Wesley Oler IV

3 months ago

Retirement Investing for Beginners

To get the most for your retirement savings, you have to leverage tax-advantaged retirement savings accounts fully. The 401(k) plan is perhaps the most popular retirement savings vehicle. Designed to let you put aside a percentage of your income for retirement, the contributions ...

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Wesley Oler IV

3 months ago

Donating Cryptocurrency to Charity

If you’re into cryptocurrency, you might be saving a lot of it for a later date. However, you can help others with the cryptocurrency you have right now. · To help others, you’ll want to donate to charities. You do need to note some things, however, if you decide to donate your c ...

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Wesley Oler IV

8 months ago

How to Socially Distance and Volunteer

To socially distance, you do not have to end involvement with other people. Even though in-person gathering poses a threat, you can still volunteer without risking transmission of COVID-19. Here are ways to socially distance and volunteer. · 1. CRISIS LINES · This refers to onlin ...

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Wesley Oler IV

8 months ago

HOW TO APPROACH
THE EXPECTED STOCK
MARKET CORRECTION

How to Approach the Expected Stock Market Correction

Any drop in the stock market of at least 10% but lower than 20% from the recent peak is called a stock market correction. Despite being scary, stock market corrections are considered normal and are a sign of a healthy market.How Frequent are Market Corrections · Stock market pull ...

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Wesley Oler IV

9 months ago

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Family-Friendly Volunteering Opportunities Post-COVID

Community involvement is important for children who are still discovering how their actions impact others. While many volunteering positions are on hold right now, there will soon be a time when families can gather with others to make positive changes in the world. These ideas he ...

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Wesley Oler IV

9 months ago

STOCK INVESTING FOR
BEGINNERS

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Stock Investing for Beginners

When you're new to investing, one of the places you'll look for opportunities is the stock market. But the stock market can be full of high-risk ventures. If you want to reap the rewards, you'll need to learn how to minimize your risk while picking ventures that are likely to gro ...

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Wesley Oler IV

10 months ago

How Technology Encouraged Younger Adults to Invest During the Pandemic

Since the outbreak of Covid-19 earlier this year, schools and businesses have been forced to shut down. This has negatively impacted the U.S stock market. Moreover, home-schooling has become the only option for most parents. Because of the lockdown, most people had to stay indoor ...

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Wesley Oler IV

10 months ago

INVESTING AFTER
COVID-19

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Investing After COVID-19

COVID-19 has made significant changes to society. It's not just the medical sector that's been affected. Education and many office jobs have primarily shifted to online platforms. Many small businesses have closed. Schools, stores, and other businesses will be rethinking how much ...

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Wesley Oler IV

11 months ago

6 Tips to Know Before Investing in Stocks

Sports are won by those who focus on the playing field, not by players who are hypnotized by the scoreboard. Stocks and real estate have proven to be the real deal in the investment arena. Stocks generate quite a handsome profit margin. Here are six things to know before investin ...

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Wesley Oler IV

11 months ago

Investing Factors That Define Success

Good investments lead to more wealth. Unfortunately, investing sounds like a big word to most people, and it scares them. Hence the reason most people are not financially independent. This article eliminates the myths surrounding investment and provides tips that anyone can use t ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

Roth IRA or a 401(k)? Which to Choose

Two of the best options Americans have for saving for retirement are the Roth IRA and the 401(k). Both offer tax advantages. Both allow American workers to save for the future. Which is better depends upon a person’s individual situation. · Savings Limits · Those who have not yet ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

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3 Stocks in 2020 With the Highest Ceilings

2020 has been a record year for the stock market, at least in terms of volatility. Though the final quarter of the year still faces uncertainty, stock market investors can—and should—still take advantage of these conditions and make use of them as much as humanly possible. Even i ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

The Different Roles That Leaders Play

What do you think when you hear the word leader? For many people, an all-imposing figurehead comes to mind rather than a specific task or role. Being a leader isn’t a universal role that someone has over others; instead, a leader is someone with many different roles, all of which ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

Qualities for Successful Community Leadership

Though anyone can theoretically be a leader, not having the right qualities can put you at a serious disadvantage toward becoming a successful leader. Unlike regular leadership, community leadership is unique as it’s not about managing or coordinating different types of people, o ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

How To Combat FOMO When Investing

FOMO, short for fear of missing out, is a type of social anxiety that grips everyone. Perhaps it is slightly more common among investors who want to make sure they are making as much money as possible. FOMO forces investors to bypass logic and the trading strategies and risk mana ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

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Why Buying Cheap Stocks Is Hurting Your Investment Portfolio

When it comes to investing in the stock market, most people believe that they should only stick to what they can afford at the time. It can be easy to see an expensive Apple or Amazon stock and be intimidated by the price. This intimidation often leads people to invest in cheap s ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

How Volunteering Will Change Your Life, Part 2

If you missed part 1 of how volunteering will change your life, click here. In part 2, we will be continuing with some of the benefits associated with volunteering and how it will change your life. · Volunteering is beneficial to your career: · Individuals that work at any organi ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

3 Tips To Guard Your Investments

With the stock market becoming more stable and the advancements of technology allowing anyone to invest easily, it would seem that your investments are safe. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. With the advancements in technology, hackers have developed new ways of ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

How To Begin Investing In The Stock Market: Explained

Since it began its first trading day, the stock market has been turbulent with crashes during the Great Depression and recent recession, but also resurgence during the 1970s and late 2010s. However, even with the unpredictability of the stock market, it still poises to be a viabl ...

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Wesley Oler IV

1 year ago

How Volunteering Will Change Your Life

Most of us know the benefits when it comes to volunteering and how it changes the lives of the people in need. With that being said, there are still many opportunities to volunteer and the number of volunteers has been on the decline, with only 25% of people surveyed volunteering ...

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