How to Save Extra Money each Month Save Extra Money Each Month Are you on a tight budget and know you need to save more? If you are like most people, we know we need to save but do not understand how to accomplish this mandate. Justin Goodbread, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER(TM) and Wealth Manager with Heritage Investors in Knoxville, TN provides you with a few ‘out side the box’ ideas on how to save additional money without changing much in our daily lifestyle. Heritageinvestors Planningisfun So in this article and video we have described the full tips on ” How to save extra $ each month”.
The stock market moves up and down; sometimes rapidly. I will addresses what you should and should not do in volatile markets. If you have not yet watched the video yet then please watch it now for the full tutorial. If you like our videos then share it with your family and friends and support us to provide you such useful information continuously. Thanks for watching. And don’t miss our other informative financial videos. Justin Goodbread owns Knoxville Tennessee-based Wealth Management Firm Heritage Investors who works with select successful business owners and retirees by building comprehensive financial plans.
Balance among types of investment is as important as the balance among individual stocks and bonds. Just as individual companies and investments may do better or worse, various areas of the economy may also fare well or poorly. Of course, you prefer for all of your investments to strike gold, but that doesn’t happen for even the savviest among us. Instead, we have to plan for the occasional hiccup in our portfolios. In other words, we must diversify. By balancing among different types of investment, different durations of investment, and different weighting of risk and reward, we attempt to maximize the money coming in while protecting ourselves from the inevitable ups and downs of individual investments and markets. This strategy is known as diversification, and it is familiar to most of us. We look for the balance that comes from dividing our investments between stocks and bonds or between big […]