Monthly Archive: February 2017

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What’s a realistic return expectation?

The market is unpredictable, that much is obvious. The Dow Jones literally fell over 50% during the housing crisis but then rebounded with returns near 40% the year after. Regardless of what the market...

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The $50,000 Man.

Well, I have some good news! Turns out my strategy really works. No bullshit. And it’s free! What could be better? Saving a bunch and investing it all has done me well, especially in...

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Opportunity Costs

We are back baby! I was pretty scared there for a minute, but everything has been all cleaned up and I’m ready to start posting again. Just goes to show how much trust is...

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Be happy

What’s the point of life?   Getting heavy here today, strap in.   At a biological level, it’s reproduction. Simply put, we’re here to make more humans. But for me anyway, this crucially important...

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I f*****g hate ads

So I decided to put them on my site (: These ads don’t pay much. Hardly anything at all, really. But like other things, I want to try it as a bit of an...

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$1000 to delete your Facebook

Mark Zuckerburg. The founder of Facebook and one of the richest men in the world. Snapchat. A mobile app that sends self-deleting pictures to your friends which is soon to have a massive IPO,...

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Dividend Investing

So I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again but you should not be picking stocks. If you need some logical reasoning to stop yourself go read A Random Walk Down Wall Street,...

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How does financial independence work anyway?

If you’ve managed to find your way to this site, then I’m fairly confident you’re at least familiar with the topic of financial independence. If not, no problem. FI can look different to everyone,...

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Talk Money to me

Disclaimer; there are some adult words sprinkled throughout, as I’ve used in other posts. The reason I use them is because it’s how I think/talk/write and the way I can be most honest and...