March 30, 2018

1. Cash is expensive. 2. Cash can get lost or stolen. 3. No insurance or cash back.

July 23, 2017

Yes, I would save $500 per month and invest it on SPY. This is an ETF wich resembles the S&P 500 and has some of the lowest expenses. It is reasonable to assume a return of 7% per year over 30–40 years. With that, you will have over a million dollars.

Also consider:


July 23, 2017

It varies by entity, but in most cases by providing the data below you don't need a check:

  • routing number

  • account number

  • name of bank

  • city and state of bank

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July 23, 2017

One cloudy day in 1990, I am listening to a lecture in on my Finance classes in undergrad. The professor makes the point that there is no way to consistently beat the market, because if there was one, everyone would copy it or the one who knows how to do it would keep...

September 30, 2016

As a Non-US person, I have helped colleagues open accounts at TD Ameritrade, Fidelity Investments and other brokers for the past 20 years.

In general,

-Yes, it is possible for non-US residents to open accounts at TD Ameritrade

This is what you will need:

  1. TD Ameritrade...

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