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Dollar Cost Averaging During Stock Market Crash

How Investors Who Practiced Dollar Cost Averaging Were Richer Within Only 2 Years of the Credit Crisis Meltdown

Citing data provided by Vanguard, one of the premier mutual fund and 401(k) providers in the world, The New York Times recently reported that 60 percent of 401(k) accounts now have more money in them than they did before the stock market crash and worst recession since the Great Depression began two years ago.

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Paying for Your House with Dollar Cost Averaging

Paying for Your House with Dollar Cost Averaging

A family member recently used dollar cost averaging and the power of compounding in such a creative way, that I thought it would be useful to share it.  This technique, which he developed after studying the various returns available on different asset classes, was designed to show that two factory workers, both earning the same salary, paying the same taxes, and having the same expenses, could end up with vastly different levels of wealth based on what they did with their surplus cash each month.  Let’s take a look at this dollar cost averaging technique and how he hopes it will help him earn several extra hundred thousand dollars in profit over the coming decades.

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Paid $31,000 on Paid Search Engine Keywords as a Test

A $31,000 Lesson on Paid Search

For the past few weeks, I’ve been toying with paid search at our e-commerce businesses.  We’ve always had great success with organic search and, in many cases, dominate our keywords leading to terrific sales at a very low cost.  However, with paid search, we weren’t as familiar with the mechanics and the best way to get a high conversion rate. We approved a budget to test out the process and learn in a trial-by-error format. 

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Horseshoe Political Theory Explanation

Horseshoe Political Theory

Those who talk about “the left” or “right right” when it comes to politics or political theory are often missing a very important point. The best illustration comes from horseshoe political theory, which states that opposing sides of an issue are more like the ends of a horseshoe. In other words, their belief in the right to force their will on the populace is just as strong with the only difference being the specific beliefs they are espousing. Instead of being complete opposites on a spectrum, they sit side by side.

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