tipping as it is done in the US is an utterly ridiculous practice, and I say this as someone who cherishes the tipping culture in Nigeria.
Hedge funds trade stocks so how is this any different from what I said?
Actually, Hedge Funds have the greatest yield but the highest amount of risk involved as well. Investing in Alternative Investments like Gold also provide relatively
LMAO. I've never bought bonds. Stocks have the greatest potential for high yield, but also the greatest risk.
The most basic of them - treasury bonds. When hubby saw the yield after 6 months he almost wept! LOL, he couldn't believe how little
I've always been interested in stocks but never really got into it before this year. What do you invest in since you're not into stocks?