You’re interested in purchasing some stock. You’re considering two companies. The first company’s current price per share is $50; the second company’s price per share is $10. If they are both projected to return 10%, which one should you buy?
Working with a financial advisor may add “value” in a number of ways. Weekly guest, Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group has the study to prove it.
Imagine driving a car without a basic understanding of the rules of the road, or even how to operate it. It’s a scary thought. Something scarier, not knowing your own finances and how to manage them.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “A penny saved is a penny earned.” The modern upgrade to that observation might be that $100 not spent is more like $143. How so?
In today’s world, we all know how important a good credit score is. What we don’t know are the do’s and don’ts of making and keeping a good credit score. Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group gives us some tips.
Did you know the credit score provided to you may be different from the one provided to lenders? Well if you didn’t, you should.
Sector investing is growing in popularity among investors who want broaden their investment strategy beyond conventional allocations and investment styles.
Very often in our weekly financial tips with Glen Wood of The Glen Wood Financial Group, we reference The S&P 500 Composite Index. In this segment, Glen explains more about it.