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Recovering From a Bad Investment

So, you made an investment that didn’t work out. The first step is to take a deep breath.
Bad investments can happen. One misstep doesn’t mean you can’t recover your investment. In the long run, it may even make you a more experienced and skillful investor.

An investment, by nature, is some sort of deployment of capital in order to make a profit. Investors should know that in order to make money, they might have to take a risk.

In fact, risk and return are two sides of the same coin. Generally speaking, to have a chance at a higher reward, you must assume a higher risk. Assuming risk means taking the chance that you might lose money. There are no free lunches.

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Hottest Real Estate Markets in 2019

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about who has the upper hand in the current real estate market—buyers or sellers. In recent years, the supply of existing homes for sale has fallen below demand, leading to a real estate market that tends to favor sellers.

Now, it seems the market may be changing, providing better opportunities for prospective buyers, at least in some locations. “It could even become a nationwide trend by mid to late 2020, as supply and demand conditions change,” according to the Home Buying Institute .

If you’re a homeowner—or hoping to become one—you’ve probably heard the terms “seller’s market” and “buyer’s market.” It’s all about how many homes are for sale, how many people are seeking to buy, and how that affects prices and the speed at which homes sell.

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SoFi Money vs Bank of America

There are a lot of options when it comes to managing your money and it can be overwhelming deciding which bank or money management app is right for you. We’ll help break it down for you. Below you’ll find a comparison of SoFi Money and Bank of America—so you can see how we stack up against some of the competition.

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SoFi Money vs Wells Fargo

There are a lot of options when it comes to managing your money and it can be overwhelming deciding which bank or money management app is right for you. We’ll help break it down for you. Below you’ll find a comparison of SoFi Money and Wells Fargo—so you can see how we stack up against some of the competition.

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SoFi Money vs Chase

There are a lot of options when it comes to managing your money and it can be overwhelming deciding which bank or money management app is right for you. We’ll help break it down for you. Below you’ll find a comparison of SoFi Money and Chase—so you can see how we stack up against some of the competition.

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