137 POSTS 0 COMMENTSJoshua Rodriguez has worked in the finance and investing industry for more than a decade. In 2012, he decided he was ready to break free from the 9 to 5 rat race. By 2013, he became his own boss and hasn’t looked back since. Today, Joshua enjoys sharing his experience and expertise with up and comers to help enrich the financial lives of the masses rather than fuel the ongoing economic divide. When he’s not writing, helping up and comers in the freelance industry, and making his own investments and wise financial decisions, Joshua enjoys spending time with his wife, son, daughter, and eight large breed dogs. See what Joshua is up to by following his Twitter or contact him through his website, CNA Finance.
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Nearly half of all Americans have no money invested in the stock market. But somehow many cash-strapped Americans manage a few dollars every month to pay for subscriptions like cellphone plans and gym memberships. Read on to learn why you should treat investing like a subscription, and how to do it.
Once you’re ready to invest, you want to choose the best stocks. There are a whopping 6,100 different stocks to choose from listed on the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange. With so many choices, where do you start? Use this guide to identify the top stocks to consider buying this month.
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