Audi RS Q3 Sportback With 21-Gallop Wheels, Aluminum Pack Visits Vendor

May 24, 2020 German luxury brands are known for carving out new niches, and while Audi didn’t invent the crossover-coupe, it does have a strong presence in this segment. The smallest of the bunch is the Q3 Sportback , a not-for-America swoopy contraption that tries to blend both body styles. It didn’t take more than…

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It’s zero -fee to pull…exactly. It’s actually in a private investment account — not a formal college savings plan or anything — it’s in the stock market in single stocks and has done quite well the past 24 months, so selling their stocks to borrow and replace means 1) zero fees to do so and…

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Been investing in the stock market for over a decade, commerical real estate for two years, options for a year, and failing at making businesses for the last four years. The knowledge comes easy these days with the internet and YouTube but the implementation, dedication, motivation, and learning needs to be from yourself. Goodluck..

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Hey y’all, I’m about to have a 6 month emergency fund saved up and rather than taking the approach of paying off all debt (student loans) before investing I wanted to do both at the same time. I wanted to manage risk by investing some in low, medium, and high risk investments. The only thing…

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I think you need to just re-think what you’re trying to do. If we’re talking about stocks and bonds, there’s no “medium” risk. There’s the relatively low risk of a diversified bond fund (which can still lose value!) and the very high risk of practically any stock. The only “medium” risk investment would be an…

HYSA are basically banks 1) incentivizing americans to bank with them versus other banks…

HYSA are basically banks 1) incentivizing people to bank with them versus other banks 2) increasing the money that the bank has access to for investing in other areas 3) promotional offerings in some cases. Also, the only reason they are seemingly “0% risk” is because the government is funding the insurance and saying that…

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With uncertain times keep t 10k in savings. Maybe then contribute each month to an ira (maybe roth ira)as well to start a little retirement fund. Even contributing to an IRA or brokerage acct still leaves money to save. SP 500 or a total index funds are good choices imo. The fund will invest in…