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My Goals for Q2 2019

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As April has begun it is time for me to set up new goals I will like to personally accomplish for myself and towards Operation Retirement. Q1 of 2019 January-March was a mixed result for myself as I have not been as profitable in options and I was unfortunately laid off from my job. Due […]

Personal Finances

Family Budget Calculator

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This is a great calculator that gives the average living market value in the county/city that you live in. Depending on how many children or other adults live with you gives you the ideal income on how much the average person needs to make per year to live in the city, town, or county in […]

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One Year Trading Options

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It has been one year since I started trading options on the stock market and I have learned a lot since I began back In march of 2018. I started options trading when I got my invite from Robinhood to be on the waitlist to get into options trading. When I finally got in trading […]

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Experiences Made Me More Money

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It is a popular phrase that experiences are much better than materialistic possessions. I agree as I continue to travel nationwide and abroad, It has helped me find myself by getting out of my comfort zone and to try new places and experiences I have never done before. I get the opportunity to network with […]

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Happy Birthday Operation Retirement!

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It has been one year since we created operationretirement.org and our Instagram page sharing out personal financial experiences, trading, and much more. I am happy we managed to reach over 1000 followers on our Instagram in November and we are continuing to grow with new followers while interacting daily with those who message or comment […]

Personal Finances

Automation Retirement

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Perhaps one of the most difficult parts of handling finances properly is investing enough for retirement. It is often so difficult because retirement can feel like something to be planned for later. Preparing for retirement is possibly the most procrastinated practice in personal finance. Most people have decided that they will save and even invest […]