NOTE: This is not investing advice, nor should be taken as such. The Asset Allocation Spreadsheet is simply a tool for DIY rebalancing! After becoming Accidentally Retired, I was fed up with my Financial Advisor and decided to fire him. I was now a DIY investor! But there is one thing that every DIY Investor… Continue reading Rebalancing your Portfolio with an Asset Allocation Spreadsheet
Even though I haven’t written an article in nearly a month, I am pretty sure that I managed to un-retire myself… As many of you know, I bought a website back in October to generate some passive-ish income and to help battle sequence of return risk. Since the purchase, it has been a fast and… Continue reading Honey, I’ve un-retired!?!
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
Book Review, Summary, Highlights and Quotes from The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness by Morgan Housel For the last year or so, I’ve been hearing nothing but good things about The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel. Over, and over, and over, this book has taken the Personal Finance community by storm.… Continue reading The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel
Big outcomes don’t require as much effort as you think When you think about achieving a big outcome such as growing a $15M company, achieving financial independence, retiring early, writing a book, or getting in shape – you can’t help but think “this is going to take a lot of work.” You might even think… Continue reading It doesn’t take much…