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This past Friday I helped ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Sorry I haven’t responded to those who emailed with questions… Here is a quick overview and some other trip photos. (I’m writing a more lengthy post for my other work blog which will drop this coming Friday! I’ll share the Read more about Some NYSE info and trip photos![…] The post Some NYSE info and trip photos! appeared first on 5am Joel.

Discussing the 4% rule and its implications on retirement. The post Understanding the 4% Rule appeared first on Time In the Market.

Some Easy Financial Wins for Holiday Shopping | brokeGIRLrich I think there’s a lot written about cutting back but not nearly enough written about just optimizing what you’re going to do anyway. When I first heard of the latte factor, and laughed hysterically at the idea of not buying tons of coffee while on tour, I did get a little obsessed about how you can get the best deal for what you’re going to buy […]

I stared at the question and tried to formulate an answer, but my mind was empty like my energy. The question was simple: Please tell us something about yourself, and why you are motivated to participate in a retreat at this time? I didn’t have an answer. I can write a children’s book about my life. But the other side of the question, why I’m interested in taking a vow of silence and meditation for […]

How to Create A Monthly Meal Planner Your Budget Will Love is a post originally published on: Everything Finance – Everything Finance – Its all about Money! Am I the only one that feels a bit unsettled when a bag of lettuce goes bad in the refrigerator? I just hate wasting food, but most importantly I hate the fact that I am throwing my hard-earned money in the garbage. What’s the secret? It starts with […]

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Hedge Funds are the gifts that keep on giving. Many endure chiefly to finance the purchase of some partner’s sixteenth mansion in Palm Beach. Come for the underwhelming performance and stay for the high fees. Source: Seakingalpha.com Further proving the adage, you get what you don’t pay for. Most pricey hedge funds don’t beat a low-cost portfolio comprising simple indices. Exceptions do exist, but good …The post The Worst $$$ Advice Ever appeared first on A Teachable Moment.

If you are like many people, your eyes glaze over as you fill up your gas tank. Even when gas prices are low, it still costs and arm and a leg to fill up your gas tank. You’ve probably wished you could get free gasoline, but thought that was impossible. But the reality is, it isn’t impossible. There are many free gas hacks you can use to save money on fuel ups. In this post, […]

I’ve made the case the best time to work may be during a pandemic. With fewer things to do, you might as well spend more time making more money. Further, if you are able to work from home, you could actually figure out a way to work less and still get paid in full! Since Read More… The post In Search For The 2-Hour Work Day While Getting Paid Full-Time appeared first on Financial Samurai.

We managed to keep our Christmas spending down to less than $450 and I was super proud of myself… until I read this stat: In 2018, the average American spent $511 on gifts and gift cards. (Source Fortunly.com) $511? I understand the average household doesn’t have 4 kids but $511 seems low. The article mentioned the average American spends $123 on their spouse and, on the years we buy gifts for each other, that’s about […]

The post Go City San Antonio Pass Review: Texas-Sized Savings appeared first on Club Thrifty. In this Go City San Antonio Pass review, we explain how the pass works and help you decide if it’s a good fit for your travel plans. If a trip to San Antonio is in the cards, you’re in a for a good time. Here you’ll find beautiful weather, delectable food, and some of the most interesting attractions in Texas. […]

Zacks Investment Research is one of the top investor resources available today. Not only is it relied on by thousands of investors, but it’s frequently quoted in the financial media. But even if you’ve heard of Zacks Investment Research, you may not be aware that Zacks also offers an investment trading platform. It’s called Zacks Trade, and not only does it have plenty of advanced trading tools, but it also gives you access to Zacks […]

Just because you’re 18 years old, it doesn’t mean you can’t find a high paying job. That’s what today’s post is all about! When you’re 18, you have plenty more jobs available to you than you would have at 16 or 17 years old. Sure, there are even many places that hire at 15, but… Continue… The post 25 Highest Paying Jobs for 18 Year Olds (with No Experience!) appeared first on MoneyPantry.com.

Ahh. The perfect gift! Is there really any such thing? We’ve all had the experience of receiving a gift that isn’t right for us. When you get a gift that’s far from perfect, you may be tempted to regift it. Today’s post will look at circumstances when regifting makes sense. And, I’ve got five simple regifting rules to make sure you don’t end up in a tricky situation. The post Regifting rules – When it […]