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Latest Forum PostsChasePosted on 2015-09-01 15:45:05 by FrugalFran
My husband and I travel and move quite a bit because of his job, so we started banking with Chase over seven years ago thinking it would be our best bet for finding branches in the various places we go. Since then, we have traveled to more places than I can count and have moved three times and there has never been a Chase branch within a reasonable distance. As for the customer service we've experienced, it's been just okay; nothing ter...Walmart Store to MasterardPosted on 2015-08-30 03:15:22 by rsty99
Walmart just mailed me that I have been upgraded to the Walmart MasterCard from the Walmart Store card. I didn't request this and they do offer if I don't want the upgrade to call and say I want to stay with the store card. I am taking the conversion.Re: Time to be very carefulPosted on 2015-08-28 12:09:37 by FrankN
Oil has rebounded quite a bit over the last 2 days. I think it is a temporary jump and will go back down to around $40. What does everyone else think?Re: Personal loanPosted on 2015-08-26 08:01:17 by FrankN
What is the personal loan for? Also do you know what the value of your car is?Re: Time to be very carefulPosted on 2015-08-26 07:59:21 by FrankN
Each persons case and risk toleration is different and unique. There is no correct portfolio. The key questions to ask are what is your time horizon and what is your appetite to take risk. If a person has a willingness to take some risk and is investing for retirement, I would recommend to allocate some portion of your portfolio in stocks. The volatility is higher, but the returns compensate you in the long term. Ideally you want ...