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Investing

At Cash Blog, we love to talk about investing.  It’s one of our specialties.

We’re so obsessed with investing that we’ve even done our own internal stock market research.

Beyond that, our staff has decades of investing experience between the stock market, real estate, crypto, forex, and precious metals.  We have writers who specialize in each niche, and we’re happy to share our investing expertise with you.

How to Make Money in the Stock Market

How do you make money in the stock market? We have actionable answers here that are based on bonafide statistical research.

Turbocharged Pullbacks

For many people, there is almost a perpetual hunt for ways to make money in the stock market. As regular readers of Cash Blog know,

What is the S&P 500?

You hear it in the news all the time: “The S&P 500 is up a hundred points today.” Or “The S&P 500 is in the

The Market’s Average Rate of Return for the Last 90 Years

According to CNBC, the average annualized total return for the S&P 500 index over the past 90 years is 9.8 percent.  That’s based on data

The 6 Best Stock Trading Platforms

Looking for some tips on the best stock trading platform to use?  You’re in the right place. I’ve been trading in the stock market for

What Would Warren Buffett Invest in if He Were You? Simple: VOO!

Have you ever wished that someone could just tell you how to make money in the stock market? Well good news.  Your wish has come

The 3 Best Stock Alert Services

If you’ve ever wondered how to make money in the stock market, using a good trade alert service is like a way to jump to

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The content on Cashblog.com is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not financial advice and we are not certified financial advisors. Cashblog.com strives to keep its information accurate and up to date, but it may differ from actual numbers. We may have financial relationships with companies listed on our site. We may receive compensation for the placement of sponsored products or services. We work hard to write authentic and accurate articles.