Simple Investing is The Best Kind of Investing

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

Building Your Ultimate Personal Finance Engine

Ever since I read Good to Great by Jim Collins, I’ve been fascinated and even a bit obsessed with The Flywheel Effect. In short, it is the perfect explainer for how you can achieve exponential growth personally, professionally, and in business. Each turn of the flywheel builds upon work done earlier, compounding your investment of… Continue reading Building Your Ultimate Personal Finance Engine

The Personal Financial Plan – a must have for anyone serious about their finances

How to write a Personal Finance Plan – full outline and real-life examples Updated: February 15th, 2022 No need to feel bad if you don’t have a plan – I’ve never had one until recently. In fact, it wasn’t until I found myself Accidentally Retired that I created one. But now that I look back,… Continue reading The Personal Financial Plan – a must have for anyone serious about their finances

Rebalancing your Portfolio with an Asset Allocation Spreadsheet

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

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