I would like to explain Jim Kramer and and his investment theory in the next couple of articles. This time, I would like to introduce the books he authored as well as the TV program he is hosting.
"Investments in the US"
Focus of today's article is Cramer's Covid-19 Index as of June 29, 2020. The Index is made up of 100 stocks that are expected to return even in an economy under the coronavirus pandemic. This Index was first introduced on "Mad Money" in April 2020, and was partially revised on May 26, 2020. On June 29, 2020, the index was further revised.
Today's topic is revised "Cramer's Covid-19 Index". It was originally introduced in his show, Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer, in April 2020. The Index consists of about 100 stocks that are expected to perform well even under the Coronavirus pandemic. This article relates to revised version which is published in May 2020.
In CNBC "Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer", stocks that were expected to perform well even in the economy under the coronavirus pandemic were introduced under the name of "Mad Covid-19 Index". In this article, I would like to introduce them along with Stay-at-Home stocks.
Basics in IRA and 401(k) is discussed. It explains differences between IRA and 401(k) as well as Traditional IRA/Pre-tax 401(k) vs Roth IRA/Roth 401(k).
Which cryptocurrency exchange is open to US Person (US citizen, US residents), and what should be considered if you have an account with cryptocurrency exchanges overseas.
In this post, I would like to introduce cryptocurrency exchanges that are available for U.S. based customers. Coinbase, Kraken, Bitflyer, Gemini, Binance US are briefly explained; all of them accept depositing and withdrawing in US dollars. Explanation about the investment apps Robinhood, the online payment system PayPal as well as brokerage firm Fidelity are also added.
I would like to talk about the attractiveness of investments, mental set you should have in making investments, etc. Including stock investments as well as time deposits, mutual funds, ETFS (exchange-traded Fund) and others.