A credit card's interest rate is the price you pay for borrowing money. For credit cards, the interest rates are typically stated as a yearly rate, called the Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Where it can become a little more complicated, however, is that each single credit card may have multiple APRs that apply to it.
After experiencing a bull run for decades, the price of gold has been on an incessant decline since its high in 2011 - and is down a whopping 73% since then. Given prices plummeted around 5% in the last week alone, this shiny metal is making headlines both in popular and financial press. Is it time to buy?
I have to be honest with you guys - I let my health slip a bit over the past year. Juggling trading penny stocks and teaching others to do the same doesn't leave me a lot of time for healthy living, and even that limited time got eaten up by all the work I put into my 35-hour "How to Make Millions" course.