Inflation: The New Federal Reserve Policy and What this Means

Photo of the Federal Bank by WSJ The Federal Reserve is one of the most important pieces of our economy, focusing on enacting monetary to keep the economy in balance. Yesterday's announce from the Central Bank noted that the bank would "tolerate inflation moderately above 2%". On average, inflation is slightly above 3% per year. … Continue reading Inflation: The New Federal Reserve Policy and What this Means

Dividend Investing: 3 Stocks Still at a Rare Discount

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Long term dividend growth investing is becoming a increasingly popular. As the market hit rock bottom during the onset of covid, a potential once in a lifetime buying opportunity was presented. Over the course of the last several months, I have added Coca-Cola(KO), Delta Airlines(DAL), Verizon(VZ), BP Inc(BP), Bank of America(BAC) and more to my … Continue reading Dividend Investing: 3 Stocks Still at a Rare Discount

Cashing Out my Chase Ultimate Reward Points

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After pondering whether to cash out my Chase Ultimate Rewards Points for investment funds, I finally pulled the trigger last week. With travel at a standstill, I figured my 200k points($2,000) would be better of invested in the stock market. With over a million American Express Rewards Points saved up, Chase points were a bit … Continue reading Cashing Out my Chase Ultimate Reward Points

Dividend Growth Investing?

Dividend Growth Investing is great long term strategy for building a nest egg. DGI for short, Dividend Growth Investing involves investing in mostly blue chip dividend paying companies. You would then reinvest those dividend into more shares of blue chips. What is Dividend Growth Investing? Dividend Growth Investing is a long term investing strategy focusing … Continue reading Dividend Growth Investing?