Jean Folger

Jean Folger is a technical analyst and system researcher with PowerZone Trading, author of the award-winning book Make Money Trading: How to Build a Winning Trading Business, and a private trader specializing in the e-mini markets. Jean is an affiliate of the Market Technicians Association, a regular contributor to Futures magazine and was previously a real estate broker.

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  1. Budgeting

    Flights To The U.S.: Which Airports Are Cheapest?

    Which airports offer the biggest bargains on trips to the States? The short answer: There's no one cheapest airport. It depends on where you fly from.
  2. Personal Finance

    How To Buy A Beach Condo In The Philippines

    Foreigners can't buy land in the Philippines – but they can buy condos. Here's how to get one at the beach.
  3. Retirement

    Is $200,000 Enough To Retire In The Philippines?

    How long would $200,000 in savings last if you retired in the Philippines? Longer than in most countries, especially if you add in Social Security.
  4. Personal Finance

    The Cheapest Times To Fly To New York City

    Summer is the costliest season to travel to the Big Apple from abroad. You'll save money in the colder months, as long as you avoid the holidays.
  5. Personal Finance

    When Is It Cheaper To Fly To Europe?

    When can you fly to Europe for the lowest fares? Hint: You'll need gloves and a scarf.
  6. Personal Finance

    The Cheapest Times To Fly To Hawaii

    What's the best way to save money on flying to Hawaii?
  7. Taxes

    Is It Smart To Get Dual Citizenship?

    Does it ever make sense to be a citizen of the U.S. and somewhere else? Yes, so you can work minus a visa – not so much, if you get drafted into the army.
  8. Fundamental Analysis

    Track Investments: 5 Top Portfolio Management Apps

    Use one of these mobile apps to track your investments, test your choices and get personalized advice for maximizing your returns.
  9. Personal Finance

    Asia's Safest (And Not That Costly) Countries

    Even Asia's safest countries are affordable, at least compared to New York City. The bargain is Malaysia, though tourists should avoid certain regions.
  10. Personal Finance

    Budget Travel: Europe's Cheapest Countries

    Even with a strong dollar, Europe is pricey. Head east and you'll find four EU countries that deliver scenery, adventures and culture at bargain rates.
  11. Personal Finance

    How Safe Is Traveling To Colombia?

    Colombia was a violent country in the 1980s and 1990s. Is it now safe for tourists to visit its mountains, beaches and lush jungle, and explore its ruins?
  12. Personal Finance

    Visiting Las Vegas? 5 Money Saving Tips

    What "stays in Vegas" shouldn't include more of your money than necessary. Some ways to keep your Vegas budget within limits; the rest is up to you.
  13. Taxes

    Getting U.S. Tax Deductions On Foreign Real Estate

    If your home or second home is not in the United States, you can still get U.S. tax deductions. How many and what kind depends on whether you also rent it.
  14. Savings

    Which Are The Best Credit Cards To Take To China?

    Credit cards are now much more widely accepted in China – and one issuer leads the pack, due to its deal with China UnionPay, the Chinese bankcard network.
  15. Trading Systems & Software

    What Is A Trader's Worst Nightmare?

    A little preparation will make sure you protect your trading space from everyday
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