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. Investing

    Buying a House After Bankruptcy? It Is Possible!

    Buying a house after bankruptcy is not impossible. It just takes time to repair your credit score and demonstrate you're a good risk for a mortgage.
  2. Retirement

    Are You Rich Enough to Retire in New Zealand?

    New Zealand is beautiful and welcoming to retirees – but only if they bring a healthy bank account. See how you measure up.
  3. Retirement

    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.
  4. Investing

    Why Real Estate Investors Need a Business Plan

    And how to write one that will serve as a road map to give you direction and motivate you to stay on track.
  5. Retirement

    Can You Afford to Retire in Singapore?

    It costs a lot. But many find the “Switzerland of Asia” well worth the expense.
  6. Taxes

    5 Signs It's Time to Hire an Estate Manager

    If managing multiple properties (or just one large estate) is taking up too much of your time, you can hire your way back to sanity.
  7. Retirement

    Can You Retire in Myanmar Yet?

    A stash of $200,000 could go a long way in Myanmar (Burma). But for now, it's a place for retirees to visit, not settle down.
  8. Investing

    Figuring What You Make On Rental Property (ROI)

    The return on investment can vary greatly, depending on how much of the building you own.
  9. Personal Finance

    How To Budget Your Trip To Australia

    Australia is expensive to reach from almost everywhere, so plan carefully so you can do all the exploring you've dreamed about.
  10. Retirement

    Retire in Argentina with $200,000 of Savings

    Argentina is affordable, cosmopolitan and has a good healthcare system. But beware of its high rate of inflation, which will eat into a fixed income.
  11. Personal Finance

    The 10 Most Expensive Cities For Expats

    Whether a job transfer, retirement or the desire to experience another culture is motivating you to move, you'll want to know which international cities are the costliest for Americans – and why
  12. Personal Finance

    The Cheapest Times To Fly To Las Vegas

    Ways to tilt the odds in your favor. One hint: Hot weather, cool prices.
  13. Personal Finance

    The Cheapest Times To Fly To Australia

    The time you go and how you book are the keys.
  14. Investing

    How Rental Property Depreciation Works

    It's a bit tricky, but a valuable tool to make your investment pay off.
  15. Taxes

    Why People Renounce Their U.S Citizenship

    It's an irrevocable act but, surprisingly, a growing number of Americans are giving up their citizenship, largely for tax reasons.
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