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Here are the top ten articles for the Investing Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Three Little Mice Savings Fable
Sometimes a story teaches better than an article. Why not journey along as these three little mice learn a valuable savings lesson?
2. Information Overload Hurts Your Portfolio
Do you believe that you need the maximum information to make a good financial decision? Are you always checking the up-to-the-minute news on your favorite financial site? You could be doing harm to your portfolio.
3. Important Financial Dates 2015
The beginning of 2015 is the perfect opportunity to get your finances in order. One part of this is to make note of the important financial dates in the coming year. This way you will be prepared in advance.
4. Living below Your Means and Investing
You may wonder what living below your means has to do with investing. Obviously, you need to live below your income in order to have money to invest. Did you know that living below your means has a big effect on your portfolio?
5. The Bank Security Breach
A little fiction to brighten your day. A bank has suffered a security breach. Can you solve the mystery?
6. 5 Free Fantasy Stock Market Games
Want to trade individual stocks? Don't want to risk your own money? Fantasy Stock Market games are a great way to practice investing and trading stocks. They give you free virtual money to build a portfolio. This way you gain experience and confidence without the risk.
7. Wall Street Survivor Review
Learning about the stock market can seem overwhelming. Stock market investing games that also teach can make learning easy and fun. Wall Street Survivor is one of these games. They give you $100,000 free virtual money to practice stock investing.
8. Retirees May Need Less Income
One aspect of financial planning involves how much income a retiree will need for spending. A recent study in the Journal of Financial Planning studied retirees' time. One can deduce from the results that retirees spend their time on less expensive activities which reduces their income needs.
9. How to Control Investing Success
Investing may seem that it is totally out of your control. Some aspects of wealth accumulation and retirement savings are out of our control. Others give us more control than we may think possible.
10. Investing and Your Spouse
Often investing and money management falls to one spouse. This may be due to one spouse having better math skills or greater interest in investing. It is important for both spouses to know the family's finances though. Do you know why?
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