Podcast – Investing Should Be Easy – Episode 3

In the third episode of his podcast, Alex Richwagen continues the investment strategy in pursuit of long term growth, dividend reinvestment, and compounding gains to teach others how to become better off financially. In today’s show, Alex will review the first investment opportunity, Physician’s Realty Trust, (DOC), that is available through direct stock purchase transfer agent on Computershare.com.

During the episode, Alex goes through various analysis to break down the company to determine if it’s a good investment or not.  Among the sites Alex will use are:

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If you want to submit any questions for show, please send an email to – alex.richwagen@gmail.com

Thanks!

Alex

Podcast – Investing Should be Easy – Episode 2

In the second episode of his podcast, Alex Richwagen continues on the investment strategy in pursuit of long term growth, dividend reinvestment, and compounding gains to help teach you how to become better off financially. In today’s show, Alex will review the two main platforms for a low risk investment strategy offering affordable and easy options:

During the episode, we will go through each website discussed on the show listed above, how to create an account, and view the number of companies each option offers. In further detail, we will talk about familiar names to invest in like McDonalds, Coca-Cola, and Walmart.

To view the episode and Subscribe:

If you want to submit any questions for show, please send an email to – alex.richwagen@gmail.com

Thanks!

Alex

Podcast – Investing Should Be Easy – Episode 1

In the opening episode of his new podcast, Alex Richwagen will help identify a long-term investment strategy in pursuit of long term growth, dividend reinvestment, and compounding gains to be better off financially. Alex goes through the following six areas of his strategy:
1. Why Investing
2. Affordability & Flexibility
3. Risk
4. Supported by Data
5. How the strategy works
6. Next Steps

Check out and subscribe to the initial episode by clicking this link https://tinyurl.com/lgyvl23

if you have any questions, send it into my email box, alex.richwagen@gmail.com.

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FREE EBOOK – Curious about Investing?

I get asked lots of time to help breakdown finances, investing, and the stock market from folks around me.  While I do have a full end-to-end published book on Investing with Strategies available here, I put together a shorter read to help someone understand how to get started.

It’s also available on Amazon.com for $0.99 if you would like to contribute to my writing.

Hope you enjoy!

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Difference Between a Roth IRA and Regular IRA

Why would you want an IRA?  Retirement, right?

Roth or Traditional?

What’s the difference?

Would you rather a tax credit now or pay no taxes later?

When will you need the money?

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Investment Idea – Safety and Dividends with Insurance IAK

How is your portfolio lately?  Not so rosy?  Too much risk?  Is the stock market continues to turning your stomach?  How about taking a look at a much lower risk investment idea that will provide steady growth with dividends instead.  I’m talking about investing with insurance.  There’s an ETF made up of several insurance companies, which spreads out the risk even more, that is that opportunity called IAK.

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Advice for Young Investors from Someone who’s Been There…

I recently had an opportunity to sit down with Randy Warrum, a succesful director at a Fortune 100 company.  I wanted to discuss our different investment styles and get another perspective on investing from someone who is on the verge of retirement vs. someone in the journey.  He gives some solid advice to younger generations and I share my strategies as well.  Here’s a transcript of our conversation.  Take a look!

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Double your Money in 7 Years – Golden Rule of 72

I wrote last week about How to Double your Money Every 7 Years, here’s more evidence of how and why.

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Golden Rule of 72

There is the rule called the Golden Rule of 72 I want to introduce to you.  It explains how investing money can and will double in value from the original amount.  This rule is directly related to the rate of return the investment yields.  In the previous article, since we know the standard stock market rate of return of 11%, we take the golden rule of 72 and divide it by 11 and that yields an answer of 6.5455.  Basically, this tells us that the original money investment will double every 6.5 years according to the rule.  Basically, take your return and divide it by 11 and you will see how long it will take for your investment to double. Continue reading

Greece, China = Unstable Market – How to Protect your Portfolio

Greece…China…

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Both countries are causing the market turbulence and stomach aches for queasy investors.  As I’m writing this, Greece, still doesn’t have a solution as their PM flip-flops more than pancakes on a griddle.  China’s stock market has been such a mess, that 25% of stocks stopped trading due to deep losses and heavy fluctuation on Tuesday, 7/7/15.  This isn’t an article on further issues with either country.  It’s to get you thinking about what happens what markets can wildly fluctuate and more importantly, how to protect the investments in your portfolio.   Continue reading

Looking for a Stable Investment in an Unstable Market?

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First off, isn’t it great to buy a house these days with such low interest rates?  Our parents paid upwards of 14% back in the 80s for a mortgage and we are paying something like 3-4% nowadays.  Because interest rates are so low, it has downstream effects.  It’s great for home buyers to afford a lower monthly payment without paying too much interest on the loan.  The economy has been stimulated over the past 4 years providing a tremendous bull market leaving stocks at record highs.  How do you think this impacts banks and financial institutions? Continue reading