Exploring Common Myths Surrounding your Finances and Investments
Do you need to have lots of money to be an investor? Is buying always smarter than renting? Does having a credit card balance improve your credit score? There are lots of questions and misconceptions around personal finance, Tracy Burke recently joined Fox 43 to break down some of these myths.
Tracy explores some common investment myths in his most recent segment, covering topics like comparing investing to gambling, timing the market, and the idea of gold as an investment.
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