What is Invest 5050™? Are you new to investing? Gregory explains his Invest 5050™ money management philosophy in an on-air segment of the Winning at Life radio show. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and your question could be featured next! ASK GREGORY We’re Here to Help Have questions about…

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What should I look for in an investment firm? Do you know what to look for in an investment firm? When you have money to invest, it may be wise to do some research before handing it over to just any investment service. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and…

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How can I restore my credit after a tough divorce? Gregory gives a caller tips on how to restore his credit after a rough divorce. Do you have questions for Gregory? Press the ASK GREGORY below and your question could be featured next! ASK GREGORY We’re Here to Help Have questions about this week’s content,…

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Get past the fear so you can start creating wealth. There’s an old joke about the best way to make $1 million in the stock market: All you have to do is invest $2 million. If that cheesy quip prompted you to break out in a cold sweat, it’s time to face your stock market fears.…

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If you’re just getting into investing, consider these 3 tips. More than half of U.S. households have some level of investment in the stock market, according to the Pew Research Center. While only a small segment of American families (14%) directly invest in individual stocks, Pew found that 52% participate in the market through their retirement…

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Nearly a third of of non-retired Americans plan to tap their retirement savings this year to buy necessities or pay down debt, according to a new survey from Money and Morning Consult. The survey of 2,200 adults conducted last month found that 35% of non-retired respondents had already dipped into their retirement funds since the…

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There’s no doubt that 2020 was a terrible year. It included almost 2 million worldwide coronavirus deaths, staggering unemployment levels, innumerable businesses going under, stock markets collapsing (and recovering), and political turmoil. All this chaos led to a lot of doomscrolling, which Merriam-Webster defines as “the tendency to continue to surf or scroll through bad…

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We’re all supposed to have money set aside for a rainy day, and ideally, your emergency fund should contain enough cash to cover three to six months’ worth of essential living expenses. That way, if you lose your job or get hit with an unplanned bill, like a sudden home or car repair, you’ll have…

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Buying your first home is unlike any purchase you’ve ever made. While it can be daunting just thinking about making a down payment on a house, the asking price won’t nearly reflect the amount you’ll end up paying, with extraneous costs popping up left, right and center. And if that incites enough anxiety to stick to…

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One of the hardest truths of retirement planning is that you’re never going to get it right. Just like today’s retirees never could’ve foreseen the pandemic and recession we’re currently living through, there will be surprises that come up for you in your senior years, some of which may cost you a lot of money…

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