My 40th birthday is fast approaching. I’ve thought a lot recently about turning 40. According to the average U.S. life expectancy, I’m more than halfway through my life. I’m not sure about retirement.
I’ve not thought much about it. On one hand, I hope I’m able to continue working long past the time many others would be relaxing. Then again, I should build a safety net for myself. Who knows if I’ll eventually need it?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished over 16,000 this week for the first time. The Standard and Poor’s 500 is also at a record high. History says stocks, now nicely inflated, are about to be “corrected.” That is, a bear market is probably coming soon as people seek to collect profits from fast-rising stocks.
American Bullion is offering a way for you to build your retirement nest egg and also avoid any carnage a seller’s market on Wall Street would cause.
Click the link for more information about the Gold IRA. You can also call 1-800-547-8418 to request American Bullion’s Free Gold Guide if you more to learn more.
Instead of holding a lot of paper, be they stocks, bonds or Treasuries, you’ll have precious metals in your account. Consider the Gold IRA Infographic. Quantitative easing isn’t yet over. Dollars will be pumped into the economy much faster than will gold or silver. Have a great Sunday.
You probably know about auction websites. You may have made a few bids. Perhaps you’ve won some items for low prices. Then again, you might have felt confused or overwhelmed about the process.
DealDash understands that you deserve help so you know what to do. Click the above link and watch the video to learn all the basics. Within 100 seconds, you’ll be ready to start placing bids on items you like. Good luck!
Once you have some experience and confidence, you’ll become an auction ace. Thank you for visiting. I hope you’re doing well. I promise to post more often. Have a great weekend.
I know things have been quiet at the main site lately. I recently renewed the domain through May 2014 and I realized that I haven’t posted here for some time. There has been a steady stream of posts at Party List though. I added a post yesterday at Paul Spangler. I hope you have time to read them.
I also hope you have time to enjoy the mid-spring weekend that’s upon us. Some of the country still looks and feels like winter but much of the U.S. is quite pleasant. Before you know it, the summer driving season will be at hand.
Saving money is important. The economy is slowly improving. At least, the worst seems to have passed except for places like Cyprus. Nonetheless, finding bargains remains critical. No one wants to waste cash.
I mentioned the summer driving season. Obviously, driving involves vehicles. Having a car means you’ll need car insurance. California, as do some other states, requires drivers to carry proof of insurance. Without it, one will incur fines and penalties should he be stopped.
You don’t want such trouble. Having your car impounded would end your holiday driving plans before they begin. You want to get adequate coverage. You also want to get the best possible deal. Balancing cost and value can be tricky. Get as much information as you can before making a decision.
Wherever you live, saving money is a smart idea. If you are looking for cheap auto insurance Houston, click the link for more information. If you must have car insurance, there’s no need to spend more than necessary.
I hope you are doing well today. Have a great day and a fabulous weekend. Thanks as always for visiting. I appreciate your support and I promise I’ll post more frequently.
When I heard about DealDash, I visited the site. Click the link for more information. I’ve been to some auction sites. You’ve likely seen some sites advertise.
As I type these words, I’m watching some people bid on a 17-inch black laptop. The computer retails for $849 but the current bid price is about $25.50. Every ten seconds, someone has to top the existing high bid and the item is sold.
Every new bid raises the price by exactly one cent. The timer is reset. Some newer auctions have 30- and 20-second clocks. The auctions usually disallow jumpers after the price reaches five dollars. I used to call them “vultures,” meaning people who would quietly gauge an auction and swoop into the bidding at the last minute to claim the item.
In addition, after a certain time, no new bidders are allowed. At least, you know your competition. Each bid costs 60 cents. Losing bidders may reclaim the bids they used for free on a item by buying said item at retail price.
I’d take advantage of the Christmas sale, which lasts until midnight Jan. 8 Pacific time. Bids can be bought for 13 cents each. If you want to save money, there’s a good way to begin. I hope you have a great week.