Highlights and Quotes from The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle Love, love, love, love. If you are wanting to read just ONE book about investing, this should be it: The Little Book of Common Sense Investing, by John C. Bogle Admittedly I have not read THAT many investing books over the… Continue reading Book Review | The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle
The false logic of my stock picking and play portfolio Late last year, after spending a significant amount of time talking with fiduciaries and reading The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by John C. Bogle, I fired my financial advisor, and took over my investments. My mini-retirement had finally given me the time to… Continue reading Betting on a player. Betting on a team. Betting on a league.
I ran a successful business for 10 years, until I Accidentally Retired. Then, I managed to somehow, sort of, retire early. But the honest truth is that, I am no expert. I am no expert in finance. I am no expert in business. I am not an expert software engineer. I am not an expert… Continue reading I am no expert
I fired my financial advisor, only to find that I now own my own a mutual fund of 80 stocks. So if you were wondering what happens if you stick your head in the sand. Now you know. This is what happens when you hire a financial advisor, trusting that person without delving into how… Continue reading Do I own my own mutual fund?
Bogleheads should consider a long-term investment in cryptocurrency I know that many hardcore Bogleheads will be completely against cryptocurrency investments. After all, why take on the additional risk to your portfolio when you can simply invest in Total Stock Market Indices and keep your costs low? But, if you look at the actual Bogleheads philosophy,… Continue reading Bitcoin for Bogleheads? Bogleheads should consider a long-term investment in cryptocurrency