Why I don’t talk about investing much

If you happen upon my site or even my twitter account, you’d probably notice that I don’t really talk about investing all that much. The truth is that while I am fascinated by investing, I just don’t have to think about it much. I created a financial plan late last year, and I am sticking… Continue reading Why I don’t talk about investing much

Don’t forget to indulge and enjoy life along the way to FI

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Indulge the things that make you happy, then ruthlessly cut the rest Updated: November 22nd, 2021 As I write this post, I want to acknowledge that the life I live is one of privilege. I have never had to struggle to put food on the table, find a job, pay the bills, etc. I am… Continue reading Don’t forget to indulge and enjoy life along the way to FI

The magic of a one-time partial mortgage payment: your net worth increases

Should you pay down your mortgage and live debt free or invest? There is an even better option with a one-time partial payment. Updated – November 12th, 2021 That is the age old question that many ask themselves. When interest rates are lower than investment returns, it always will mathematically make sense to invest over… Continue reading The magic of a one-time partial mortgage payment: your net worth increases

Cash is King – and the Queen, Jack, and definitely the Joker

Cash remains King With short term inflation impacting our lives in so many ways, I’ve seen a number of people bashing cash. And yet, in my mind, cash remains King. Cash gives you flexibility. You can zig, when others zag. You can zag, when others zig. Cash is freedom – and that is why cash… Continue reading Cash is King – and the Queen, Jack, and definitely the Joker