Here are 8 simple ways to save money fast. Why keep giving your money away to the corporations when you could be saving this money for yourself?
It’s Friday. And that means that its time for FTMDaily’s Reader Q&A. Each Friday, we reserve our daily column for our readers and their questions. Whether you have a question about your money, our Five Levels of Financial Freedom, the global economy, commodities, or retirement savings, we invite your questions.
Here is a list of four of the most stable foreign currencies along with three simple ways to buy them. What is the most stable currency? Learn more here.
In this article, I will introduce the concept of using foreign currencies for savings diversification and will discuss nine currencies that have outperformed the U.S. Dollar.
With the price of precious metals making new highs, many people are wondering where they can buy gold and silver. In this article, I explain how and where you can gain exposure to gold, including physical metals, stocks and ETF’s, and the options and futures markets.
Today, I will begin explaining how to diversify one third your six month liquid savings reserve into precious metals. We begin with a discussion with at least six different ways to gain exposure to gold and silver.
Here’s a sampling of some of the places that our readers tell us that they are hiding their cash.
Welcome to a new financial teaching series on our DSL™ Savings strategy. In this first teaching article, I will briefly explain some of the various ways in which you can hold your one-third in U.S. Dollar denominated dollars when using our DSL™ Savings strategy.
Here’s how we create stellar returns using a basket of foreign currencies, precious metals, and U.S. Dollars.
Here’s the results of a study that was done on our DSL (Diversified Six-Month Liquid) Savings strategy measuring total returns for three different time periods. The findings are completely stunning!
If you want to dampen the ravaging effects of inflation on your money, diversifying your savings should be a priority.
An emergency fund is one of the first things that people need to do immediately to help them build a successful financial plan. And no, your credit card is not an emergency fund.