This post is part of the “How to invest money“ put together by Wall St. Nerd. Many times over the years in business and now in investing, I have come back to one simple acronym that we all know: KISS or Keep It Simple Stupid. Too often you can get lost in the weeds at… Continue reading Simple Investing is The Best Kind of Investing
Early retirement without a plan, eventually needs a plan. When you end up Accidentally Retired at 36, you obviously have done many things right. Even so, I was caught off guard in terms of properly planning for an early retirement. My plan was to take a mini-retirement and figure out what I’d like to do… Continue reading How I planned my early retirement withdrawal strategy after I Accidentally Retired without a plan
Track your crypto investments using Personal Capital As many of you know, even though I am a Boglehead, I believe in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. As such, I have allocated a small part of our investments to Ethereum and Bitcoin. However, as an avid Personal Capital user, it was frustrating that I could not easily… Continue reading How to set up Personal Capital to track your crypto investments
Visualize failure – the best way to prepare for anything. Imagine this financial independence worst-case-scenario: You have just reached FI. Your net worth has crossed your magic number and you are finally able to cover 25x your annual expenses.You are financially independent and you now plan to work one more year to pad your FI.… Continue reading Are you prepared for your financial failure?