Stock Market

I Told You So

Back in late February (which now feels like a lifetime ago), a colleague and I were chatting about the stock market. The S&P had just gone down through the 3,000 mark. The said colleague, who happens to be a very thoughtful person, mentioned that […]

Investing mistakes
Financial Independence

The Most Expensive Mistake You Can Make

Not too long ago, I was scrolling through Instagram when I stumbled across an interesting chart. The author of the post was making the point that the amount of money you should save/invest is really a function of two things: Your investment goals (i.e. […]

Personal Development

How To Create Something From Nothing

Between a person’s first and last name, the name of their employer, and a little LinkedIn sleuthing, it doesn’t take a genius to come up with an email address for anyone in the world. In theory, that means getting into anyone’s inbox, from the […]

Guaranteed way to get rich
Financial Independence

A Guaranteed Way To Get Rich

Back in my teenage days, the only real way to get some quality information was to shlep over to the library. Yes, we did have internet back then (I’m not THAT old), but it was still nascent, slow, and frankly, there wasn’t much quality […]

Stock Market

A Magic Money Making Machine

If one were to distill the most contentious question in stock market investing, it would boil down to this: “What is a reasonable expectation for stock market returns going forward?” Your take on the question above impacts a multitude of things. First and foremost, […]