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Weekly Round-Up: November Stock Tips

As we enter a new month, many financial experts and advisers are looking ahead with their investment strategies. And there are many opinions out there! As a nonprofit credit counseling agency, ACCC is always interested in keeping up with financial news. Check out these November stock tips for this Weekly Round-Up.

American Consumer Credit Counseling has November stock tips.

American Consumer Credit Counseling has November stock tips.

November Stock Tips to Consider

While the Weekly Round-Up usually looks back at the week, these articles look forward. Investing in the stock market is often a guessing game of future trends and hopeful windfall. Researching the predictions of financial advisers can be helpful in this process.

  • “5 Top Stocks to Buy in November” by The Motley Fool
  • “Top ASX Stock Picks for November” by Yahoo! Finance
  • “October saw markets hit all-time highs, is this a rally you should fear?” by CNBC
  • “7 Stocks to Buy in November” by InvestorPlace

List of Retirement Tips

Here is a list of retirement tips to help get you started building and managing wealth:

  • Start investing a certain percentage of your income every year. Increase the amount until you hit 15%.
  • Don’t remove money from your retirement funds.
  • Compound interest works especially hard the longer you invest. Don’t wait too long to invest or get too side tracked trying to pay for your kid’s college education.
  • Contribute to your employer’s 401(k) plan at least enough to max out the employer contribution.
  • Change your investment risk throughout the years- more risky and aggressive while young to very safe and stable near retirement.
  • Check in with a professional for some financial counseling to ensure you are on track.

Retirement should be a constant part of your financial strategy. Keep an eye on the markets and your fund’s performance to achieve your goals.

If you struggle to pay off debt, ACCC can help. Sign up for a free credit counseling session with us today! 



Michelle is a regular contributor to Talking Cents. She has taken several financial courses on debt management and is ready to circulate what she has learned from them as well as lessons from her own life- family to DIY projects to student loan debt.

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