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What caught my eye this week. Josh Brown is concerned. The financial advisor and TV pundit behind The Reformed Broker blog sees a new kind of fear and greed out there: The type of fear that now drives most market activity (because it drives most market participants) is something different than the fear we’ve been accustomed to from reading about history. I would label this type of fear Insecurity. The fear of being left behind […]

    Emerging markets are developing nation whose economy is becoming more engaged with global markets as it grows. Typically they are characterised by increasing market liquidity, trade volume and foreign inward investment. Examples the so-called BRIC nations — Brazil, Russia, India and China — and the likes of Mexico, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. So, should investors seek exposure to emerging markets? Or ar they just too risky? And if you do invest, are you […]

(This post may include some affiliate links) Check out this bonus episode of the podcast, where I’m sharing a free training that I recorded w/ Teri on Learning to Trade as a Side Hustle.   In it, you’ll learn:   More about Teri Ijeoma & how she transitioned from her 9-5 to full time entrepreneur and traveling the world How trading allowed Teri to buy her dream house in cash, reach Financial Independence and start […]

My Sweet Retirement Why Delfi Limited Share Price Fell Why Delfi Limited share price fell recently? Earlier this year in March, I did an analysis on Delfi Limited (SGX: P34). Back then, I entered into a small position with Delfi Limited. The share price has risen significantly since my purchase and I refrain from topping up since the dividend yield has grown unattractive. In […] Why Delfi Limited Share Price Fell My Sweet Retirement

Editor’s Note: If you are wondering what your taxes are going to look like as a single doctor, then this guest article today is for you. I recently took a deep dive into the finances of four imaginary but realistic physicians in A Tale of 4 Physicians 2021: The Impact of Lifestyle on Financial Independence. All are married and have total household salaries of $340,000. A reader chimed in: “What about us single primary care physicians?” […]

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We now have a new website for our flagship course: lectures on Goal-based portfolio management! You no longer need a Facebook account to view the videos! To mark the occasion, the course is now available at a 40% discount until  10 am, 1st Nov 2021. Course presentation: All the videos are available at freefincal.com  in… The post 40% discount to mark new website for Goal-based portfolio management course! appeared first on freefincal.

Inflation is a silent killer. It erodes the value of your money, and it makes you feel poorer and less secure in your retirement savings. While the Fed continued to harp that “inflation is transitory,” all of you are experiencing inflation in one form or another. The rise in inflation should not surprise long-time readers, as anticipated in our article on Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) published last year. Read the rest

By Dr. Erik Hofmeister, DVM, DACVAA, DECBAA, MA, MS, Guest Writer I have been reading this blog for several years. I read all of the blog posts and comments (except the whole life comment threads, because I don’t actually have infinite time) and just finished my second read-through. I am a veterinary academic and my wife is a pharmacy academic, and we are financially independent in our early 40s, largely thanks to Mr. Money Mustache […]

Investing in the stock market is one of the best ways to build long-term wealth. If you study any financially successful person in recent times, it’s likely that they have a lot of their money in investments. But, with so much information flying around in the financial world, what strategy should you follow that will produce the best long-term results? Should you invest in market lows / a bear-market, or wait until stocks are trending […]

With the third quarter of 2021 done and dusted, it’s about time I get stuck into another Portfolio update. Like Q2, the ASX 200, S&P 500 were both higher over the quarter, although only slightly thanks to September’s sell-off. Prior to September,  The ASX 200 capped off 11 straight months of gains during Q3. The […] The post Portfolio Update Q3, 2021 appeared first on The Money Pal.

THE S&P 500 STOCKS are up roughly 100% since March 2020’s market low. I’m 100% clueless about how much longer this remarkable run will last. But I’m 100% confident that, when the next downturn comes, many investors will rush for the exit, fearful that their stock holdings will soon be worth little or nothing. Which brings me to one of the most important investment concepts: intrinsic value. No, intrinsic value isn’t a simple notion and, […]

NOW THAT I’M RETIRED, I use two metrics whenever I’m faced with opportunities that require an investment of time or money. First, there’s ROTI, or return on time invested. I use this metric to determine if something is worth my time. I want to invest the bulk of my time in things that’ll make me happy. Some examples of high-return time investments are: Seeing family and friends Going on new adventures Making new friends Starting […]

Stocks that are low right now — three dividend paying stocks that are trading around fair value or less. I am not a licensed investment advisor and this article is not investment advice. This post may contain affiliate links. It has been a fantastic year for the stock market.  As of the close on October … The post Stocks That Are Low Right Now — 3 Dividend Stocks Trading At Fair Value Or Less appeared […]