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. ETFs

    How Tax Treatments Of ETFs Work

    Here is a look at how ETFs are taxed and the effects of that tax treatment on investors.
  2. Real Estate

    Contingency Clauses In Home Purchase Contracts

    Here, we introduce widely used contingency clauses in home purchase contracts and how they can benefit both Buyers and Sellers.
  3. Retirement Living

    5 Best Cruise Lines for a Recent Retiree

    The best cruise lines plan everything for you โ€“ the food, the entertainment and the itinerary. But pick a line with a compatible program and people.
  4. Retirement Savings

    Know How a Reverse Mortgages Work?

    The basics of getting a reverse mortgage, with detailed information on how to qualify and what to watch out for.
  5. Real Estate

    Home Sale Contingencies: What Buyers And Sellers Need To ...

    Home sale contingencies protect buyers who want to sell one home before purchasing another. Find out what buyers and sellers need to know about these contractual conditions.
  6. Retirement Living

    The 10 Cheapest, Safest Retirement Countries in the World

    If you are looking to retire somewhere with a lower cost of living โ€“ and a peaceful environment โ€“ these 10 nations offer that magic combination.
  7. Retirement Savings

    What's the difference between an individual retirement account ...

    Both individual retirement accounts (IRA) and certificates of deposit (CD) are useful savings instruments, but they have distinct rules that make them better suited for particular situations.
  8. Retirement Living

    Retire in Thailand with $200,000 of Savings?

    How long would $200,000 in the bank last if you retired to Thailand? Pretty long, especially if you also get Social Security.
  9. Markets & Economy

    The 5 Cities Where $50K Goes Furthest

    If you are comparing cost of living to see where a $50,000 salary will stretch the furthest, these 5 cities are at the top of the list.
  10. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Easiest and Hardest Cities for Getting a Mortgage

    Since the housing market crash of 2007, tight credit has made it harder to finance a home. Here are the 5 easiest and hardest cities for getting a mortgage.
  11. Retirement Living

    Going Back to Vietnam to Retire: A How-to Guide

    Family ties to this Southeast Asian country may drive a desire to spend your retirement there. If so, here are several factors to consider as you plan.
  12. Retirement Living

    Retiring In Spain: 5 Best Cities For Expats

    Retirees seeking a rich cultural mix, temperate climate, low living costs, good healthcare, beaches and even skiing will find Spain an appealing option.
  13. Retirement Living

    Retire in Puerto Rico with $200,000 in Savings

    The climate, beaches and cost of living are a draw, but its economic challenges need to be factored into your decision.
  14. Retirement Savings

    At what age will I be eligible for the maximum Social Security ...

    The year you choose for collecting your social security will play a large part in determining how much money you'll receive each month.
  15. Retirement Living

    When Is it Time to Stop Saving for Retirement?

    Successful retirement planning demands lots of saving and smart money management. But once you retire, how do you transition from saver to spender?
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