Audit your daily habits. Are they serving you and your money? Maybe something needs to change. If you are living paycheck to paycheck then you need to change your habits. Cut out something that does not give you a better future and put that money into savings, or paying down debt or investing more intoContinue reading “Harness Money Tip #43”
Talk openly to your partner about money. Money and relationships can be hard, because no one thinks exactly the same way about money. When I was growing up as a child my mother and father were two different money pages. My mother invested in the stock market and my father did not. Do not waitContinue reading “Harness Money Tip #42”
These are 3 stocks that are cheap today and I will be buying and holding for life.
Ask for more than you think you are worth. We often that think if something is cheaper more people will buy, but that is not always true. The price of an iPhone has consistently gone up and more people continue to buy. The same is true of your salary. Whatever amount you think you areContinue reading “Harness Money Tip #41”
ETFs offer more safety, but less returns than individual stocks. Individual stocks are more risky than ETFs, but offer greater returns. For more tips like this check out the Harness Money Newsletter. It’s Free!
Cutting these 5 expenses to the bone will give you the capital needed to put toward purchasing assets such as: stocks, bonds, real estate.
Do not be afraid to make some people mad. Success is often disruption. The iPhone changed the cell phone business and today a lot of people dislike Apple for various reasons. But Apple is still successful. The same is true of your life. As you grow and become more successful more people will dislike youContinue reading “Harness Money Tip #39”
Fear can come from a lot of places. There are many times that I find myself being afraid for no apparent reason. We try to protect ourselves and make wise decisions. But unfounded fear can often hold us back. Taking risk in life and with money can often help us grow. If I had neverContinue reading “Harness Money Tip #38”
You should be buying your food in bulk. When I say “bulk” I mean food that you know you are going to eat on a regular basis that will not go bad quickly. For me, I buy nuts: Pecans, Walnuts, Cashews, in bulk at Costco. Because I know that I am going to be eatingContinue reading “Harness Money Tip #37”
3 forever stocks