I feel like something between the Crosstrek and the Outback would fix all the cons of each while keeping the pros. Maybe a Forester or something.
Robinhood is excellent for trading in individual companies. Keep it simple, pick one to three companies that you already know, think are great and are growing in your experience, and that you would enjoy learning more about and following daily or weekly.
I definitely recommend it! Investing really is a game changer and it is easier than brushing your teeth. But do it when you’re ready, there are ALWAYS opportunities to make great returns as long as you take your time.
Your car is so cool! Hey, just to point out something funny, I think a BMW X7 gets better fuel economy than that IS.
Im glad someone else loves that Queen’s Seating. I would be all over a car with this, especially now that independent fan speeds are appearing in more cars.
I think so too, which makes things such as the license plate being free a huge advantage during the slower sales months (I know Beijing has times in which the license plate can cost more than the car just to keep people from buying vehicles).
I’m terrible with share prices since those are impacted by everyone’s emotions at the time and that’s why we end up oversold or overbought. I can say this though, it makes far more sense for the brand to be valued at over $6 and up today (as in this very minute) than last year.
It’s honestly the easiest thing to get into. Now, there is a big difference between investing and trading, and it’s the day trading stuff that scares people away, but you don’t need that. Investing is all about how much money do you want to make and how soon do you want to make it? If you want to make a 100% profit in…
Typically, Kia as a name comes from the African root and doesn’t reference the automaker. Similar situation as the name Aston. All the rest are 100% for the brands.
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I think all but the Vantage and the hypercars are 2+2 since Aston Martin is still a GT brand (for now).
I dont know what it is though, I’m terrible with old corporate car fascias. Could be a Ranchero, Fairlane, Skyliner, Custom... Like a Honda owner pulling into a Home Depot, I’m getting out of my Element here! This is exactly what it’s going to be like decades from now when we try to explain 2010s cars with too much…
Definitely this, like a '57 Fairlane or something.
Then contribute at least 3% if you aren’t already. In the short term, make sure that you are accumulating your extra savings in an account that returns at least 2% a year (a high yield savings account or money market account are great).
Look into your 401k first and if the company is offering any type of match. If your company does a 25%-100% match on what you contribute (to a limit) then that’s a guaranteed, risk free and instant 25%-100% return on your investment. If you are comfortable contributing up to the maximum for the company match then go…
Awesome job! Seriously!! That’s an instant $6,000 a year back into your pocket. That counts as a return on investing in yourself, which is the best investment you can make.
Paying the car off is a guaranteed, instant return of hundreds of dollars per month. Just think about what kind of interest rate would it take to net you the same payout as that payoff and how excited you would be to jump on that deal otherwise.
I freaking love these guys! I hope Buffet keeps taking Gates around to the businesses he owns. Most of the billionaire business owners (including Musk and even Trump for a while) are/were really humble and hilarious people until they get too much media attention and go through the celebrity crap.
Teddy honest, I thought this would be unbearable but I’m handling this wheel well.