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2019: The Year Cable TV Dies


A little-known California company has built a profound new platform that some of our top investors believe is positioning them to dominate the second wave of the cord-cutting revolution.

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7 Main Differences Between Rich and Poor People


How to Become Rich. Not every rich person is born into a wealthy family, so how do so many well-off people reach their financial goals? A major difference between rich people and those who have money problems can be found in the way they think, act, and see the world. Check out these 7 ifferences between the rich and poor and use them as your own financial tips to become rich.

Those who have a lot of money don’t always flaunt their wealth. It may sound surprising, but there’s no real need to buy a pair of $1,000 jeans if you can find a high-quality product that’s 10 times cheaper. -Things rich people don’t save on are: coffee machine, induction stove, LED light bulbs, energy-saving glass, thermostatic shower faucet. -Rich people don’t keep their income in savings accounts; they have funds in their budget that they can invest, and they do this regularly. -Rich people don’t overspend. If they use a credit card, they do everything to avoid paying finance charges. -Rich people see opportunities for growth and success in everything they do. -The rich are willing to overcome obstacles to achieve their goals. They realize that you can’t win without taking risks. -Rich people choose to face their fears to become a more successful and powerful individual.

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Tips for How to Get Out of Debt Now! 


How to get out of debt? Here’s 7 tips to help get your started.

Make a budget, organize your loans, and put your money to work to knock out your debt.

Getting into debt is easy. Trying to get out of debt is the hard part.

Total household debt in the U.S. is more than $13 trillion, a record according to a recent report from the Federal Reserve. That comes out to about $137,000 per household. While the majority of that debt is for mortgages, households have also racked up a staggering $17,000 in credit card debt, on average, and $37,000 in student loan debt.

Even if you don’t have credit card student loan debt, it’s possible you have other types of debt, such as auto loans, or medical bills.

So, how can you dig yourself out of the hole and get out of debt? Here are some common strategies:

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