Terin Miller

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How to Invest for Retirement in 2019

How to Invest for Retirement in 2019

It's never too early to start thinking about or begin investing for your retirement. Learn 12 tips on how to invest for retirement in 2019 today.

What Are Blue Chip Stocks and Why Should You Invest in Them?

What Are Blue Chip Stocks and Why Should You Invest in Them?

Blue Chip stocks have a large capitalization, a history of growth and stability, and frequently pay dividends. But what exactly are they, and should you invest in them?

What is a Convertible Bond? Definition & Example

What is a Convertible Bond? Definition & Example

If you're looking for the security of a fixed-income investment that has potential to be changed into a stock, consider purchasing convertible bonds as part of an aggressive strategy.

How to Make Money Playing Video Games

How to Make Money Playing Video Games

Don't let anyone tell you that you can't make money playing video games. Here are 8 ways to get started.

When to Sell a Stock

When to Sell a Stock

Investors are frequently told to 'buy low' and 'sell high.' But how high should an investment go before being sold? And how can an investor determine the right time to sell?

What Is Dr. Dre's Net Worth?

What Is Dr. Dre's Net Worth?

Dr. Dre, who brought N.W.A. to the hip-hop and rap world, isn't as rich as Jay-Z. But he's close. So how much is Dr. Dre worth?

What Is a Pay Stub?

What Is a Pay Stub?

How can you be sure your employer is paying you as agreed? You can look at your pay stub.

How to Use Samsung Pay

How to Use Samsung Pay

Samsung Pay can be used where other mobile payment applications can't, thanks to its use of magnetic-stripe technology.

What Is J.K. Rowling's Net Worth?

What Is J.K. Rowling's Net Worth?

Back when she first obtained a literary agent, J.K. Rowling was told she'd never be able to make money writing children's books. More than two decades later, she remains the wealthiest living writer.

Capital Structure: Definition & Examples

Capital Structure: Definition & Examples

A company's capital structure refers to how it finances its operations and growth with different sources of funds, such as bond issues, long-term notes payable, common stock, preferred stock, or retained earnings.