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Bond prices rise when interest fall. Conversely, bond prices fall when interest rates rise. People are often puzzled by this relationship, and it’s understandable why the confusion exists. This article is going to help clarify it once and for all. You have to think about it in terms of what kind of rate can you […]
The word on the street is the API allowing developers to access Yahoo Finance data is down for good. Last Tuesday, I was working in my R environment and tried to obtain prices using the default source for the Quantmod library. If you are unfamiliar with this library, it gives you access to stock quotes, […]
Anyone who tells you that investing is easy, either has not done it before or is trying to sell you something. Investing is difficult. It’s tough enough to know which company to pick, let alone know how it will perform sometime in the future. However, we’ve been given a gift of sorts. Since November 2016, […]
Many of us will get into credit card debt at some point in our lives. Some will amass huge debts where the interest payments each month can be higher than what they make in salary. They no longer can tread water when this happens. When people get desperate they may be tempted to turn to […]
Yahoo Finance is Free – Or Is It?If you want to value your portfolio without logging in to your brokerage account, you could set up a spreadsheet and download prices from Yahoo Finance. They don’t charge any money for this service. It is completely free. They do have a daily limit to how much data […]
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