Credit Repair

Credit Repair – How to Choose the Right Agency

When selecting a credit repair company, not knowing where you stand or even not knowing what to look for could place you and your money on a very tight rope.  Credit repair companies charge a fine dollar for their services, and knowing what you’re up against beforehand puts you in a good position to own the process and get everything …

fallen market

Time to buy?

We had a strange decline in stock markets this week and many average private investors are asking themselves (and FB groups) if it‘s time to buy on that setback. Here‘s my answer. It‘s been a while since I last wrote an article on my blog mostly for private reasons. But times are existing at the moment and reading through social …

The Turnaround Letter

Want to invest in turnaround companies? Look at The Turnaround Letter!  Here I am again. After a break I needed for so many things which were on my agenda, I’m back with my blog. I’m a private value investor as you know and I’m searching for outstanding companies at a bargain. The cheaper a company the higher the possible return. …

Companies

Buy Companies, not Shares

What’s up with the investment market? Stocks are falling since weeks. They are as unpopular as they haven’t been for a long time. Volatility seems to become normal. It’s hard for the average investor to sail through these rough waters. After these many years of a bull market, nobody knows where the financial markets will go with the companies in …

Tax plan property

Buying an investment property for rental under the new tax plan

This guest post is from Onerent, a state of the art leasing & property management service. Given the new proposed United States tax plan from the Trump administration, investing in real estate has some potential implications for a new investor. Most consider the changes extremrely beneficial to first-time real estate investors in particular. To cover the basics first, the existing …