Category Archives: How I Do It

Learn Golden Trading Rules with XTrade Europe

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Compared to other types of online investing options, CFD trading is definitely more risky and more complicated for the majority of traders. And it is not surprising. When we trade with CFDs, we have to deal with permanent and sudden changes in prices and  various other things we just cannot predict on the global market. After all, it is not… Read more »

Oil Trading: Simple Steps to Become a Profitable Endeavour

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Everyone dreams of starting a profitable side-hustle, a small bit on the side which can see hefty financial returns. WikiMedia If you’re looking to start one yourself, oil trading could be the way to go. Yes, trading is complex and yes, if you’re new, you may find it daunting. But if you learn the basics and are ready to begin,… Read more »

The Latest Rage In Market – ‘Passive Income’

In the recent years the term ‘Passive Income’ is rather relatively used. Some call it easy money while others rather staunchly argue it to be an equally hard earned money as a nine to five job. The pop culture often defines it as ‘easy money you earn while sunbathing on a beach sipping mojitos’. Colloquially, the term Passive Income has… Read more »

Why I Hate This Tax Season and Why It Hates Me Back

Tax season is upon us (in case you have not noticed it yet.) I noticed it a long time ago, and not because I really enjoy this time of the year or find it fascinating. If anything, I find it cumbersome. Quite disturbing. Alarming. I pick a night to work on my taxes, I pour myself a glass of wine,… Read more »

My Cheap Broke-Ass Wedding

I never wanted to spend much money on my wedding. Of course, I wanted it to be nice, and not a drive-through style wedding in a Las Vegas chapel. However, I never wanted to spend thousands and thousands of dollars. For a few simple reasons. The first reason was obvious. I always believed that in order for your future married… Read more »

Love Skiing But Hate Spending? Go Nordic.

Utah. Dry summers. Cold winters. Snowy mountains. Expensive ski resorts. Utahns love their snow so much that they claim to have “The Best Snow on Earth.” I can argue with this statement. To say something like this means you are way too arrogant to my liking. Personally, I think the best snow on Earth is at the North Pole. But… Read more »

What I Wish I Knew About Life and Finances In My 20s

I was born in the Soviet Republic of Lithuania. My financial education was nonexistent for about two decades after my birth. Neither my mother, nor my grandmother ever talked to me about financial management. Money was not a taboo, it was just the way everyone was raised in our family: you lived from paycheck to paycheck, sometimes asking for advance,… Read more »

My Not Quite Traditional Marriage

Today is our seventh year anniversary. Seven years of marriage. Seven years of shared experiences, dreams and plans. Seven years of getting to know each other.  Seven years of a life together. When we met over seven years ago, both of us were poor. I was a full-time student, working full-time, my spending problems were in full gear, debt piling… Read more »