A money market refers to the trading of very short-term investments, such as government bonds, short-term mortgages, and other securities. They provide investors both small and large with a highly liquid option for transferring money or earning small returns on idle cash. Read on to see if the money markets are a good fit for your investment strategy.
The January Effect, a stock market phenomenon caused by the companies shedding their stocks for tax purposes before year end and then buying them back, can present opportunities for investors. But is it a good for you to invest based on this yearly cycle?
What could be more meaningful than the gift of financial success? Investments as gifts can be a great idea for that hard-to-please family member, or a way to create future financial stability for children.
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