From a broad standpoint and view by stepping back and looking at the forest there are three broad investment strategies. The long investment, medium investment and short investment strategies.Continue reading “Investment Strategies”
I recently read a post on the small investor’s site about why you should not max out your 401K. The article stated that if you make under 100K you should not max out your 401K because you will not have enough money to fund a decent emergency fund, contribute to an HSA and fund a 529 college savings plan for your children. Continue reading “When Not To Max Out Your 401K”
I know cryptocurrency is a very controversial topic to discuss as it pertains to investing. It seems to have been embraced more by the millennial and younger generations and shunned by generation X and older. Some would even dare to say it has no right to be discussed in the same light with financial independence, but as I discussed in my pervious post on investment strategies, I believe that 5 – 10% of your portfolio should be in risky assets of your choosing.Continue reading “Cryptocurrency For The FIRE Minded Investor”
Micro Investing is a great way to gain exposure to the stock market with as little as $1. Options for micro investing include acorn, stash, stockpile, M1 Finance and many more. You can use these websites and applications to invest in individual stocks or ETF’s. Some charge fees as little as 1- 2$ a month or a percentage of your portfolio and others like M1 Finance currently have no fees, but they do offer other products that they use to make money like loans and high interest rate savings and checking accounts.Continue reading “The Perils of Micro Investing”
What is the FIRE movement all about. It stands for “Financial Independence Retire Early” and it has a strong following called the fire community. Now I’m going to dive into what the FIRE movement isn’t by discussing Suze Orman’s interview with Paula Pant of the afford anything podcast
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