Budget Mistakes to Avoid in 2019

Not having an emergency fund

The importance of an emergency fund cannot be overstated, especially if you belong to a lower or middle income household. A Federal Reserve survey says that 40% of people in the US do not even have $400 saved up for an emergency. In the absence of an emergency fund, you might have to dip into your savings or investment account in case an irregular, unexpected expense pops up. Or worse, you might have to borrow money from someone. Ideally, you should have at least three to six months of your income saved up in your emergency fund.

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Cryptocurrency Will Shine Through the Coming Chaos

While the U.S. spends and spends and spends its way into oblivion, the eventual result will be inflation. Serious inflation. The dollar will crash, gold will shoot higher and Bitcoin, well, it can only become more scarce and more valuable. There’s a natural ceiling to the number of Bitcoins that will exist — ever. By design, there can only be 21 million of them. Soon, the ceiling will be hit. Now is the moment to get into cryptocurrency. There’s a been a rise of late, but prices are consolidating, setting up for the next leap higher. Grab Keene Little's widely followed cryptocurrency newsletter, Crypto Wealth Protocol completely risk free.
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