LRC Fundamentals Day 32: Knowledge is Money

LRC Fundamentals Day 32: Knowledge is Money

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Day 30: Competitor Quotes

Day 31: Negotiate

Week 5: Insurance & Investing

Today’s Easy  Financial Task: Get educated

How to rock this task :

  • Define key investment terms
  • Identify investment sites and resources

Now on to investing. Investing is the only way to gain real wealth, so let’s get to it. A rich investor is an educated investor. Here are a few key terms to get you started:

Net worth - A measure of your monetary value. Your total assets (things that put money into your pocket), minus your total liabilities (things that take money out of your pocket).

Assets - Anything that adds value and increases your net worth, ie. a home (usually), art (possibly), stocks, business, etc.

Liabilities - Anything that loses value and decreases your net worth, ie. a car, electronics, clothes, those designer shoes (real or fake -they still decrease in value).

Interest Rate - A rate which is charged or paid for the use of money. Interest rates go both ways: if you’re borrowing money it will cost you, if you’re lending money (i.e. CDs, savings accounts etc.) you make money.

Stock - A share in a public company that, when purchased, makes you part owner.

Shareholder- An owner of shares (or stocks) in a company.

Dividend- Money paid regularly by a company to its shareholders out of its profits.

Mutual Fund - Funds that include a group of stocks, bonds, or other investments. Unlike a stock where you purchase one company at a time, with mutual funds you purchase a group of investments based on your investment goals.

Bonds - An IOU from a company or municipality. You lend them money by purchasing their bond and they owe you back according to the terms of the contract.

Traditional IRA vs. Roth IRA - An IRA is an Individual Retirement Account. The main difference between the two has to do with the income tax on the money you put into the plans. With a Traditional IRA, you pay taxes when you withdraw the money at and during retirement. With a Roth IRA, it's the exact opposite and you pay the taxes on the front end, but there are no taxes to pay once you retire. In both Traditional and Roth IRAs, your money grows, tax free, while it's in the account.

401k - A savings plan that allows employees to contribute a fixed amount of income to a retirement account and defer taxes until withdrawal.

Get even more terms and resources from sites like www.investopedia.com and www.learnvest.com.

Before you leave, I want you to know something. I want you to know that know matter where you are or how many mistakes you've made with your finances in the past, there's hope. If you're willing to do the work; if you're willing to stick to it; if you're willing to ask questions and take action with the answers, you CAN and WILL create a better life for yourself and your family.

Now that you know some key investment terms, have some site resources and a sprinkle of inspiration, tomorrow we’ll identify your investment goals.

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Question: What new investing term did you learn today? How do you feel about investing in general? I'd love to know. Please share with me in the comments below.

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Tiffany

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