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Stocks For Your Kids: Year 4 Update

Stocks For Your Kids Series: How to Choose Year 1 Update Year 2 Update Year 3 Update Dear Son, It’s time to look at your stocks again!  These are interesting times at our house as you turned 8.  Due to my recent

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Stocks For Your Kids: Year 3 Update

Stocks For Your Kids Series: How to Choose Year 1 Update Year 2 Update Dear Son, Well, it’s just a few days past your 7th birthday and it seems we’re buried in Chima LEGO’s over here.  What strides you’ve made this year

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Stocks For Your Kids: Year 2 Update

Dear Son, Happy birthday!  On Sunday you turned 6 years old.   What a joy it's been to watch you grow over the past year.  It's hard to believe you're almost done with kindergarten.  You're really starting to understand the

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Stock Update (6 Months Later)

  Back in August 2011, I went on a buying spree of sorts when the market was tanking.  I had a lot of cash burning a hole in my pocket, and I went $PENDING!  I also promised to re-visit that

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What I’m Buying Today

Today, I'm probably going to buy nothing except Sour Patch Kids Extreme.  Did you know you could buy these in bulk on Amazon?  They are fan-fucking-tastic.  I could eat these forever. But, perhaps you were thinking more along the lines

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Stocks For Your Kids: Year 1 Update

Dear son, Happy anniversary. Today your ShareBuilder.com account is roughly 1 year old, and in a few days you will be 5 years old. We're just getting started on your path to financial freedom. I can't wait for the day

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Buying General Electric

I bought some more GE today for $15/share in my Roth IRA. I can’t believe the prices on some of these companies. It’s definitely a case of throwing the baby out with the bath water. And the dividend yields are

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